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Haven of Rest By Reneë Hope
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27 stories of abused women and their children. There is never an excuse for abuse. There is no justification for abuse and no woman deserves to be abused under any circumstances. This book gives... More > the reader an insight into the plight of abused South African women from all walks of life and who have suffered all forms of abuse. It includes information on • why women stay in abusive relationships • the cycle of abuse • the Domestic Violence Act • and organizations who will help abused women and their families. Contact information is also listed. "I wrote this book to raise an awareness of the plight of these women, and also so that women who are in abusive situations will be aware that there is help out there for them."< Less
The Resting Place By Stephen Clay
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A tired, old man in a rest home recalls the time he got lost in the woods as a boy to his nurse and the horrific encounter he makes at the "the resting place."
The Home By Charlotte Perkins Gilman
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The Home: Shall the home be our world … or the world our home? To every Man who maintains a Home— To every Woman who "keeps house"— To every House-Servant, owned,... More > hired, or married— To every Boy and Girl who lives at Home— To every Baby who is born and reared at Home— In the hope of better homes for all this book is dedicated. In offering this study to a public accustomed only to the unquestioning acceptance of the home as something perfect, holy, quite above discussion. First, let it be clearly and definitely stated, the purpose of this book is to maintain and improve the home. Criticism there is, deep and thorough; element of home life—rather of saving us from conditions not only unessential, Every human being should have a home; the single person his or her home; and the family their home. The home should offer to the individual rest, peace, quiet, comfort, health, and that degree of personal expression requisite; and these conditions should be maintained by best methods of the time.< Less
Sharing Our Best with the Rest By K-Moses Nagbe
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Postwar Liberia awaits well-meaning nationals ready to work with passion and fortitude. Nothing else will drive development in that West African country. This is the message K-Moses Nagbe drives home... More > in the set of reflections brought together in Sharing Our Best with the Rest.< Less
Saints' Everlasting Rest By Richard Baxter
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Richard Baxter, the author of the Saints’ Rest was an English Puritan church leader, poet, hymn-writer, theologian. He was born near Shrewsbury in 1615, and died at London in 1691. The... More > Saints’ Rest is deservedly esteemed one of the most valuable parts of his practical works. He wrote it when he was far from home, without any book to consult but his Bible, and in such an ill state of health as to be in continual expectation of death for many months; and therefore, merely for his own use, he fixed his thoughts on this heavenly subject, “which,” says he, “hath more benefitted me than all the studies of my life.”< Less
The Call to Dragon's Rest By Glen Taylor
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Gray gave up his simple life as a farmer to march off to battle with the armies of the crown. But when he comes face-to-face with the horrors of war on a battlefield far from his home, he finds... More > himself drawn by a mysterious and irresistible Call to find the legendary monastery known as Dragon’s Rest. There, he meets Petros, a spoiled but loyal-hearted baron’s son, and Emil, a nervous young man with an unexplained and violent supernatural gift. As they face the challenges of the monastery, they learn about themselves, and about each other, and discover within themselves a power that they never knew that they had. For Dragon’s Rest exists to train Paladins, those men and women who have felt the Call to defend mankind from the Demonic forces which hunger for human bodies and souls. In order to graduate, they must face not only the daunting tests of the monastery, but a hidden danger that threatens to destroy Dragon’s Rest forever.< Less
The Call to Dragon's Rest By Glen Taylor
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Gray gave up his simple life as a farmer to march off to battle with the armies of the crown. But when he comes face-to-face with the horrors of war on a battlefield far from his home, he finds... More > himself drawn by a mysterious and irresistible Call to find the legendary monastery known as Dragon’s Rest. There, he meets Petros, a spoiled but loyal-hearted baron’s son, and Emil, a nervous young man with an unexplained and violent supernatural gift. As they face the challenges of the monastery, they learn about themselves, and about each other, and discover within themselves a power that they never knew that they had. For Dragon’s Rest exists to train Paladins, those men and women who have felt the Call to defend mankind from the Demonic forces which hunger for human bodies and souls. In order to graduate, they must face not only the daunting tests of the monastery, but a hidden danger that threatens to destroy Dragon’s Rest forever.< Less
The Call to Dragon's Rest Paperback By Glen Taylor
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Gray gave up his simple life as a farmer to march off to battle with the armies of the crown. But when he comes face-to-face with the horrors of war on a battlefield far from his home, he finds... More > himself drawn by a mysterious and irresistible Call to find the legendary monastery known as Dragon’s Rest. There, he meets Petros, a spoiled but loyal-hearted baron’s son, and Emil, a nervous young man with an unexplained and violent supernatural gift. As they face the challenges of the monastery, they learn about themselves, and about each other, and discover within themselves a power that they never knew that they had. For Dragon’s Rest exists to train Paladins, those men and women who have felt the Call to defend mankind from the Demonic forces which hunger for human bodies and souls. In order to graduate, they must face not only the daunting tests of the monastery, but a hidden danger that threatens to destroy Dragon’s Rest forever.< Less
The Call to Dragon's Rest Paperback By Glen Taylor
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Gray gave up his simple life as a farmer to march off to battle with the armies of the crown. But when he comes face-to-face with the horrors of war on a battlefield far from his home, he finds... More > himself drawn by a mysterious and irresistible Call to find the legendary monastery known as Dragon’s Rest. There, he meets Petros, a spoiled but loyal-hearted baron’s son, and Emil, a nervous young man with an unexplained and violent supernatural gift. As they face the challenges of the monastery, they learn about themselves, and about each other, and discover within themselves a power that they never knew that they had. For Dragon’s Rest exists to train Paladins, those men and women who have felt the Call to defend mankind from the Demonic forces which hunger for human bodies and souls. In order to graduate, they must face not only the daunting tests of the monastery, but a hidden danger that threatens to destroy Dragon’s Rest forever.< Less
TammyTalk, Advice for the Rest of Us By John Lucas
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After FIVE years of sharing her daily adventures on www.TammyWorld.com, the world just had to have more Tammy! Now, a collection of questions and answers from her advice column are available in... More > "TammyTalk: Advice for the Rest of Us"! And Tammy don't give a rip if your mother-in-law thinks you're a crappy cook or can't clean house. That's all bull. Tammy deals with REAL problems that effect the rest of us, like "What should you wear to your parole hearing?", "What parts of a rabbit are not edible?", "Is there a difference between a mobile home and a trailer?", "Do you still have to pay your bills if you're in jail?", and "Why does Dr. Phil always make me feel so crappy about myself?" Tammy calls them like she sees them. Good Advice! But not legally binding! That's her (lawyer's) motto.< Less