Enter the mind of secluded depth, a place where words are formed from tears and anger. Venture into the second chapter, and no longer be a stranger, but a comrade in the path of passion. Journey into the mind of a man, become his eyes and visualize all which are detrimental in life. Ponder along and witness how sorrow, fear, and rage collide into hope, ambition, and love; intertwine with passages of spiritual ode, as they are told - this is the pinnacle, listen, and hear the echo: I write what my eyes cry. I write what my mind believes. I write what my heart beats. This is me. Let me breathe.
"Bingaman returns to his Iowa roots in this collection of anecdotes, reminiscences, and close calls among fighter pilots and their peers. Recounting first his time in England as an American airman in a NATO squadron, the narrative covers his time in Oregon, the Midwest and Vietnam, detailing the operations -- particularly the idiosyncrasies and frustrations -- of military programs and the officers that oversaw them. In the Cold War shadows cast by Eisenhower and Khrushchev, Bingaman changes locations multiple times, taking his family with him. In Vietnam, as the war unfolds, he finds himself caught between the dangerous requirements of his occupation and an American bureaucracy with strenuous demands but too little regard for the human costs. A careful combination of career savvy and compassion helps Bingaman keep his wits sharp as friends disappear around him and the political situation grows thornier; he manages to survive a war he judged to be 'a complete misfortune' and in which the White House wasted arms, effort and men"--Back cover.
Never before have so many had the opportunity to achieve their potential. In this groundbreaking presentation, Scanlan offers an arresting analysis of coaching and suggests that, without a thorough understanding of personal growth, and a commitment to their own growth, a coach's capacity to add value will be limited. Indeed, he posits that, in the absence of these, a coach will likely collude with their clients as they repeat old patterns with a new look. To move to our full potential we need to open ourselves to a process of transformation, perennial in its nature but needing culturally relevant expression. Scanlan suggests that whilst this process is not for the faint-hearted, it will strengthen us emotionally and prepare us for incremental steps of challenge and empowerment.This book will invite you to open new doors to your consciousness and to new understandings of your potential. It will invite you to move closer to the gift of who you really are - to aim for the pinnacle of your humanity
What Good Thing Must I Do to Enter Into Eternal Life? Almost 2,000 years ago, a rich younger ruler asked the Messiah this question. Messiah's response was revolutionary. He simply commanded the young ruler to go onto perfection. This verse and countless others prove this statement - perfection is the only manner in which we will enter into eternal life. From this reality evolves 2 central questions: 1. What does it mean to be perfect? 2. How do we achieve perfection? Quite simply, perfection is measured by our success at executing the will of the Father. We are only able to do so by first achieving holiness. By analyzing the 16 primary degrees of holiness, we will understand every facet of p...
In 1978, when Hart's controversial book THE 100 was first published, critics objected that Hart had the nerve not only to select who he thought were the most influential people in history, but also to rank them according to importance. Needless to say the critics were wrong, & 60,000 copies of the book have been sold. Hart believed that in the intervening years the influence of his original selections had waxed and waned and that new names loomed large on the world stage: thus the publication this updated edition of THE 100.
Reaching the Pinnacle of Your Emotions is a self-improvement book that shows the reader how to control their emotions and live a fulfilling life filled with joy. Unlike many other self-improvement books, Reaching the Pinnacle of Your Emotions does not contain hard concepts and technical lanaguage that confuses the reader. We all have emotions, so why not make those emotions positive on a daily basis?