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Say What You Mean

by Kristine Morris

Words can hurt, and they can heal. We need only look around us these days to see how the words we use, and the ways we use them, can create or destroy individuals, families, communities, even nations. In these chaotic times, Oren Jay... Read More

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Extra Helping

by Kristine Morris

The gift of a pot of hot, nourishing soup; a loaf of bread still warm from the oven; a salad of bright, crisp greens; or a rich chocolate pudding says “I care” in a way that words cannot. Written for those for whom cooking is an act... Read More

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The Miracle Club

by Kristine Morris

In the late nineteenth century, a small group of esoteric seekers calling themselves The Miracle Club explored principles and techniques to affect reality through thought. Mitch Horowitz, a writer on alternative spirituality and a New... Read More

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The Empathy Effect

by Kristine Morris

Empathy—the ability to feel deeply what another person feels—was long thought to be an inborn trait, but Dr. Helen Riess proves that life-transforming empathy skills can be taught. This comes as good news in these days when empathy... Read More

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Winter's Graces

by Kristine Morris

In cultures where elders are valued, the greeting “You look old today” is seen as a compliment. This is not the case in the United States, where aging is often seen as an embarrassing decline into misery, especially for women. In... Read More

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Hope Rising

by Kristine Morris

For all those who have come to think of hope as an impotent wish, a vague, flimsy idea that things will be better in the future, this book brings good news: Hope is real. It’s measurable. It has life-saving power. And it can be... Read More

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