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By Madison McGarr
This book tells us all about a mans triumph,joy, struggles, realizations and getting back his life together. This work of art is dedicated to my Granddaughter Allie Wynn. She is a young woman in the Lords army.
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By Debbie Bliss

Debbie Bliss has never been a shrinking violet. She has fought all her life—not just for herself, but for others too.

Now aged forty-eight, there was a stage when she thought she would not live long enough to see her son grow up, to ride a horse again, to travel the world, or to follow one of her greatest passions—to push herself to the limit while raising money for charity at the same time.

Debbie is one of the few people in the world to suffer from dermatomyositis. One in a million are affected by this debilitating condition that can leave sufferers totally paralyzed, in a wheelchair, and unable to walk or even to talk in some cases.

Her reaction when she was eventually diagnosed was not to sit back and be a victim. She fought back, determined that this crippling disease would not triumph.

Debbie has led an incredible life, one which has taken her to all the corners of the earth, including to Australia and the sunshine island of Tenerife.

She was born in Leicester and comes from a family of four girls. Even then, however, life was never easy, and her book gives us an insight into why she became the determined and headstrong person she is today.

One day, she was a healthy, happy, fit, and loving mother and wife. The next, she was struck down by a mystery illness that saw her weight plummet to seven stone and led to months in a hospital ward, where she could only be fed through a tube.

But she did. “Life is Bliss” conveys Debbie’s ethos: that life is for living to the full. But in this fascinating book, she also hopes to provide inspiration for others—to tell them not to give up hope, to find that inner strength to fight whatever challenge they face.


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By Debbie Bliss

Debbie Bliss has never been a shrinking violet. She has fought all her life—not just for herself, but for others too.

Now aged forty-eight, there was a stage when she thought she would not live long enough to see her son grow up, to ride a horse again, to travel the world, or to follow one of her greatest passions—to push herself to the limit while raising money for charity at the same time.

Debbie is one of the few people in the world to suffer from dermatomyositis. One in a million are affected by this debilitating condition that can leave sufferers totally paralyzed, in a wheelchair, and unable to walk or even to talk in some cases.

Her reaction when she was eventually diagnosed was not to sit back and be a victim. She fought back, determined that this crippling disease would not triumph.

Debbie has led an incredible life, one which has taken her to all the corners of the earth, including to Australia and the sunshine island of Tenerife.

She was born in Leicester and comes from a family of four girls. Even then, however, life was never easy, and her book gives us an insight into why she became the determined and headstrong person she is today.

One day, she was a healthy, happy, fit, and loving mother and wife. The next, she was struck down by a mystery illness that saw her weight plummet to seven stone and led to months in a hospital ward, where she could only be fed through a tube.

But she did. “Life is Bliss” conveys Debbie’s ethos: that life is for living to the full. But in this fascinating book, she also hopes to provide inspiration for others—to tell them not to give up hope, to find that inner strength to fight whatever challenge they face.


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By Susan Maynard
This book takes the reader on an adventure quest through Dr. Bucke's amazing life: from his boyhood in London, Ontario, his near-death experience in the U.S. Rockies, his medical studies at McGill University, his marriage and fatherhood, a personal enlightenment experience and his eventual appointment as Superintendent of the London Asylum located a stone's throw from his boyhood home. But the highlight of the journey is the development of his life-changing love of, and devotion to, the great poet Walt Whitman.

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By Susan Maynard
This book takes the reader on an adventure quest through Dr. Bucke's amazing life: from his boyhood in London, Ontario, his near-death experience in the U.S. Rockies, his medical studies at McGill University, his marriage and fatherhood, a personal enlightenment experience and his eventual appointment as Superintendent of the London Asylum located a stone's throw from his boyhood home. But the highlight of the journey is the development of his life-changing love of, and devotion to, the great poet Walt Whitman.

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By Sayyid Hussein Alamdar

By God! They raised objection against the cutting swords of Ali, his being indifference with respect to the death in the battlefield, his power of the combat in the warfare, and the scattering strokes. By God! If people have joined with each other and would have given the caliphate to some one about whom the Holy Prophet (SAW) has recommended, any time if the people had deviated from the path of the truth, he would guided them towards the righteous path with out any pain and disturbance that neither the mount had become incapacitated nor its rider would have tired and sad. Ultimately he would have lead them to the pure and pleasant fountainhead of water, the canal that on both sides was saturated with the water─that had never been polluted. And then after the complete quenching of their thirst had returned them, and as a result they would have found him their well-wisher in hidden and apparent.

 [Ali] would never had taken any benefit from the world and from it there had not been any advantage except the quenching of the thirsty and feedings of the hungry ones. And here the world-worshipper from the ascetic one, righteous one from the liar had been explicit for all of them. And in accordance of what God’s has said in the Holy Qur’an: ‘If the people of towns would have accepted faith and were pious, We would have opened the gates of heaven’s blessing upon them, but since they denied We punished them for their evil deeds.’ And: ‘Those who indulges in the tyranny and oppression their deeds would caught their skirt, and they would never be able to escape from the divine punishment.’

─The second Sermon of Fatimeh al-Zahra (SA), p-155.


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By Sayyid Hussein Alamdar

By God! They raised objection against the cutting swords of Ali, his being indifference with respect to the death in the battlefield, his power of the combat in the warfare, and the scattering strokes. By God! If people have joined with each other and would have given the caliphate to some one about whom the Holy Prophet (SAW) has recommended, any time if the people had deviated from the path of the truth, he would guided them towards the righteous path with out any pain and disturbance that neither the mount had become incapacitated nor its rider would have tired and sad. Ultimately he would have lead them to the pure and pleasant fountainhead of water, the canal that on both sides was saturated with the water─that had never been polluted. And then after the complete quenching of their thirst had returned them, and as a result they would have found him their well-wisher in hidden and apparent.

 [Ali] would never had taken any benefit from the world and from it there had not been any advantage except the quenching of the thirsty and feedings of the hungry ones. And here the world-worshipper from the ascetic one, righteous one from the liar had been explicit for all of them. And in accordance of what God’s has said in the Holy Qur’an: ‘If the people of towns would have accepted faith and were pious, We would have opened the gates of heaven’s blessing upon them, but since they denied We punished them for their evil deeds.’ And: ‘Those who indulges in the tyranny and oppression their deeds would caught their skirt, and they would never be able to escape from the divine punishment.’

─The second Sermon of Fatimeh al-Zahra (SA), p-155.


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By Jarvis Mctavish
My book talks about my life growing up from a religious background to venturing out on my own. It talks about my happiness as well as my misfortunes. It also talks about my lifelong dream of being a writer and how I used to journal. It explains my dreams, goals, and ambitions, as well as expectations. I find some of my journals humorous and engaging. Some entries will make you laugh and cry. Needless to say, this book is very inspirational. I am now forty-nine years old, and I've finally achieved all of my accomplishments.
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By Simoné Mirulla
The fascinating autobiography of a man living in Libya during the years when oil was discovered there. The work he achieved made a huge contribution to the development and transformation that "black gold" brought to the country. Following the tracks of his journey from one oil refinery to another, the reader travels between Fezzan, Tripolitania, and Cyrenaica. A natural and vunerable landscape of undeniable intensity is revealed upon the pages, as he passes from locust storms of almost biblical proportions to meeting populations such as the Tuareg, who even today are still cloaked in legend. It is a vivid account of the meeting between East and West.
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By Vendon Wright

When I was six years old, I started wearing glasses to correct my short sight. My view of my low vision quickly changed when I was twenty years old and found out that my brother had suddenly gone blind. He was told that he was suffering from Retinitis Pigmentosa (RP), a disorder that slowly destroys the pigment cells in the eyes. So far, there are no known cures. At the tender age of twenty-one, I was also diagnosed with RP. Since then, I have been slowly going blind, not knowing when my world would finally fade away forever. Battling against such a crippling disease led me through a labyrinth of challenges. Having to constantly adapt my lifestyle to fit the changes to my vision became almost unbearable.

During my journey, I experienced a wide range of emotions as I fought to find a way to deal with my disability. After a long hard battle, overcoming huge obstacles, I finally learned to embrace my medical condition.

Despite the problems it has caused me, I have managed to keep a positive attitude towards life. Now I would like to pass on my strengths to other people.


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By Abigail Roberts
There have been so many books and television programs that have covered the subject of escort work, and I don’t know if my story will be much different to what you have already learned, but these are my personal experiences, and the most important thing to me is being honest. Be prepared to be shocked, surprised, and a little disgusted as you read about some of the clients who engaged my services and the things I did to please them, which was all part of the job. I hope you will have a few laughs, which is, after all, what life should be about. I know that my friends who knew about my secret life will read this and say, “Oh my god, I didn’t know she'd done that! I just hope they will still speak to me afterwards!”
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By Judy Prescott
The book is about my grandparents’ lives—my grandfather, particularly. He was born in the workhouse and brought up by his grandparents after his mother married, when he was four years old. He joined the Army at twenty, shortly before meeting Ada, his wife. Th ey were together for less than a month before he was posted to India and China, and he was away for six years. Ada died at thirty-eight. He lost his children to family members—all separated—and was left alone. He became a gentleman of the road and died at seventy-three on a park bench near the cemetery, where his wife and young daughter were buried.
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By Marty Pieratt

Chuck Harmon’s life story symbolizes and transcends our country’s struggle for civil rights and equality. From his humble beginnings as one of the 12 children of Sherman and Rosa Harmon in Southern Indiana, to the pressure of a death threat as a Cincinnati player in New York City, this gentlemen big leaguer is an example of those African American pioneers who helped make a mockery of hate and injustice with integrity, decency, and iron will.

From the stories of an early meeting with Babe Ruth, to rooting for his beloved Cincinnati Reds today, Chuck Harmon’s compelling life adventure symbolizes all that is good about America’s pastime and its oldest professional franchise, the Cincinnati Reds. His great-great grandfathers fought and died for freedom in the Civil War. Less than 100 years later, Chuck Harmon was still fighting for justice—not with a gun and bayonet, but with a golden glove and hot bat. Chuck Harmon is proud to be called Cincinnati’s First Black Red. This book is an important look at the parallel benchmarks in baseball and civil rights. Chuck Harmon is one of the quiet patriots who helped make America truly a country where all men and women should expect to be treated equally.


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By Thurman W. Robins, Ed. D
Various events happen in all of our lives which have lasting effects. Some events have profound meanings in our lives, while others have little or marginal impact. Involvement in sports influenced the author's early thinking, attitude, personality, and character. His participation in sports provided him many opportunities for advancement and opened doors which would have been closed. The book reveals how an obscure child with dreams, high hopes and extraordinary aspirations is able to rise from meager surroundings and achieve most of his hopes and dreams. The story begins with the author's early childhood and grade school experiences. The story continues with chapters about the author;s high school, collegiate, and work experiences. The book concludes with a chapter revealing a variety of the author's life experiences which helped him realize his dreams.
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By Thurman W. Robins, Ed. D
Various events happen in all of our lives which have lasting effects. Some events have profound meanings in our lives, while others have little or marginal impact. Involvement in sports influenced the author's early thinking, attitude, personality, and character. His participation in sports provided him many opportunities for advancement and opened doors which would have been closed. The book reveals how an obscure child with dreams, high hopes and extraordinary aspirations is able to rise from meager surroundings and achieve most of his hopes and dreams. The story begins with the author's early childhood and grade school experiences. The story continues with chapters about the author;s high school, collegiate, and work experiences. The book concludes with a chapter revealing a variety of the author's life experiences which helped him realize his dreams.
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