This is the second module in the Millennium Book series. It builds on the personal challenges covered in the first module and extends them into the realm of our social reality. Here we explore in depth the social challenges we will all face in the twenty-first century, both individually and globally.
In this short story "Time Like Masks," Carl must learn to overcome his worst fear. He discovers that his tribal culture has the answer. With the help of a distant relative and a lost Cherokee custom, he is empowered to confront the very thing that could destroy him.
The book “ Differences Between Japanese and Western Cultures In Business - A True Stoty” is a short piece of reading intended for all the readers interested in finding ways to manage multicultural clashes
Humanity is accustomed to feeling mature; despite the fact that compared to geomorphological age it is far from it, to put it mildly. Based on this comparison, we can conclude that we are still in childhood state. Maybe to some extent it is due to this that the current level of sensible activity of a human is not free from many natural laws, which often get ignored by theories of knowledge.
In this short story, "Our Dance," two cousins (one high spirited and the other too serious) receive a lump sum of money from the Kiowa Tribe of Oklahoma. Journey with these young men as they take missteps into adulthood and learn in both comical and cringing ways.
If you have switched to vegetarianism and wish to live a long, healthy and trouble-free life that consists of a nutritious diet, this book is your method of achieving this. The future health of your family is in your hands. Buy this book and learn how to grow your own healthy food! Don’t let go of this brilliant opportunity lest you end up with pesticide infested food.