Images You Should Not Masturbate To [EPUB]

Images You Should Not Masturbate To [EPUB]
Images You Should Not Masturbate To by Graham Johnson, Rob Hibbert
2011 | EPUB | 11.11MB

Choking the chicken, spanking the monkey, airing the orchid-whatever you call it, none of the images in this book will encourage the gentle art of self-pleasure. This deceptively simple and strangely addictive book presents a laugh-out-loud collection of random pictures virtually guaranteed to dampen the urge of even the strongest libido.

If Venice Dies [EPUB]

If Venice Dies [EPUB]
If Venice Dies by Salvatore Settis
2016 | EPUB | 2.54MB

What is Venice worth? To whom does this urban treasure belong? This eloquent book by internationally renowned art historian Salvatore Settis urgently poses these questions, igniting a new debate about the Queen of the Adriatic and cultural patrimony at large. Venetians are increasingly abandoning their hometown—there's now only one resident for every 140 visitors—and Venice's fragile fate has become emblematic of the future of historic cities everywhere as it capitulates to tourists and those who profit from them. In If Venice Dies, a fiery blend of history and cultural analysis, Settis argues that "hit-and-run" visitors are turning landmark urban settings into shopping malls and theme parks. This is a passionate plea to secure the soul of Venice, written with consummate authority, wide-ranging erudition and élan.

Life on Earth: Understanding Who We Are, How We Got Here, and What May Lie Ahead [EPUB]

Life on Earth: Understanding Who We Are, How We Got Here, and What May Lie Ahead [EPUB]
Life on Earth: Understanding Who We Are, How We Got Here, and What May Lie Ahead by Mike Dooley
2016 | EPUB | 6.0MB

What’s happening in the world lately? ? How can I be happy when so many are not? ? Is life about learning lessons or passing tests? Following your heart or taking what’s served to you? ? What’s real? What matters? Who says? Who cares? ? How do we know or find our purpose?

Many of us ask ourselves these questions, and many more, as we go through our days and try to make sense of our lives. Mike Dooley asks them too, except . . . his questions get answered. Wisely. Compassionately. Fully. One such answer explained its source, stating that we all have a higher self within that predates this life and will live beyond it, and thus it knows a whole lot more than we do at “street level” about where we’ve been, why we’re here, and what will likely happen next on planet Earth.

Life on Earth takes the form of a journal in which Mike asks what’s on his mind during pivotal times in his life. As one of today’s most respected New Thought leaders and reality theorists, he offers a lofty platform for this wide-ranging dialogue that powerfully expands our perspectives on essential truths, taking on topics such as:

  • Why and how to see through the “illusions” of life on earth
  • How to make sense of natural disasters and manmade tragedies
  • Living deliberately, creating consciously, and finding your power
  • Wealth, relationships, “past lives,” and the evolution of consciousness
  • The ultimate reason for life on earth and elsewhere (it’s shockingly simple)

These are questions asked from the heart with a cautious, even suspicious, mind. Mike explores the subtleties of the replies in depth and detail using his trademark wit and realism in this intrepid explorer’s guide to the jungles of time and space.

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