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By J. Theo Olonia

Each action has an equal and opposite reaction. Some are positive, and others are not. In Now is the Time for All Good Men to Come to the Aid of Their Planet, author J. Theo Olonia discusses how, with awareness, we can weigh our actions for the consequences and impact they have on the environment and on life in general.

Olonia shows that health and well-being in the future are affected by today’s choices. He:

• presents a scientific view of the creation of the universe, describing the formation and evolution of the solar system;
• explains the evolution of our home world through four and a half billion years, including the evolution of humanity;
• describes how wild places are in serious decline and the adverse affect it has on indigenous wild life;
• addresses how we are controlled by our social order, which directly affects the choices we make with respect to the environment;
• discusses the modalities that helped turn his life around, making him more aware and conscious of every aspect of living;
• reviews some of the possible outcomes based on today’s choices; an
• offers a new concept of how to relate to Earth-Mother.

Now is the Time for All Good Men to Come to the Aid of Their Planet communicates that how we relate today sets the historical course of being stewards of our world, taking what we need with awareness and gratitude, but also giving back to maintain a sustainable, viable world.


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By W. Jacqueline Johnson

As a healer, author W. Jacqueline Johnson knew a cancer diagnosis could be a gift in one’s life, bringing valuable life lessons and even transformation. But nothing prepared her for her own diagnosis and the debilitating effects of chemotherapy and radiation. In The Guest House, she narrates the story of her diagnosis, treatments, and the surprising aftermath.

Johnson shares how, as a healthy woman who only saw the doctor for checkups, she is thrown into the medical system’s maze, having tests she never heard of and accumulating enough insurance receipts to fill a large notebook. Her progress is as slow and unpredictable as an upstate New York spring.

In Guest House, she tells how she lost all faith in the healing process. But one day something happened as she danced beside a flowing stream, and she felt the subtle energy returning to her body. Slowly, bit by bit, the healing process worked within her in ways she never thought possible as she experienced the liberation of vulnerability and doorways opened through pain. She learned lessons during the journey that led her to believe that cancer is, indeed, magical.


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By W. Jacqueline Johnson

As a healer, author W. Jacqueline Johnson knew a cancer diagnosis could be a gift in one’s life, bringing valuable life lessons and even transformation. But nothing prepared her for her own diagnosis and the debilitating effects of chemotherapy and radiation. In The Guest House, she narrates the story of her diagnosis, treatments, and the surprising aftermath.

Johnson shares how, as a healthy woman who only saw the doctor for checkups, she is thrown into the medical system’s maze, having tests she never heard of and accumulating enough insurance receipts to fill a large notebook. Her progress is as slow and unpredictable as an upstate New York spring.

In Guest House, she tells how she lost all faith in the healing process. But one day something happened as she danced beside a flowing stream, and she felt the subtle energy returning to her body. Slowly, bit by bit, the healing process worked within her in ways she never thought possible as she experienced the liberation of vulnerability and doorways opened through pain. She learned lessons during the journey that led her to believe that cancer is, indeed, magical.


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By Angela R. Hester

Many people feel so overwhelmed by their past that they become victims of that past. This is no way to live. In Victims Anonymous: Do Not Allow your Past to Victimize You, author Angela Hester provides advice and encouragement for coming to terms with the past in order to live fully in the present and succeed in the future.

Drawing from her own life experiences, Hester delivers empowerment to make amends with the past in order to realize the success you can have in the future by transforming the negative you into a positive and successful, new you. Victims Anonymous: Do Not Allow your Past to Victimize You eliminates the fictitious factors that lead you to believe achieving something great is unthinkable because of where you have come from and what you have been through.

Through the use of reflective exercises and anecdotes from others, Victims Anonymous: Do Not Allow your Past to Victimize You instills trust that if you work hard to overcome obstacles, whether in the past or present, that achievement is remarkable. The past is labeled just that, because it describes events that have already taken place. The beauty of your future is that you can dictate the outcome if you do not let your past rule your future.


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By Angela R. Hester

Many people feel so overwhelmed by their past that they become victims of that past. This is no way to live. In Victims Anonymous: Do Not Allow your Past to Victimize You, author Angela Hester provides advice and encouragement for coming to terms with the past in order to live fully in the present and succeed in the future.

Drawing from her own life experiences, Hester delivers empowerment to make amends with the past in order to realize the success you can have in the future by transforming the negative you into a positive and successful, new you. Victims Anonymous: Do Not Allow your Past to Victimize You eliminates the fictitious factors that lead you to believe achieving something great is unthinkable because of where you have come from and what you have been through.

Through the use of reflective exercises and anecdotes from others, Victims Anonymous: Do Not Allow your Past to Victimize You instills trust that if you work hard to overcome obstacles, whether in the past or present, that achievement is remarkable. The past is labeled just that, because it describes events that have already taken place. The beauty of your future is that you can dictate the outcome if you do not let your past rule your future.


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By Kristen Lee Costa, EdD, LICSW
Preface

The Man Who Ate a Plane

When the well’s dry, we know the worth of water.
— Ben Franklin

"No bananas for me!” cried the Frenchman, not to be distracted from his main course. “Bring on the bolts!”
It was 1978 when Michel Lotito’s appetite for indigestible objects got the best of him. It wasn’t enough that he had already purposely devoured bicycles,
shopping carts, and razor blades. For two years, Monsieur Mangetout—or, “Mr. Eats-All”—devoted himself to eating a Cessna-150 aircraft. Two pounds daily brought him to his goal, adding to his nine-ton lifetime tally of metal (and perhaps mental) mayhem.
What made this possible? Mr. Eats-All apparently had unique attributes contributing toward his record-breaking binges. His super–Charmin-cushioned stomach and eccentricities helped him defy convention.
But, there’s more to it.
Mr. Eats-All understood the importance of slow digestion. Bit by bit, he was somehow able to tolerate the distress he willfully invited. Even with his stomach of steel, slugging down the pieces would have been dicey if he had gone over his two-pound limit. He could process the foreign objects only in manageable chunks. He knew when to say “when.”
This is not something I recommend doing at home, but there are lessons within this story of culinary chaos. Despite Mr. Eats-All’s ingestion of toxic materials, his tank remained resilient, and he found his maximum threshold for how much he could process. Adult life leaves us having to digest overwhelming amounts of information. Stress doesn’t come in neatly packaged rations; we’re forced to process change, loss, and harsh realities in heaping portions. Like our stomachs, our brains have limits to what they can effectively tolerate. Massive stress can leave our minds churning and on a hunt to find some sort of solace.
So, what’s the remedy? Most of us have to digest things we’d rather not. Things that puncture us and keep us awake at night. Things we prefer not to mention to others. Things that seem to be beyond what we can handle. In the middle of all of this, it’s easy to be so consumed by our worries that we forget something essential to our emotional survival: we need time and tools to better take care of ourselves—before, during, and after the storms hit.
As we’ll see, being able to maintain well-being in the face of stress requires deliberate action. It’s not about rapid digestion, a specific formula, or having “perfect” reactions to what comes your way. It’s not about how your friends or family cope, or how they say that you should—but what makes sense to you personally.
RESET is a tool I’ve developed over many years as a therapist and teacher to help you understand your stress threshold and find ways to cope even when life seems completely out of control. It helps you build your own, unique definition of “self-care” and put it into action.
When you’re feeling beyond your limits, RESET’s five components will help you get your bearings and recalibrate:

Realize.
Energize.
Soothe.
End unproductive thinking.
Talk it out.

Whether you know it or not, you’re already responding to stress—either constructively or destructively. By creating a plan that is unique to your own set of circumstances, you’ll be better equipped to respond to the challenges before you.

How can you possibly begin to digest what life brings?

It’s time to find out.

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By Linda Noble Topf
Three years after Linda Noble Topf was diagnosed with MS, she had only a minimal understanding of the ways MS would affect her body, brain, and ability to function. After experiencing the gamut of emotions that took her from the darkness of grief to the light of hope, Topf made a conscious choice not to wallow in misery but instead to embrace life. In her self-help guidebook, Topf shatters notions about life in a wheelchair and offers practical, inspirational tools for living a life full of possibilities, regardless of the challenges one faces. Throughout her career as spiritual counselor and educator, Topf has helped thousands acknowledge and work within their fears, celebrate freedom, recognize self-worth, and find peace of mind. Through her personal stories, innovative concepts, and exercises, she provides encouragement and real-life wisdom that will free anyone from perceived limitations and worn-out beliefs and help lead the way to: Finding the true self and awakening the spirit within Exploring life-affirming thoughts and conquering fears Redefining success and confidence Experiencing life with grace and gratitude Living in the present Wheelchair Wisdom offers illuminating steps that introduce a new vision of possibility and gratitude that allows anyone facing adversity to move forward on a path of fulfillment, peace, and self-love.
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By Dean Gualco

We read about the great people of our time to find their inspiration for a life of risk and uncertainty, how they overcame the challenges of their life, and why they never gave up – no matter the adversity or criticism encountered. We study great people because we want to learn from their stories, their hardships and their triumphs. We converse with great people because we want to be inspired to achieve greatness in our own lives, a fact that is certainly within our grasp.

Greatness, in contrast to what some believe, is not a circumstance a person is born into. Most are not born to be multimillionaires any more than others are born to be the best tennis players of their generation. Those who become great are among the chosen few not solely because of their birthright or talent, but because of their passion and fearlessness. Great people have certain traits and characteristics that make them unique, but these traits are common to most men and women.

In studying the great people of our time, the most striking revelations were the similarities in their paths to greatness. Those who become great did so because they followed their passions, overcame formidable obstacles, went down swinging for what they believed in, and left a legacy of honor, decency, and goodness. These are the defining characteristics of the great people of our time, a remarkable story of those who led purposeful and meaningful lives that fulfilled their destiny and made the world a better place to live.


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By Linda Noble Topf
Three years after Linda Noble Topf was diagnosed with MS, she had only a minimal understanding of the ways MS would affect her body, brain, and ability to function. After experiencing the gamut of emotions that took her from the darkness of grief to the light of hope, Topf made a conscious choice not to wallow in misery but instead to embrace life. In her self-help guidebook, Topf shatters notions about life in a wheelchair and offers practical, inspirational tools for living a life full of possibilities, regardless of the challenges one faces. Throughout her career as spiritual counselor and educator, Topf has helped thousands acknowledge and work within their fears, celebrate freedom, recognize self-worth, and find peace of mind. Through her personal stories, innovative concepts, and exercises, she provides encouragement and real-life wisdom that will free anyone from perceived limitations and worn-out beliefs and help lead the way to: Finding the true self and awakening the spirit within Exploring life-affirming thoughts and conquering fears Redefining success and confidence Experiencing life with grace and gratitude Living in the present Wheelchair Wisdom offers illuminating steps that introduce a new vision of possibility and gratitude that allows anyone facing adversity to move forward on a path of fulfillment, peace, and self-love.
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By Kristen Lee Costa, EdD, LICSW
Preface

The Man Who Ate a Plane

When the well’s dry, we know the worth of water.
— Ben Franklin

"No bananas for me!” cried the Frenchman, not to be distracted from his main course. “Bring on the bolts!”
It was 1978 when Michel Lotito’s appetite for indigestible objects got the best of him. It wasn’t enough that he had already purposely devoured bicycles,
shopping carts, and razor blades. For two years, Monsieur Mangetout—or, “Mr. Eats-All”—devoted himself to eating a Cessna-150 aircraft. Two pounds daily brought him to his goal, adding to his nine-ton lifetime tally of metal (and perhaps mental) mayhem.
What made this possible? Mr. Eats-All apparently had unique attributes contributing toward his record-breaking binges. His super–Charmin-cushioned stomach and eccentricities helped him defy convention.
But, there’s more to it.
Mr. Eats-All understood the importance of slow digestion. Bit by bit, he was somehow able to tolerate the distress he willfully invited. Even with his stomach of steel, slugging down the pieces would have been dicey if he had gone over his two-pound limit. He could process the foreign objects only in manageable chunks. He knew when to say “when.”
This is not something I recommend doing at home, but there are lessons within this story of culinary chaos. Despite Mr. Eats-All’s ingestion of toxic materials, his tank remained resilient, and he found his maximum threshold for how much he could process. Adult life leaves us having to digest overwhelming amounts of information. Stress doesn’t come in neatly packaged rations; we’re forced to process change, loss, and harsh realities in heaping portions. Like our stomachs, our brains have limits to what they can effectively tolerate. Massive stress can leave our minds churning and on a hunt to find some sort of solace.
So, what’s the remedy? Most of us have to digest things we’d rather not. Things that puncture us and keep us awake at night. Things we prefer not to mention to others. Things that seem to be beyond what we can handle. In the middle of all of this, it’s easy to be so consumed by our worries that we forget something essential to our emotional survival: we need time and tools to better take care of ourselves—before, during, and after the storms hit.
As we’ll see, being able to maintain well-being in the face of stress requires deliberate action. It’s not about rapid digestion, a specific formula, or having “perfect” reactions to what comes your way. It’s not about how your friends or family cope, or how they say that you should—but what makes sense to you personally.
RESET is a tool I’ve developed over many years as a therapist and teacher to help you understand your stress threshold and find ways to cope even when life seems completely out of control. It helps you build your own, unique definition of “self-care” and put it into action.
When you’re feeling beyond your limits, RESET’s five components will help you get your bearings and recalibrate:

Realize.
Energize.
Soothe.
End unproductive thinking.
Talk it out.

Whether you know it or not, you’re already responding to stress—either constructively or destructively. By creating a plan that is unique to your own set of circumstances, you’ll be better equipped to respond to the challenges before you.

How can you possibly begin to digest what life brings?

It’s time to find out.

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OUR PRICE:
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By Kristen Lee Costa, EdD, LICSW
Preface

The Man Who Ate a Plane

When the well’s dry, we know the worth of water.
— Ben Franklin

"No bananas for me!” cried the Frenchman, not to be distracted from his main course. “Bring on the bolts!”
It was 1978 when Michel Lotito’s appetite for indigestible objects got the best of him. It wasn’t enough that he had already purposely devoured bicycles,
shopping carts, and razor blades. For two years, Monsieur Mangetout—or, “Mr. Eats-All”—devoted himself to eating a Cessna-150 aircraft. Two pounds daily brought him to his goal, adding to his nine-ton lifetime tally of metal (and perhaps mental) mayhem.
What made this possible? Mr. Eats-All apparently had unique attributes contributing toward his record-breaking binges. His super–Charmin-cushioned stomach and eccentricities helped him defy convention.
But, there’s more to it.
Mr. Eats-All understood the importance of slow digestion. Bit by bit, he was somehow able to tolerate the distress he willfully invited. Even with his stomach of steel, slugging down the pieces would have been dicey if he had gone over his two-pound limit. He could process the foreign objects only in manageable chunks. He knew when to say “when.”
This is not something I recommend doing at home, but there are lessons within this story of culinary chaos. Despite Mr. Eats-All’s ingestion of toxic materials, his tank remained resilient, and he found his maximum threshold for how much he could process. Adult life leaves us having to digest overwhelming amounts of information. Stress doesn’t come in neatly packaged rations; we’re forced to process change, loss, and harsh realities in heaping portions. Like our stomachs, our brains have limits to what they can effectively tolerate. Massive stress can leave our minds churning and on a hunt to find some sort of solace.
So, what’s the remedy? Most of us have to digest things we’d rather not. Things that puncture us and keep us awake at night. Things we prefer not to mention to others. Things that seem to be beyond what we can handle. In the middle of all of this, it’s easy to be so consumed by our worries that we forget something essential to our emotional survival: we need time and tools to better take care of ourselves—before, during, and after the storms hit.
As we’ll see, being able to maintain well-being in the face of stress requires deliberate action. It’s not about rapid digestion, a specific formula, or having “perfect” reactions to what comes your way. It’s not about how your friends or family cope, or how they say that you should—but what makes sense to you personally.
RESET is a tool I’ve developed over many years as a therapist and teacher to help you understand your stress threshold and find ways to cope even when life seems completely out of control. It helps you build your own, unique definition of “self-care” and put it into action.
When you’re feeling beyond your limits, RESET’s five components will help you get your bearings and recalibrate:

Realize.
Energize.
Soothe.
End unproductive thinking.
Talk it out.

Whether you know it or not, you’re already responding to stress—either constructively or destructively. By creating a plan that is unique to your own set of circumstances, you’ll be better equipped to respond to the challenges before you.

How can you possibly begin to digest what life brings?

It’s time to find out.

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By Dean Gualco

We read about the great people of our time to find their inspiration for a life of risk and uncertainty, how they overcame the challenges of their life, and why they never gave up – no matter the adversity or criticism encountered. We study great people because we want to learn from their stories, their hardships and their triumphs. We converse with great people because we want to be inspired to achieve greatness in our own lives, a fact that is certainly within our grasp.

Greatness, in contrast to what some believe, is not a circumstance a person is born into. Most are not born to be multimillionaires any more than others are born to be the best tennis players of their generation. Those who become great are among the chosen few not solely because of their birthright or talent, but because of their passion and fearlessness. Great people have certain traits and characteristics that make them unique, but these traits are common to most men and women.

In studying the great people of our time, the most striking revelations were the similarities in their paths to greatness. Those who become great did so because they followed their passions, overcame formidable obstacles, went down swinging for what they believed in, and left a legacy of honor, decency, and goodness. These are the defining characteristics of the great people of our time, a remarkable story of those who led purposeful and meaningful lives that fulfilled their destiny and made the world a better place to live.


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By Dean Gualco

We read about the great people of our time to find their inspiration for a life of risk and uncertainty, how they overcame the challenges of their life, and why they never gave up – no matter the adversity or criticism encountered. We study great people because we want to learn from their stories, their hardships and their triumphs. We converse with great people because we want to be inspired to achieve greatness in our own lives, a fact that is certainly within our grasp.

Greatness, in contrast to what some believe, is not a circumstance a person is born into. Most are not born to be multimillionaires any more than others are born to be the best tennis players of their generation. Those who become great are among the chosen few not solely because of their birthright or talent, but because of their passion and fearlessness. Great people have certain traits and characteristics that make them unique, but these traits are common to most men and women.

In studying the great people of our time, the most striking revelations were the similarities in their paths to greatness. Those who become great did so because they followed their passions, overcame formidable obstacles, went down swinging for what they believed in, and left a legacy of honor, decency, and goodness. These are the defining characteristics of the great people of our time, a remarkable story of those who led purposeful and meaningful lives that fulfilled their destiny and made the world a better place to live.


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By Julia Watson

“It’s All Good” is written as the result of a mother’s journey through her daughter’s unexpected death from cancer. Unlike most books on this topic, it deals with the day to day struggles caused from grief and heartache. The book touches on Julia’s early life in a small town in Kentucky, her two daughters, remarriage and the challenges of her husbands own health issues. It’s raw and honest. It’s about those days when you think if you have to attend another birthday, wedding or holiday event, you will go absolutely crazy. Those days when you question God and why you’re still alive and your child isn’t. Those days when you feel so distant and far away from your family and friends. Those long, cold days of darkness and despair. And, yet, how can going in to a dusty, cluttered home office change your life? How can picking up a small, never read book bring you to your knees? How can three simple words, “it’s all good”, over power and erase every day of hopelessness? Totally unprepared and unexpected, it did.


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By Julia Watson

“It’s All Good” is written as the result of a mother’s journey through her daughter’s unexpected death from cancer. Unlike most books on this topic, it deals with the day to day struggles caused from grief and heartache. The book touches on Julia’s early life in a small town in Kentucky, her two daughters, remarriage and the challenges of her husbands own health issues. It’s raw and honest. It’s about those days when you think if you have to attend another birthday, wedding or holiday event, you will go absolutely crazy. Those days when you question God and why you’re still alive and your child isn’t. Those days when you feel so distant and far away from your family and friends. Those long, cold days of darkness and despair. And, yet, how can going in to a dusty, cluttered home office change your life? How can picking up a small, never read book bring you to your knees? How can three simple words, “it’s all good”, over power and erase every day of hopelessness? Totally unprepared and unexpected, it did.


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