Six Ways Toward God

Author: Apollinaris Darmawan

Publisher: Strategic Book Publishing

ISBN: 1612047084

Category: Religion

Page: 226

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In Six Ways Toward God, Apollinaris Darmawan, a Muslim-born convert into the Catholic faith, clarifies the differences between religions from a very unique point of view, based on core teachings, in the way that were initially delivered. Under the assumption that there is a misunderstanding in interpreting teachings, which has caused conflict between followers of different faiths, Mr. Darmawan realized there is religious wisdom that has been wrong since its inception. Bringing together various religions, Six Way Toward God will inspire the reader to examine certain theories and belief systems in order to gain a deeper understanding of the commonality, and the search for the truth, in all faiths. Apollinaris Darmawan was born in Jakarta, Indonesia, and currently lives in Bandung, Indonesia, where he is retired after working for the Indonesian State Railways. Publisher's website: http: //sbpra.com/ApollinarisDarmawa

Grieving the Death of a Pet

Author: Betty J. Carmack

Publisher: Augsburg Books

ISBN: 9781451404289

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 119

View: 2514


Because our relationships with our animal companions are unlike human relationships, the death of a pet is like no other loss that we will experience. Draws on the wisdom of Ecclesiastes, the author's own experience, and interviews with dozens of pet lovers to guide the reader through the initial loss of a pet to the dawning of new hope and reassurance.

Dog of the Decade

Author: Deborah Thompson

Publisher: McFarland

ISBN: 1476645566

Category: Pets

Page: 212

View: 7509


What do dogs mean in America? How do Americans make meaning through their dogs? The United States has long expressed its cultural unconscious through canine iconography. Through our dogs, we figure out what we're thinking and who we are, representing by proxy the things that we don't quite want to recognize in ourselves. Often, it's a specific breed or type of dog that serves as an informal cultural mascot, embodying an era's needs, fears, desires, longings, aspirations, repressions, and hopeless contradictions. Combining cultural studies with personal narrative, this book creates a playful, speculative reading of American culture through its canine self-representations. Looking at seven different breeds or types over the last seven decades, readers will go on an intellectual dog walk through some of the mazes of American cultural mythology.

Dog’s Best Friend

Author: Lisa Begin-Kruysman

Publisher: McFarland

ISBN: 1476616264

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 224

View: 8023


In 1923, William Lewis Judy purchased Dog World magazine for just over $1,000. For the next four decades, his unique, poignant, and witty writing and editing style, combined with his genuine love for dogs, enlightened a growing population of dog owners across the nation. A prolific dog show judge and breeder and expert on dog law in America, Judy had a vision that dogs would serve humans in ways most had not imagined. He championed their use in military and police work, and in their value as assistance and therapy dogs. In 1928, he launched the National Dog Week Movement, to honor man’s best friend in a collective and thoughtful manner. Today, that movement continues, a testament to the legacy of this inspiring and gifted dog-enthusiast.

Beyond the IEOP and Me

Author: Terri Moore

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 149697171X

Category: Medical

Page: 204

View: 8849


This is an exquisite perspective on living with and life with a mentally challenged individual. She posts details of the mind of John Clarence Moore, who was born with mental challenges. His mind-set is light and slanted yet correct in his own way. “Clarence” brings humility, love, character balance to a family. The writer explains in various perspectives many viewpoints while telling one story. There are graphics of his death and coroner’s report. Clarence’s life hereafter is compelling and exciting with traumatic conclusions.

Beware Of The Dog

Author: Pat Miller

Publisher: Dogwise Publishing

ISBN: 1617812021

Category: Pets

Page: 208

View: 3957


Be (more) aware! Here is your road map to evaluating, managing and modifying aggressive behavior in pet dogs. Beware of the Dog offers a wide-ranging look at all types of aggression and the way these troublesome behaviors develop. It explains the latest protocols for evaluating and dealing with the problems of aggressive dogs from classical conditioning to operant conditioning, and prescribes management strategies that really work. Written in an easy-to-understand style that meets the needs of trainers as well as the motivated dog owner.

War Dog

Author: Damien Lewis

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 1405528079

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 288

View: 1746


In the winter of 1939 in the cold snow of no-man's-land, two loners met and began an extraordinary journey together, one that would bind them for the rest of their lives. One was an orphaned puppy, abandoned by his owners as they fled the approaching Nazi forces. The other, a lost soul of a different sort - a Czech airman, flying for the French Air Force but soon to be bound for the RAF and the country that he would call home. Airman Robert Bozdech stumbled across the tiny German Shepherd after being shot down during a daring mission over enemy lines. Unable to desert his charge, he hid the dog inside his flying jacket as he made his escape. In the months that followed the pair would save each other's lives countless times as they fled France and flew together with Bomber Command; the puppy - which Robert named Ant - becoming the Squadron mascot along the way. Wounded repeatedly in action, shot, facing crash-landings and parachute bailouts, Ant was eventually grounded due to injury. Even then he refused to abandon his duty, waiting patiently beside the runway for his master's return from every sortie. By the end of the war Robert and Ant had become very British war heroes, and Ant was justly awarded the Dickin Medal, the 'Animal VC'. Thrilling and deeply moving, their story will touch the heart of anyone who understands the bond that exists between one man and his dog.

Dogs' Miscellany

Author: J. A. Wines

Publisher: Michael O'Mara Books

ISBN: 1782432477

Category: Pets

Page: 319

View: 8763


Dogs' Miscellany features a unique and elegant collection of fascinating facts, trivia, anecdotes and legends about dogs throughout the ages. For example, did you know that 22% of the UK population own a dog? Dogs' Miscellany covers every aspect of the dog: from true stories of famous mutts to their long history, as well as biological and physiological information, curious tales, quotes, details of popular breeds, and much more. Chronicling the various exploits of dogs real and fictional, and sprinkled with sayings and observations from the greatest dog lovers, Dogs' Miscellany explores every age of man's enduring association with his canine companion, and promises to delight dog-lovers everywhere.

A Golden Family: Life & Laughter of A Family With 8 Dogs

Author: Pallavi Kakoti-McHugh

Publisher: World Trigger Point Pty Ltd

ISBN: N.A

Category: Humor

Page: 393

View: 8070


A Golden Family is the humorous and inspirational memoir of a dog lover who came to have eight beautiful, loving dogs created by the latest in veterinary science, YouTube, and bribery of a leg of lamb. It's a story of an interesting life journey starting from childhood to adulthood set in many beautiful exotic places around the world. Each dog in this journey teaches readers the importance of laughter, living in the moment, and what should matter in life to be happy. A Golden Family: Life & Laughter of A Family With 8 Dogs The heartwarming and funny story of a little girl who loves dogs and grows up to have a family of eight beautiful dogs created with artificial insemination. Her dogs daily teach her the importance of laughter, living at the moment, and what should matter in life to be happy. Pallavi has loved dogs since she was little. She moves from India to New Zealand and then to Australia. Again, she moves to the United States of America and back to Australia. Throughout one thing remains steadfast in her life and she found the same to be true in different countries - like her millions of people around the world consider their dog their best friend. Pallavi is now a young woman, graduated, married, and about to start her dream career and life in her new home with a dog she always wanted. She plans her future to detail when suddenly tragedy strikes her. Her husband Darryl insists on getting the puppy. They bring home a puppy called Wilbur that Pallavi finds on the Internet. Their life transforms from tragedy to happiness and laughter. Wilbur becomes the ideal well-behaved dog, except that he gets lonely when Pallavi is at work. Pallavi looks for a female companion dog for Wilbur. There is no female golden retriever puppy to be found before Christmas except one puppy who no one wanted because she was the runt of the litter. Pallavi, Darryl, and Wilbur bring the puppy home and name her Scarlett. Scarlett was the opposite of Wilbur. She was a mischievous master criminal puppy but despite being opposite of each other, Wilbur and Scarlett adore each other and are inseparable. Wilbur and Scarlett have many hilarious episodes and adventures for years and become Pallavi and Darryl's family and number one priority. Pallavi and Darryl want to have Wilbur and Scarlett's puppies for their legacy, but Wilbur does not know how to make puppies with Scarlett. The latest in veterinary science, YouTube, and bribery of a leg of lamb assists Wilbur to make puppies with Scarlett against all odds. They have a litter of six beautiful puppies. To keep the puppies alive, Pallavi has to hand rear them. The eight dogs grow to create A Golden Family of unconditional love, laughter, friendship, and happiness showing why dogs are human-beings' best friend

Train Your Dog Positively

Author: Victoria Stilwell

Publisher: Ten Speed Press

ISBN: 1607744155

Category: Pets

Page: 256

View: 3737


Victoria Stilwell, positive reinforcement dog trainer and star of the hit Smithsonian Channel TV show, Dogs With Extraordinary Jobs, explains how to use her force-free, scientifically-backed training methods to solve common canine behavior problems. Victoria Stilwell, America's favorite no-nonsense trainer, has rehabilitated some of the world's most difficult dogs—and now she's revealing her scientifically proven behavioral training secrets for you to use at home. Victoria's all-new training guide shows how positive reinforcement is more effective than other methods: by changing the way your dog thinks, feels, and learns, you can actually encourage your dog to want to behave. With tips and tricks for understanding canine language, harnessing the power of reward-based training, and tapping into dogs' natural instincts, there are no hopeless cases! So get ready to boost your dog's confidence, improve your communication, and build your bond with your best friend today.