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The Key To It All

Author : Joanna Rees
ISBN : 9780230770591
Genre : Fiction
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When five random people simultaneously receive ‘the key’, they don’t realize that their lives are about to change forever. Shrouded in secrecy, the mysterious silver key is delivered to each of them along with a code, a web address and a promise that – if used wisely – it can unlock a door to luxury and privilege beyond their wildest dreams. However, as each of them begins to use the key, they are propelled into a world of hazy moral choices, and soon start to question their enigmatic gift. Who is funding the key’s lavish promises? And why have they been chosen to receive it? Only the bravest will use it to seek the truth . . .
Category: Fiction

The Key To It All

Author : Guru Sri Shukla
ISBN : 9781304542991
Genre : Religion
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What is enlightenment? What is the nature of the soul? Much confusion exists around these subjects, and practicality is all too often obscured by ill-defined, complex theory. When I decided to create this course I wanted to avoid these shortcomings so often found in religious teachings. To this end, impracticality and dogma have been minimized as much as possible. Since the subject of these lessons is the nature of the soul and how to care for it, I first had to be specific about how I am characterizing the soul. In Lesson One I show how throughout the history of religion, the life energy body and the mind have been considered two aspects of the soul. Once this is established, it is a relatively easy process to determine how to care for the soul, since religious teachers have taught for centuries how to care for the life energy body in systems such as Ayurveda and Traditional Chinese Medicine, while advances in modern psychology have great practical application in caring for the mind.
Category: Religion

The Key Of It All The Eastern Mysteries

Author : David Allen Hulse
ISBN : 0875423183
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Catalogs and distills, in hundreds of tables of secret symbolism, the true alphabet magick of seven ancient Western magickal traditions--Greek, Coptic, Runes, Latin, Enochian, Tarot and English.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

The Key Of It All The Western Mysteries

Author : David Allen Hulse
ISBN : 0875423795
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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As Book I did for the Eastern Mysteries, Book II catalogs and distills, in hundreds of tables of secret symbolism, the true alphabet magick of every ancient Western magickal tradition: Greek, Coptic, Runes, Latin, Enochian, Tarot, and English.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Key To Nowhere

Author : Robert Bailey
ISBN : 9781462077298
Genre : Fiction
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Jay Sand moves to a small city in Nebraska looking forward to his new job in the district attorney's office. He soon becomes the target of assassins and Sergeant Cindy Jackson is assigned to work out of his office and watch his back. They stumble onto a multiple homicide in progress and are caught up in the search for the killers. The pursuit takes them from a gun battle on the streets of Omaha to a jail break in Harrisburg as they stay one step ahead of organized crime and an intelligence spook gone bad. This is a story of contemporary fiction about two professional crime fighters, their families, their peers and their opponents. It is also about their failures and their successes.
Category: Fiction

Observation Assessment And Planning In The Early Years Bringing It All Together

Author : Brodie, Kathy
ISBN : 9780335246700
Genre : Education
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Children develop and learn best when their environment is tailored to their individual needs, supported through careful observation, informed assessment and dynamic planning – a cycle which is the bedrock of good early years practice. Although the EYFS recommends that observation, assessment and planning should be linked in a constant, cyclical process, in practice this can be a significant challenge. This book presents an integrated framework which puts the cycle into practical terms, bringing it all together to ensure a seamless process and to support you in this vital part of your work. The focus is on the critical links within the cycle and combines theory with proven good practice, including: Making and recording observations effectively and efficiently How observations should inform next steps, assessment and planning Bringing all the information together into a cyclical process Exploring potential challenges Using reflective practice to refine and improve your techniques Rich in practical examples and case studies that illustrate how the cyclical framework works in practice, this is an excellent resource for early years practitioners and students looking to improve their observation, assessment and planning techniques. “Observation, Assessment and Planning in the Early Years – Bringing it All Together, actually does bring it all together. Kathy Brodie has linked theorists from the past to the present, skilfully connecting to the revised EYFS. Early Years students and practitioners will have the opportunity to reflect on the innovative ideas that she has suggested. Kathy has also included detailed information on observing SEN children. This modern update to observation, assessment and planning is a must read for the early years sector.” Laura Henry, Managing Director, Childcare Consultancy “This is a very well researched and practical guide to observation, planning and assessment in the Early Years. Kathy has collected together both historical and current thinking and ideas around the subject and then presented them in a way that is easy for the reader to access, understand and, more importantly, apply. The structure and format of the book helps the reader to check their understanding of the key learning points and then supports them in working through any challenges that they may have along with answers to key questions. Observation, Planning and Assessment in the Early Years is an essential read for all Early Years Practitioners from those with experience to those just starting out.” Alistair Bryce-Clegg, Early Years Consultant “This is a wonderful and timely resource to help practitioners make and use well informed judgements of young children’s learning and achievement. The four threads of observation, assessment, next steps and planning are skilfully woven together. Plentiful exemplifications and case studies vividly illustrate theoretical points and give young children a central place in the book.” Marion Dowling, Early Years Specialist and Vice President of Early Education
Category: Education

The Key To Nicholas Street

Author : Stanley Ellin
ISBN : 9789049980054
Genre : Fiction
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A grisly murder reveals the hateful secrets that lie beneath a small town’s surface The locals call her the Ballou. An illustrator for a high-fashion magazine, she has been the talk of the upstate town of Sutton ever since she first appeared, paying cash for one of the finest houses on Nicholas Street. Daring, gaudy, and grand, she inspires envy in the women and lust in the men. And in one member of this quiet town, she is about to inspire murder. The trouble starts when her rakish New York lover moves in full time, scandalizing the prudish Ayers family next door. When the Ayers’ maid pays a social call to the Ballou, she finds her lying dead at the foot of a staircase—gray, cold, and fabulous no more. Suspicion falls on the Ayerses, whose starched exterior hides a wealth of ugly secrets. From this interlocking narrative told from the perspectives of the citizens of Sutton comes a reminder that no town is too small for murder.
Category: Fiction