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Deepak Chopra: Deepak Chopra Greatest Life Lessons and Best Quotes (spirituality, new age spirituality, be happy, healthy living, love, personal growth, … spirituality, personal growth)

by Karen Harris

Deepak Chopra: New Age Spirituality, New Thought and Spiritual Leader

The Most Powerful Life Lessons of one the most popular New Age Thought and Spirituality Leader, Deepak Chopra and his Best Quotes

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Deepak Chopra is an Indian-born American author and public speaker. He is an alternative medicine advocate and a promoter of popular forms of spirituality, who has been described by the New York Times as a “controversial New-Age guru” Through his books and videos; he has become one of the best-known figures in the holistic-health movement.

He is an spiritual leader and has helped millions of people improve the quality of their lives, and in this book I have tried to sum up some of his most important life lessons and philosophies of life, in an attempt to gather the wisdom he is already spreading with his life, books and seminars.

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Here Is A Preview Of What You’ll Learn…

  • Learn to let go
  • Break free from your ego
  • Start figuring out your purpose
  • You must open yourself up to all possibilities
  • You can find solace in stillness
  • It is not about the money
  • Deepak Chopra’s Best Quotes
  • Much, much more!

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It is for everyone to keep to achieve greatness

The author did a good job in compiling the most inspiration quotes of Deepak Chopra. The book is packed with quality information to help everyone be reminded on how to handle failure and rejections, to be break free from fear of failure, how to keep trying and not taking failure personally, not to feed negative emotions, the power of meditation to promote stillness in the midst of chaos and a lot more! This is a must-read book for everyone who wants to further improve their lives.

Allona Keller

Deepak Chopra is genius!

I am a person who is really into alternative medicine and generally alternative things such as meditation, and lets say Asian mindset, even though I am born in most Western world. To be honest, I just recently heard of Deepak in some documentary about spirituality and he left a great impact on me, so I decided to get to know more about him. And this book was one of the first things I started to read about him, and wow I must say, I am even more impressed. Great, inspirational quotes!

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Deepak Chopra philosophy of life can help you be more happy, improve your relationships with your family and beloved ones and enjoy life to the fullest.

Don’t wait till it is too late; we only have one life! … Let’s live it to the fullest!

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The Targeting of Myron May: FSU Shooter, A Life Discredited and Destroyed (Mind Control Technology book series 5)

by Renee M.

“My deepest regret is that I did not make

a more diligent effort of documenting my

experiences as a targeted individual along the

way; however, this document is my feeble attempt at recounting my experiences thus far.

First off, to anyone that may read this document, take a brief moment to pray for my soul. What I am about to do I have deep regret for; however, I feel that my options are extremely limited.

Because I am a targeted individual,

everything has been taken away from me.

I have literally been robbed of life through psychological, financial, and emotional hardship…”

November 17, 2014 Excerpt from Myron May: “My Experiences of Being Targeted.”

On November 20, 2014, at 12:26 a.m., a Myron De Shawn May, entered Florida State University, Strozier Library, and opened fire injuring three, two of whom were students, and the third an alum employee.

The media reported that by 12:30 a.m., a mere

4 minutes later, May lay face down, dead, after

a hail of bullets just outside the library door by law enforcement after refusing to relinquish his weapon. Initial media reports vary as to whether he shot first.

Prior to the shooting, Myron May via certified mail sent out ten packages to various associates and social network contacts across the United States hoping to detail his story after his death. He strategically planned for the packages to arrive to each person the day after the shooting.

Although the Postal Inspector, and FBI,

intercepted and confiscated the packages across the United States, weeks later six letters would surface which May created and were likely inside the packages.

The letters provide insight into the anguish and a well organized mind that had, it appears, “devised a scheme” for permanent emotional relief. These letters laid the foundation for this book.

This book is his detailed account of why.

On the Drop Side of Yonder: Memories of Girlhood in 1930s America

by Jacqueline Brunais

Wonder what it was like to grow up in a small town in America during the 1930s? Whether sneaking into the train depot to surreptitiously tap out Morse code, spying on horse-drawn carriages heading for town or rolling bandages for soldiers, Jacqueline Brunais (nee Breniser) didn’t miss much as she grew up in Gregory, Michigan. She describes what happened when the Ku Klux Klan came to town, the men’s jawboning in her father’s filling station and how her great-aunt slaughtered chickens with her two hands and a knife, exacerbating the young girl’s fear of birds. Brunais describes her strange and wonderful relatives, delves into the customs and mores of the time, details her experience in a three-room schoolhouse, talks about what teens did for amusement when all they had at their disposal was (if they were lucky) a wind-up phonograph and some 78 RPM records. She offers a fascinating glimpse at small-town life, the sometimes odd behavior of the inhabitants of Gregory and the limitation imposed on girls and women at the time. Her intimate scenes of family life offer a look at the discipline of the time and the effects of an emotionally distant father on the family. The ordinary details of life are juxtaposed with the big world events of the time, creating a sense of immersion in the 1930s and 1940s.

Black Knights: On the Bloody Road to Baghdad (Blood and Treasure Book 1)

by Oliver Poole

The riveting â??Band of Brothers’ tale of a young British journalist embedded in a US tank corps known as the Black Knights as they spearheaded the push into Baghdad in spring 2003.

Black Knights is an extraordinarily vivid, gripping and moving fly-on-the-wall account of what frontline combat action meant in the first major war of the twenty-first century. Written by a young journalist who was the only British daily newspaper reporter to be embedded with the US military during the operation in Iraq, this book unflinchingly describes the modern face of battle, and the young soldiers who fought in it.

The tank and infantry company known as the ‘Black Knights’ was the first unit in the US Third Infantry Division to engage in combat when, twelve hours after crossing the Kuwait border, it helped seize Tallil airfield. Eight hundred miles and almost a month later, it headed a column that fought its way through Republican Guard units on the outskirts of Baghdad and led the advance from the west into the centre of Saddam Hussein’s capital.

By the time the first statues of Saddam were toppled in Baghdad, the soldiers had been through a terrifying baptism of fire – and had inflicted terrible casualties on the Iraqis. How did the troops – many of them under the age of twenty, some of whom had only recently acquired US citizenship – cope with fear and injury? How did they react to the killing? How were they changed by war? What, finally, was the impact on the people of Baghdad?

Oliver Poole shared the soldiers’ food, living space and dangers, becoming their confidant and a sounding-board for all their hopes and fears. He has written a remarkably frank and revealing narrative – testimony as much to his own courage and writing skills as to the bravery and professionalism of the combatants.

Heart Attack!

by Juliana DeLion

As an American, having grown up in Java Indonesia, Juliana DeLion tends to perceive life and its solutions in a unique way that combines the values of both worlds. Chagrined by a cardiac event that stopped her in her tracks at 51, she found herself reevaluating priorities and values, making major life changes that impact the rest of her life. Thankfully, that life still exists to be changed.

Origin of Abbadabba & Other Mobster Nicknames

by Craig Fraley


Have you ever wondered why so many mobsters have nicknames? Some are derived from a mispronunciation of their given name. Others are based on a physical attribute, a habit, hobby, accident or deed.

Few pinned the moniker on themselves, while most were given a nickname by associates, victims, and opportunistic reporters looking to create sensational headlines.

Join me as we explore how these mobsters earned their nicknames and ultimately how they died.

A New Heaven and a New Earth

by Yeshayahu Harsit

Yeshayahu Harsit was born in 1934 in Warsaw, under the name of Stasio Porcelina to aged parents. On September 1 1939, Stasio’s

childhood is brutally interrupted forever by the German bombers overhead. Thus begins his odyssey of escape, starvation, poverty,

loss, and the incessant struggle for survival in the Asian steppes of the Soviet Union.

After World War II, he makes his way through DP camps, meeting General Eisenhower and making his way to Israel, a new land under

a new heaven. Now known as Yeshayahu, the protagonist joins the nascent Israeli Air Force.

Yeshayahu’s achievements, professional and personal, highlight a life story that is rich and full of action. He writes down his story

lovingly, tearfully, yet with a smile; his family stands as a solid rock of safety, a protective oasis to be left for posterity.

Above all, this book shines with Yeshayahu’s great love for Israel- the only land he can call home â?? a place to protect, cherish,

cultivate and make better. Yeshayahu Harsit came to Israel in 1948. An Israeli Air Force navigator,he took part in Israel’s wars

and in many operations, some of which are still secret. He held senior positions in the IAF, such as Deputy Wing Commander,

Air Attaché in the UK and Scandinavia, and Chief of Organization and Planning. He is currently an active volunteer in several fields, including the Resurrection to Heaven program, which he helped found. He is married to Zipi, father of Anat, Dafna, and Irit, and grandfather of nine.

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