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Full Circle by Laura Veazey Book Summary:
Full Circle: The Segue from Ancient Celtic Medicine to Modern-Day Herbalism and the Impact that Religion/Mysticism/Magic Have Had provides historical insight, focusing on seven areas of herbal medicine for research, comparison, and contrast: Celtic herbal history, druidic medicine, Native American medicine, Christianity, Witchcraft, Voodoo, and 20th and 21st Century herbalism. Herbalism has been used throughout the ages. Full Circle will take you on a journey beginning with Ancient Celtic medicine and moving forward to modern-day herbalism in the Southern United States. Herbalism has come full circle, with many of the ancient recipes and traditions being utilized in the present. Economics, a changing trend in health care policies, and with individuals taking responsibility for their own decisions relative to their health, this historical perspective will give you the connections that make more sense of what you do, how you do it, and how those traditions came about.
Full Circle by Stephen Sutton Book Summary:
Full Circle is about revisiting past events in your life. It is about the reasons we do this and what benefits we get out of looking into the past. Why we relive special moments and how it helps us to cope with our future. I use aspects of my own life to do this as an example of using the past for future good. We learn such a lot from past mistakes, never to repeat those mistakes again.
Full Circle by Patty Brant Book Summary:
It looks like someone left the door to the nether region open again, and reporter Molly Martindale has got another batch of otherworldly supplicants who need her help. Not long ago, Molly quite literally went to hell to help secure peace for her friend Dennis, who was born Buddy Parker in the 1920s in her beloved, adopted hometown of Oxbow, Florida. Oxbow has always felt charmed to Molly-that is, if she doesn't count the ghostly visitors who turn her world upside down or the recent return of her ex-boyfriend Greg Richards, who brings with him the scourge of illicit drugs and a burning need to get even with her. Molly is working on acquainting her best friend Dana with Dennis's memory. He is the father Dana has never known but always resented. Molly must tread carefully, all too aware that she could easily lose her best friend in the process. What's more, things heat up when Dana meets Glenn Morrison, the wheelchair-bound veteran Molly kind of thinks of as "hers." But soon Molly finds herself threatened from all sides, as residents of hell plead for her help yet again. In this sequel to Bitter Secrets, only time will tell if she can deal with worldly and supernatural problems as she fights her newest unholy foes-the advent of drugs into her world, decades of lies involving the powerful St. Claire family, and the shadows of her past.
Full Circle Magazine #92 by Ronnie Tucker Book Summary:
This month: * Command & Conquer * How-To : Make a Special Edition, LibreOffice, and Bulk Print with Nautilus * Graphics : Inkscape. * Linux Labs: Compiling a Kernel Pt 5 and Graphically Renaming Files Over SSH * Review: Scilabs * Book Review: Build Your Own Web Site * Ubuntu Games: X-Plane Flight Plans plus: News, Arduino, Q&A, and soooo much more.
Full Circle Magazine #91 by Ronnie Tucker Book Summary:
This month: * Command & Conquer * How-To : Python, LibreOffice, and Managing Multiple Passwords With A Script * Graphics : Inkscape. * Linux Labs: Compiling a Kernel Pt 4 and Kodi Pt 2 * Review: Elementary OS * Book Review: Web Development with MongoDB and Node.js * Ubuntu Games: Borderlands 2 plus: News, Arduino, Q&A, and soooo much more.
Full Circle by Ayana Ellis Book Summary:
Carin Douglas is a fearless young girl, thrust into the role of a stickup kid alongside Brooklyn's most notorious thugs. She learns to fight, to survive, and ultimately to shine through a series of events that take her from a young girl on the verge to a designer-clad diva with a hot car, an even hotter man, and a million deadly skeletons in her closet. When Carin meets Monty, aka "Money Monty," he sweeps her off her feet with one romantic gesture after another. Monty is a sexy, powerful man with that legendary Brooklyn swagger and more money than most of his peers in the street. Their urban fairytale soon erupts into passionate sex, bold power moves, and eventually, devastating physical violence between them. When things get explosive, Carin is reminded of the love she knows Monty feels for her and the lavish lifestyle he's showered her with. But will that be enough to save them? Carin and Monty's love comes Full Circle in this epic story of love, loss, pain, and forgiveness. In Ayana Ellis' second novel, she raises the bar, exposes some ugly truths, and shines a spotlight on the painful reality of domestic abuse. All that glitters isn't gold in this new novel that is sure to have readers talking for years to come.
Full Circle Magazine #82 by Ronnie Tucker Book Summary:
This month: * Command & Conquer * How-To : Python, LibreOffice, and Connecting iOS Devices. * Graphics : Blender and Inkscape. * Review: NOD32 Anti-virus * NEW! – Security Q&A * NEW! – What Is: CryptoCurrency plus: Q&A, Linux Labs, Ask The New Guy, Ubuntu Games, and even some competitions!
Full Circle by Kevin Kirkland,Howard Mc Ilveen Book Summary:
When you read Full Circle: Spiritual Therapy for the Elderly, you’ll discover a brand new therapeutic approach—spiritual therapy—to treating elderly patients with cognitive disorders. This handy guide will assist you in starting your own renowned spiritually therapeutic program for dementia patients. Full Circle is a how-to book that will prove you can trigger emotional responses in an individual or group therapy session using the right spiritual cues. In the first ten pages of Full Circle, you’ll learn about the Spiritual Therapy Program and find the answers to general questions about how and where to establish the program. The remainder of Full Circle contains 80 thematic lesson plans for use in both group and individual sessions. The lessons are flexible and organized into lists to help you formulate the right agenda for individual dementia patients. Full Circle divides 70 themes into these easily accessible categories: Feelings: depression, anger, and shame Life Review: aging, children, and change Sensory: hearing, smell, and touch Special Occasions: Easter, Thanksgiving, and memories of Christmas Spiritual: forgiveness, heaven, and peace In addition, Full Circle has expanded units for higher-achieving seniors. You may also want to use the special notes, poetry, and quotations that are pinpointed within the appropriate specific theme for even more startling results. Full Circle's sophisticated approach to therapy will help you cater to the needs of the cognitively impaired elderly to trigger emotional responses and enhance overall quality of life.
Full Circle by Ian Mulville Book Summary:
When their past catches up with them, two lifelong friends become embroiled in a violent gangland double-cross and have a life-defining choice to make: stay and face the consequences, or separate and make a run for it. Pursued across Europe by ruthless criminals and the law, they’re exposed to an unrelenting stream of challenges and threats unimaginable in their previously mundane lives. Whilst one of them attempts to shed the past, seeking the quiet life, the other is lured towards the gangland underworld, with devastating consequences for everyone involved. As events spiral out of control, they each cling to one last hope: a pledge they made before separating. It will take all their strength, resourcefulness and luck to survive, as they‘re propelled towards their fate. Will they ever achieve redemption?
Full Circle by Susan Monaco Book Summary:
Abby Montero wanted it all. But first, she must overcome rapes haunting memories and emotional impact. Enter Raymond Matthews. He pledges friendship, then love. Together, they embark on a fairy-tale life. Abby soon discovers Raymonds dark side and retreats to the safety of Ben Weldon. But Ben carries demons that could destroy them both. Abby escapes. The danger escalates with Raymonds determination to destroy her. She fights back and learns about love, friendship and fate. Full Circle is Abbys struggle for survival and search for everlasting love. Its an emotional roller coaster from which there appears to be no escape.
Full Circle by Radek Sikorski Book Summary:
The dream of restoring a country house is part of the larger drama of rebuilding a nation in this memoir by a Polish exile who returned home after the fall of communism. With a novelist’s eye for detail, Radek Sikorski draws a revealing portrait of Polish history, of Lech Walesa, and of Poland’s struggle for reform.
Full Circle by Dee Dee Hixson Book Summary:
While growing up in a world where parents were like Ozzie and Harriet, Dee Dee Hixson was the good girl—the one who avoided trouble. Yet somehow along the way, she became convinced that she was not good enough. As the idealistic and innocent Dee Dee continued on the path of every young girl at the time, she had no idea that everything would change the moment she surrendered to love and lust. Being pregnant at seventeen was never in her plan. As Dee Dee narrates the story of her poignant and enlightening journey through life’s greatest challenges, she shares the emotions that surround giving up her infant son for adoption, the miracle of life and death, and, finally, the life-altering reconciliation with her son thirty-eight years after he was conceived. Through it all, Dee Dee realizes that although her life is nothing like her idealistic dreams as a teenager, it has still shown her the power of love and its ability to overshadow even the most unimaginable sorrows. Full Circle shares one woman’s incredible story of love and loss and how she ultimately found the courage to stand strong, cherish every moment, and experience the wonder of each day.
Full Circle by Judith C. Radasch Book Summary:
A story of spiritual healing and of the restoration of physical and mental health, Full Circle narrates the story of author Judith C. Radasch's life, chronicling her fascinating and eventful journey. Beginning with her birth in 1943, Radasch shares the details of her life--the good, the bad, and the ugly. She tells how she healed miraculously from the trauma of childhood rape and provides tantalizing glimpses of Harvard Business School, the '80s Wall Street market rally, temporary insanity, and true love. Full Circle tells a personal story about the power of science and faith working in concert to bring about miraculous healing as those two threads became fully integrated late in Radasch's life. Praise for Full Circle "A compelling account of the strength and determination that led a nine-year-old victim of rape through decades of single motherhood to educational and career achievements beyond one's imagination to peace and happiness in retirement." --Dan Stickler, Judy's Companion and Husband in Retirement and the Beneficiary of Her Healing "Judy shares her compelling story of personal growth and healing with a rare openness. Persistence, risk taking, mental acuity, and a steadily positive spirit lead her through profound fears to genuine fulfillment." --Joy Waldman Pendergast, Artist, Businesswoman, Friend
Full Circle by Kimberly L White-Agent Book Summary:
Diamond finished high school early to go to college to become a lawyer.She had no time for boys until Reg walked into her worldShe fell fast for Reg, but while she was falling for Reg, Terrance Wade walks into her life as well and becomes a comfort, through all the ups and downs, Reginald was putting her throughIn love with two men, Diamond has to figure out who she wants to be with, Reg who she has this deep connection and is her first love or Terrance who is always there to comfort her when Reg messes up.
Full Circle by Shannon Hollis Book Summary:
Before Daniel Burke was the "real Indiana Jones," Cate Wells thought he was everything she could ever want. Then, after a humiliating experience eight years ago, she realized how wrong she was. When Cate comes into possession of a carved wooden box, she knows Daniel is the only person who can authenticate it. Sure she can separate business from pleasure, Cate decides to see him at a conference he's attending. But with one look into Daniel's eyes, it's clear to her the heat between them hasn't dimmed. Giving in to their shared fantasy would be career suicide. Especially when Cate isn't sure if she wants the man...or the myth.
Full Circle Magazine #86 by Ronnie Tucker Book Summary:
This month: * Command & Conquer * How-To : Python, LibreOffice, and GRUB2. * Graphics : Blender and Inkscape. * Review: Toshiba SSD * Security and Q&A * CryptoCurrency: Compiling an Alt-Coin Wallet * NEW! - Arduino plus: Q&A, Linux Labs, Ubuntu Games, and another competition to win Humble Bundles!
Full Circle by Kirsten Beyer Book Summary:
When the U.S.S. Voyager is dispatched on an urgent mission to the planet Kerovi, Captain Chakotay and his first officer, Commander Thomas Paris, must choose between following their orders and saving the lives of two of those dearest to them. B'Elanna Torres and her daughter, Miral, are both missing in the wake of a brutal attack on the Klingon world of Boreth. With the aid of their former captain, Admiral Kathryn Janeway -- as well as many old friends and new allies -- Voyager's crew must unravel an ancient mystery, placing themselves between two warrior sects battling for the soul of the Klingon people...while the life of Miral hangs in the balance. But these events and their repercussions are merely the prelude to even darker days to come. As Voyager is drawn into a desperate struggle to prevent the annihilation of the Federation, lives are shattered, and the bonds that were forged in the Delta Quadrant are challenged in ways that none could have imagined. For though destiny has dealt them crushing blows, Voyager's crew must rise to face their future...and begin a perilous journey in which the wheel of fate comes full circle.
Full Circle by Thomas A. Chown, II Book Summary:
Full Circle is the second book in a trilogy depicting the Devon family's generational odyssey from mid-19th century to mid-20th century. The first book, Wolves at the Door, covers the years 1860-1903. This book, Full Circle, is set in the years 1904-1944, which were not easy for the Devons. Father Tom and mother Catherine, along with their two children Walter and Marion, struggle to make their way through some of the more pivotal events of the early 20th century.Full Circle offers a well-researched slice of Americana during an uproarious time. Follow the family as they make their life initially in the lawless and violent mining towns of the New Mexico and Colorado, and then eventually "back east" in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Continue following their saga as writer Thomas Chown beckons back to the tragedies surrounding World War I, and describes this important period in American history with intricate descriptions and entertaining dialogue.
Full Circle by Henry Cecil Book Summary:
A law professor suffers a knock on the head. He continues to behave normally, but delights his students by telling them crazy and convoluted stories. The University authorities take action and he is locked away. Then things change once again. These stories, written with Henry Cecil's true verve and wit, will delight the reader.
Full Circle by Roderick Batson Book Summary:
In 2004, the author of this book participated in a bonding trip with his life time friend Michael, and their two fathers. The four traveled to Africa and Europe and the experience inspired Roderick to write this book. Roderick accurately takes the reader "Full Circle" through a journey of Africa's history from the time she was the envy of the world, through her dark era of slavery and colonialism, to her return as the most important continent in the world during the 21st century. He makes a compelling case how every industrialized nation will become dependent on the natural resources of the continent to sustain their economies in the 22nd century. Full Circle is a powerful and controversial book that takes on a range of social, political, racial, and religious issues. Roderick not only highlights the concerns he has with today's educational systems, politics, and religions; he gives the reader his opinion and solutions for these perils. Throughout "Full circle" Roderick confronts the American media for the negative image it has portrayed of Africa for centuries. He goes on to identify the effects on the psyche of African Americans being indoctrinated with negativity about the continent of their origin and the false sense of inferiority by Europeans derived from the same propaganda.Roderick addresses three practices he identifies as the three B's of colonialism, the Bible, the Bullet, and the Ballot. He begins by unfolding the creation of the Jewish Torah, the Christian Bible, and the Muslim's Quran, chronologically. He uses actual events in history to expose the violence in America and abroad, and emphasizes the importance of participating in politics. Roderick makes his best effort to encourage African Americans to embrace their African heritage in preparation for the reawakening of the continent. He provides an undeniable case for Africa becoming the world's next "Super Power" in the 22nd century, with out firing a shot.
Full Circle by Michael Thomas Ford Book Summary:
At the behest of his estranged friend Jack, history professor Ned Brummel arrives in Chicago to visit Andy, a friend who is terminally ill, and reflects upon the past events that have shaped his world and relationships with these two very different men. Reprint.
Full Circle by Ferdinand Mount Book Summary:
So much about the society that is now emerging in the twenty-first century bears an astonishing resemblance to the most prominent features of what we call the classical world - its institutions, its priorities, its entertainment, its physics, its sexual morality, its food, its politics, even its religion. The ways in which we live our rich and varied lives correspond - almost eerily so - to the ways in which the Greeks and Romans lived theirs. Whether we are eating and drinking, bathing or exercising or making love, pondering, admiring or enquiring, our habits of thought and action, our diversions and concentrations recreate theirs. It is as though the 1500 years after the fall of Rome had been time out from traditional ways of being human. This eye-opening book makes us look afresh at who we are and how we got here. Full Circleis not only wonderfully witty and brilliantly astute, but also profound and often disquieting. Ferdinand Mount effortlessly peels back 2000 years of history to show how much we are like the ancients, how in ways both trivial and crucial we arethem and they are us.
Full Circle by Chudney Thomas Book Summary:
In a pack of werewolves, a half human isn’t exactly at the top of the food chain. No wonder Ria Marlett thinks she is weak. Only a convenient lay for the pack’s alpha, Drake Neilson. She avoids him but Drake has waited years to claim her. Now, he will do whatever it takes to win Ria, even woo her while dealing with rabid lone wolf attacks. With the pack in danger Ria is forced to face what Drake has been telling her all along, she just might be the strongest of the pack.
Full Circle by Mark Tufts Book Summary:
When Allison McGrath, a pretty young prostitute working Hollywood Boulevard, encounters an old bag lady, she foolishly dismisses the hag's ranting as mere drunken babble. Months later, long after Allison has forgotten the chance encounter, the ancient powers of the Druid curse cast upon her by the old hag, begin to set in motion a tragic chain of events that span some thirty years. In death, Allison gives birth to identical twin boys. The curse doesn't end however, and in fact, it has really just begun. Her bastard sons, separated at their orphan birth are not aware of one another and live parallel to one another on opposite sides of the law, until their lives violently come 'Full Circle.'
Full Circle by Ali Mohammed Book Summary:
FULL CIRCLE: is based on true event that took place in the western Ethiopia, a place called Jarso, (Sirba 1) and that was the beginning. it focused on one man`s long and difficult journey. The story displays how a single incident could have the power to manoeuvre in different directions with out pre-conditions. Initially it was written as an attempt of healing from the trauma which resulted from the tragedy and since I started to drain the pain through FULL CIRCLE, I began to feel the changes with in myself. FULL CIRCLE is written in a form of novel, which takes us from one challenge to the extreme, which looks very deem and impossible to overcome. It also displays how a great deal of internal strength patience, hope, and with the blessing of the creator will take us to the next stage. Ali Mohammed
Full Circle by Edith Kurzweil Book Summary:
This is a personal history of the twentieth century as seen through the eyes of Edith Kurzweil, author, teacher, editor of Partisan Review, and a recent recipient of the National Medal of Humanities. The book opens with Kurzweil early adolescence in Vienna during the Nazi takeover. It ends with the author finding herself in the new century. In between, she kept moving on and interrogating the world around her. The reader follows Kurzweil on her perilous journey, at the age of fourteen, to Belgium, through France, Spain, and Portugal, alone with her younger brother. Her fantasies of reunion with her parents in New York kept her going but came to naught: she had not expected to fall from a wealthy childhood into the life of the working-class poor, as a millinery apprentice or a diamond cutter. Instead of entering college life, she eventually became a conventional American housewife. Unhappy and anxious, she anticipated the social changes in America, and returned to Europe with her second husband and her two children. She arrived at the beginning of the Italian miracle--its post-war revitalization. In Milan she met many Americans as an active member of its community and of the British-American club. After personal tragedy she returned to New York, and only then pursued her early intellectual ambitions. The author eventually became a professor of sociology and quickly climbed up the academic ladder. Just as she had been as a little girl, she still "wanted to know everything," beginning with her study of Italian entrepreneurs and going on to European history and French thought, to psychoanalysis and anti-Semitism. Her early writings prompted William Phillips, co-founder and editor of Partisan Review, to invite her into the elite circle of New York intellectuals. She worked alongside him, first as a reader, then as executive editor, and took over the editorship of the legendary journal during its final period. Kurzweil's journey was one of courage, and of emotional and intellectual growth. Full Circle will be of interest to intellectual and cultural historians, literary and Holocaust scholars, and American studies specialists.
Full Circle by Skyy Book Summary:
It's the final test for our favorite Freedom University alumni. It's been two years since Lena decided to take time away from all her drama to find herself and focus on her child. But the present finds her staring at images of Denise, the one who got away. Will she finally be able to move on to someone new, or will she go after the one she's wanted all along? Denise has learned that there is more to Hollywood than fame and fortune. The dark side of celebrity rears its ugly head as Denise's star grows brighter and Farih's starts to dim. With the past reappearing in her life, Denise finds herself torn between the stable relationship she's always wanted and the chaotic love that her heart just doesn't want to let go. Never in a million years did Cooley think she would be in a committed relationship—and happy. Managing two of the hottest up-and-coming lesbian stars in the world, she finds her life is right on track. But when a secret comes out, it could derail all she's worked for and threaten her relationship. Misha pictured her future as an independent jet-setter, not as a housewife. As she watches her ex live the life she envisioned for herself, the temptation to pursue her dreams and revisit the life she abandoned might just get the best of her. While her friends live fabulously in Atlanta, Carmen is stuck in Memphis, in a teaching job she despises. While Nic is perfectly happy with the average life they have created together, Carmen wants more, including the perfect "royal wedding." Her caviar wishes might end up destroying her relationship dreams. The future might be bright and sunny for the crew, but there are still storm clouds ahead. Their relationships and friendships have never been so vigorously tested. As Carmen and Nic's wedding approaches, will skeletons in their closets wreck the worlds they have created, or will everything finally come full circle?
Going Full Circle by Mark Powers Book Summary:
In the grip of serious numerical decline, American Evangelical churches are now experiencing a missional movement. God is calling his people to return to a biblical lifestyle that goes full circle in continual worship, discipleship, and missions. Mark Powers connects the dots between these three main elements of authentic Christian living. He presents a theology of missional worship, a detailed discipleship plan, and a strategy for local music missions. Going Full Circle uses everyday language to present a simple thought process to move worshipers and worship leaders to become worshiping disciples on mission. Are you a casualty of worship wars? Are you worried about the decline of your church? Are you thrilled with fast growth churches but sense there must be something more than spectator worship? Are you confused by the word "missional" that seems to be popping up everywhere? This book is for you and your friends. Read it, share it, and join the movement!
Full Circle by Collin Wilcox Book Summary:
A dying art collector asks Bernhardt to revisit him in his darkest hour The first time Betty Giles went missing, her employers wanted her dead. They hired Alan Bernhardt, theater director and sometimes PI, to find her, but when he discovered their scheme, he drew a sawed-off shotgun to save her life. Now Betty’s missing again, hiding somewhere in Europe, and her old bosses want her found. Will Bernhardt deliver her to the man who once tried to have her killed? It certainly isn’t easy to refuse Raymond DuBois, a billionaire art collector who insists his feud with Betty was nothing but an innocent misunderstanding. He’s dying, and promises he can clear her name if Alan can only locate her. The case seems like a trap, but the director has one thing working for him. Unlike last time, he knows that trusting anyone could be suicide.
Full Circle by Margery Bloomfield Book Summary:
It makes you laugh, it makes you cry, but above all it makes your heart sing. Full Circle is a true story about a love that is lost, only to be found again over half a century later, in extraordinary circumstances. He is Norwegian, she is Australian. The love they find together is overwhelming, but there are endless difficulties, obstacles and long periods of separation. Finally, after four years, they go their separate ways. When their paths cross again, they rediscover each other, this time with the wisdom and humour that only long lives well lived can bring, and their love is rekindled. But with this comes profound sadness. Appreciating that they have been given the gift of a second chance, they endeavour to make the most of every magical moment they have left. Written from the heart, this story will appeal to anyone who enjoys love stories. Written at the request of her Norwegian, the author hopes that their special love story can help and inspire others.
Full Circle by Pauline Pearce Book Summary:
by Pauline Pearce ISBN 13: 978 1 84747 014 0 Published: 2006 Pages: 115 Description Full Circle is a remarkable tale about a woman with dystonia. About the Author Pauline Pearce is a leading campaigner in raising awareness of people who live with dystonia. Full Circle is a very open and heart rendering account. Book Extract " Why do I feel so sad? I have so much to be thankful for - a good husband; a beautiful, yet temperamental, teenage daughter; a "nice" home, in a "nice" rural Cheshire village and (plus I do stress this) I am sitting in the hot sunshine on a veranda overlooking the Amalfi coastline, one of the most scenic views in, not only Italy but in the entire world. Then - why sad? Why are tears just a nano-second away? Why if I could just doze off in the heat, in the beauty of the surrounding never to re-awaken, why might that feel so good? I'm tired - not tired of life in general - that has potential, new experience, new adventure ahead. No, I'm tired of my life and the constant fight I feel everyday is becoming. I'm 45, yet sometimes I feel doubly this, as I strive not wanting to give in to the illness and pain, both physical & psychologically, that constantly exhausts me. Now would be a good time for an ending - in the warm sunshine, in these beautiful surroundings before life becomes more burdensome and my capabilities become more limited. Before my life shrinks any more. I've never quite understood why so often, on war memorials, mention is made to the sadness of young men cut off in their prime, yet - as a positive - their bodies never ageing. They'll be remembered at the age they met their maker - for the beauty oftheir youth; for the life potential they had, yet didn't fulfill; for the perfection of their fit, young bodies. I'm scared of death (even though a Christian) - the uncertainties, the finality but, perhaps more, the mode and shape of its advent. I've seen too many friends, near my own age, die recently. I've watched their gradual deterioration, their loss of dignity as illness stripped them of mobility and independence - bed pans, bed baths, loss of control of bowels and bladder; returning both in body and mind to infancy. That scares me. Yet, what of my future? Do I want to cling on to life by the tips of my fingernails, knowing I may endure this? Is this deterioration happening, as I pen this paper? I feel so. Life is different now. Little by little quality is ebbing away, no matter how hard I try to maintain normality as it once was. I'm living a fools paradise. I push myself, often beyond my limits, trying to prove this quality is still there. It's the uncertainty of my illness and, maybe, its progression that scares me. How far will it deteriorate? "
Almost Full Circle by Steven Michael Hubele Book Summary:
Life in America often rushes past us at a blazing speed. In this provocative and witty book, Steven Michael Hubele chronicles some of the events in his life spent with his fifty-year relationship with his father and twenty-five years of experience as a father to his two daughters. His story is full of all the minor disasters and wonderful coincidences that characterize life in the Midwest. Before his life as a published author, Steve took notes and kept track of interesting and sometimes tragic events, but always tried to keep a sense of humor. Brought to life are stories about work, playing golf, and learning how to act from his father in life and in sickness. In his trademark celebratory comment, each story ends with the words, The memories remain. The hope for reading this book is that it brings some peace as a source of merriment. Yesterdays failures and triumphs earn tomorrows joys. Steven Michael Hubele is the author of Almost Full Circle. He lives in Affton, a modest community in St. Louis County, Missouri. He continues to tell more stories and make more memories for his two daughters, just as his father did for him. Author photograph: by Allison Hubele
The Cherokee Full Circle by J. T. Garrett,Michael Tlanusta Garrett Book Summary:
A comprehensive overview of Native American spiritual principles and their application for personal spirit-healing. • Includes traditional sacred exercises, teaching tales, case studies, and suggested rituals for individual and group healing. • Outlines the core principals of Native American traditional values and teaches how to apply them to the contemporary path of wellness and healing. • Publication to coincide with annual Full Circle gathering in September 2002 The Four Directions, the four seasons, and the four elements that make up the sacred hoop of the full circle must be in right relationship with one another or disharmony will result. Native American ritual has always emphasized the restoration of balance through ceremonies that provide a forum for learning, transition, and expressions of personal growth. Now Cherokee authors J. T. and Michael Garrett share Native American traditions to explore interrelationships as a tool for growth and transformation. The Cherokee Full Circle gathers techniques representing Native American cultures from across America--stories, exercises, and individual and group rituals--to teach the inherent dynamics of right relationship and apply them to the healing path. The authors provide a comprehensive overview of Native American spiritual principles and traditions and demonstrate how these ideas and methods can be applied universally to deal with life's situations--from depression and grieving to finding purpose and establishing positive relationships.