The Other Side and Back offers an unprecedented and comprehensive look at how the afterlife affects us in this life. Discover: astonishing insights into our everyday contact with guides and angels; the truth about hauntings, and why we should not be afraid; how psychics can solve missing persons cases and even murders; how psychic energy can keep us healthy and improve our relationships; why we should not fear death or ageing; the afterlife, and how we can all maintain contact with our loved ones; reincarnation, and how we can all discover our past lives; Easy exercises to promote healing, discover past lives, improve relationships, contact loved ones, create joy and much more; must-read predictions for the 21st century
A gripping and beautifully written dystopian page-turner from New York Times bestselling author and National Book Award finalist ALLEGRA GOODMAN. In the eighteenth glorious year of Enclosure, long after The Flood, a young girl named Honor moves with her parents to Island 365 in the Tranquil Sea. Life on the tropical island is peaceful—there is no sadness and no visible violence in this world. Earth Mother and her Corporation have created New Weather. The sky is always blue and it almost never rains. Every family fits into its rightful, orderly, and predictable place… Except Honor’s. Her family does not follow the rules. They ignore curfew, sing songs, and do not pray to Earth Mother. Honor doesn’t fit in with the other children at the Old Colony School. Then she meets Helix, a boy with a big heart who slowly helps her uncover a terrible secret about the Island: Sooner or later, those who do not fit disappear, and they don’t ever come back. Honor knows her family could be next, and when the unthinkable happens, she must make the dangerous journey to the Other Side of the Island—before Earth Mother comes for her too…
Farah Ahmedi recounts her heartbreaking journey from war-torn Kabul to America in her New York Times bestselling inspirational memoir. Farah Ahmedi's "poignant tale of survival" (Chicago Tribune) chronicles her journey from war to peace. Equal parts tragedy and hope, determination and daring, Ahmedi's memoir delivers a remarkably vivid portrait of her girlhood in Kabul, where the sound of gunfire and the sight of falling bombs shaped her life and stole her family. She herself narrowly escapes death when she steps on a land mine. Eventually the war forces her to flee, first over the mountains to refugee camps across the border, and finally to America. Ahmedi proves that even in the direst circumstances, not only can the human heart endure, it can thrive. The Other Side of the Sky is "a remarkable journey" (Chicago Sun-Times), and Farah Ahmedi inspires us all.
I want to take my readers in to the world of Past Life Regression, and help them understand that there is another life that we indeed do live. Some of us remember, some of us believe we are just dreaming, when in fact we are having flashbacks of our previous life. My story is true, and given in much detail to help one comprehend all the emotions felt during my past life, and how it revealed itself in to my present day life. The journey is a long, enlightening, and sometimes painful, but bittersweet.
In a world filled with glitz and glamour, baller style, Azaria is at the top of the chain.But there is one thing that is elusive from her - the commodity of love and family. Azaria lost her mom two years ago - the only family shes known. But her childhood friend, Magic, was always there. One morning Azaria is rudely awakened with a hangover from the previous nights festivities by total strangers that would later become her family and love that once was far-fetched.
Mac Lewis was a crew boat operator for a small boat rental company. On that blistering Louisiana afternoon, he was to conduct crewmembers of a large, inland oil-drilling barge to the latest drilling station. It was business as usual, and he brought his rowdy, roughneck farers to work without much ado. When night descended upon the waters, however, Mac found himself unable to sleep. After much tossing and turning to the sound of heavy drilling engines and clanging of pipes, he finally drifted into a listless sleep. However, Mac would wake up to an entirely new realm of existence. The clanging sounds and thunderous drilling were gone, to be replaced by an eerie quiet, a most unusual phenomenon in the midst of a drilling station. Not only that, but he would begin to realize that his entire body was different, too different to be his ? too different to be a man?s. With the final, unmistakable assessment to verify that his manhood was nonexistent, the unbelievable reality set in with dawning horror. Mac was now a man in a woman?s body. Who was this woman and why was he in her body? Why had it happened? Where in the world was he? The questions would come forth unrestrained and unanswered. Thus, begins the greatest adventure of Mac?s life, a surreal adventure indeed as, for the first time, he would view the world through the other side of the gender fence ? with the eyes, body, and life of a woman. As the questions drive him to seek for answers, he would find out just how it would feel to literally be in a woman?s shoes, dodging compromising situations, experiencing a much heightened danger on the streets and the ever-present emotions that course through a woman?s being. Lucas? The Other Side is absolutely riveting, a compelling read that readers will find hard to put down.
In the 1930's, H.L. Mencken said of the people who fled the dust bowl, "They are simply, by God's inscrutable will, inferior men, and inferior they will remain until by a stupendous miracle, He gives them equality among his angels." This is the story of one such "inferior" man. We first meet Jared as a child, walking away from the Kansas Dustbowl with his mother. We watch him grow in Tucumcari, New Mexico. When his mother dies, he is adopted by a physician who raises Jared there. Along the difficult road to adulthood, he meets an old Civil War veteran, who tells him long tales of Mr. Lincoln's Army and instills in the boy a sense of duty and honor. This is a Novel about the power of relationships: Jared's father, his mother, the doctor, the Civil War veteran, and the effects of these relationships on a boy who grows to manhood influenced by them all.
Every French woman knows about 'le coup de foudre', the thunderbolt of love at first sight that changes your life forever. But romance is the last thing on the mind of Jacqueline Marechal when the young Parisian woman arrives in Cologne in 1963, during the days leading to Carnival. All she wants is relief from her rigid family environment, and to bide her time while she devises a plan to escape even farther, all the way to America. Until she meets Rainer Heinrich. A self-professed cynic, German student Rainer Heinrich doesn't believe in love. He is content to observe its ravages from afar and relish his own carefree life. Until he meets Jacqueline Marechal. With the fearless innocence of young love, they trust that the intensity of their feelings will overcome national borders and centuries-old prejudices. Yet the forever happiness they promise each other is not meant to be. The opposition of her parents soon forces them apart. But they never forget. When their paths cross again two decades later, they finally confront the youthful fantasies that shaped their lives. From historic Boston suburbs to glamorous European cities, they must face The Other Side of Forever.