Storia Naturale Generale E Particolare Per Servire Di Seguito Alla Storia Degli Animali Quadrupedi Del Sig Conte De Buffon Supplemento Tomo 1 2

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Lexicon Hebraico Chaldaico Latino Biblicum

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Dissertazione Istorico Politica E Legale Sopra La Natura E Qualit Delle Citt Di Piacenza E Parma

Author: Francesco Maria Nicoli
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Ammiani Marcellini Rerum Gestarum Qui De Xxxi Supersunt Libri Xviii Ope Mss Codicum Emendati Ab Frederico Lindenbrogio Henrico Hadrianoque Valesiis Cum Eorundem Integris Observationibus Annotationibus Item Exerpta Vetera De Gestis Constantini Regum Italiae Omnia Nunc Recognita Ab Jacobo Gronovio Qui Suas Quoque Notas Passim Inseruit Et Ant Nummis Ac Figuris Exornari Cur

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Sermones De Tempore

Author: Jacques de Voragine
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Embracing The Wide Sky

Author: Daniel Tammet
Editor: Simon and Schuster
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A tour of brain science and the latest understandings about the human mind explores the disparity between the brain's seemingly endless capacity and its tendency to fail at even simple tasks, in an account by a famous autistic savant that incorporates elements of his own story. Reprint.

Spiritual Roots Of Human Relations

Author: Stephen R. Covey
Editor: Shadow Mountain
ISBN: 9780875797052
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The Spiritual Roots Of Restorative Justice

Author: Michael L. Hadley
Editor: SUNY Press
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Explores the concept of Restorative Justice in diverse spiritual traditions.

Angel Children Those Who Die Before Accountability

Author: Mary V. Hill
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Angel Children is a careful presentation of Latter-day Saint doctrine concerning the status of children who pass away before being baptized. It is a compassionate book which brings comfort and consolation through increased understanding to those who read it. the author, Mary V Hill, lost her own child and shares the emotions she felt during that trying period. She deals with aspects of religious life when serious illness develops: effective prayer, faith and healing, priesthood administration, man's appointed time to die, and one's attitude towards death. the subject then shifts to the status of little children after their passing. She shows how little children need no baptism, that they are heirs of the Celestial Kingdom, and that they are redeemed from the temptations of Satan. Life in the Spirit World is discussed, then the resurrection and the status of children following the resurrection is considered. Another chapter is devoted to the status of retarded children here on earth. the author shows that the eternal spirit of a retarded child is not affected by the illness and discusses the eternal plan for such children. Great comfort is found in the final chapter: Overcoming the Challenge. the author tells of the necessity for having a positive attitude, mourning and being comforted, and ends with the reassurance that after much tribulation come the blessings. Angel Children is readable and inspirational. It is also a valuable collection of doctrinal materials on this important subject, including the scriptures and words of instruction and counsel by General Authorities of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Horizon Publishers is pleased to recommend it highly!

Self Help Inc

Author: Micki McGee
Editor: Oxford University Press on Demand
ISBN: 0195171241
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Why doesn't self-help help? Millions of people turn to self-improvement when they find that their lives aren't working out quite as they had imagined. The market for self-improvement products - books, audiotapes, life-makeover seminars and regimens of all kinds - is exploding, and there seems to be no end in sight for this trend. In "Self-Help, Inc.: Makeover Culture in American Life", cultural critic Micki McGee asks what our seemingly insatiable demand for self-help can tell us about ourselves at the outset of this new century. The answers are surprising. Rather than finding an America that is narcissistic or self-involved, as others have contended, McGee sees a nation relying on self-help culture for advice on how to cope in an increasingly volatile and competitive work world. For Americans today, a central component of working has become working on themselves. "Be all one can be," they are told. Build your own personal brand. As women have entered the paid labor force in growing numbers, the Protestant work ethic has been augmented by a Romantic imperative that one create a vision - a script - for one's life.; More and more, Americans are compelled to regard themselves in effect as "human capital." No longer simply an enterprising or entrepreneurial individual, the new worker is the artist and the artwork, the "CEO of Me, Inc.," in Tom Peters' memorable phrase, and the central product line. "Self-Help, Inc." reveals how makeover culture traps Americans in endless cycles of self-invention and overwork as they struggle to stay ahead of a rapidly restructuring economic order. A lucid and fascinating treatment of the modern obsession with work and self-improvement, this book will strike a chord with its diagnosis of the self-help trap and with its suggestions for how we can address the alienating conditions of modern work and family life.