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Your Guide to Success & Happiness: Collected Wi...
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Millions of readers and listeners are drawn each year to find the one great book that will capture their imagination and inspire them to chart a course to personal happiness and success. There are no subjects more interesting to every individual than the subjects of success and happiness. All one needs to do is Google the words success and happiness, and more than 58 million hits appear. Success and happiness are not exclusive in terms of concrete goods, even though many view happiness on this basis only. Success and happiness are feelings of contentment, knowing that you have what you want out of life. Therefore, success and happiness can be defined in terms of both the intangible and the tangible. There are many happy people who are unknown, but they are accomplishing things. Some garbage collectors are happy; some millionaires are not. Success and happiness are not necessarily defined in terms of fame and money. Your Guide to Success & Happiness is a refreshing look at choice excerpts from the best motivational and prosperity material ever written. This audiobook is filled with ageless wisdom and time-tested principles that will help listeners tap the inner reserves they never knew they had. These great thinkers include James Allen, Napoleon Hill, Joseph Murphy, William Walker Atkinson, Robert Collier, Russell H. Conwell, Theron Dumont, Orison Marden, Louis M. Grafe, Earl Nightingale, Julia Seton, Elizabeth Towne, and Ralph Waldo Trine. Never have these gurus appeared together in this way. Here we see the most interesting points of the most fascinating writers, spotlighted and arranged in such a way as to support and enlighten each other. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Tim Andres Pabon. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/gdan/001999/bk_gdan_001999_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Sydney Noir , Hörbuch, Digital, 1, 442min
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Sydney is a good choice for Akashic's first noir anthology set in Australia.... The 14 uniformly strong selections feature familiar subgenre figures: gangsters, ethically compromised cops, and people bent on revenge for the loss of a loved one.... Fans of dark crime fiction will want to seek out other works by these contributors, most of whom will be unfamiliar to American readers. (Publishers Weekly)"The former British penal colony provides fertile ground for dark doings, as these 14 tales demonstrate.... The stories [Dale's] assembled offer ample variety in this cavalcade of crime Down Under." (Kirkus Reviews)Akashic Books continues its award-winning series of original noir anthologies, launched in 2004 with Brooklyn Noir. Each book comprises all new stories, each one set in a distinct neighborhood or location within the respective city.Brand new stories by: Kirsten Tranter, Mandy Sayer, John Dale, Eleanor Limprecht, Mark Dapin, Leigh Redhead, Julie Koh, Peter Polites, Robert Drewe, Tom Gilling, Gabrielle Lord, Philip McLaren, P.M. Newton, and Peter Doyle.From John Dale's introduction to the book:"Nothing lasts in Sydney, especially good fortune: lives are upturned, shops are sold, roads dug up, trees and houses knocked down, premiers discarded, and entire communities relocated in the name of that economic mantra - growth and progress. Just when you think the traffic can't get any worse and the screech of the 747s descending over your roof can't get any louder, along comes a wild electrical storm that batters the buildings and shakes the power lines and washes the garbage off the streets and you stand, sheltered under your broken brolly in the center of Sydney, admiring this big beautiful city.What never changes, though, is the hustle on the street. My father was a detective in the vice squad shortly after the Second World War, and he told stories of busting SP bookies in Paddingto 1. Language: English. Narrator: Simon Corfield, Martin Moolman, Lee Cormie, Simone Gescheit, Ivy Jones, Christopher Brown, Milan Perkins, Helen Doig, Les Horovitz, Mark Coles Smith, Eloise Mignon, Neil Pigot, John Voce, Stacy Gougoulis. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/050860/bk_adbl_050860_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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How Therapists Dance
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How Therapists Dance follows the numinous thread described by Novalis: The seat of the soul is where the inner world and the outer world meet. Where they overlap, it is in every point of the overlap. As in the first poem, in which snails scrawl the names of Buddhas with their silvery trails and ends with the poet kissing his wife's hands, taking out the garbage, and being confronted with an overwhelming moon. These poems stitch together psychiatric ward encounters with the musings of security guards in an art gallery; an urban dance floor provoking a breakthrough for a stranded therapist; his father's empty shotgun shells, his aunt's accordion finding its way inside the body, ribs expanding and contracting as though you are an instrument life is still learning how to play. — How Therapists Dance is the meeting ground for the spiritual seeker, the therapist and the observant poet who negotiates this tricky terrain and writes poems for them all. There is humor and longing, tenderness and beauty. Each of these voices has its say. From them I learn how enlightenment is spoiled by wanting it too much. How the dance of therapists is into and out of the skin of others. How Superman's true heroism is revealed. These are poems worthy of a long-term friendship. -Len Anderson, author of Invented by the Night — Dane Cervine explores with a keen poet's eye the borderlands where the doctor meets the mystic, the adult meets the child he once was, the beauty and pain of life become indistinguishable. Deliciously full of joy, insight, and awe, Cervine's poetry certainly shows you how therapists dance. - Ellen Bass, author of The Human Line — Dane Cervine often lets a wry humor open the door to a deeper place. His light stroke sets the reader at ease, invites us into 'the mischief in the young boy's fiddle,' the 'almost tangible, humming in the air between us' where, even through sadness and hardship 'a blue dragonfly whirs' and we come to know we are 'wide enough, finally, for every jagged thing.' His finely-wrought poems are a comfort and a compass. -Patrice Vecchione, author of Writing and the Spiritual Life and a poetry collection, The Knot Untied — While Dane Cervine's first book, The Jeweled Net of Indra, was woven with themes related to social justice and our larger connection with each other, this new book is flavored with the act of 'attention' shared by the triune influences of his work: therapy, meditation, and poetry. Dane Cervine's poems are at once disciplined, sturdy, compassionate and wise. And there's an inspired playfulness, as in these lines from his poem 'Enlightenment Is a Bitch': ...even fire hydrants with their red stubby arms become mandalas, and worse, the police siren revving its wail behind/my slow-moving car sounds like a mantra... -Robert Sward, author of New & Selected Poems, 1957-2012 — Regarding the poem 'Accordions & Shotguns,' a finalist for the Wabash: The sheer volume of information in this poem is impressive-which is to say that all that story is fluently delivered to the reader-but it is really the passion and precision of the final stanza that earns my full attention. --Tony Hoagland

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How Therapists Dance
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How Therapists Dance follows the numinous thread described by Novalis: The seat of the soul is where the inner world and the outer world meet. Where they overlap, it is in every point of the overlap. As in the first poem, in which snails scrawl the names of Buddhas with their silvery trails and ends with the poet kissing his wife's hands, taking out the garbage, and being confronted with an overwhelming moon. These poems stitch together psychiatric ward encounters with the musings of security guards in an art gallery; an urban dance floor provoking a breakthrough for a stranded therapist; his father's empty shotgun shells, his aunt's accordion finding its way inside the body, ribs expanding and contracting as though you are an instrument life is still learning how to play. — How Therapists Dance is the meeting ground for the spiritual seeker, the therapist and the observant poet who negotiates this tricky terrain and writes poems for them all. There is humor and longing, tenderness and beauty. Each of these voices has its say. From them I learn how enlightenment is spoiled by wanting it too much. How the dance of therapists is into and out of the skin of others. How Superman's true heroism is revealed. These are poems worthy of a long-term friendship. -Len Anderson, author of Invented by the Night — Dane Cervine explores with a keen poet's eye the borderlands where the doctor meets the mystic, the adult meets the child he once was, the beauty and pain of life become indistinguishable. Deliciously full of joy, insight, and awe, Cervine's poetry certainly shows you how therapists dance. - Ellen Bass, author of The Human Line — Dane Cervine often lets a wry humor open the door to a deeper place. His light stroke sets the reader at ease, invites us into 'the mischief in the young boy's fiddle,' the 'almost tangible, humming in the air between us' where, even through sadness and hardship 'a blue dragonfly whirs' and we come to know we are 'wide enough, finally, for every jagged thing.' His finely-wrought poems are a comfort and a compass. -Patrice Vecchione, author of Writing and the Spiritual Life and a poetry collection, The Knot Untied — While Dane Cervine's first book, The Jeweled Net of Indra, was woven with themes related to social justice and our larger connection with each other, this new book is flavored with the act of 'attention' shared by the triune influences of his work: therapy, meditation, and poetry. Dane Cervine's poems are at once disciplined, sturdy, compassionate and wise. And there's an inspired playfulness, as in these lines from his poem 'Enlightenment Is a Bitch': ...even fire hydrants with their red stubby arms become mandalas, and worse, the police siren revving its wail behind/my slow-moving car sounds like a mantra... -Robert Sward, author of New & Selected Poems, 1957-2012 — Regarding the poem 'Accordions & Shotguns,' a finalist for the Wabash: The sheer volume of information in this poem is impressive-which is to say that all that story is fluently delivered to the reader-but it is really the passion and precision of the final stanza that earns my full attention. --Tony Hoagland

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