This small book contains guidelines to maintaining a spiritual life while living in our complicated world. Twelve subject areas are highlighted including: Shame, family, male soul, loss and separation, handling stress, eliminating denial, risk taking, handling guilt, wellness in aging, finding your true self, forgiveness, and the Magical Child.
Compiled for your guitar playing and singing pleasures!
More than 8000 songs: Including New Top Hits, Billboard Top Hits 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s, 2000s, Acoustics, Love Songs, Alternative Rock, OPM, POP and many more.
The Song of Solomon describes the first love and marriage of Solomon before he became king. The Holy Spirit uses the Song to teach his people the ways, means, and joys of friendship and love, courtship and marriage, home and family.
For this songwriter, life is nothing but fodder for her music. As Kaley rides the rollercoaster of her teens, the shy and invisible girl must find her inner diva. Only when she can find her voice, can she finally speak.
Have a seat in the Chamber of Music. These thirteen stories will take you to distant lands of faerie lords, lovelorn angels, plucky skyship pilots and plague-ravaged scavengers. They will guide you through our dark histories, our heartbreaks, our losses and revenges; our triumphs, escapes, recoveries and redemptions. Proceeds from sales will be donated to Musicians Without Borders.
Magic is dying in the world and the age of humans has arrived . . . but the elves might have one last trick before they go. (This free short story is about 2600 words and the document includes a preview of No Beast so Fierce.)
Achille Morazzi, Maestro of fencing, was treacherously murdered. His son, Morazzi Junior, had to escape from Venice to save his life. On his way to Verona, Morazzi Junior spent the night in a cave and shared his meal with a statue of an ancient god. The god honestly paid the young man for his generosity.
Jammal, a merchant, by mistake freed Abd-al-Rashid, a djinni imprisoned in a gold pendant. The djinni repaid the merchant by becoming Jammal’s conscience. From that day on, whatever the merchant did, the incorruptible Conscience stood behind his left shoulder.