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The Challenge of Change By Don Davies
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From the challenge of outdoor adventures that included cycling 16,000 km around Australia and cycling across Canada to New York, Don Davies was diagnosed with Multiple Myeloma, an incurable bone... More > cancer. Davies accepted his condition as a challenge to find greater meaning and sense of purpose in his life. We all face challenges in our busy lives but if we act now and pay more attention to what is happening around us, by creating a new vision, setting goals and making a determined effort to improve our own lives, in the process we can effectively find a cure for the dis-ease of Multiple Malaise, manifested by economic turmoil, global warming, armed conflicts, homelessness and poverty. This is The Challenge of Change for each one of us. (Half of all Sales go to the Tom Baker Cancer Center to help find a cure)< Less
Obama's Challenge and the Politics of Change By Don Ayre
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First of a series of books based on the spiritual wanderings of the author and others with the intent of sharing ideas about peace and harmomy and of responding effectively to Obama's personal... More > challenge of change.< Less
Obama's Challenge and the Politics of Change By Don Ayre
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First of a series of books based on the spiritual wanderings of the author and others with the intent of sharing ideas about peace and harmomy and of responding effectively to Obama's personal... More > challenge of change.< Less
Challenge into Change 2011 Essay Contest By The Women's Initiative
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Transforming challenging life circumstances into positive growth and change is what this volume is meant to celebrate and hopes to inspire. The women published here responded to a call for essay... More > submittals for the 2011 Challenge into Change Essay Contest sponsored by The Woman’s Initiative. The agency’s first Executive Director, Kerry Day, started the contest as a way to celebrate our first year of inception in 2007. As Kerry says at the inaugural celebration: “This contest is important because The Women’s Initiative believes in the power of words – in their ability to heal, to unite, and to illuminate. As a writer, I know how painful it can be to put life’s truths onto paper. It takes great courage and strength. And part of the beauty of this process is that through sharing our own stories we have the opportunity to restore, not only ourselves, but everyone who reads our words.”< Less
2013 Challenge into Change Essay Contest By The Women's Initiative
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Transforming challenging life circumstances into positive growth and change is what this volume is meant to celebrate and hopes to inspire. This book shares a selection of inspirational essays (and... More > poems) written by women who entered the 2013 Challenge into Change Essay Contest. Together, they explored such themes as: physical and mental abuse, mental illness, depression, disability, discrimination, violence, poverty, abandonment, job loss, starting over, teen pregnancy, raising children, faith, and finding a purpose. Everyone has a story to tell. But not everyone tells it. Fewer still write the story down, read it before an audience, or allow it to be published in a collection like this. Yet personal stories of triumph over adversity are the most compelling stories of all. They are wisdom stories. Shared with others, they awaken compassion and remind us of our similarities instead of our differences.< Less
Change By Maureen Murphy
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Change is the ever-present constant in our lives, how do we deal with this mystery and life challenge?
Change By Ion Efrim
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Change is a thrilling novel in which nothing ever stays the same. David and his girlfriend, Elena, experience the transformation of Romania from a nation controlled by communism to one ruled by... More > democracy. After this incredible revolution, David must undergo changes of his own and fight through challenges to find his place in this different world. Friends turn out to be enemies, and rivals become allies. This book is filled with exciting action, captivating conversations, and intricate characters.< Less
Taking Up the Security Challenge of Climate Change By Rymn J. Parsons
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Climate change, in which man-made global warming is a major factor, will likely have dramatic and long lasting consequences with profound security implications, making it a challenge the United... More > States must urgently take up. The security implications will be most pronounced in places where the effects of climate change are greatest, particularly affecting weak states already especially vulnerable to environmental destabilization. Two things are vitally important: stemming the tide of climate change and adapting to its far-reaching consequences. This project examines the destabilizing effects of climate change and how the military could be used to mitigate global warming and to assist at-risk peoples and states to adapt to climate change, thereby promoting stability and sustainable security. Recommendations are made on the importance of U.S. leadership on the critical issue of global warming, on defining and dealing with the strategic dimensions of climate change, and, as a case in point...< Less
Change and Challenge: My Life After Thirty By Joan Lorch Staple
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Change and Challenge: My Life After Thirty is the sequel of Chance and Choice, My First Thirty Years (2007). It describes the birth of the author’s two sons in the 1950s and the change from her... More > life as a London research biologist to motherhood in rural England. After emigrating to Birmingham, Alabama Joan faced the challenge of raising her sons in a segregated society. In 1963 the Staple family moved to Buffalo, NY; here Joan resumed her research, which involved the “creation” of living amoebas, as well as witnessing the evolution of a new amoeba strain. Coping with teenagers in the Sixties and starting her teaching career at a Jesuit college complete the story.< Less
Change and Challenge: My Life After Thirty By Joan Lorch Staple
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Change and Challenge: My Life After Thirty is the sequel of Chance and Choice, My First Thirty Years (2007). It describes the birth of the author’s two sons in the 1950s and the change from her... More > life as a London research biologist to motherhood in rural England. After emigrating to Birmingham, Alabama Joan faced the challenge of raising her sons in a segregated society. In 1963 the Staple family moved to Buffalo, NY; here Joan resumed her research, which involved the “creation” of living amoebas, as well as witnessing the evolution of a new amoeba strain. Coping with teenagers in the Sixties and starting her teaching career at a Jesuit college complete the story.< Less