It is the first book of a planned quartet. The remaining titles are Tangerine Starward, The Cobalt Edge, and Enough Sky. All titles come from the epigraph poem, “Enough Sky” —
Not getting enough sky now that
it’s pindrop dusk and Venus
flirts with a slabby moon
Spalls of silver flush livid –
I cannot flank desire
and all this reaching …
Bigger Better Braver is a proven, step-by-step guide for uncovering and putting into action the vision we each have in our hearts to live the life we are meant to lead. Provided with clarity and enhanced with inspirational client and personal stories, it shows readers how to get unstuck from old ways of behaving and take bold steps toward something new and larger in their lives.
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In the early 1960s, when land developers planned to dredge, bulldoze, and build on Upper Newport Bay, two Newport Beach residents objected. Their simple objection grew to become one of the most important ecological battles in California, with friends, neighbors, newspapers, the government, and the courts all taking sides. This is the story of Frank and Frances Robinson's life-changing journey, which ultimately impacted the history and ecology of Southern California.More info →
“A thoughtful, firsthand examination of Islam’s peaceful mainstream.”
After 9/11, the world became more fearful, and acts of terrorism were prominent in the news cycles and Islamophobia became a political tool. In Why Do They Hate Us?, author Steve Slocum takes the spotlight off the extremists and instead exposes the heart of the everyday Muslim through Christian outreach.
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