Download Your Life on Purpose by Matthew McKay et al (.ePUB)

Your Life on Purpose: How to Find What Matters and Create the Life You Want by Matthew McKay, John P. Forsyth, Georg H. Eifert
Requirements: ePUB Reader, 1.2 MB
Overview: So many of us postpone pursuing our goals and dreams because we think we’ll get to them later, when we have more time or feel we’re worthy of them. As a result, many of us go through life feeling weighed down by daily responsibilities and our own self-doubts, entirely disconnected from a sense of real purpose.

Based in acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) and powerful mindfulness practices,Your Life on Purpose is about doing what matters to you every day instead of waiting for the perfect time to feel fulfilled and alive. With this book as your guide, you’ll learn to move past daily distractions, fear of failure, and self-judgment, and zero in on the passions that connect you with your true self. You deserve to live a life of purpose, aligned with your deepest values. It’s time.
Genre: Nonfiction > Self-Help > Stress Management

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Download Shadow Dance by David Richo (.ePUB)

Shadow Dance: Liberating the Power & Creativity of Your Dark Side by David Richo
Requirements: ePUB Reader, 621 KB
Overview: Our “shadow” is the collection of negative or undesirable traits we keep hidden—the things we don’t like about ourselves or are afraid to admit: egotist, non-“PC” proclivities, forbidden sexual desires. But it also includes our positive, untapped potential—qualities we may admire in others but disavow in ourselves. Befriending the shadow makes fear an ally and enables us to live more authentically.

It also automatically improves our interpersonal relationships, because we are freed from the need to project our own negativity onto others, and we become more acutely aware when theirs is projected onto us.

David Richo looks for where the shadow manifests in personal life, family interaction, religion, relationship, and the world around is. He shows how to use the gentle practice of mindfulness to work with our shadow side, and he provides numerous exercises for going deeper. He is remarkably skillful at making the shadow concept not only easy to understand, but supremely practical for enhancing the quality of our lives.
Genre: Religion & Spirituality > New Age & Spirituality > Mysticism

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Download We Can Do Better by David Camfield (.ePUB)

We Can Do Better: Ideas for Changing Society by David Camfield
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Overview: The view that capitalism is an inherently flawed, exploitative, crisis-prone, oppressive system is not new. But neoliberal capitalism’s flaws are increasingly dangerous in Western countries and globally as corporations exert growing influence on governments, as the endless pursuit of profits pushes our climate to the breaking point and as far-right politics dominate the media. Solutions are needed. Fast.

In We Can Do Better, David Camfield lays out a theoretical basis for political and social change that fuses critical Marxism with insights from anti-racist queer feminism. This reconstructed historical materialism treats capitalism and class as inextricably interwoven with gender, race and sexuality. After discussing today’s most influential social theories, Camfield uses this theory to analyze a range of issues that face our world today, including climate change, growing social insecurity and the persistence of sexism and racism. Camfield argues that the key to achieving change for the better is social struggle, and he offers ideas about moving from social theory to social action.
Genre: Politics & Social Sciences> Radicalism

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Download Only Imagine by Kathleen Stock (.PDF)

Only Imagine: Fiction, Interpretation and Imagination by Kathleen Stock
Requirements: PDF Reader, 2.1 MB
Overview: Only Imagine offers a theory of fictional content or, as it is sometimes known, ‘fictional truth’.
The theory of fictional content Kathleen Stock argues for is known as ‘extreme intentionalism’; the idea that the fictional content of a particular work is equivalent to exactly what the author of the work intended the reader to imagine. Historically, this sort of view has been highly unpopular. Literary theorists and philosophers alike have poured scorn upon it.

The first half of this book attempts to argue that it should in fact be taken very seriously as an adequate account of fictional truth: better, in fact, than many of its more popular rivals. The second half explores various explanatory benefits of extreme intentionalism for other issues in the philosophy of fiction and imagination. Namely, can fiction give us reliable knowledge? Why do we ‘resist’ imagining certain fictions? What, in fact, is a fiction? And, how should the imagination be characterised?
Genre: Humanities > Philosophy > Aesthetics

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Download The Power of Grace by David Richo (.ePUB)

The Power of Grace: Recognizing Unexpected Gifts on Our Path by David Richo
Requirements: ePUB Reader, 683 KB
Overview: Perhaps you’ve had one of those moments when everything, quite unexpectedly, simply falls into place; or, when you’ve been puzzling over an impossible question and—pow!—the answer suddenly arises, seemingly out of nowhere. These and other such experiences are not caused by our efforts. They are moments of grace, the gift dimension of life.

Grace is generally associated with religion, but, as Dave Richo shows, you don’t need to be religious to notice—and benefit from—this help from outside yourself that’s being offered to you in every moment. Dave provides teachings and helpful practices that show us how to open our eyes to the sources of grace everywhere and in everyone. When we open ourselves to grace, we begin to see it work wonders in our lives—and we become conduits of its power to others.
Genre: Religion & Spirituality

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Download Hungry People Better Results by Deepak Malhotra (.ePUB)

Hungry People Better Results: Unleash The Fire Within To Win Continually In Life by Deepak Malhotra
Requirements: ePUB Reader, 3.6 MB
Overview: Great people leaders always work towards improvement. They keep working on their ‘hunger’ to be continually successful. The power of these leaders is only to settle for the best, as for these leaders – power of life is in continual progression.

They have broken the shackles, and made impossible into I M possible. They have looked at things around them differently, and we too, will be motivated to look at things around us differently through this book. These leaders will help you make your journey a success, and also rewrite your own history.

Hungry People, Better Results is the voyage to study the waves of extrinsic entrepreneurial leadership traits which affect the special impetus of teams. This would also take into account the impact of leadership styles and traits on the overall productivity, from a people leader’s angle. Good news is that most of these traits can be developed over a period of time. This book and the author help you to ignite this ‘fire’ continually.
Genre: Business & Money > Management & Leadership > Leadership

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Download The Ice Bucket Challenge by Casey Shermanet (.ePUB)

The Ice Bucket Challenge: Pete Frates and the Fight against ALS by Casey Sherman,‎ Dave Wedge
Requirements: ePUB Reader, 12.3 MB
Overview: While everyone knows of the Ice Bucket Challenge, the viral craze that swept the nation in summer 2014, too few know the truly inspirational story behind it. Pete Frates was a man at war with his own body. A man whose love for others was unshakable.

A man who refused to fight alone, and in so doing mobilized a global army to combat one of the most devastating diseases on earth: ALS, or Lou Gehrig’s disease. When disease crippled Frates, the former Boston College baseball star turned tragedy into inspiration. Pete’s story is a testament to the power of love, the steadfastness of family, the generosity of strangers, and the compassion of crowds.
Genre: Non Fiction | Biographies & Memoirs

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Download Natural Disasters by Jack Goldstein,‎ Frankie Taylor (.ePUB)

101 Amazing Facts about Natural Disasters by Jack Goldstein,‎ Frankie Taylor
Requirements: ePUB Reader, 9.5 MB
Overview: What exactly is an avalanche? Why do tropical cyclones spin in different directions? What is the deadliest heat wave ever to have been recorded? And what are the three different types of lightning? All of this and more is revealed in this fantastic book containing over one hundred facts about the world’s most deadly natural disasters.

Covering floods, cyclones, landslides, avalanches, tsunamis, fires, earthquakes, blizzards, heatwaves, volcanoes and lightning, this is a fascinating addition to any fact-lover’s collection.
Genre: Science & Math > Earth Sciences > Natural Disasters

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Download In Conflict and Order by D. Stanley Eitzen et al (.PDF)

In Conflict and Order: Understanding Society (14th Edition) by D. Stanley Eitzen, Maxine Baca Zinn
Requirements: PDF Reader, 21,0 Mb
Overview: In Conflict and Order: Understanding Society examines society from a conflict perspective, prompting students to ponder one of the central questions of sociology: Who benefits from the existing customs and social order, and who does not? Via their conflict-centered approach, authors D. Stanley Eitzen, Maxine Baca Zinn, and Kelly Eitzen Smith offer a realistic appraisal of society and lead students to think critically about existing social arrangements with an eye toward restructuring society along more humane lines. The fourteenth edition offers expanded coverage of contemporary topics, including the changing economy and conflicts over immigration, to reinforce how the issues in today’s headlines can be understood through the lens of sociology.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Educational > Sociology

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Download Cybertheology by Antonio Spadaro (.EPUB)

Cybertheology: Thinking Christianity in the Era of the Internet by Antonio Spadaro
Requirements: ePUB Reader, 638 KB
Overview: Because the Internet has changed and is changing the ways in which we think and act, it must also be changing the ways in which we think Christianity and its theology. Cybertheology is the first book to explore this process from a Catholic point of view. Drawing on the theoretical work of authors such as Marshall McLuhan, Peter Levy, and Teilhard de Chardin, it questions how technologies redefine not only the ways in which we do things but also our being and therefore the way we perceive reality, the world, others, and God. “Does the digital revolution affect faith in any sense?” Spadaro asks. His answer is an emphatic Yes. But how, then, are we to live well in the age of the Internet?
Genre: Non-Fiction > Faith, Beliefs & Philosophy

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