Poems On Values To Succeed Worldwide In Life Good Friends

Author: O. K. Fatai
Editor: Osaiasi Koliniusi Fatai
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Who we have as friends will have a great impact in our journey towards success. The people surrounding us are the ones who will support, encourage and help us to achieve success. This book has simple and insightful poetic reflection on why good friends are important in our quest for success.

Poems On Values To Succeed Worldwide In Life

Author: O. K. Fatai
Editor: Osaiasi Koliniusi Fatai
ISBN: 9780473486617
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We love to have lives that are successful according to our individual understand of what success means to us. In this world it is equally important to have goals that are in harmony with nature as this is really the way to go nowadays. This book contains poetic reflections simple and insightful on harmony with nature.

Poems On Values To Succeed Worldwide In Life Understanding And Wisdom

Author: O. K. Fatai
Editor: Osaiasi Koliniusi Fatai
ISBN: 9780995121300
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We need understanding and wisdom that helps us to achieve a successful life. This book contains insightful and powerful poetic reflections that gives different views about understanding and wisdom and why they are important for us to have them.

Poems On Values To Succeed Worldwide In Life Justice

Author: O. K. Fatai
Editor: Osaiasi Koliniusi Fatai
ISBN: 9780473468064
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Success in life means a lot to us. We may wonder what does justice has to do with success? This book contains simple but insightful poetic reflections that shows why justice is important in our journey. It is an easy to read book with lots of shining lights for your journey towards success.

Poetry Of Arctic And Life Experiences

Author: Edward Collinson
Editor: Trafford Publishing
ISBN: 1553956362
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As a child, I could not understand why the children got punished because their parents were going through hard times. It was the child that got the blame for the wrongs of the adult. The child was put into homes that needed workers to help on the farms and they were placed their by the Children's Aid. The family was split up so there was no one to play with and in the end the games were played in the ones own mind. My poem, "I Walk Alone" reflects on my pains as a child experiencing difficult times in foster homes and being separated from my family. When I grew older, to confirm to myself that I had become a man and that I could live on my own, I joined the Canadian Armed Forces. I suppose at the same time, I was looking for friendship. But to tell you the truth, I have never been able to experience a lifetime friendship. I have kept in touch with one army friend, but you could not call it close friends as he did not extend the same willingness to carry on our friendship. This isolation shows up in many of my poems, such as "To Walk in Memories". The abuse caused by the welfare is one of my most heart felt poems as when I retired. The hard time they gave me in trying to get financial assistance for me and my grandchild was a paltry $116/month. This financial difficulty cumulated with the frustration of not been able to work for a living, gave me the anger inside that inspired me to write poetry for this book.I am not a story writer. I did it in poetry because it seems easier for me to express my thoughts in short writings. There are several poems that relate to the challenges I faced with welfare, "Welfare Pay Day" is one such poem. Religion is another hard subject for me as it creates a lot of contradictions both in reading it and listening to someone preaching it."Blame It on My Brother" and "What is Sin?" are two poems that express my thoughts on the ambiguity of religion. In our society we have courts and corruption of courts; they call this law? In "Rule by Elders", I write:"One word in law becomes a book, and in the end the meaning mistook." The drunkenness of judges and lawyers up here was pretty bad. They have tried to clean some of it up but what of the lives they ruined when the were drunk in the court rooms themselves? There is no law when you say to the First Nations that you are under apartheid, which the Indian Act is, but we call it equality. The Indian Act is one law that we cannot have in our society. We cannot have equality when the laws are different for different groups of people. They say it is because of the government. But to my mind, that is even worse as they are the ones that are supposed to make society equal. I have done many years hunting and trapping up here in the Arctic. We had wide open trap lines but you respected the other person's line. If another trapper was on a certain line first, you made your line some place else. Most of us just got enough fur to support our families. It was the white-man that thought himself one step higher and in the end destroyed the life in the bush for both himself and the natives. I have several poems on my life in the bush, for example, "The Hunter".

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Success From Being Mad

Author: Veteran Col RS Sidhu
Editor: Notion Press
ISBN: 1649517068
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Armed Forces Veterans crack entrepreneur success code! Success From Being Mad is about ten Karma Yogi Mad Veterans of the Indian armed forces who have roaringly explored the uncharted terrain on the entrepreneur street. Is there a method in their madness, the strategy they adopted, availability of a support structure, a common formula for success achieved… Or is it just that Mad Vet sixth sense of a lifetime which they earlier trusted their life with and are now willing to bet on commercially? The book explores all of this and more. You have to be crazy living atop a pile of kerosene-filled jerry cans, placed above ammunition stacks, at heights over 20,000 feet…You have to be mad driving a 40-ton tracked monster, in the dead of a pitch-dark night, with all headlights off… You have to be mad to bet your life savings in undertaking entrepreneur ventures, you have no expertise in or knowledge of, at middle age, and come out roaring with success.

Princeton Encyclopaedia Of Poetry And Poetics

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Good Literature

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Poetry In America

Author: Bernard I. Duffey
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New Outlook

Author: Alfred Emanuel Smith
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Dissertation Abstracts International

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International Cyclopaedia

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The New International Encyclop Dia

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Small Press

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The New International Encyclop Dia

Author: Frank Moore Colby
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Br Cke

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International Textiles

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Desiderata

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Congressional Record

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The Congressional Record is the official record of the proceedings and debates of the United States Congress. It is published daily when Congress is in session. The Congressional Record began publication in 1873. Debates for sessions prior to 1873 are recorded in The Debates and Proceedings in the Congress of the United States (1789-1824), the Register of Debates in Congress (1824-1837), and the Congressional Globe (1833-1873)