As I write this 1st novel, I am highly motivated to be able to continue my writing which I do very well and I am writing this novel based on my life experiences and my relationships with women because I want to be able to remember the good, the happy, the sad and the bad with all my relationships. Most of all I want people to relate to my experiences and learn from my experiences so that they won’t make the same mistakes in their relationships and be able to motivate them to do whatever it takes to make it work.
Author: Dalston Harrison Jr.
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Hunky Alaskan dive master and charter boat captain Jackson Cameron is absolutely sure he’s straight until openly gay treasure hunter Dax Powers calls him and offers him the adventure of a lifetime: Dax and his sister Donatella have found the Anna Wyoming, a ship that went down during the 1889 gold rush on return from Skagway Island—very possibly carrying a fortune in gold.
Author: Scotty Cade
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
If you have ever struggled to find a way to connect your heart to your heavenly Father, His Treasure is the book for you. In the tradition of Sheri Rose Shepherd’s bestselling His Princess series (with over one million in print) comes this book of beautiful “love letters” from God that will remind you of your priceless worth in Christ. Each scriptural love letter is written in language that speaks to the heart of every woman. You’ll discover treasures of truth, real love, and wisdom from God’s Word. Get ready for an amazing encounter with your King!
Gems of Love from Your King
Author: Sheri Rose Shepherd
Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.
The poems contained in this book are meant to promote love and concern for one another. As gregarious beings, it is necessary for us to interact through poems, music, sports, as well as share knowledge and other social activities.
The Treasure of Love
Author: Mandeep Singh Lotta
The nostalgic artwork of Gay Talbott Boassy is featured alongside uplifting quotes about the blessings of friendship. Pass on this treasure to the friends who hold the key to your heart.
Your Friendship Opens Treasures of Love
Author: Gay Talbott Boassy
Publisher: Harvest House Pub
Category: Family & Relationships
There are many things happen in life. Sometimes ups and sometimes downs. Sometimes it brings you smile. Sometimes it brings you tears. But life goes on. You’ve to move on while accepting everything. Because whatever going to happen is always happen. Nobody can’t stop it. But one thing you can do. That is you can Enlighten Your Life with Love & Passion! Generate your hidden energy….. Generate your inner power……. Highlights of the book: ‘If you want to enlighten yourself, then this book is right for you….. ‘If you want to inspire and motivate yourself, then this book is right choice for you…….’ * This book is simple and very useful for all. * This book helps you to guide yourself. * This book inspires and motivates you. * This book enlightens your inner-self. * This book will act as your mentor. * This book is full of morals, wisdoms, thoughts and philosophies. …..***….. Extract from the book: Love is like a flower That only blooms in our pure heart. Its every color is the perspective of seven colors That brings a smile of love on the face of every living being. Its every drops of fragrance is the magical potion That quenches the thirst of all living being. Love is a flower that only blooms in the heart of pure soul. Whenever it blooms in our heart, It makes us divine, And leads us to the path of heaven. With the garland of love, We can worship. With the bond of love, We can please our heavenly Lordship. It makes our heart pious. It makes our life precious. Our life becomes beautiful. World becomes wonderful. Everything becomes awesome. Everything starts blossom. .....***..... Contents of book: 1. Power of Love 2. Different colors of life 3. Sow a seeds of love 4. Love is like a flower 5. Make Your Life Pure 6. Our life is bonded with relation 7. Love is Prayer 8. God has given us one Heart 9. A life without love is worthless 10. Make your life a land of wonderland 11. Good is like Gold 12. A Lesson from the Sun 13. Lets sing a song of Love 14. Heavenly Taste 15. Love is a part of our life 16. Love is a word of life 17. Love is the mother of everything 18. The Birds of Love 19. Love blooms everywhere 20. A song of love 21. Love is Music 22. Someone is always around you 23. Good things never hide 24. Live your life every moment 25. Every moment is yours 26. You have to solve this mystery 27. Give your test! 28. Accept anything that comes in your way 29. Face with a smile 30. You’re the only one 31. Keep your self-respect 32. Go ahead! 33. Never look back! 34. Stand on your place 35. Don’t kill your pride! 36. Yours treasure island 37. Life is full of twist 38. Your hard work 39. Exert your horse power 40. Life is a valuable gift 41. Till the end 42. Life is not a tragedy 43. Nothing to fear 44. Hope is the only way 45. No matter if you’re late 46. Life is like a gamble 47. Your birth right 48. Burn your heart’s oil 49. Never quit! 50. For a long age 51. Life is beautiful
Teaches you about life,love,hopes,success,happiness,self-esteem,self-believe,self-confidence & self-realizations.
Author: Birister Sharma
Publisher: Birister Sharma
Zarrin the dragon’s legacy is to protect the town of Everlasting, even though he is small and gentle. The only treasure he’s interested in is hurt and mistrustful human Joe, but winning him will take courage.
Author: R. Cooper
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
INTRODUCTION WITH M. Maeterlinck as a dramatist the world is pretty well acquainted. This little volume presents him in the new character of a philosopher and an æsthetician. And it is in some sort an ‘apology’ for his theatre, the one being to the other as theory to practice. Reversing the course prescribed by Mr. Squeers for his pupils, M. Maeterlinck, having cleaned w-i-n-d-e-r, winder, now goes and spells it. He began by visualising and synthetising his ideas of life; here you shall find him trying to analyse these ideas and consumed with anxiety to tell us the truth that is in him. It is not a truth for all markets; he is at no pains to conceal that. He appeals, as every mystic must, to the elect; M. Anatole France would say, to the âmes bien nées. If we are not sealed of the tribe of Plotinus, he warns us to go elsewhere. ‘If, plunging thine eyes into thyself—it is this same Plotinus that he is quoting—‘thou dost not feel the charm of beauty, it is in vain that, thy disposition being such, thou shouldst seek the charm of beauty; for thou wouldst seek it only with that which is ugly and impure. Therefore it is that the discourse we hold here is not addressed to all men.’ If we are to follow him in his expedition to a philosophic Ultima Thule, we must have the mind for that adventure. ‘We are here,’ as he tells us elsewhere of the ‘stiff’ but, it seems, ‘admirable’ Ruysbroeck, ‘all of a sudden on the borderland of human thought and far across the Arctic circle of the spirit. There is no ordinary cold, no ordinary dark there, and yet you shall find there naught but flames and light. But to those who arrive without having trained their minds to these new perceptions, the light and the flames are as dark and as cold as though they were painted.’ This means that the intelligence, the reason, will not suffice of themselves; we must have faith. There are passages in the book which may provoke a sniff from Mr. Worldly Wiseman; but we must beware of the Voltairean spirit, or this will be a closed book to us. ‘We live by admiration, hope, and love,’ said Wordsworth. And we understand by them, M. Maeterlinck would add. I fear we are not all of us found worthy of the mystical frame of mind. But it is a psychological fact, like another; and if we can only examine it from the outside, we can at least bring patience and placidity to the task. The point is: has M. Maeterlinck anything to say? It will be found, I think, that he has. All men, the world has long been assured, are born Aristotelians or Platonists. There cannot be a doubt about M. Maeterlinck’s philosophic birthright. He may say, as Paul Verlaine sang: Moi, j’allais rêvant du divin Platon, Sous l’œil clignotant des bleus becs de gaz.
Works of Maeterlinck
Author: Maurice Maeterlinck
Category: Literary Collections
These spiritual exercises and essays offer real life Lessons in Love for anyone following a spiritual path. Based on the Sufi Path of Love, they enhance the journey, and present a new idea of spiritual evolution.
Essays and Spiritual Exercises for Modern Life
Author: Irving Karchmar
Publisher: Bay Street Press
Have you ever asked yourself “Do God really exists? Who is God? What’s the meaning of life? What is real love? Or will I see my love ones in the afterlife? “then this is the book you need to read in order to understand the truth about the questions that has puzzled the minds of geniuses since the beginning of time. In this small book you will get a clear understanding of how to obtain a life of peace, love, and happiness, and how to live beyond this stage called death. These are the forbidden words of Truth, and the unspoken Wisdom of the king creator. This is the power that the devil does not want you to understand, and that is the power of Love.
The True Words Of God, There Is No Other!
Author: Rondale O'Keefe McIntosh
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Reproduction of the original: The Treasure of Heaven by Marie Corelli
Author: Marie Corelli
Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand
Would You Lie to Save a Life? Love Will Find a Way Home: A Theology on the Ethics of Love In 1968, Commander Lloyd Bucher and the USS Pueblo were pirated on the high seas. They were held captive for 11 months, and Bucher was forced to sign a confession – forced to lie to save the lives of his men. How does Love impact that decsion in a Christian theology? Love makes the world go round. Without Love, little else has value this side of heaven. In this dilemma between Love and Truth, Love was chosen over Truth, but not at the expense of all Truth. Between the deontological and teleological elements, time itself comes into play in the determination of the absolute "rightness" of the choice in perfect Love. How is as capable as Jesus was and is today? The course of Love is a sacred "stewardship of time" that is the highest exhibition of the Christian’s own Imago Dei or image of God granted to us in creation. When we are able to follow the Scarlet Thread of obedience perfectly, it will lead straight through all of (1) the areas of complexity, uniting (2) all of the demands of all of the absolutes and run dead center between (3) all of the ethical fine lines. These three areas are detailed specifically.
Love Will Find a Way Home
Author: Michael Glenn Maness