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Death is not scary By Moaml Mohmmed
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It is not the process of death per se that is scary. One who is born has to die one day. We all know this truth. Scary is the fear of untimely death when one has not finished his/her responsibility... More > and the thought of leaving behind our loved ones and children. Nothing is happening to the person who is dying..death is nothing but a doorway to return back home, to the place where we, immortal souls belong. People are scared because they are not aware of what death and process of dying is. There are so many links, books, you tube videos and scientific evidences on Google available for what happens when we die, NDE, exploring life between lives and spiritual world. One can experience the past life regression sessions too and visit many past lives to know the purpose of this lifetime.We need to remind ourselves that we are here only for a short period and for a specific purpose. Once that is fulfilled, we will leave and go back to the eternal world.< Less
Mean Moms Club: The Moms Rule Book By Maureen LoBue
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How many times have parents heard – or even said – that they wish their children had come with a guidebook? Well thanks to Maureen LoBue, now they do. Her new book, Mean Mom’s Club:... More > The Mom’s Rule Book is the perfect resource for any woman trying to be the best mom she can. Although Maureen’s approach is tough – after all, kids need firmness and boundaries as well as love – she does not presume to tell mothers how to raise their children; rather, she provides rules of the road to help moms find their own path and emphasizes the importance of a mother’s common sense. With advice, anecdotes, and, most importantly, seven rules that every mom should follow, Maureen gives readers just the right combination of information and solidarity. Mean Mom’s Club has a wealth of information, a touch of humor, and a lot of inspiration. Whether you are about to have your first child or already have several, this is one book that is worth reading.< Less
My Dad Ernest Rebelato By Gordon Rebelato
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The life and times of my father Ernest Rebelato. My father Ernie Rebelato was born August 11, 1922 in Revelstoke, BC. His parents were of Italian descent, his father was Basilio Dominico and his... More > mother was Margueita Lucia (Camozzi). He had an older brother, Leo and an older sister Eva.The Vancouver shipyards is where dad was working when he met my mother the love of his life, Myrtle Sheward at Howdens Ballroom in the summer of 1944. Dad said his friend wanted to take Myrtle out, so it was Dad’s friends date not his. Dad said he went to the dance the following week and who should be there was, Myrtle. Dad said his friend was not with him then, so according to Dad he started to date Myrtle and that “finished him.” So they dated about nine months before marrying on April 16th, 1945 spending almost 68 years together as husband and wife. "Friends and family knew they were always welcome to drop by for a visit and play cards and you know that dad was always waiting for that hug and kiss."< Less
Our McNaneys By Sharon Young
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This book is about the McNaneys that were descended from William Henry and Sarah Grace in Elmira NY, or lived there when they raised their children, or married a McNaney, or are children of a... More > McNaney. You will read about the seven children of William Henry and Sarah Grace, who lived in Elmira until they died. All four sons fought in World War II and returned safely to make their way in the world and raise their children. To me, all seven children were heroes. They lived their lives with distinction, with Irish loyalty, and loving their families. All were faithful. These were men and women with a range of talents. Some were athletes, some artists, and all hard workers. It’s not like they thought they were better than everyone else, but after all, they were McNaneys. The seven children of William and Sarah have all passed on, but there are still plenty of McNaneys in Elmira. It doesn’t matter where they live because they are McNaneys, and McNaneys leave their mark wherever they are.< Less
WTF The Real Story Paperback Limited Edition By J M Byrne
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From the creator of the Yorkshire Pudding Blog; a true story that reaches out to parents, friends and families alike. When a child is born, so is a parent. And it truly is the hardest and most... More > testing thing a couple can do. But the problem is, people don't really tell you how hard. In gaining a child, Joelle nearly lost her husband and her mind! But she didn't hate her baby, so she didn't have postnatal depression, right? Wrong! WTF? It's time to talk frankly about what can really happen inside a house when the doors are closed. This is a true, fly-on-the-wall, hilarious tale of babies, beau's and brains! One reader said - “I loved it, its fresh, funny and to the point. My heart broke, and it touched a nerve as I could relate on many levels to what I was reading as a first time mother, and also being pregnant with my second. I was over the moon to read that Jo and her husband managed to work through it and are stronger for it; it made my heart burst."< Less
Wtf: The Real Story By J M Byrne
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From the creator of the Yorkshire Pudding Blog; a true story that reaches out to parents, friends and families alike. When a child is born, so is a parent. And it truly is the hardest and most... More > testing thing a couple can do. But the problem is, people don't really tell you how hard. In gaining a child, Joelle nearly lost her husband and her mind! But she didn't hate her baby, so she didn't have postnatal depression, right? Wrong! WTF? It's time to talk frankly about what can really happen inside a house when the doors are closed. This is a true, fly-on-the-wall, hilarious tale of babies, beau's and brains! One reader said - “I loved it, its fresh, funny and to the point. My heart broke, and it touched a nerve as I could relate on many levels to what I was reading as a first time mother, and also being pregnant with my second. I was over the moon to read that Jo and her husband managed to work through it and are stronger for it; it made my heart burst."< Less
The Story I Never Wanted to Tell By Ana Rodríguez
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After 26 years together, Ana and her husband broke up in peace and harmony. As a result of the breakup, where there were an unhappy and frustrated couple and two children in the middle, now there are... More > two perfectly happy children and two adults in love with their new stages in life. This book is a diary in which Ana poured her innermost thoughts and feelings while enduring a change in her life that permeated all areas of who she thought she was. Yes, there was some mourning but also precious lessons learned along the way and happy endings on both sides of the breakup. Ana shares her inner and outer journey from wife to single, from married to separated, from parent to single mum, from a predictable and easy life to a life with no answers for any question, from what beliefs to hold on to and what beliefs to dump, from living in the head to living from the heart. This story will give you ideas to go through your own separation in a peaceful and harmonious way.< Less
Raising Courageous Children In a Cowardly Culture: The Battle for the Hearts and Minds of Our Children By James L. Capra & Michelle A. Capra
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Two seasoned parents share the personal story of how they made conscious, faithful choices to raise six successful and courageous children. Michelle and Jim Capra have given all parents a precious,... More > practical gift by sharing their own honest journey to create six children of character. Their struggles to develop habits of excellence, accountability, and moral standards in a loving, godly way are lessons for us all. I only wish I had read this book when I was raising my own children! Barbara A. Glanz Hall of Fame Speaker and Author of “Priceless Gifts - Using What God’s Given You to Bless Others” As parents to six children, what really resonates with me about James and Michelle Capra’s book, ‘Raising Courageous Children in a Cowardly Culture’, is their candidness. I truly appreciate that he withstands the tide of political correctness and states what parents today really need to hear. This is the go-to resource for raising upright children. David Heavener, Evangelist, Revelation Media Ministry< Less
Raising Courageous Children In a Cowardly Culture: The Battle for the Hearts and Minds of Our Children By James L. Capra & Michelle A. Capra
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Two seasoned parents share the personal story of how they made conscious, faithful choices to raise six successful and courageous children. Michelle and Jim Capra have given all parents a precious,... More > practical gift by sharing their own honest journey to create six children of character. Their struggles to develop habits of excellence, accountability, and moral standards in a loving, godly way are lessons for us all. I only wish I had read this book when I was raising my own children! Barbara A. Glanz Hall of Fame Speaker and Author of “Priceless Gifts - Using What God’s Given You to Bless Others” As parents to six children, what really resonates with me about James and Michelle Capra’s book, ‘Raising Courageous Children in a Cowardly Culture’, is their candidness. I truly appreciate that he withstands the tide of political correctness and states what parents today really need to hear. This is the go-to resource for raising upright children. David Heavener, Evangelist, Revelation Media Ministry< Less
Our McNaneys By Sharon Young
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This book is about the McNaneys that were descended from William Henry and Sarah Grace in Elmira NY, or lived there when they raised their children, or married a McNaney, or are children of a... More > McNaney. You will read about the seven children of William Henry and Sarah Grace, who lived in Elmira until they died. All four sons fought in World War II and returned safely to make their way in the world and raise their children. To me, all seven children were heroes. They lived their lives with distinction, with Irish loyalty, and loving their families. All were faithful. These were men and women with a range of talents. Some were athletes, some artists, and all hard workers. It’s not like they thought they were better than everyone else, but after all, they were McNaneys. The seven children of William and Sarah have all passed on, but there are still plenty of McNaneys in Elmira. It doesn’t matter where they live because they are McNaneys, and McNaneys leave their mark wherever they are.< Less

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