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Let Me Hold You Longer

Kingsbury Karen
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Most of us faithfully remember and capture out children's "firsts." Karen encourage readers to try recognise and savor the often- fleeting "lasts"-- those milestone that so easily go unrecorded...

Help:My Child is Hooked on Video Games

Maier Bill Dr.
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Video games are an increasingly influential part of our culture. This growing trend has some parents frustrated as they try to balance the time their children spend playing games and the influence those games have over them...

Garment of Love

Simmons, Peb
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"When Peb Simmons wrote the biography of her mother, New Zealand sculptor Ria Bancroft, she chose the title "No Ordinary Woman." This autobiography tells the story of an extraordinary life. It is well-written, intimate and honest.... The Garment of love is a spiritual gift to all who read it." Pauline O'Regan RSM..

Reaching Out For Joy

Amsberry Father John
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You are familiar St. Paul's writings, correct? Sometimes one line can become very long and convoluted and even turn almost a whole chapter of a book. He would not get an "A" for grammar. But, in some ways I say, "So what? Big deal. He does not have to be perfect." Some say he wrote in the imperfect manner that he did because he was so full of grace that it was uncontainable and spilling out all over the place. Welling up with grace and words and light and life, St. Paul just filled the page as God rushed forth! And that is the way I would like you to look at this book. It is not perfect but neither am I. This book is about a perfectly loving God coming to save a sinner like me and you. It is about God rushing in with his grace and words and light and life to create this book, however imperfect it might be. So, I pray that God will be uncontainable in you and you will not worry so much about having perfect presentation and grammar in your life. You do not have to have your house in or..

My Grandfather's Blessings

Remen Rachel Naomi, M.D.
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In My Grandfather's Blessings, Rachel Naomi Remen, a cancer physician and master storyteller, uses her luminous stories to remind us of the power of our kindness and the joy of being alive. Dr. Remen's grandfather, an orthodox rabbi and scholar of the Kabbalah, saw life as a web of connection and knew that everyone belonged to him, and that he belonged to everyone. He taught her that blessing one another is what fills our emptiness, heals our loneliness, and connects us more deeply to life. Life has given us many more blessings than we have allowed ourselves to receive. My Grandfather's Blessings is about how we can recognize and receive our blessings and bless the life in others. Serving others heals us. Through our service we will discover our own wholeness—and the way to restore hidden wholeness in the world...
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