Live And Love It Up
30 Stories about Making it Work and Not Giving Up Making It Work Wasn't the First Love Story in a Garden We Didn't Give Up on Us Live, Love, Laugh!
Winner of the National Jewish Book AwardInternational Bestseller " An] ingenious work that circles around the rise of a state, the tragic destiny of a mother, a boy's creation of a new self." - "The New Yorker" A family saga and a magical self-portrait of a writer who witnessed the birth of a nation and lived through its turbulent history. "A Tale of Love and Darkness" is the story of a boy who grows up in war-torn Jerusalem, in a small apartment crowded with books in twelve languages and relatives speaking nearly as many.
If God were throwing a party, would everyone be invited?Or does God invite some and not others?And if so, how does God decide?Is it what you say?Is it what you do?Is it what you're going to do?Is it who your friends are?Or what your friends do?Or what religion you happened to be born into?Or where you live, or what you look like, or what you believe?What if the idea of heaven and hell that we have been taught is not, in fact, what the Bible teaches? What if Jesus meant something very different by the concepts of heaven, hell, and salvation from how we've come to understand them?And what if the answer to life's meaning is much better than we ever imagined?In his teen edition of the bestselling book love wins, Rob Bell tackles all these questions in a way that addresses the real challenges of growing up in today's world.
The talented rhythm & blues group Earth, Wind & Fire performs a number of its most popular tunes during this concert taped in Japan in 1994. Songs like "Can't Hide Love," "September," "Shining Star," and "After the Love Is Gone" will be instantly recognized by fans. Maurice White and Philip Bailey handle the lead vocals as they're backed up by an array of guitars and other instruments.
At once hilarious and incredibly moving, "Giving Up the Ghost" is a memoir of lost love and second chances, and a ghost story like no other. Eric Nuzum is afraid of the supernatural, and for good reason: As a high school oddball in Canton, Ohio, during the early 1980s, he became convinced that he was being haunted by the ghost of a little girl in a blue dress who lived in his parents' attic.
When Lauren Pizza was thirteen, she died. Caught under a small sailboat, she struggled to reach the surface, only to find that what she thought was up was actually down. and that's all she remembers. Ever since being resuscitated by two strangers, Pizza has felt a presence in her life from the spirit world. Is it crazy? Maybe. Her family sure thinks so.
Next to the death of a loved one, the ending of a relationship is the most painful experience most people will ever go through. Coming Apart is a first-aid kit for getting through the ending. It is a tool that will enable you to live through the end of your relationship with your self-esteem intact. Daphne Rose Kingma, the undisputed expert on matters of the heart, explores the critical facets of relationship breakdowns: Love myths: why we are really in relationshipsThe life span of loveThe emotional and unconscious processes of partingHow to get through the endingHow to create a personal workbook for finding resolutionOriginally published in 1987, and continuously in print since then, with more than half a million copies sold, "Coming Apart" has been an important resource for hundreds of thousands of readers experiencing the pain and stress of a break-up.
Hot on the heels of Esther Blum's deliciously successful Eat, Drink, and Be Gorgeous, comes this little bijou of a book. Offering up over 200 quick tips, it shows women how to eat and drink what they love yet maintain their youthful beauty. No diets, no gimmicks, just real solutions for gorgeous girls on the go. Esther reveals secrets she shares with her A-list clients at Dr.
Dr. Peter Edelstein has learned by listening to his patients and their families-whose lives have suddenly been up-ended by a diagnosis of cancer-that they need a partner to help them navigate their new, complex world. It is critical that cancer patients take charge of their health and "own their cancer" in order to remain in control of this confusing and frightening process.
A 25-year-old backcountry wanderer, a man happiest exploring wild places with his dog, Dan Bigley woke up one midsummer morning to a day full of promise. Before it was over, after a stellar day of salmon fishing along Alaska's Kenai and Russian rivers, a grizzly came tearing around a corner in the trail. Dan barely had time for? bear charging? to register before the bear had him on the ground, altering his life forever.
Money may not be able to buy you love, but conflicts about it can certainly bankrupt your relationship."-Michelle Singletary Here at last is the lowdown on how to manage your finances with the man in your life. Money is the #1 problem couples fight about, says beloved Washington Post financial columnist Michelle Singletary. Acknowledging that most fights about money are usually about something else-like feelings of fear or resentment-Singletary stresses the value of open dialogue.
Gather 'round The endearing follow-up to "The Apron Book" is now served. EllynAnne Geisel graces us with her new treasure, "The Kitchen Linens Book." It's a lovely treat. Family kitchens are where our days begin and end. And one constant is threaded among the people, the stories, and the moments: America's kitchen linens. If only these prized pieces could talk.
It's been said that there's a divorce every minute. But for best friends and divorced dads Dave, Vic and Donny, one each is enough. Dave (Matthew Modine) is a womanizer with commitment issues, Vic (Randy Quaid) has a bitter relationship with his ex-wife, and Donny (Paul Reiser) is struggling to understand his moody teenage daughter (Eliza Dushku). Can these men survive weekend custody, hooking up, acting out, keeping secrets, telling lies and the occasional blind date from Hell, all while trying to live their lives and love their kids the best they can? Janeane Garofalo, Amy Brenneman, Danny Masterson and Rob Reiner co-star in this heartwarming and hilarious comedy from the director of "George Of The Jungle" and the creator of "Family Ties" and "Spin City".
"Get off your phone and read Jess Kimball Leslie's funny book!"-Andy Cohen, host of Bravo's Watch What Happens Live I LOVE MY COMPUTER BECAUSE MY FRIENDS LIVE IN IT is a hilarious memoir of growing up in the early days of the Internet and celebrating technology's role in our lives. Coming of age in suburban Connecticut in the late '80s and early '90s, Jess Kimball Leslie looked to the nascent Internet to find the tribes she couldn't find IRL: fellow Bette Midler fans; women who seemed impossibly sure of their sexuality; interns trudging through similarly soul-crushing media jobs.
This is a memoir and self-help book. The author shares her experiences and exposes her personal life just to help those who are going through something in their personal life. The book discusses how the author spent most of her days fighting for a better life. It explains how to deal with fear in pursuit of accomplishing your goals. The author shares her experience and touches on marriage, when to hold on and when to let go, building yourself back up after a breakup, and building solid relationships.
(Piano/Vocal/Guitar Songbook). Sing through your sorrow with these 50 therapeutic hits: After the Love Has Gone * All Out of Love * Always on My Mind * Breaking Up Is Hard to Do * Crazy * Forget You * Give Me One Reason * How Am I Supposed to Live Without You * I Heard It Through the Grapevine * I Will Survive * Love on the Rocks * Missing You * Rehab * Rolling in the Deep * She's Out of My Life * Since U Been Gone * Un-Break My Heart * The Way We Were * We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together * Yesterday * You Oughta Know * and more.
A celebration of the highs and lows of one woman's life through the experiences of many others"The first and most important woman in my life was my mother. As it should be, in an ideal world."Candida Baker grew up in a colorful family, with an actor father and costume designer mother. Her parents' complex, and at times chaotic, lives made for a challenging environment, and from an early age Candida understood the importance of friends, finding comfort and support from many close friendships with women and from ongoing loving relationships with all her sisters.
The rules have changed. The American Dream is no longer the "corner office." It's a successful business you can run from your home office, the beach, or wherever you desire. It's work you love that still allows you the freedom and income to live the life you truly want. Sound like a tall order? Well, thanks to the Internet, anyone can launch a business with little or no start-up capital or technical expertise.
"Love Stories": Jerzy Sthur directs himself in four separate stories of people who don't know how to handle love in their lives. Sthur examines the human condition, as his characters, a college professor, an army officer, a priest and a criminal, struggle between their career and love. Humorous and sentimental, this film has received acclaim for both artistic and commercial success.