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As A Soft Landing opens, Stacey Blake tries to process her instant life-changing diagnosis of chronic myeloid leukemia (CML). She is immediately immersed into a world of serious medical procedures, including a bone marrow biopsy and preparation for a stem cell transplant. She looks for signs of reassurance from the Almighty. Stacey alternates accounts of her years of leukemia treatment and setbacks with chapters relating her business, personal, and spiritual growth, including meeting her husband Tom, visitations by angels, and a near-death experience. Through prayer and reflection, Stacey finds a deep sense of peace - and miracles begin to occur as she is enveloped in loving-kindness. *** "A Soft Landing is powerful reading because of Blake's firm belief that 'with God, all things are possible.' This is an inspirational book for anyone suffering from a life-threatening illness or for anyone with a seriously ill loved one. It provides rare insight." - Congressional Libraries Today *** ..". touching and thought-provoking. A Soft Landing is beautifully written and a wonderful read. Reading Stacey's book was a joy for me, and I have even read portions of it out loud to my ailing mother to comfort her." - Becca Chopra, author of The Chakra Energy Diet
While there are hundreds of spiritual books on the market today, Stacey Blake's Today Creates Tomorrow is exceptional. Written in concise language the author explains that while it is never possible to understand "everything" that happens in life and the 'why's' of it all, it is possible to understand much of it. Recounting catastrophic loss in her life Stacey offers that "no matter how many spiritual or mystical books you have read, it is a 'Divine Truth' that until you are finally ready to be released from pain and suffering, you will not be." " However, in "one moment" you can make a great change "within" yourself when your soul is ready." Today creates Tomorrow is a book that will lift your spirits and set your heart to soar as you realize that the creator of our Universe and the Divine Spirit does not judge you "right" or "wrong" in life. Stacey's writings on Divines Truths are beautifully described in both simplicity and elegance. Her writings on Divine Truths offer intense comfort as Stacey contends that no matter "how painful life can oftentimes be "We are all Loved" and "We are all Safe" as we walk on our journey back Home"! A powerful read.
On Christmas Eve 1971, the packed LANSA flight 508 from Lima to Pucallpa was struck by lightning and went down in dense jungle hundreds of miles from civilization. Of its 93 passengers, only one survived. Juliane Koepcke, the seventeen-year-old child of famous German zoologists. She'd been thrown from the plane two miles above the forest canopy, but had sustained only a broken collarbone and a cut on her leg. With incredible courage, instinct and ingenuity, she survived three weeks in the "green hell" of the Amazon - using the skills she'd learned in assisting her parents on their research trips into the jungle - before coming across a loggers hut, and, with it, safety. Now she tells her fascinating story for the first time, and in doing so tells us about her 'Gerald Durrell' childhood - with a menagerie of wild, exotic and sometimes dangerous pets - about how she learned to survive at her parents ecological station deep in the rainforest and about her present-day commitment to this wildlife as a biologist and dedicated environmentalist.
Presents fantasy stories written by Internet authors that explore how people, cultures, and societies are affected by the predictions of the Machine, an object that provides short yet vague phrases about how a person will die.
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