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Warren Buffett: 20 Life Tips To Get Control Over Your Life And Gain Success: (Warren Buffet Biography, Business Success, The Essays of Warren Buffett, Lessons For Corporate America)

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20 Life Tips To Get Control Over Your Life And Gain Success

Are you interested in becoming successful? Do you want to make some changes in your life but you are not sure where to start? If you have answered affirmatively to either of these two questions, this book is the ideal resource for your needs. Once you discover the words of wisdom from Warren Buffett, you can never go back to the way things were.

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  • Who is Warren Buffett – you will learn his whole life story, starting with his first stock acquisition and reaching as far as the present days
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A Life Half Lived: A True Story of Love, Addiction, Tragedy, and Hope

by Darryl Rodgers

Twenty year-old Speedy Chase Rodgers seemed to have it all. His family loved him dearly. His generosity and sense of humor made him popular among his peers. His speed, agility, and competitive nature made him a force to be reckoned with on the football field. Young ladies were drawn to his good looks, quiet charm, and spontaneity. How will his family and friends cope when Chase makes choices that ultimately lead to his death in a tragic car wreck? A Life Half Lived gives the reader a glimpse inside the modern drug culture and the consequences that come with it.

The Possible Happiness of Life – Part I

by Michael Hathaway

This is the rich memoir of an adventurous life of high spirits and deep curiosity, of exploring many countries, languages and cultures; of passionate social and environmental commitments and of joyous appreciation for the truly wondrous worlds of spirituality, love and sexuality. He has been fascinated by Life’s mysteries from an early age.

There’s much to cover: { } Years at Stanford, learning to flourish in the normal world. { } Exciting and challenging years of graduate work in Russian and Czech at Harvard, and universities in Prague and in divided Berlin, with communist East Germany close in all around. Developing a sense of Europe and Europeans.

{ } Restoring a 400-year-old ruined stone house on the Magical Greek Isle of Hydra.

{ } Stories of the long struggle to end the war in Vietnam.

{ } Work at an early think tank, where he encountered an unending parade of distinguished thinkers and doers. Ecologist Paul Ehrlich, religious historian Eliade, a hundred more. { } He lived in the full flow of the all-engulfing social, cultural and political ferment of the S. Cal 60’ies. He here shares his underground work with the radical New Adult Community, ardent social pioneers.

{ } Creating the Calendar of Contemporary Saints, books about admirable “saints for today.”{ } Spiritual retreat time in a Tibetan Buddhist monastery near Kathmandu, encouraged by his best friend. Then, spiritually somewhat deeper but physically 56 pounds lighter, hepatitis followed, with great weakness and a year’s slow recovery.

{ } Falling in love with the great city of San Francisco, and West Sonoma County. He ran “Magical Premises,” a spiritually- and activist-oriented boarding house, entering into the freewheeling and passionate San Francisco Bay Area life.

{ } Environmental activism with David Brower at Friends of the Earth, and co-founding Earth Island Institute which now, 35 years later, has 64 projects. Michael witnessed the movement’s emerging vigor, urgency, power and proliferation of purposes. We organized four major biennial “Fate of the Earth Conferences.” Michael was invited to the founding congress of the German Greens party. He co-led tours venturing into the (then our â??enemy’) Soviet Union, as part of the new opening up, where Mikhail Gorbachev soon surfaced. He co-led in publishing an eco-newspaper at the U. N.’s 2nd Session on Nuclear Disarmament.

{ } As the AIDS epidemic arose, Michael took care of sickened friends and others in the San Francisco epicenter, and raised money to help exhausted caregivers. Midst the fear and suffering there was a great deal of love, and both practical and spiritual learnings. (You learn some about his loves with women, but guess that his far more frequent yearnings have been for men.)

{ } His appreciative reviews here of the original productions of HAIR (in New York), the Cirque du Soleil, Ballets Trocadero, of the original S. Cal Renaissance Faire and Santa Barbara Summer Solstice parades are happy demonstrations of their mostly unnoted spiritual dimensions.

{ } He became interested in spiritual exploration, through meditation, time in nature, fasting, Sufi dancing and taking magical substances. Parties came to mean more, as celebrations, expressions of deep sharing and joy. He came to understand the essence of celebration, and chose celebration as his basic stance in life.

{ } Living in spectacular Nature in Big Sur, West Sonoma and Greece, . He fell in love with the wonderful gardening-and-social-change community of OAEC in Occidental there, volunteering for 10 years in their spectacular organic gardens, where they grow some 4,000 varieties of vegetables, herbs, fruit and flowers. He hopes that he conveys some of their inspiring mood. { } Finally, this book is an enthusiastic praise of Life’s possibilities, and a heartfelt encouragement to live Life as joyously and zestily as we dare.

Four Years of Rebel Fight (Abridged, Annotated)

by John Will Dyer

When former Confederate sergeant John Dyer sat down to write this engaging memoir, his goal was to tell the story of the rank and file soldiers who were mostly anonymous. What he wrote was an often witty, sometimes sad, but very good history of his time in the Kentucky 1st Cavalry Regiment.

Through the entire war, Dyer and his comrades faced death by bullet, shell, and starvation, while managing to keep their spirits up in a losing cause. Of his former foes, he wrote:

I write this from a Southern standpoint, but I can assure my brother who wore the blue that he will find nothing in these pages derogatory to the reputation of a brave and true soldier.

The book is filled with plenty of thrilling action, and Dyer is very modest in his account of his own bravery. He was part of Jeff Davis’ escort at the end of the war and was with him when Davis got the telegram of Lincoln’s assassination. He also recounts sweet stories like this one:

“Immediately every voice on the boat joined in the singing, and, although the old song is full of pathos and susceptible of great effects, and I have heard it sung many times under all sorts of circumstances, I have never known it sung with so much feeling and effect as on that occasion. Men, with the tears streaming down their cheeks, rushed into each other’s arms as brother to brother and I have often thought that heaven opened her gates and rejoiced at the sight. The captain, a grizzled old veteran, was standing on the roof, and, gulping down a sob, said to the pilot, ‘Run her slow, Jim, don’t land till the boys get over this.'”

Every memoir of the American Civil War provides us with another view of the catastrophe that changed the country forever.

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The Tip Jar

by Viorica Culea

In 1995, Viorica Culea was adopted from a

Romanian orphanage.

She was adopted by an abusive alcoholic;

her adoptive father failed to protect her

from her mother’s drunken rage.

She went through years of verbal and some

physical abuse by her adoptive parents but

was strong enough to remove herself from

the toxic situation.

Viorica always had a curiosity to find her

family back in Romania, but her adoptive

parents discouraged it and made attempts

to prevent her from discovering her roots.

It took her several years to find her family,

but with scary tenacity, she made it


Her journey is full of unexpected twists

and turns, but she learns that everything

happens for a reason. Most importantly

Viorica learns never to give up.





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