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📒What Would I Give ✍ Sue Carroll
📝What Would I Give Book Synopsis : This book is an eclectic mixture of poems including haiku, cinquains and sonnets as well as more traditional styles of poetry. What is in my mind goes onto the page. Many of the poems are drawn from experience, some mine, some other peoples. The remainder are the product of an over - active imagination.
📒What Can I Give ✍ Srijan Pal Singh
📝What Can I Give Book Synopsis : A book in memory of the country’s most loved teacher. Dr Kalam is often remembered as a teacher par excellence, whose words, thoughts and very life were lessons in many ways. This book is dedicated by his student Srijan Pal Singh, who worked closely with him, right till the last day of his life. Recollecting his mentor’s values, oaths and messages to the youth, Srijan beautifully shares the lessons Dr Kalam taught beyond the classroom. A peek into his daily routine, travels, reflections on various national and international issues, anecdotes and quips, this book helps readers get up-close and personal with the greatest Indian of contemporary times. Featuring many little-known stories and never-before-seen photographs, as well as certain expressions that were classic Dr Kalam, this heart-warming memoir will inspire and enlighten, immortalizing the words and actions of a beloved leader.
📝Why Should I Give a about Quality Understanding and Profiting From the Customer Led Quality Revolution Book Synopsis : In today's world of social media, instant communication and the desire to share opinions (good and bad), your customers are more powerful than ever and holding on to them is becoming more difficult. A revolution is underway. If your organisation is ready to take advantage of the opportunities this revolution offers, then this guide is for you. Authors Ian and Sheila Purdy show that everything that you and your staff do can have a positive effect on your customers' experiences and perceptions of your organisation. They present straightforward ideas for building the voice of your customers into your processes and creating an environment in which quality is everyone's business. Presenting a pragmatic approach, this guide will help your organisation refocus its quality system and so profit from this customer-led quality revolution.
📒The 10 Greatest Gifts I Give My Children ✍ Steven W. Vannoy
📝The 10 Greatest Gifts I Give My Children Book Synopsis : Offers advice for parents on creating better relationships with children and a harmonious family atmosphere with self-esteem, balance, humor, communication, integrity, responsibility, conscious choice, and full expression of emotions.
📒Lord I Give You This Day ✍ Kay Arthur
📝Lord I Give You This Day Book Synopsis : Do you long for intimate communion with God? Are you tired of struggling through life? Are you eager to experience the abundant life offered by Jesus? Discover the Joy of Taking God at His Word! In this power-packed daily devotional, Kay Arthur beckons you to a deeper relationship with God, helping you discover for yourself the life-changing power of His unshakeable love. As each brief reading draws you into the Bible and leads you into purposeful prayer, you’ll be equipped to greet each day with bold faith, confident in God’s faithfulness, strength, and transforming grace. Discover the joy and peace that come with daily surrender, with joyfully declaring each morning: Lord, I Give You This Day! From the Hardcover edition.
📒Camerado I Give You My Hand ✍ Maura Poston Zagrans
📝Camerado I Give You My Hand Book Synopsis : For many years Dr. David T. Link helped young men and women prepare to become lawyers. After his wife died, and at a time in his life when most people retire, Dr. Link felt called to serve the Church and to aid the men that his profession normally put behind bars, ministering healing and forgiveness to murderers, thieves, and what many would call the least of society. This is a book about the value of human life, and about the transformative power of friendship and compassion. Meeting Father Dave gives us hope that one person can make a difference and, through successive reinterpretations of his own life's purpose, he makes the case for adding our own unique gifts to help the least of these, our brothers and sisters from all walks of life. "Song of the Open Road" by Walt Whitman Camerado, I give you my hand! I give you my love more precious than money, I give you myself before preaching or law; Will you give me yourself? will you come travel with me? Shall we stick by each other as long as we live?
📒Why Does Tragedy Give Pleasure ✍ A. D. Nuttall
📝Why Does Tragedy Give Pleasure Book Synopsis : Why does tragedy give pleasure? Why do people who are neither wicked nor depraved enjoy watching plays about suffering or death? Is it because we see horrific matter controlled by majestic art? Or because tragedy actually reaches out to the dark side of human nature? A. D. Nuttall's wide-ranging, lively and engaging book offers a new answer to this perennial question. The 'classical' answer to the question is rooted in Aristotle and rests on the unreality of the tragic presentation: no one really dies; we are free to enjoy watching potentially horrible events controlled and disposed in majestic sequence by art. In the nineteenth century, Nietzsche dared to suggest that Greek tragedy is involved with darkness and unreason and Freud asserted that we are all, at the unconscious level, quite wicked enough to rejoice in death. But the problem persists: how can the conscious mind assent to such enjoyment? Strenuous bodily exercise is pleasurable. Could we, when we respond to a tragedy, be exercising our emotions, preparing for real grief and fear? King Lear actually destroys an expected majestic sequence. Might the pleasure of tragedy have more to do with possible truth than with 'splendid evasion'?
📒What Will A Man Give In Exchange For His Soul ✍ George D. Johnson
📝What Will A Man Give In Exchange For His Soul Book Synopsis : George D. Johnson’s What Will A Man Give In Exchange For His Soul? is an extensive study of men and women who gave their lives to Christ for the sake of others. Men have exchanged their souls for much power, wealth, and success. When the envious Pharisees asked Christ which was the greatest commandment in the law, in essence, he told them that loving God and their fellow man are the only two laws for which men can exchange their souls. Anything apart from this means they will fall short of God’s expectations. And Johnson’s sophisticated treatise illustrates this fact.
📒I Give A Damn ✍ Orlando Constantine
📝I Give a Damn Book Synopsis : This booklet is simply a further abridge form of the book, ?Angels, Let?s Talk,? which was collection of blog posts from the blog ?Dew (due) From Heaven: Light 2 U Blog.? For as asked on the back cover of that book ?Why are you angels here, where are you coming from and do you give a ?damn? where you are going!? So those who believe give a damn and would declare ?I Give A Damn.? Or, I believe, I care, I as an angel want to be saved. How? Where? Why? I believe and I want to receive. That sincere rhetoric of an angel is coined in this verses, "I believe; help thou mine unbelief" (Mark 9:24). This booklet intends to identify those key areas of that book and those posts, but that book is also a must read for development. Thanks and God bless.
📒A Laugh A Day Will Keep The Doctor Away ✍ Jack V. Grazi
📝A Laugh a Day Will Keep the Doctor Away Book Synopsis :