A spellbinding psychological debut novel, Swan Huntley's We Could Be Beautiful is the story of a wealthy woman who has everything—and yet can trust no one. Catherine West has spent her entire life surrounded by beautiful things. She owns an immaculate Manhattan apartment, she collects fine art, she buys exquisite handbags and clothing, and she constantly redecorates her home. And yet, despite all this, she still feels empty. She sees her personal trainer, she gets weekly massages, and occasionally she visits her mother and sister on the Upper East Side, but after two broken engagements and boyfriends who wanted only her money, she is haunted by the fear that she'll never have a family of her own. One night, at an art opening, Catherine meets William Stockton, a handsome man who shares her impeccable taste and love of beauty. He is educated, elegant, and even has a personal connection—his parents and Catherine's parents were friends years ago. But as he and Catherine grow closer, she begins to encounter strange signs, and her mother, Elizabeth (now suffering from Alzheimer's), seems to have only bad memories of William as a boy. In Elizabeth's old diary she finds an unnerving letter from a former nanny that cryptically reads: "We cannot trust anyone . . . " Is William lying about his past? And if so, is Catherine willing to sacrifice their beautiful life in order to find the truth? Featuring a fascinating heroine who longs for answers but is blinded by her own privilege, We Could Be Beautiful is a glittering, seductive, utterly surprising story of love, money, greed, and family.
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In times like these, no American who truly love the United States of America cannot honestly say our nation is being lead in the wrong direction from the White House, the Senate, and the House of Representatives. And with the support of liberal media and progressive Americans, our core-values, Constitution, God, family, and nation are being devalued in thought, word, and deed. Thusly our nation has begun to embrace every idol worship that was forbidden by our Sovereign-Creator-God. Now observe what we use to lo be in the eyes of our Founding Fathers under the power of God, and four hundred later what we have gradually become a godless nation in every institution that was founded on biblical teaching. The present mirror that reflects our ugly disposition and marred image is not a picture that cannot be changed from “Ugly” to “Beautiful” just by making a “U-Turn” back to God who created us I His image, then said is good. America, we do not have to continue living as slaves to a corrupt, evil and doctorial leadership, for we have been blessed with so much goodness from God as a fee people to be threaten to act a fool in fear of the very people we elected to political office. It is far past a human solution that will correct our problem, so we are desperately need of God’s divine intervention, that is, if we are desirous to be beautiful again in our conduct that brings honor and glory unto God, family, and country.
In the 1940s outside Glenrock, Wyoming, Julie Bruns knew she would have to work hard if she expected to make her living on a homestead. At the end of a long, hard day, her tired muscles would ache, but Julie would persevere—for she was truly a pioneer. In her posthumous memoir, Bruns shares a fascinating description of day-to-day life in the wilds of Wyoming as she changed history forever and became one of the state’s few female homesteaders. Bruns tells how she overcame her initial fears and embarked on a new venture with a strong determination and an honest heart. After deciding to file a homestead, Bruns details how she selected a site along a tiny creek and began constructing a cabin out of green-cut, peeled logs. The days were filled with hard work, and the nights were frightening as owls hooted and coyotes yapped. But Bruns persisted—building much of her furniture, exploring the land around her house, and getting to know her neighbors. I Live in a Beautiful World shares the inspiring story of how Julie Bruns became a homesteader through resolve, courage, and, most importantly, the unyielding desire to make her dream come true.
To get the best answer-in business, in life-you have to ask the best possible question. Innovation expert Warren Berger shows that ability is both an art and a science. It may be the most underappreciated tool at our disposal, one we learn to use well in infancy-and then abandon as we grow older. Critical to learning, innovation, success, even to happiness-yet often discouraged in our schools and workplaces-it can unlock new business opportunities and reinvent industries, spark creative insights at many levels, and provide a transformative new outlook on life. It is the ability to question-and to do so deeply, imaginatively, and “beautifully.” In this fascinating exploration of the surprising power of questioning, innovation expert Warren Berger reveals that powerhouse businesses like Google, Nike, and Netflix, as well as hot Silicon Valley startups like Pandora and Airbnb, are fueled by the ability to ask fundamental, game-changing questions. But Berger also shares human stories of people using questioning to solve everyday problems-from “How can I adapt my career in a time of constant change?” to “How can I step back from the daily rush and figure out what really makes me happy?” By showing how to approach questioning with an open, curious mind and a willingness to work through a series of “Why,” “What if,” and “How” queries, Berger offers an inspiring framework of how we can all arrive at better solutions, fresh possibilities, and greater success in business and life.
Rachel and Alice are an extremely rare form of identical twins--so identical that even their aunt and uncle, whom they've lived with since their parents passed away when the girls were nine, can't tell them apart. The sisters are connected by an intense bond that goes way beyond their surfaces and borders on the supernatural: when one experiences pain, the other exhibits the exact same signs of stress, too. So when troubled Alice disappears mysteriously one night, good-girl Rachel knows something is wrong-especially when Rachel starts experiencing serious physical traumas, even though nobody has touched her. What Rachel can't tell anyone is that she and Alice sometimes switched places, reveling in the possibility of being the "good one" or the "bad one" for a day. And that Rachel . . . is really Alice, continuing to masquerade as her twin. So then, what happened to her sister? Could whoever abducted her sister really have meant to take her, instead? And can she find the real Rachel before it's too late for both of them?
1885 This unique volume teaches you how to judge people at a glance (Palmistry & Phrenology, Indications of Temperament & Aptitudes Manifested by the Form & Texture of the Thumb & Fingers). "The proper study of mankind is Man." the Face is the Mirror o.
A Companion to the Philosophy of Action offers a comprehensive overview of the issues and problems central to the philosophy of action. The first volume to survey the entire field of philosophy of action (the central issues and processes relating to human actions) Brings together specially commissioned chapters from international experts Discusses a range of ideas and doctrines, including rationality, free will and determinism, virtuous action, criminal responsibility, Attribution Theory, and rational agency in evolutionary perspective Individual chapters also cover prominent historic figures from Plato to Ricoeur Can be approached as a complete narrative, but also serves as a work of reference Offers rich insights into an area of philosophical thought that has attracted thinkers since the time of the ancient Greeks
This 1883 best-selling gardening book revolutionised garden design in later Victorian England, advocating a more natural style.
If you are not happy with the way your life is heading, you need to reroute its direction; to overcome your failure, you need to review your direction for being an overcomer—to revalidate your desire for living, and not relive your failure, both inside and outside. I cannot give you your goal, but I can give you the requirements to reach that goal. That is resonating inside of you. The requirements are to believe in yourself, trust in God, for he will sustain you. I have seen what successful people do, over and over again, after overcoming failure. They forget how they got over. We need to give glory to the one that glorifies. This book can help you to relive and take charge of your new life. Not only will it display failures of the past, where it is willful, or even the negative approach you may have taken, which may drown the readers’ ability or their thoughts to survive. It will also direct us to the know-hows to maneuver changes and maximize life now "When Self Fails You, God will sustain You." This book will offer you a reality-based avenue to those seeking to be sustained by God. The author believes that there is nothing more important than your genuine decision for overcoming failures. Life is a series of decisions you make; you make them, and unless you accept the responsibility for where you are right now, you will never overcome failures of the past. For the years that lie ahead, mixing both sacred and secular insights has a unique blend of practical and pragmatic leads, coupled with good taste of wisdom that scripture has given. For my readers, this new book is, without question, a transformation for the soul; it gives permission to relive and the know-hows to achieve the greater aspects of living that God grants us. The author believes that there is nothing more important than your genuine decision. I suggest that the reader (before you make your choice to overcome failure) please, read, and digest the contents of this book. To God be the glory, for the great things he hath done to this writer.