The Best Damn Answers to Life’s Hardest Questions

The Best Damn Answers to Life’s Hardest Questions

Author: Tess Koman

Publisher: Workman Publishing

ISBN: 9781523501458

Category: Humor

Page: 113

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A hilarious and utterly relatable collection of flowcharts, rants, and lists about adulting. A humorous guide to adulthood in a collection of 54 charmingly illustrated flowcharts and pros-and-cons lists that each address an all-too-real question, from the mundane to the life-changing. Will I survive this hangover? (Probably not.) Should I cancel my plans? (YES! Cancel immediately.) Am I having a quarter-life crisis? (Probably.) Do I even like this person? (Nope, nope, nope.) This inspired book of humor disguised as invaluable advice is a gift to make anyone feel better, proving that every question, thought, and decision, no matter how ridiculous or irresponsible, is completely valid.

It's Been a Hard Life, I Just Make It Look Good

It's Been a Hard Life, I Just Make It Look Good

Author: K'Dee Talley

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 9781452059549

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 138

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This book tells the story of a young woman who grew up in a poor, single parent home, surrounded by drugs, violence, and welfare recipients. K'Dee was known to be smart, academically, but the question was: Did she have common sense? K'Dee has always aspired to have the finer things; however, life had a different plan. At a young age, she ran from her problems until she built up the courage to face them head on with prayer, perseverance, and persistence. If you want to know how she survived the pain, hurt, and agony of an abusive marriage, managed a family while moving ten times in one year, overcame depression, coped with the death of her mother, battled her own illness, and conquered love, while chasing her dreams...it's all here! Through it all, people wondered how she could wear a smile on her face, dress like a millionaire, and still be thankful to God. Through all that K'Dee was challenged with, she came out on the other side of life with self-esteem, expectations and standards as high as Mount Everest. This humorous, yet serious self-examination of K'Dee's life is no exception To The hard work she produces.

LIFE

LIFE

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Page: 114

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LIFE Magazine is the treasured photographic magazine that chronicled the 20th Century. It now lives on at LIFE.com, the largest, most amazing collection of professional photography on the internet. Users can browse, search and view photos of today’s people and events. They have free access to share, print and post images for personal use.

Life, Change and Eternity

Life, Change and Eternity

Author: BRAA KWAKU

Publisher: Trafford Publishing

ISBN: 9781466938243

Category: Self-Help

Page: 108

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Ive just made one of the most difficult decisions in my twenty-something years. It could be the worst, could as well be the best. Where do I go from here? But all I can say is, my life will never be the same againJohn Mark Ofori, character in the script. Life, Change, and Eternity is a story about how difficult it has become for humans, a society, or a person to move away from a particular way of lifemostly because they are familiar with their environment and are not motivated in any way to change practices. Change is a difficult decision to makewhether for good or bad. In the pages of this book, the writer portrays how important it is for a society or a person to embrace change and the consequences thereof. The foundation of the theme is seeded on two parallel events: a country facing an imminent presidential and parliamentary elections and a pastors son who is struggling to answer an alter call. Life, Change, and Eternity, read on . . .

Lost in Tibet

Lost in Tibet

Author: Stuart A. Ross

Publisher: Wordclay

ISBN: 9781604811858

Category: Travel

Page: 331

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Discouraged after a doctorate in psychology that did not reveal the secret to happiness he had been expecting, 35 year old Jonathon Drake rids himself of all possessions and embarks on a dangerous adventure into remote Tibet. Accompanied by a beautiful Tibetan woman with her own agenda, he sets out to deliver funds to rebuild a Buddhist monastery. Will his chance to seek enlightenment in this mythical, immutable setting lead to his goal or will he lose his soul in Katmandu? BASED ON A TRUE STORY "The author encounters life threatening events, temptations and seductions on his quest for true happiness." - Reverend Cinoevil

The Life and Afterlife of Gay Neighborhoods

The Life and Afterlife of Gay Neighborhoods

Author: Alex Bitterman

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9783030660734

Category: Political Science

Page: 427

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This open access book examines the significance of gay neighborhoods (or ‘gayborhoods’) from critical periods of formation during the gay liberation and freedom movements of the 1960s and 1970s, to proven durability through the HIV/AIDS pandemic during the 1980s and 1990s, to a mature plateau since 2000. The book provides a framework for contemplating the future form and function of gay neighborhoods. Social and cultural shifts within gay neighborhoods are used as a framework for understanding the decades-long struggle for LGBTQ+ rights and equality. Resulting from gentrification, weakening social stigma, and enhanced rights for LGBTQ+ people, gay neighborhoods have recently become “less gay,” following a 50-year period of resilience. Meanwhile, other neighborhoods are becoming “more gay,” due to changing preferences of LGBTQ+ individuals and a propensity for LGBTQ+ families to form community in areas away from established gayborhoods. The current ‘plateau’ in the evolution of gay neighborhoods is characterized by generational differences—between Baby Boom pioneers and Millennials who favour broad inclusivity—signaling various possible trajectories for the future ‘afterlife’ of these important LGBTQ+ urban spaces. The complicating impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic provides a point of comparison for lessons learned from gay neighborhoods and the LGBTQ+ community that bravely endured the onset of the HIV/AIDS pandemic. This book will be of interest to students and scholars in various disciplines—including sociology, social work, anthropology, gender and sexuality, LGTBQ+ and queer studies, as well as urban geography, architecture, and city planning—and to policymakers and advocates concerned with LGBTQ+ rights and social justice.

Esquire the Meaning of Life

Esquire the Meaning of Life

Author: Ryan D'Agostino

Publisher: Sterling Publishing Company, Inc.

ISBN: 1588166465

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 164

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Collects top-selected "What I've Learned" column interviews with leading figures in the entertainment, political and economic arenas, offering insight into the lives behind their personas while providing complementary photography by such artists as Brigitte Lacombe, Bruce Davidson and Petty Sirota.

September

September

Author: M.J. Viskocil

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9781105636301

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Page: 592

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Madly in Love with Me

Madly in Love with Me

Author: Christine Arylo

Publisher: New World Library

ISBN: 9781608680658

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 215

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"A coach and workshop leader offers advice, encouragement, and exercises for improving self-esteem, self-empowerment, and self-acceptance"--Provided by publisher.

The Dream Warrior

The Dream Warrior

Author: Anthony Chibbaro

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 9780595517121

Category: History

Page: 217

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With elements of suspense and emotion, The Dream Warrior is designed to capture the imagination as well as to provoke serious thought and reflection about one's life. It continually asks the question: "Does a man have but one destiny?" How does a man or woman get to be the person they become? What unknown forces determine what a person feels; what a person thinks; and what life a person gets to live? How does a person handle their thoughts and feelings? How does a person handle the adversities and challenges that they face throughout their life? And when a person reaches the "September of their years", what gives them satisfaction when they look back at their life?