Running Scared - Robert Leon Davis Summary
Robert Leon Davis was a respected police officer in New Orleans serving for four years until 1979-when he was arrested. He had begun his career with aspirations of being a great cop. But he was exposed to a darker side of law enforcement. While partnered with a veteran Robert first witnessed an officer violate the very laws he vowed to uphold - and shared his crime. One compromise led to another, and Davis faced arrest. From studying criminal law at Loyola University and becoming an award winning officer, Davis was a fugitive, living off the land in remote forests in America and Canada to elude capture. The church upbringing, where his grandmother made sure he learned about God and Jesus, was abandoned in anger. Through a stranger's prayer the angry atheist realised he was weary of running. He yielded his life to God, and gave himself in. When the District Attorney finally dusted off his file, what would his sentence be?
Surameris and the Chest of Secrets - Fresia Castro Summary
Twenty-five years ago, Fresia Castro started a personal journey in which the usual became extraordinaire forever. Her journey started in Chile, then continued in France, and culminated with the unveiling of the Seven Documents in South America, in the Atacama Desert, in which the keys to access the universal truths are contained. "Surameris" is the story of that journey and a series of events that portend better times. This new proposal of the universe demands of us a great internal creative preparation, and learn to look at life in new ways. The people of America should encourage people of other continents to perform the Original Master Plan, awaken the personal adventure, discover their true role in this life and continue the relentless pursuit of perfection in every act, in love, health, work, family, and knowledge of life. An opportunity to manifest the glory foretold by ancient cultures.
Sarah Winnemucca - Sally Zanjani Summary
In 1883 she produced her autobiography - the first written by a Native American woman. Using private contributions, she returned to Nevada and founded a Native school whose educational practices and standards were far ahead of its time. [This book is] composed not only of public challenges and accomplishments but also of private struggles, joys, and ambitions. Unforgettable glimpses of her personality and private life leap from these pages: her notorious sharp tongue and wit, her love of performance, her place in a legendary family of Paiute leaders, her long string of failed relationships, and, at the end, possible poisoning by a romantic rival."--BOOK JACKET.
Hope Fulfilled - S.M. Wolff Summary
When John Bergen’s family bought a farm in the remote Strzelecki Ranges, they had no idea it would start them on a journey of discovery beyond their wildest dreams. Along the way, they gained friends and battled crooks, became captivated by the ranges’ natural beauty, and received a rare glimpse into the fast-fading world of the isolated local culture. John Bergen’s candid story is one of heartbreak and triumph, mistakes and forgiveness, loss and renewal. And through it all, John maintains a steadfast certainty that God is in control and always right beside him. That is, until he’s confronted with circumstances that cause him to question his deepest convictions. At such a time, when faith is shaken and hope is faint, John learns the true value of perseverance.
Alaya's Fables - Alaya Chadwick Summary
Alaya has the unique creative capacity to teach using the hands and feet of our ordinary human experience to understand and come closer to secrets of the universe. Martha Harrell, M.S.N., Ph.D., Licensed Training Jungian Psychoanalyst, Biodynamic Cranio-sacral Therapist, and contributing author in Transforming Terror: Reclaiming the World Soul Alaya’s Fables takes us into the world of make-believe to discover how problems are solved from the heart. Meredith Young-Sowers, D.Div., Founder & Director, Stillpoint Foundation and School of Integrative Life Healing, Author: of The Angelic Messenger Cards These unique fables engage both right and left hemispheres, and truly invite us to reach our potential. Thank you from an inspired heart! Joyce Buckner, Ph.D. Author of Making Real Love Happen, Master Imago Therapist, and guest on the Oprah Show Alaya’s Fables offers a welcoming trail into one’s heart and soul. Enjoy and use these lovely fables as a way to explore, grow, and play with all that you are. Dee LaCrosse, Psy.D., Licensed Clinical Psychologist ONE need not be the lonely number its name implies. Alaya Chadwick takes us to the “land where dreams live” to find intimacy with our inner selves. Mark W Shulkin MD, Distinguished Life Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association and Clinical Assistant Professor or of Psychiatry at Drexel University College of Medicine (retired) Sunny L Shulkin LCSW, BCD, Master Trainer of Imago Relationship Therapy
The visible hand of God; or The miracles, signs, and wonders which have occurred in the past dealings of God with the nation of Israel - Robert Roberts Summary
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Lion Eyes - Victor Villaseñor Summary
In the American Indian belief, it is said that we never really know who we are until we find our totem, and once we do, then everything falls into place, even in the midst of chaos. Lion Eyes is the exciting true story of Jan Milburn, who came face-to-face with his totem-and was transformed. As a love-deprived young child, he got lost in a snowstorm in the Santa Cruz Mountains of California, and a huge mountain lion led him safely home . . . setting him on a course for a miraculous life. Acclaimed best-selling author Victor Villaseñor gives voice to Jan's thrilling tale, full of danger, clashes between light and darkness, romance, and healing miracles. Against the backdrop of the '60s-a time of love and war, a time of turmoil and social upheaval, a time of young people's exuberant exploration while the establishment tried to hold on to the past-Jan Milburn chose an unusual calling . . . becoming the youngest minister ever ordained by the state of California. Jan's spiritual path, incredibly, led him from San Francisco's Haight-Ashbury District of the '60s to Mexico, and into the darkness of the drug world. Hunted by a notorious assassin, he stared down death and encountered the very depths of depravity and violence-but ultimately awakened to his magical Spirit Guides and the Kingdom of God within each of us that transcends religion and "of-the-body" limitations. It was at this time that Mireya, a beautiful young Indian girl, saw in Jan the noble heart of a lion and the vision of an eagle. Nothing could get in the way of her love and admiration for this man. It was written in the stars, she said. Eventually, Mireya and Jan married and were instrumental in helping to return more than two million acres of stolen land to the Tarahumara Indians of Chihuahua, Mexico. Lion Eyes is a mystical, heartfelt, soul-inspiring love story of timeless relevance. It shows us that our global future lies not just in our politics and religious beliefs, but also in our unwavering love and our forgotten native wisdom that once we find our totem, everything falls into place, even amidst chaos . . . illustrated by one man's incredible life, which can become the norm for all of humanity!