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Mr. Boots Sifting Time is a motivational personal development tool and self-help book that gives great advice about life. It will inspire you to raise your consciousness and look at life in all the right ways, and feel good about your life. The book is a great read for anyone who wants to expand their mind and start moving their life in a new direction. It's short contemporary poetry that captures all the little bits and bites that make life messy and beautiful at the same time. Every short poem and anecdote teaches something about how to succeed in life and to do or be anything you want.
This book will open your mind to another way of thinking. It's a heartwarming stream of content that teaches how to live now and live well. It's an honest look at the author's thoughts about the worth of a man and the weight of our actions. The book is straight-talk about the games we play and the fun we're missing by not being ourselves; how simple encounters with strangers can make us better people, and touch us in ways that heal our hurts and change us forever; and how fears hold us back and love can move us forward. Every poem gives you quick notes on what matters most and provides relief to our struggles. The book is packed with inspiration and the goods are the real deal.
Just like you, the author seeks answers to simple questions we all have about life as we try to get through the day! The bible says, "Ask, and you will receive. Search, and you will find. Knock, and the door will be opened for you." This book will help you to choose what you need from your stream of thoughts and keep those thoughts going with mindfulness, so you can achieve what you set out to do, and never give up hope. It will empower you to make the best life while you still can, because there is no permanence. The author is a huge believer in the power of positive thinking. When the sun comes up it's another day, and there is beauty and magic all around us. The mystery of creation is divine. This book teaches you to look at life from different angles, and shape your life so that it gives you purpose and meaning, and achieve the happiness you desire. It will help you see that the stream of thoughts to and from your subconscious creates the texture of your life, and attracts the people and things you have in your life. When we control our thoughts, we can achieve everything we set out to do in life.
These 76 memoirs follow one of Washington's most enduring and well-traveled ghost writers through 60 countries and what seemed like a thousand years of change. J. Don Looper begins his story in the early 1920's, a time he says had more in common with the Middle Ages than with the world we live in now. He draws on a Dust Bowl childhood and personal adventures in journalism and public affairs to illustrate the rush to modern times that began in the 20's. Many essays stem from cabinet-level missions abroad and staff writing for top officials in eight presidencies. Looper's early years in Oklahoma are reflected in such memories as Born on the Old Chisholm Trail and Life, Death, and the Jackass Farm. A life in the arts and the media is described in Nudes with Attitude and Whatever Became of Type Lice? Years of overseas travel culminated in such essays as Me and Air Force One and My Audience with the Pope. Topical issues come to life in Midnight in Tehran: and Farewell to Hong Kong. Some of the book's characters still make news -- Bob Dole and Henry Kissinger for example. Others are gone -- Richard Nixon, Hubert Humphrey, and Richard Helms. But the book is also peopled with lesser-known characters who made their own mark on modern times. The oversize boots in this story were real and memorable, but the author sees them as something more, a metaphor for movin' on after the Great Depression. Like the boots, the place and time were ill-fitting for him and some others of his generation. The author moved on to new lives in Washington, Milwaukee, Key West, and the world at large. The title of the book asserts that theme: I Coulda Been a Cowboy but My Boots Didn't Fit.
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