CHOOSING TO SEE

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Choosing To See

Author : Mary Beth Chapman
ISBN : 1441213570
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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I've told my kids for years that God doesn't make mistakes," writes Mary Beth Chapman, wife of Grammy award winning recording artist Steven Curtis Chapman. "Would I believe it now, when my whole world as I knew it came to an end?" Covering her courtship and marriage to Steven Curtis Chapman, struggles for emotional balance, and living with grief, Mary Beth's story is our story--wondering where God is when the worst happens. In Choosing to SEE, she shows how she wrestles with God even as she has allowed him to write her story--both during times of happiness and those of tragedy. Readers will hear firsthand about the loss of her daughter, the struggle to heal, and the unexpected path God has placed her on. Even as difficult as life can be, Mary Beth Chapman Chooses to SEE. Includes a 16-page full color photo insert.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Welcome The Rain

Author : Michelle Sedas
ISBN : 1885228872
Genre : Conduct of life
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Category: Conduct of life

Choosing Truth

Author : Harriette Cole
ISBN : 9780684873114
Genre : Self-Help
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Offers advice on how to live an authentic life while overcoming self-delusion, citing the importance of being true to oneself as part of experiencing satisfying relationships, careers, and spiritual lives.
Category: Self-Help

Choosing Not To Choose

Author : Cass R. Sunstein
ISBN : 9780190231712
Genre : Law
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Our ability to make choices is fundamental to our sense of ourselves as human beings, and essential to the political values of freedom-protecting nations. Whom we love; where we work; how we spend our time; what we buy; such choices define us in the eyes of ourselves and others, and much blood and ink has been spilt to establish and protect our rights to make them freely. Choice can also be a burden. Our cognitive capacity to research and make the best decisions is limited, so every active choice comes at a cost. In modern life the requirement to make active choices can often be overwhelming. So, across broad areas of our lives, from health plans to energy suppliers, many of us choose not to choose. By following our default options, we save ourselves the costs of making active choices. By setting those options, governments and corporations dictate the outcomes for when we decide by default. This is among the most significant ways in which they effect social change, yet we are just beginning to understand the power and impact of default rules. Many central questions remain unanswered: When should governments set such defaults, and when should they insist on active choices? How should such defaults be made? What makes some defaults successful while others fail? Cass R. Sunstein has long been at the forefront of developing public policy and regulation to use government power to encourage people to make better decisions. In this major new book, Choosing Not to Choose, he presents his most complete argument yet for how we should understand the value of choice, and when and how we should enable people to choose not to choose. The onset of big data gives corporations and governments the power to make ever more sophisticated decisions on our behalf, defaulting us to buy the goods we predictably want, or vote for the parties and policies we predictably support. As consumers we are starting to embrace the benefits this can bring. But should we? What will be the long-term effects of limiting our active choices on our agency? And can such personalized defaults be imported from the marketplace to politics and the law? Confronting the challenging future of data-driven decision-making, Sunstein presents a manifesto for how personalized defaults should be used to enhance, rather than restrict, our freedom and well-being.
Category: Law

Rivers Of Living Water

Author : Charlene S. Hughes
ISBN : 9781490852911
Genre : Religion
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Author Charlene Hughes gives the reader glimpses into God’s heart through her journal entries and Scripture meditations. This daily devotional will inspire and encourage you to draw closer to God. Wherever you are in your journey to know Him, discover within these pages what is meant to be the greatest adventure of your life!
Category: Religion

The Way I See It

Author : Grace Guthrie
ISBN : 9781449776862
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
File Size : 35.18 MB
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What is reality? Is everything we see around us only an illusion? What does it mean to be created in God’s image? Can anyone hope to have a relationship with the creator of the universe? Is your faith really authentic? These are questions we ask ourselves as we try make sense of our time on this Earth, and The Way I See It answers all of them! Step inside these pages and participate in a startling journey full of dreams, visions, and insights that range from the simple to the extraordinary, examining answers to the age-old questions that have intrigued mankind throughout its history.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Moving Meditation

Author : Mary Jo Ricketson
ISBN : 9781449724672
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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We all have within us a potential to experience optimal well-being of mind-body. This potential, the Good Within, is our inherent and true nature. The mind-body is an amazing gift of God. Mind-Body Training provides the exercises to help us remember our true nature and bring the Good Within to life. Through our work on and off the mat we learn to be vital, energized, stable, and strong. We develop a willingness to persevere while maintaining a sense of ease, a flow to our movements that some call grace. Our attention is focused, and we are ready and able to respond to all that life brings. As we increase our awareness of the mind-body as an amazing gift, we unleash its potential to serve as an instrument of Gods goodness and love. Dear Reader, I hope that you will come to love this work as you sense the vital energy that it awakens in you. Peace, Mary Jo
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Choosing Your Degree Course And University

Author : Brian Heap
ISBN : 1844550710
Genre : Degrees, Academic
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Listing over 70,000 different course options, 1000 subjects and over 300 institutions to choose from, this book outlines what is involved in the study of a subject and how the courses may vary from one institution to another.
Category: Degrees, Academic

Go Get Your Life Back

Author : Demetrius A Jackson
ISBN : 9781629112343
Genre : Religion
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Living abundantly requires that you appreciate what you have in life, rather than bemoaning the things you lack. It asks that you focus on what is possible, and that you reach for what you want in life. Living abundantly opens up possibilities and opportunities that you could easily have missed by harboring negative thoughts and thoughts of scarcity. It causes you to take positive actions because you firmly believe and expect that they will produce the desired results. Go Get Your Life Back: Living Abundantly may appear to be a strange and contradictory concept. It says you should be grateful for what you have, and that it is okay to want more. It says you should be aware of your minimum requirements but place no maximum limit on what you can achieve, because the world can always keep on giving you more. All you have to do is accept the good things in your life, be grateful for them, and know that if you want more, there is an abundance out there, and that it is your positive attitude that will allow you to tap into it.
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Wunder Sieh Mich Nicht An

Author : Raquel J. Palacio
ISBN : 3423625899
Genre : Children with disabilities
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Wonder is the funny, sweet and incredibly moving story of Auggie Pullman. Auggie wants to be an ordinary ten-year-old, but he is far from ordinary. Born with a terrible facial deformity, this shy, bright ten-year-old has been home-schooled by his parents for his whole life, in an attempt to protect him from the stares and cruelty of the outside world. Now, for the first time, Auggie is being sent to a real school - and he's dreading it. Auggie sees himself as just an ordinary kid and all he wants is to be accepted. But can he convince his new classmates that he's just like them, underneath it all?
Category: Children with disabilities