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Salt & Light Being the Hands & Feet of Christ (in a dangerous & cruel world)

SALT & LIGHT is a combination of biblical scripture and personal experience that deals with the situations and encounters that are generally seen as not being congruent with the morality, spirituality or belief structures held by most people, civilian or sworn. In this book, Poole aims to expose the reader to some of the characteristics in the police culture that only exacerbates difficulties the Christian police officer must face in their work and service of God. Poole’s ambition for this book is a hope that in reviewing its chapters the reader will be provided with the tools through scripture to become a true servant, whether a believer in Christ or not. Salt & Light will give officers a path to fixing their Christian identities and utilizing their beliefs while in the performance of their duties. Throughout this book, Poole helps others to gain a simple understanding of the difficulties faced as public servants and the circumstances that clash with the Christian tenets they may hold. Exposing faults in policing, Salt offers a plan through scripture that will heal our nation and our identities as Christians. Poole’s personal stories about his battle with alcoholism and anxiety, give witness to God’s grace and amazing love in living testament. Evidence of God’s mercy is found throughout Salt’s chapters, and examples of how and why we share that mercy, are abundant.


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Comfort & Joy book one: forgiveness

The only source of true comfort & joy is the Lord Jesus Christ. In this book about forgiveness, you will learn ways to access the fullness of Christ by letting go of those hurtful things from the past that keep dragging you down. So often in life, we are held back by our past. We have been hurt by others, or we've done things we are ashamed of, and feel like no one understands or could possibly forgive us. Jesus does understand and He will forgive you, no matter what you have done. Letting go of the past, forgiving and forgetting our past hurts, shame, fears, resentments, and grief will free us to move forward and be all that God wants us to be. He has a plan for us, a future full of happiness, comfort & joy, if only we will let Him.


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Shine His Light

Life is the journey we take on our way to Heaven. It's not easy, it's not pretty, and sometimes, it's downright difficult. However, we have an Advocate unlike any other, Jesus Christ. In Shine His Light, the author uses scriptures and her own life lessons to help others get through the bumpy spots.


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The Self-Reliant Survival Book

SURVIVE ANY CRISIS WITH A HOLISTIC APPROACH

The focus of this book is self-reliance, and survival with access to a minimum amount of equipment or additional resources. In a survival situation, access to external supplies and equipment may not be possible. For that reason, a person must learn to survive on the supplies and equipment that are available to them.

Survival is not only about having resources, survival also requires the correct mindset. In preparing for a survival situation, do not neglect the spiritual and mental aspects of survival. Even with all of the proper gear and survival items, survival is not guaranteed. This book approaches survival from a holistic point of view. That is, the three aspects of a person; spiritual, mental, and physical. Even if no resources are available, the advice discussed in this book can get you through even the most challenging of circumstances.

While the book discusses the ending of the world as we know it, to find yourself in a “world altering scenario” does not require a world altering event. Major natural disasters and even some minor natural disaster can alter the world you which live in. Truly, the difference between an end of the world as we know it event and a serious natural disaster is the length of the change after the event has occurred.

This book provides the guidance and instruction so you can survive in any type of situation with a minimal amount of equipment and supplies. The rational is this, if survival is possible with the minimal amount of equipment and supplies then survival with “nice to haves” will be even easier.

My ultimate goal for each of you during an emergency is to survive the disaster or catastrophic event in order that you can live.

Readiness/Survival/Emergency/Disaster

Other Books:

Texas Border Trouble: Fiction-Action/Adventure/Drama

A Night in the Woods: Fiction-Action/Adventure/Drama

The World Reset: Epic Fiction-Action/Adventure/Drama

Battle for Your Soul:Deep State Attack: Non-Fiction-Survival/Religion/Readiness


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The Vote

This book identifies the current aberration in the voting regulations of most states while addressing and revealing why they should not exist and proffering solutions to how the laws can be amended to favor anyone who pays their tax to the U.S. and State governments or have one way, or another obtained their citizenship with the country.


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Why You Running??

Over the years, there have been sad and tragic encounters of people with police officers in most countries, but we specifically refer to the U.S.A in this book. A recurring one is as a result of racial discrimination and profiling.


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Warriors and Fools: How America's Leaders Lost the Vietnam War and Why It Still Matters

 

Warriors and Fools is not just another book about the Vietnam War.  It is different from most.  Unlike some others, the author is a veteran of that conflict, and a retired military officer with nearly-thirty years’ service.  He has spent much of the last three decades studying the war and taught a course on Vietnam at a prestigious senior military war college.

This book is also different from others because it is a story not just of the American decisions and actions during the war.  This Vietnam War story uses the latest, ground breaking research and released documentation of the war from the Communist Vietnamese side of the conflict.   Consequently, the book delves deeply into the decision making, strategies, motives, and goals of the North Vietnam leaders as they waged their war for unification, first against the French and then against the Americans.  The book also uses memoirs, interviews, and oral histories of former South Vietnamese leaders and combatants to discover their views on their struggle to form a new nation free from communist aggression.

Warriors and Fools is both broad and deep in scope in its narration of the Vietnam War story.  It takes the reader from the White House’s oval office and Hanoi’s Politburo room, to the Pentagon’s and North Vietnam Army’s command centers, to Vietnam’s mountain and rice patty battlefields to show the determination, deceit, foolhardiness, mistakes, courage, and horrors of war from the views of both sides. 

While it examines multiple participant views, overall the book seeks to answer one specific question - why did the US fail to achieve its principal objective to defend South Vietnam from communist aggression?  The story’s findings and conclusions are neither orthodox nor revisionist.  Those trying to gain insights on how American civilian leaders lost the war that its military could have won; or how the US Congress, Press, or Antiwar activists convinced the Public to stop its support will be disappointed.  None of these traditional ‘answers’ on why the US lost are really valid.

Rather, as this story explains the answer is much more linked to human factors, interactions, and relationships.  In this case, the interrelationship between American civilian and military leaders and advisors was extraordinarily divisive and dysfunctional.  So much so that it resulted in flawed, timid policies and foolish strategies that led to defeat.  Moreover, that troublesome interrelationship was primarily a result of mistrusts, misunderstandings, and misperceptions on their roles, responsibilities, and what they thought would lead to a positive end to the war.  In addition, primarily because they were either ignorant of the nature of war or overconfident from their past experiences, civilian and military policymakers ignored or misunderstood their enemy.

Warriors and Fools should be of interest to those who served in the war, and serious students and teachers of this event and period.  It is not intended as light reading, or for someone trying to get just a brief understanding of what happened there and in America at the time

Warriors and Fools is not just another book about the Vietnam War.  It is different from most.  Unlike some others, the author is a veteran of that conflict, and a retired military officer with nearly-thirty years’ service.  He has spent much of the last three decades studying the war and taught a course on Vietnam at a prestigious senior military war college.

This book is also different from others because it is a story not just of the American decisions and actions during the war.  This Vietnam War story uses the latest, ground breaking research and released documentation of the war from the Communist Vietnamese side of the conflict.   Consequently, the book delves deeply into the decision making, strategies, motives, and goals of the North Vietnam leaders as they waged their war for unification, first against the French and then against the Americans.  The book also uses memoirs, interviews, and oral histories of former South Vietnamese leaders and combatants to discover their views on their struggle to form a new nation free from communist aggression.

Warriors and Fools is both broad and deep in scope in its narration of the Vietnam War story.  It takes the reader from the White House’s oval office and Hanoi’s Politburo room, to the Pentagon’s and North Vietnam Army’s command centers, to Vietnam’s mountain and rice patty battlefields to show the determination, deceit, foolhardiness, mistakes, courage, and horrors of war from the views of both sides. 

While it examines multiple participant views, overall the book seeks to answer one specific question - why did the US fail to achieve its principal objective to defend South Vietnam from communist aggression?  The story’s findings and conclusions are neither orthodox nor revisionist.  Those trying to gain insights on how American civilian leaders lost the war that its military could have won; or how the US Congress, Press, or Antiwar activists convinced the Public to stop its support will be disappointed.  None of these traditional ‘answers’ on why the US lost are really valid.

Rather, as this story explains the answer is much more linked to human factors, interactions, and relationships.  In this case, the interrelationship between American civilian and military leaders and advisors was extraordinarily divisive and dysfunctional.  So much so that it resulted in flawed, timid policies and foolish strategies that led to defeat.  Moreover, that troublesome interrelationship was primarily a result of mistrusts, misunderstandings, and misperceptions on their roles, responsibilities, and what they thought would lead to a positive end to the war.  In addition, primarily because they were either ignorant of the nature of war or overconfident from their past experiences, civilian and military policymakers ignored or misunderstood their enemy.

Warriors and Fools should be of interest to those who served in the war, and serious students and teachers of this event and period.  It is not intended as light reading, or for someone trying to get just a brief understanding of what happened there and in America at the time.


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Technicolor Dreaming' in her own fashion

In my third year of art school in Canada, inspired by Kerouac's On the Road, I took off hitchhiking to San Francisco where I met the beatnik poets. In Paris, as an artist in training, I attended art classes, hung out at the Beat Hotel, and participated in Poetry and Art Events. I participated in the 1960s protests (ecological, sexual feminist and political protests in London and in 1968 on the Paris barricades), which not only helped liberalize our society but changed the way we think and the way we dress. In London I became a highly successful designer, first with my own boutique and then with sales to Carnaby Street and Kings Road, and throughout the world. In 1969, I established the first textile design studio in London and after winning awards and gaining international recognition, I moved my studio to Paris. In 1976 I created Trend Union, named by TIME magazine as ‘One of the world's most influential fashion futurists'. In 2017 this memoir —a personal and critical history of the 1960’s and 70’s counterculture— was published in England.


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Tales of Ramasun

Ramasun Station was to Intelligence Gathering what M*A*S*H was to Medicine.

Michael F. Cascanet - Review


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The Ghost Guru Volume 1: Steampunking the Supernatural

The Ghost Guru is the first in a series of books which represent the only major culture shift in paranormal investigation and supernatural interactions for 100 years.

This first volume: Steampunking the Supernatural, provides an overarching ethos, set of principles and a methodology for developing a new skill-set, a 21st Century approach to Spiritualism - Steampunking it if you will.The book provides a potted history of Faith & Belief systems, Pre and Post-Victorian Spiritualism and Hypnosis & Mesmerism.

The subject matter is supported by narrative from personal experiences of the supernatural, together with tasks and exercises designed to encourage growth and development of the reader’s own new skill-set. This unusual format combines memoir and exercise book in one interwoven volume.From the outset, the elephant in the room associated with every other ghost hunting or paranormal book, is addressed – do ghosts exist or are they a figment of our imagination.

Through Hypnotherapy and Hypnosis a constant underlying thread of self-empowerment is present throughout the books' methodology.


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