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The Path by Lisa Bracken (New Flight Books) 5.0 Stars (1 Review)    Price verified 3 hours ago

The Path is a philosophical exploration of secular spirituality as experienced by one on a highly individualized journey of self discovery. Throughout his experience with others, himself and their common path, "Seeker" discovers real and personal meaning as well as purpose behind the concepts reflected in the table of contents: Conception and Wholeness through faith, innocence and wonder Doubt and Dependency through default Fear through action and reaction Harmfulness, Needfulness and Compassion through transcendence Resentment and Retaliation through trust, suspicion, assumption, blame and denial Egocentricity through idolization and demonization The Perpetual Cycle through interrelatedness, purpose and balance Obtainment and Achievement through judgment, consequence, comparison, desire and patience Reverence and Sacrifice through ritual and devotion Self-Recognition through insecurity, ego, acceptance, affirmation, assessment, aspiration and love Faith and Belief through virtue and device Righteous Contenders and Exclusion through war Conventionality through seeing Restoration through perception and integration Art, Self Expression and Self Perception through inspiration, symbolism and manifestation Commodity, Bondage, Service and Exchange through opportunity, value, trade, greed, yield, risk and ruin Confrontation and Defense through fear, cowardice, surrender, strategy, compromise, decisiveness and reserve Responsiveness through giving, receiving and sharing Assuredness through avenging, assaulting, tolerance and intolerance Love, Fear, Hate and Faith through emotion, subconsciousness, vulnerability and strength Oppression and Equality through social law and spiritual law Dream Sense and Dream Being through reflection Madness through recognition Aloneness and Loneliness through contemplation Mortality through loss and sorrow Revelation through an originating source and... Transformation through resurgence

Genre: Politics & Social Sciences [x]
Length: 609 Pages (492 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Mar 28th, 2020

You And What Army? How to Neutralize Conflict and Negotiate Justice For the Totally Outgunned, Inwardly Timid, Burnt Out or Socially Defunct by Lisa Bracken (New Flight Books newflightbooks.com) 5.0 Stars (1 Review)    Price verified 3 hours ago

From newflightbooks.com: In a world fraught with conflict - sometimes hostile conflict - where access to justice can be politically, even physically barred, negotiation can be a powerfully viable avenue toward resolution. Negotiation, however, implies a compromising process of 'give and take' from those who are relatively equitably situated. For those in gravely unbalanced situations and facing enormous odds, rebalancing the field demands a greatly enhanced degree of insight, planning and persistence... evolving adversaries and conditions while simultaneously securing vital interests. With the capacity to be summoned toward a long-range campaign, negotiation, as a tool of equity and transformation, can fulfill an extraordinarily targeted and disciplined role in illuminating truth; paving access toward justice; and, facilitating sound social evolution, all the while serving short-term needs. Developed in such a way, negotiation demands broad situational analysis; the design and implementation of effective strategies; vigorous community organizing; the building of sustainable coalitions; navigating and leveraging bureaucracies; neutralizing misinformation; launching a relevant education and media campaign; and, leveraging common principals of law. For the figuratively outgunned, inwardly timid, burnt out or socially defunct, this type of coordinated approach may appear beneficial, but nonetheless overwhelming. Offering detailed and scalable field solutions as well as worksheets amounting to an evolved strategic playbook, "You And What Army?" is a practical, easy-to-use, 870 page field guide loaded with powerful, straight-forward applications and techniques useful in structuring an effective, comprehensive and far-reaching negotiation campaign. Long recognized internationally by scholars, advocates, and business leaders, "You And What Army?" is a necessary reference for negotiators, analysts, strategists, advocacy organizations, academics, attorneys, diplomats ...

Genre: Politics & Social Sciences [x]
Length: 872 Pages (2,258 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Mar 28th, 2020
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