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iCAT: Thinking At Warp Speed By Dr. Joseph Graham
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Dubbed "The lazy man's way to easy success with anyone," How to Think Like a CAT and Always Land on Your Feet is the no-risk, blueprint on how to 'magnetically' attract endless beautiful... More > people and things to you... using the Critical Active Thinking (CAT) Skills you already possess and which are now being revealed to you. You see, once you have these secrets all the 'work' of integrating your thoughts will be done for you... automatically! You can just 'flip on' your magnetic powers of thought... and instantly bring money, romance and more roaring into your life because people will take notice of your newly discovered abilities! Why does the CAT Method work so well? Because it's based on a hush-hush thinking process that has been used by some of the top leaders/thinkers for years to get filthy rich. They work for anyone, anywhere and at any time (no matter how desperate your situation is right now).< Less
A Generation of Mavericks By Vincent Sperando
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Set in the back streets of Chicago, A Generation of Mavericks follows a group of young adults as they struggle their way through life in a different time within a splintered society that doesn't... More > provide any guidance on how to survive, as previous generations had done. Follow them as they explore unique places like Club Flexibles, which was, 'a dangerous place to be alone at times but it was easy to go with friends. In the back the men would meet to tell stories of fallen women and victorious brawls that they had had and if you remained quiet against the far wall you could get close enough to hear them hoot and call out to the women on the dance floor. It would have been easy to make jest of them, but you'd be pressed to find anyone doing it. In large groups the men became more reckless and cruel and everyone kept a wary eye on them. But if you kept to yourself and wore inconspicuous, dark clothing there was little chance you'd be bothered. It was generally the naïve or the new comers who were at risk.'< Less
A Generation of Mavericks By Vincent Sperando
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Set in the back streets of Chicago, A Generation of Mavericks follows a group of young adults as they struggle their way through life in a different time within a splintered society that doesn't... More > provide any guidance on how to survive, as pervious generations had done. Follow them as they explore unique places like Club Flexibles, which was, 'a dangerous place to be alone at times but it was easy to go with friends. In the back the men would meet to tell stories of fallen women and victorious brawls they had had and if you remained quiet against the far wall you could get close enough to hear them hoot and call out to the women on the dance floor. It would have been easy to make jest of them, but you'd be pressed to find anyone doing it. In large groups the men became more reckless and cruel and everyone kept a wary eye on them. But if you kept to yourself and wore inconspicuous dark clothing there was little chance you'd be bothered. It was generally the naïve or the new comers who were at risk.'< Less
Poetry from the Happiness That Needs Nothing By Colin Drake
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This book is a collection of poems each based on a chapter of my book The Happiness That Needs Nothing – Pointers to That Which is Always Here. Here are some comments by readers of some of... More > my poems: I love the clarity of your rhyming poems. The Dharma teaching is so direct and uncluttered. Wonderful. -- Colin Yardley Very well put Colin, fun, playful and sincere, I get it at the deepest level and my heart sings once more. -- Suzanne That poem is really beautiful! Thanks for sharing it.—Dede The poetry is succinct and I have used it like a sutra. – Hugh I want you to know whatever the reason was you have done something no one else has been able to, point me to awakening. ---- Hanumandass after reading : Awakening is Immensely Practical As always Colin, you amaze me and stimulate thought...oh goodness, maybe I should say that the poetry is stopping thought in order to welcome awareness!! --- Cheryl< Less
Poetry from the Happiness That Needs Nothing By Colin Drake
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This book is a collection of poems each based on a chapter of my book The Happiness That Needs Nothing – Pointers to That Which is Always Here. Designed to help one awaken from the dream of... More > being a separate object in a universe of such. Here are some comments by readers of some of my poems: I love the clarity of your rhyming poems. The Dharma teaching is so direct and uncluttered. Wonderful. -- Colin Yardley Very well put Colin, fun, playful and sincere, I get it at the deepest level and my heart sings once more. -- Suzanne That poem is really beautiful! Thanks for sharing it.—Dede The poetry is succinct and I have used it like a sutra. – Hugh I want you to know whatever the reason was you have done something no one else has been able to, point me to awakening. ---- Hanumandass As always Colin, you amaze me and stimulate thought...oh goodness, maybe I should say that the poetry is stopping thought in order to welcome awareness!! --- Cheryl< Less
deez- commentary28 By Michael House
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My memoirs are about the things I remember. My decade in rehab created a lot of recalling. That created a lot of topics. Right now, I have 32 pages of topics. My brain is still tired from writing all... More > day yesterday. I stopped reading to take time to store up topic ideas. If I hadn't done these many topic ideas in my decade rehab, it'd be a lot different. I mourn all that “wasted time,” but in truth that time is most lucrative. I don't want to waste an ounce of that time I used working on my memory. I also had 1000s of pictures to reflect over. Granny LOVED taking pictures. There were so many. I'd look at them & get topics to talk about in rehab. The more I talked, the more memories I had pop up in my injured brain. Therefore I want to spend the rest of my life working on my memories. My traumatic brain injury was 8,843 days ago. Now I am capitulating off my immense education. I read ~10k books because college held em in 4 classes, TMC, saying they couldn't get permission to let me out of them from< Less

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