Live. Save. Spend. Repeat. The Life You Want with the Money You Have

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Hieronymus Bosch (Best of) by Virginia Pitts Rembert
Live. Save. Spend. Repeat.: The Life You Want with the Money You Have by Kim Anderson
Hello Mornings: How to Build a Grace-Filled, Life-Giving Morning Routine by Kat Lee
Traditional Thai Yoga: The Postures and Healing Practices of Ruesri Dat Ton by Enrico Corsi, Elena Fanfani
Banned Questions About the Bible by Christian Piatt

Hieronymus Bosch (Best of) by Virginia Pitts Rembert

English | January 17th, 2012 | ASIN: B00J86V5PG, ISBN: 1906981418 | 283 Pages | EPUB | 12.49 MB

Hieronymus Bosch was painting terrifying, yet strangely likeable, monsters, long before computer games were invented, often with a touch of humour. His works are assertive statements about the mental dangers that befall those who abandon the teachings of Christ.
With a life that spanned from 1450 to 1516, Bosch was born at the height of the Renaissance and witnessed its wars of religion. Medieval traditions and values were crumbling, thrusting man into a new universe where faith had lost some of its power and much of its magic.
Bosch set out to warn doubters of the perils awaiting all and any who lost their faith in God. Believing that everyone had to make their own moral choices, he focused on themes of hell, heaven and lust. He brilliantly exploited the symbolism of a wide range of fruits and plants to lend sexual overtones to his themes.

Live. Save. Spend. Repeat.: The Life You Want with the Money You Have by Kim Anderson

English | October 4th, 2017 | ASIN: B07555L5N6, ISBN: 0736970886 | 256 Pages | EPUB | 1.84 MB

When life feels like a perpetual treadmill rather than a grand adventure, something is off. As bills increase, income seems to fall behind, and the economy wavers unreliably, you must figure out how to create the life you desire with the money you have rather than wish you had.
Discover a simple-to-implement plan that merges your unique life goals with your money—complete with concrete, workable how-tos each step of the way. No matter how much you earn, you can make strategic money moves that will build your confidence in your current financial standing and pave the way to achieving your most meaningful dreams.
There may be some speed bumps along the way, but you can move beyond the last-minute scramble and the daily grind. Embrace life’s adventure and spend without regrets as you learn how to manage your money—starting today.

Hello Mornings: How to Build a Grace-Filled, Life-Giving Morning Routine by Kat Lee

English | December 5th, 2017 | ASIN: B06XFR1S2P, ISBN: 0718094174 | 208 Pages | EPUB | 0.33 MB

Are you ready to wake up for your life and not just to your life?
Don’t worry; you don’t have to be a morning person to start each new day well. Join Kat Lee and thousands of women from countries around the world who have learned to maximize their mornings. In Hello Mornings, Kat introduces a simple yet powerful three-minute morning routine that integrates Bible study, planning, and fitness into a foundational morning habit that fits into every schedule. She then helps you build each of these core habits for life-long growth.
Everyone can find three minutes. And instead of adding one more thing to the list, Hello Mornings lifts the weight off women by revealing a grace-filled way to establish a powerful morning routine that offers
• a simple way to incorporate the most-sought-after daily habits into a simple morning routine: God. Plan. Move.
• the latest research on habit formation and development
• practical tools to help readers develop and grow their own personalized, adaptable plan for mornings
• stories of transformed mornings from women in every season and stage of life
Hello Mornings helps readers renovate their mornings to establish and grow a powerful daily routine—a long-term, Jesus-centered habit to anchor them in every season. Each morning can then become a launch pad into God’s amazing plan for their lives.

Traditional Thai Yoga: The Postures and Healing Practices of Ruesri Dat Ton by Enrico Corsi, Elena Fanfani

English | April 25th, 20081 | ASIN: B0082CXNQ6, ISBN: 1594772053 | 97 Pages | EPUB | 18.55 MB

A complete guide to the ancient technique of Ruesri Dat Ton, also known as Thai yoga
• Presents 60 step-by-step, illustrated exercises for self-healing and balanced well-being
• Reveals the practice and evolution of Thai yoga, said to have originated with Buddha’s physician, Jivaka Kumarabhaccha
• Explains how the postures allow individuals to rebalance the flow of energy in the body
Traditional Thai yoga—or Ruesri Dat Ton—is an individual yoga practice rooted in the ancient Ayurvedic tradition. It is comprised of exercises that—like the partnered practice of traditional Thai massage—originated with Buddha’s own physician, Jivaka Kumarabhaccha. Enrico Corsi and Elena Fanfani present, for the first time in English, 60 of these postures fully illustrated with step-by-step instructions designed to stimulate self-healing by rebalancing the flow of energy in the body.
Each of the postures works within the sen energy system that underlies Thai medicine. Fundamental to the practice is retention of the breath once the body has assumed the desired posture. The practitioner concentrates the breath on the place where the body is storing tension or dysfunction. When the breath is exhaled the body also expels the negative energy, allowing restorative energy to take its place.
The simple yet highly effective postures in Traditional Thai Yoga address many common ailments—including physical ailments of the back, knees, shoulders, hips, arms, feet, and neck and more generalized ailments such as nausea and shortness of breath—as well as offering exercises that promote weight loss, longevity, and overall balanced well-being.

Banned Questions About the Bible by Christian Piatt

English | March 31st, 2011 | ISBN: 0827202466 | 225 Pages | PDF | 0.74 MB

Where did Adam and Eve’s kids find spouses?Does God justify violence in scripture?Does the Bible call for sexual purity? (and what qualifies as pure and impure?)
Ever get the feeling that you can’t ask those kinds of questions at church? But if we can’t ask the tough, keep-you-awake-at-night questions within our faith communities, then what good are those communities? Listen in as more than a dozen contributors–whose ranks include a recovering consumer, a religious satirist, and a seminary president—discuss the questions your Sunday school teachers were afraid to answer.