Memory: How to Develop, Train, and Use It
by William Walker Atkinson
Publisher: The Elizabeth Towne co. 1919
Number of pages: 220
This book is a great insight on the workings of the human mind and how powerful it can be. It just goes to show that with a little bit of training we can improve our memory and help to recall some important data, that otherwise might be lost.
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by Lana Ribble Staheli - CCS Printing
Lana Ribble Staheli has pulled together her experience to create Bounce, a simple but profound program to add joy and fulfillment to our lives. Her voice shines through this book and encourages us to be the best person we can be.
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This encyclopedia provides well-written definitions of terms and concepts surrounding issues of life and death. It includes very practical and sometimes quirky information. The entries are related to culture, legislation, medicine, religion, etc.