Author: María Fernanda Centeno
Acepta el desafío de entender tu letra para atraer el amor, el dinero y la prosperidad. ¿Sabías que tu letra revela cómo es tu carácter y tu sexualidad? ¡¡¡Ups!!! Descubre con Maria Fernanda Centeno qué es la grafología, qué misterios encierra y cómo utilizarla para mejorar en todos los aspectos. Es verdad: tu letra indica cuáles son tus preferencias y temores, incluso cómo eres respecto al manejo del dinero, el amor y la vida social, si tiendes a ser infiel o cuál es tu actitud frente a los problemas. En Grafomaniatics María Fernanda Centeno te ofrece ejercicios divertidos, consejos invaluables y los mejores tips para transformar positivamente tu personalidad. Lo que algunas personalidades han opinado sobre la autora: "Para mí, Maryfer es como mi hija, lo digo de corazón; la quiero y la admiro mucho, pienso que además de ser una mujer muy preparada es muy intuitiva y tiene algo de magia que la envuelve." - Carla Estrada, reconocida productora de telenovelas y programas de entretenimiento en México "El alumno supera al maestro... y esa frase se cumplió." - Maricarmen Muñoz, primer grafóloga en Mexico "Este libro no es más que una muestra de lo que María Fernanda es capaz de hacer con sus conocimientos: cambiar la vida de una persona, descubrir grafológicamente si has hecho algo mal. Te hará sentir, reconocer y valorar lo que tienes, siempre llenándote de optimismo. Te invito a que entres al mundo de María Fernanda, quedarás atrapado y no podrás dejarla ir, te volverás adicto a sus palabras, siempre sabias; y una recomendación, no te dejes engañar por su apariencia juvenil, sabe mucho más de lo que te imaginas." - Marco Flavio Cruz, actor y célebre productor de espectáculos musicales y telenovelas "Mi tocaya lucha, sin pensarlo dos veces, por hacer relucir la verdad. Su trabajo es asombroso, porque además lo comparte con una sencillez y claridad a la que muchos aspiran y pocos acceden. Ella me demostró que mi mente no sólo le da forma a mi escritura y me delata ante el ojo entrenado, sino que transformar mi forma de escribir ¡¡¡puede generar cambios drásticos en la forma en que me comporto!!! Por toda su labor social desinteresada pero no por ello menos comprometida y su entereza, amén de un trato dulce y amable, me atrevo recomendar muuuuy ampliamente este escrito maravilloso." - Fernanda Tapia, locutora, conductora, productora, periodista, guionista y conferencista "Sin duda Mary Fer Centeno sabe mucho de Grafología. Pero no dudo que además tiene un talento, un don especial, para ver en la letra cosas que no ven los demás grafólogos. Es especial." - Gus Rodríguez, guionista de programas de televisión, humorista creativo y director de escena
Showing how to employ graphology to analyse personality, career options and relationships, this volume is part of the DK secrets of ... series which offers a juxtaposition of theory and practice, providing full explanations in an attempt to demystify each subject and show how best to apply it.
This book is a series of essays in the area of current culture and its defects, Christian religious belief, and other political and philosophical issues. A number of topics are considered in the book including he continued re-emergence of the church in African and Asia, the meaning of poverty and its implication for Christians in the life of Christ and the church, the status of women in the Church, the issue of abortion, the contrast between the visible and invisible church, and the interaction between Christ and culture. Other essays consider the role and nature of Satan, Jesus as revolutionary, and the existence of angels and demons. In addition, some essays include an analysis of the decline of the American Middle Class, the nature of American Culture, the “money culture”, and many other topics which no doubt will be of value and interest to the reader.
The Four Questions
Author: Byron Katie
A fable for all ages from world-renowned teacher Byron Katie. Bestselling author Byron Katie and accomplished, award-winning illustrator Hans Wilhelm team up for a modern retelling of the classic folktale oChicken Littleo-reimagined through the lens of Byron Katie's world-famous philosophy for living known as The Work. Written for adults and children alike, in the form of a full-color, illustrated book, the wisdom contained in this beautiful work can have a profound effect on readers young and old.
A Foretaste of Heaven
Author: Sean L. Brereton
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
More than ever, the pursuit of love becomes lost in the desert of desire and passion. Disappointment, hurt and regret are usually common feelings afterwards. Is there a remedy? How can we avoid such heart-breaking situations? What can we do differently that will help us find the true love we seek and build solid relationships that last? In A Foretaste of Heaven, Brereton answers these questions and offers readers hope. His wisdom, practical advice and insight prescribe the antidote for anyone seeking but failing to find true love. Through his own story, Brereton provides proof and explains how the path to happiness intersects with the word of God. God's Word offers you guidance and hope, as long as you are willing to seek it out and accept it. When one roots their relationship in Christ, they create a strong and lasting covenant of love, commitment, and faith. Return to God's plan and reap the rewards of what a true and honest courtship can bring to your life.
Author: Xavier F. Salomon, Letizia Treves, María Álvarez-garcill
Publisher: Frick Collection
"This catalogue is published in conjunction with the exhibition Murillo: The Self-Portraits, on view at The Frick Collection (October 31, 2017-February 4, 2018) and at the National Gallery, London (February 28-May 21, 2018)."
Gabe and Goon
Author: Iza Trapani
Publisher: Charlesbridge Publishing
Monsters are real! But, so are little boys. Gabe longs to encounter a real, live monster. And tonight’s his lucky night because hiding in Gabe's closet is real-live monster and easily spooked, Goon, wishes to keep away from the outside world— especially those scary little beings called children. When the two meet, Goon can't scare Gabe no matter how hard he tries. But an unsuccessful monster makes for a great friend when the boy is actually scared. Best-selling author/illustrator Iza Trapani uses humorous rhyme to share a spirited story of unexpected friendship.
Azalea is not happy about being dropped off to look after Grandmother Clark. Even if she didn't care that much about meeting the new sixth graders in her Texas hometown, those strangers seem much preferable to the ones in Paris Junction. Talk about troubled Willis DeLoach or gossipy Melinda Bowman. Who needs friends like these! And then there's Billy Wong, a Chinese-American boy who shows up to help in her grandmother's garden. Billy's great-aunt and uncle own the Lucky Foods grocery store, where days are long and some folks aren't friendly. For Azalea, whose family and experiences seem different from most everybody she knows, friendship has never been easy. Maybe this time, it will be. Inspired by the true accounts of Chinese immigrants who lived in the American South during the civil rights era, these side by side stories--one in Azalea's prose, the other in Billy's poetic narrative--create a poignant novel and reminds us that friends can come to us in the most unexpected ways.
Finding the Blue Sky
Author: Joseph Emet
Joseph Emet explores the intersection between Positive Psychology--the study of what makes people happy--and the ancient wisdom of Buddhism. Positive Psychology—with its focus not on mental "disease," but rather on what actually makes people happy—has revolutionized the way that we look at mental health. What many people don't realize, however, is that Positive Psychology is not as young a field of inquiry as we think. In fact, according to Joseph Emet, the original positive thinker was the Buddha himself. In this wise and inspiring book, Emet traces the fascinating intersection between the age-old wisdom of Buddhism and the latest scientific research into what makes people happy. In this book readers will discover: * How to replace negative thinking with positive thinking * How to move from frenzied thinking to quiet contemplation * The duty we have to others to live a happy life As Joseph explains in this work, the blue sky of happiness is found just beyond the grey clouds of sadness, everyday concerns, stress, or anxiety. Readers will find that the advice in this book can act as the gentle wind that clears those clouds away. From the Trade Paperback edition.
Gone to Dust
Author: Liliana Hart
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
The Gravediggers aren’t exactly what they seem. They’re the most elite of the world’s fighting forces—and all they have in common is that they’ve been betrayed by the countries they’ve died for. Because they are dead. To their country, their military, and their families. Sometimes the dead do rise.... Miller Darling is one of the most popular romance novelists of her time. Not bad for a woman who doesn’t believe in romance. She’s as logical as they come, and she doesn’t believe in happily-ever-afters. What she does believe in is family, so when her brother disappears, she doesn’t think twice about packing her bag and her laptop and heading out to find him. Elias Cole lived and breathed the life of a Navy SEAL. Now he’s “dead” and his hero’s honor tarnished. The only thing keeping him sane are the men who are like him—The Gravediggers—and the woman who makes his head spin. He’s never met anyone like Miller Darling. Her smart mouth and quick wit keep him on his toes, and damned if he doesn’t find that appealing. When Miller receives a package from the brother who abandoned her asking for help, it’s clear she’s in over her head with the mess he’s gotten himself into. She needs a professional, and Elias is just the man for the job. Only her brother is a former SEAL—the man who left his team to die—and Elias is more interested in vengeance than saving his life.
Text, Don't Call
Author: Aaron Caycedo-Kimura
An illustrated guide to the challenges and pleasures of the introverted life Introversion is "in." But there are still many misconceptions about introverts in the world. They're shy. Anti-social. They don't want to have close relationships. They're all cat people. They don't like big parties (okay, that last one might be true). INFJoe, the cartoon persona of artist and introvert Aaron Caycedo-Kimura, is here to set the record straight. Filled with charming comic book style illustrations, this book provides invaluable insights into the introverted life with plenty of humor and wit. Full of moments that will make introverts say, "That's so me!" as well as helpful tips on surviving at parties and in the workplace, Text, Don't Call is the perfect gift for your quiet friends, or the extroverted ones who could use some help to better understand the introverts in their lives.
Author: Giulia Malerba, Febe Sillani
An international phenomenon, this gorgeous hardback guides young readers and adults on an illustrated voyage into the foods and ingredients of the six continents with New Zealand, Australia and Fiji here representing Oceania. Food Atlas has sold over 150,000 copies worldwide and Oratia is proud to bring an English edition Down Under in time for Christmas.
A collection of twelve stories featuring the curious monkey named George and his friends include George flying a kite, visiting the dog show, learning about animal tracks, and helping the librarian.
In the tradition of Celestial Gallery and Goddesses of the Celestial Gallery, Romio Shrestha’s latest art book gathers striking Tibetan-style mandala paintings featuring the Buddha. These hauntingly powerful paintings depict the life of the deity in eloquent detail and render postmodern interpretations of an age-old Tibetan artistic tradition in which images are painstakingly created using malachite, lapis, and marigolds, and painted at times with three hairs of a cat’s tail. These exquisite portrayals of the celestial spheres, known as mandalas, invite viewers to meditate on the Buddha’s message of love, completion, and connectedness. Also available in a lavishly illustrated oversize edition