Part travel memoir, part self-help book, Live, Love, Explore is a guide to finding meaning and adventure in your everyday life and discovering the road you were always meant to walk.
Have you ever felt that events in the past are still plaguing you, following you everywhere you go, and ruining your life? Are there traumatic events that you need to be free of but don’t know where to start? Learn simple yet highly effective techniques that can release old programming to enable you to live the life of your dreams.
In his journey, Josef explores an astonishing variety of topics. In addition to sexual addiction and the hidden world of BDSM, he delves into the burden of guilt of the Catholic Church, fear, political correctness, non-judgment, love and loss, philosophy, the soul, spiritual awakening, and healing.
Disney & Dali each have an impressive body of work and legacies that continue to inspire today, but what many don’t know is that there was a real friendship and admiration between the two, which culminated in the creation of the film Destino. For the first time, author David Bossert takes readers behind-the-scenes of this fascinating story.
Society is just now realizing the power of highly distributed, hyper-networked creator agents.That is, people like you and me who live everywhere are are connected to people an communities everywhere else. Billions of these hearty souls are rapidly evolving into creator agents. We are moving mountains with our smartphones,tablets and service plans.
The memoir of a boy’s coming of age in a northeastern blue collar neighborhood and his subsequent escape to the Vietnam era navy. His story is told in frank, candid and politically incorrect language.
After losing his wife of almost fifty-three years to lung cancer retired veterinary professor David Gross adopts Charlize, a German shepherd rescue dog with problems of her own. The two troubled souls embark on a yearlong journey to discover how to accept tragedy and craft a new life with each other’s help.
“Insightful, Riveting, Spiritual.”
Born gifted with a rare seventh sense—the ability to read human hearts coupled with keen intuition—protagonist Kate encounters the earthly dangers of her capabilities. “A moving, memorable story… with a myriad of of social, political and personal conflicts.” Explore the mysteries of the afterlife, angels…
A frantic search for a discarded Buddha statuette that her adoring husband suddenly can’t live without sends Marla through the door of The Imagine Center and into a spiritual sojourn that changes everything.
After failing his PhD and losing his job, Hochhalter studied the twelve disciples and saw that they were “losers like us” – yet God loved them and used them greatly. This warm, funny book compares their flaws and sins to Hochhalter’s own and shows how even Jesus, though sinless, was rejected as a loser before rising again to redeem us.