Most of us think we are happy-- but could be happier. Kelly takes a look at why we sabotage our own happiness-- and what to do about it. If you hold back from God because you want to be in control, what are you gaining in life? If you make yourself available to God, incredible things will happen.
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Museums and Social Change explores the ways museums can work in collaboration with marginalised groups to work for social change and, in so doing, rethink the museum. Drawing on the first-hand experiences of museum practitioners and their partners around the world, the volume demonstrates the impact of a shared commitment to collaborative, reflective practice. Including analytical discussion from practitioners in their collegial work with women, the homeless, survivors of institutionalised child abuse and people with disabilities, the book draws attention to the significant contributions of small, specialist museums in bringing about social change. It is here, the book argues, that the new museum emerges: when museum practitioners see themselves as partners, working with others to lead social change, this is where museums can play a distinct and important role. Emerging in response to ongoing calls for museums to be more inclusive and participate in meaningful engagement, Museums and Social Change will be essential reading for academics and students working in museum and gallery studies, librarianship, archives, heritage studies and arts management. It will also be of great interest to those working in history and cultural studies, as well as museum practitioners and social activists around the world.
Holly runs a dating agency. Up to now she's had no need of her own services, but, convinced her relationship with her fiancé Nick has staled, she turfs him out and determines to go in pursuit of hearts-and-flowers romance, true love and the soul-mate she has convinced herself must exist. In the meantime, to get back into practice, she accepts a date with the hugely eligible Stuart. Rich, arrogant and charming, he's not her type at all, but he's her guinea pig. But Stuart rather likes Holly. And he's used to getting his own way. Much to her dismay, Holly finds Stuart won't take no for an answer and suddenly things don't look so easy. Brimming with warmth, perception and understanding, Anna Maxted once again mixes the heart-breaking with the humorous to deliver a page-turning, laugh-out-loud, emotionally satisfying read.
The Science of Growing Rich in Life is the key to the worlds greatest self help systems to grow rich, achieve success, gain influence, and master balance and harmony at a higher level. Uniqueness with a mystical touch is the fundamental goal of the personal development manuscript. Many books explain basic steps to follow your dreams, but the ideas contained in this book are suggestions that highlight pivotal secrets and strategies that should be added to your success program to develop purpose in your life. The critical features of the manuscript reveal some of the ancient knowledge of success of the masters for living in harmony with the world and universe and manifesting your desires, intentions, and objectives. Further, new methodologies are explained herein to help unlock your talents and grow a richer and fuller life. Numbered steps and clear spiritual laws are concisely illustrated that would help a reader with goals, family, relationships, careers, entrepreneurship, and bringing about a better and more well rounded career and life for themselves and those that they love. It is a practical thesis and a business-spiritual psychology to improve your lifes journey so as to live in abundance & prosperity while reaching your greatest human potential. If you enjoy books like: Science of Getting Rich by Wallace Wattles - Secret of the Ages by Robert Collier - Sermon on the Mount by Emmett Fox - Master Key System by Charles Haanel or authors such as James Allen or John Randolph Price, then you would really enjoy this book.
What is love? Craig thought that he knew what it was until his life fell apart and his dreams shattered along with all that he held close to his heart burnt in the fires of divorce and broken hearts. He thought it was giving up our dreams in order to please others and to do whatever it takes to make them happy, but that isn’t love. Everything that he thought was love failed over and over and felt more like neediness and desperation instead of love. Believing that his only source of love was from others he had given away his dreams and his power which left him feeling broken and needy. Love is a heart and soul learning how to love and dream again with increased openness and greater depth. Love is many things but it is never needy or broken. In his journey to love again the answers came. It exposes our inner song as a gift to those we love and to the world. This is a gift to the world. It is Craig’s inner song of loving again with the transparency and nakedness of love. It is remembering and learning that love is. Read on and see if it speaks to your soul like it has for so many others. Love is...
A poetic and rousing account of the Buddha's life story, bringing together the strands of history, fact, traditional oral legend and symbolic myth.
From the dark corner that spawned Mervyn Peake's Gormonghast trilogy and Jonothan Swift's satires comes this gritty tale of bizarre savagery and intrigue. A former leader writes his apology while crossing a desert, telling of his hallucinatory origins in the jungle of Woldland, his first encounters with urban life in Midland, and his slow rise to power under the influence of his friend Hieronymus Blint. He tells of loves and lies, of violence and skullduggery, and of moments of beauty.