The book is a picture book about my little dog Lucky who passed away last year and explores his life including his passing. It might help others deal with lose of life and build up an understanding that pets are only with us for a short time and should be treated with love and respect.
against the harsh traditions of her rural people at the turn of the 20th century in nigeria, mary nwanyiafor survives. how is her life related to the biblical virgin mary, and the historical mary slessor? this is a story of extreme perseverance and ultimate victory.
Just one day Zambde zoo, tourist crowding up on the fascinating penguins. This was the third week of the zoo's opening. Penguins were right across from the Lions. "Slide, slide!" The cloud yells. The penguins glide around listening to the croud laughing, cheering, having a good time. "Penguins are the best!" They hear a little girl say. That really lifted their spirits. "Backflip, backflip." The crowd chants. The penguins just sit there. "Can't they do a backflip?" They hear a man in the crowd. Sadly they could not do a backflip. "Let's go!" They hear a man protest and some groans. The big crowd all go over to the Lions. The penguins all look down in shame, disappointment, and sadness. They look over, one little girl. "I know you can do it, come on!" They look over at the girl and try as hard as they can and land splat on their back. "Come on, try again." The penguins look over at the Lions, the crowd is cheering. The penguins flap their wings and get ready. "Look!" The girl calls the crowd, everyone looks at the penguins. Finally *WHAM* they landed a backflip and everyone went wild. After that day thousand of people came each day.
This article says that you need to keep physically and mentally active but not just for the sake of it. Indeed, keeping physically or mentally active can help you make friends. Also, other people might like you as well. And you do not even know yet how important some people might be to you in the future. But this is only if you care for yourself now.
oliver lynn, just a normal s.w.a.t. member for the chicago department. things began to go weird wednesday night, explosions echo through the city when oliver flees back to the police department. he knows its just the begging of of this apocalyptic event.
The influx of technology into Silicon Valley brought unaccustomed luxuries to many residents, along with a craving for fast money and sex. As a young single mother, Tanisha Nicole Billops worked in this flashy setting for years. But at age twenty-seven, she found herself in financial ruin, contemplating suicide. What went so wrong so quickly?This honest personal account goes deep into the author’s past, starting with her beloved grandparents’ story, and depicts her experiences coming of age as an African American woman in San Jose.
Billops had to grow up quickly in a world that wouldn’t cut her any breaks. A professional model at the age of fourteen, she dealt with depression and used promiscuity as a way to fit in. As she made her way in the alluring culture of Silicon Valley’s rich and famous, she spent time as an exotic dancer, a prostitute, and a girlfriend of NFL players.
In this powerful memoir, Billops relates her struggles with poverty, racism, and other obstacles with the brutal honesty of someone who dealt with the challenges head on. The self-acceptance and success she ultimately found along her bumpy journey will inspire readers who are facing adversity to carry on.
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How can a sometimes regarded as old-fashioned principle of having self-control actually work for modern day goal-setters? The book does not examine any controversial issues that there might have been with goal setting and self-control in the past and nor what anybody said about it. Rather it gives some practical solutions that today self-control techniques offer to anyone who's tried everything else already.
What would it take to change into being happy? This is when you might have a very good life already. Perhaps a hardship diet might help. But this is without genuinely being poor. This short article addresses people's problems and whether a hardship diet, a real or imagined one, might help them.
When you hear people talking about computer bores and you're somebody who spends a lot of time on his or her computer, are they really talking about you? They might be. But what can you do about it? Should you feel bad if you really do use computers an awful lot? This is when you might be a computer bore. And is there anything easy you can do so you are not called names but don't have to give up your precious computer hobbies? This short article has some answers for worried computer bores or people that know them who would like to help.
What is illusion and reality? When is a writer different from the characters in his novel? And when do some artists when they paint a picture feel like true artists? This is a short piece written in poetic prose about these questions.