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The Path to Enlightenment

by Dalai Lama

One of the most accessible introductions to Tibetan Buddhism ever published.

The Path to Love

by Deepak Chopra

Join Deepak Chopra on a wondrous journey. . . "The Path to Love." Philosophical, inspiring, and ultimately very practical, The Path to Love is a book that can change lives as it invites the spirit to work its wonders on the most complex and richly rewarding terrain of all: the human heart.From the Trade Paperback edition.

The Path to Piney Meadows

by Gail Sattler

Running from his frustrating life, Chad loses his way on Christmas Eve and soon stumbles on the remote town of Piney Meadows. Before long, he falls in love with the people of the Old Order Mennonite community, accepts a job, and settles into the area. He is touched by the good people and their strong faith, even though he still has a lingering dispute with God. Most of all, he is fond of Anna. The more he gets to know her, the more he falls in love with her. But Anna is not happy in Piney Meadows. The Mennonite community is changing, but it's not changing fast enough for her. She longs to move to Minneapolis to get a job, make her way in the world, and find herself. Chad doesn't want her to go, but Anna can only see the freedom she imagines she will get in the big city. When she's ready to leave he contemplates leaving with her, but a personal crisis shakes Chad to his core. Feeling let down by everyone--including God--Chad wonders if Anna will now desert him too.

The Path to Power (The Years of Lyndon Johnson #1)

by Robert A. Caro

This is the story of the rise to national power of a desperately poor young man from the Texas Hill Country. The Path to Power reveals in extraordinary detail the genesis of the almost superhuman drive, energy, and ambition that set LBJ apart. It follows him from the Hill Country to New Deal Washington, from his boyhood through the years of the Depression to his debut as Congressman, his heartbreaking defeat in his first race for the Senate, and his attainment, nonetheless, at age 31, of the national power for which he hungered. In this book, we are brought as close as we have ever been to a true perception of political genius and the American political process.Means of Ascent, Book Two of The Years of Lyndon Johnson, was a number one national best seller and, like The Path to Power, received the National Book Critics Circle Award.From the Trade Paperback edition.

The Path to Purpose

by William Damon

Drawing on the revelatory results of a landmark study, William Damon -- one of the country's leading writers on the lives of young people, whose book Greater Expectations won the Parents' Choice Award -- brilliantly investigates the most pressing issue in the lives of youth today: why so many young people are "failing to launch" -- living at home longer, lacking career motivation, struggling to make a timely transition into adulthood, and not yet finding a life pursuit that inspires them. His groundbreaking study shows that about one-fifth of youth today are thriving -- highly engaged in activities they love and developing a clear sense of what they want to do with their lives -- but approximately one-fourth are still rudderless, at serious risk of never fulfilling their potential. The largest portion are teetering on the brink, in need of guidance to help them move forward: some are "dabblers" who pursue strings of disconnected interests with no real commitment; others, "dreamers" who have no realistic plans or understanding of what success will require. What makes the difference? Damon shows that the key ingredient for the highly engaged is that they have developed a clear sense of purpose in their lives that motivates them and gives them direction. Based on in-depth interviews, he takes readers inside the minds of the disengaged and drifting kids and exposes their confusion and anxiety about what they should do with their lives. He then offers compelling portraits of the young people who are thriving and identifies the nine key factors that have made the difference for them, presenting simple but powerful methods that parents and all adults can and must employ in order to cultivate that energized sense of purpose in young people that will launch them on the path to a deeply satisfying and productive life.

The Path to Tranquility

by Dalai Lama Renuka Singh

A year of excerpts from the writings, teaching, and interviews of the world head of Tibetan Buddhism. Urging compassion and peace, he touches on happiness, loneliness, enlightenment, suffering, anger, and other perennial features of earthly existence. The calendar is not year specific, so can be used over and over except by readers with overdeveloped memories. An index provides access to specific topics. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

A Path Toward Love

by Cara Lynn James

Young widow Katherine Osborne returns to her family's rustic camp on Raquette Lake in the Adirondack Mountains. She's determined to live a quiet life, but her socialite mother is equally determined to push her into a new marriage while she's still young.Andrew Townsend has known Katherine since they were children. An attorney who is successful, but not wealthy, he knows she is socially out of his reach. But he's curious about what changed the free-spirited girl he once knew into this private, somber young woman.Katherine has kept hidden the details of her unsuccessful marriage. When past sins come to light, she must turn to God for the courage to be honest. But how can she trust the God she feels has let her down? When she confides in Andrew, their relationship takes a dramatic turn into uncharted territory.Amid impossible obstacles, two young people must learn to trust enough to walk the path that God has cleared for them. A path that leads to healing and restoration. A path toward love.

Pathfinder

by Orson Scott Card

From the internationally bestselling author who brought us Ender's Game, a brand-new series that instantly draws readers into the dystopian world of Rigg, a teenager who possesses a secret talent that allows him to see the paths of people's pasts. Rigg's only confidant is his father, whose sudden death leaves Rigg completely alone, aside from a sister he's never met. But a chance encounter with Umbo, another teen with a special talent, reveals a startling new aspect to Rigg's abilities, compelling him to reevaluate everything he's ever known. Rigg and Umbo join forces and embark on a quest to find Rigg's sister and discover the true depth and significance of their powers. Because although the pair can change the past, the future is anything but certain....

The Pathfinder: How to Choose or Change Your Career for a Lifetime

by Nicholas Lore

Do you jump out of bed every morning and rush to a job you love? Or is your work just a way to pay the bills? Whether you are a seasoned professional in search of a career change or just starting out, let The Pathfinder guide you to more engaging, fulfilling work. Based on breakthrough techniques developed by the author's award-winning career coaching organization, Rockport Institute, The Pathfinder has changed the lives of thousands. This completely revised and updated new edition offers more than fifty self-tests, diagnostic tools, and the acclaimed Rockport Career Design Method to help you choose an entirely new career, an entrepreneurial path, or the ideal job in your present field. You'll learn: How to design your new career step-by-step--a realistic, attainable career that fits your talents, personality, goals, and interests--a new career you will love How to deal successfully with the "Yeahbut" negative thoughts and obstacles that keep you going back to the same old ill-fitting job, day after day How to land the perfect job in your new field using personal marketing and networking (even for those who hate to network) At once comprehensive, insightful, practical, and empowering, The Pathfinder will be your personal career coach, expertly guiding you through the process of moving forward from your present uncertainty to designing a career that fits you elegantly, perfectly, like a custom-made suit.

Pathfinder Roleplaying Game: Ultimate Campaign

by Paizo Publishing

Pathfinder RPG Ultimate Campaign is an invaluable addition to the Pathfinder RPG Core Rulebook. This imaginative tabletop games builds on more than 10 years of system development and an open playtest featuring more than 50,000 gamers to create a cutting-edge RPG experience that brings the all-time-best-selling set of fantasy rules into the new millennium. The Pathfinder RPG Ultimate Campaign includes: An extensive system for generating character and NPC backgrounds, history, and family, from the son of the farmer to the king's daughter; innovative new story feats that tie your character's background and experiences into the game, giving players goals to accomplish for even greater rewards; a complete system for tracking what your character does between adventures, from opening a tavern to crafting a powerful magic item; a number of systems to expand Pathfinder play, including fame, honor, relationships, and more; rules for building and maintaining a kingdom, from a small town to a mighty nation; and a simple system for taking kingdoms and larger armies to war against their neighbors or even incredibly powerful monsters, like ancient dragons or the terrifying tarrasque.

Pathology of the Hard Dental Tissues

by Albert Schuurs

This is a seminal text uniquely dedicated to oral hard tissue pathology, presenting the growth of clinical knowledge and advancement in the field in recent years. Starting with a discussion of numerical and formative anomalies and unusual eruption, the book goes on to consider caries, erosion, resorption and toothwear, as well as tooth fractures and discolouration, and ends with a chapter on congenital syndromes with dental anomalies.Pathology of the Hard Dental Tissues is an invaluable reference for specialist practitioners and researchers as well as dental students, combining a scholarly overview of the field with clinical management protocols.Includes prevention techniques as well as treatment regimesContains many colour clinical photographsAccompanied by a large number of referencesProvides helpful tables to categorise the causes and characteristics of lesions Written by a leading expert in the field

Pathophysiology: The Biologic Basis for Disease in Adults and Children (Seventh Edition)

by Kathryn L. Mccance Sue E. Huether

Written by well-known educators Kathryn McCance and Sue Huether, and joined by a team of expert contributors, this resource is the most comprehensive and authoritative pathophysiology text available! A fully updated glossary includes 1,000 terms, and makes lookup easier by grouping together similar topics and terms. Outstanding authors Kathryn McCance and Sue Huether have extensive backgrounds as researchers and instructors, and utilize expert contributors, consultants, and reviewers in developing this edition. Chapter summary reviews provide concise synopses of the main points of each chapter. Consistent presentation of diseases includes pathophysiology, clinical manifestations, and evaluation and treatment. Lifespan content includes ten separate pediatric chapters and special sections with aging and pediatrics content. Algorithms and flowcharts of diseases and disorders make it easy to follow the sequential progression of disease processes. Nutrition and Disease boxes explain the link between concepts of health promotion and disease. EXTENSIVELY Updated content reflects advances in pathophysiology including tumor biology invasion and metastases, the epidemiology of cancer, diabetes mellitus, insulin resistance, thyroid and adrenal gland disorders, female reproductive disorders including benign breast diseases and breast cancer, and a separate chapter on male reproductive disorders and cancer. NEW! Chapter on epigenetics and disease. Additional What's New boxes highlight the most current research and clinical development.

Paths Not Taken (Nightside #5)

by Simon R. Green

Recently I found the true identity of my mother, a being who's been around since before the dawn of history. She created Nightside, now she wants to destroy it...

Paths of Faith (4th edition)

by John A. Hutchison

This fourth edition is a reliable and adequate guide for the general reader and beginning student of the world's religions.

Paths of Glory

by Humphrey Cobb

The anti-war masterpiece that became an iconic motion picture-now with a foreword by the creator of the acclaimed HBO(tm) series The Wire Familiar to many as the Stanley Kubrick film starring Kirk Douglas, Paths of Glory explores the perilous complications involved in what nations demand of their soldiers in wartime. Humphrey Cobb's protagonists are Frenchmen during the First World War whose nightmare in the trenches takes a new and terrible turn when they are ordered to assault a German position deemed all but invulnerable. When the attack fails, an inquiry into allegations of cowardice indicts a small handful of lower-ranked scapegoats whose trial exposes the farce of ordering ordinary men to risk their lives in an impossible cause. A chilling portrait of injustice, this novel offers insight into the tragedies of war in any age. .

The Paths of the Perambulator

by Alan Dean Foster

Jon-Tom the spellsinger and his friends venture into the high mountains to free a cosmic creature whose captivity threatens to drive the whole world madIt's an ordinary day in the Bellwoods, save for the fact that Jon-Tom the spellsinger has awoken as a six-foot blue crab. He soon reverts to normal--as normal as a college student trapped in a world of magic and talking animals can be, anyway--but the bizarre changes keep happening, affecting not just him but the whole of this strange world. His wizardly mentor suspects these are the effects of the perambulator, a cosmic being whose presence distorts reality. One has been imprisoned in the mountains, and unless they free it, it will rip the world to shreds one insane illusion at a time. So Jon-Tom sets out, backed by the wizard, a boozehound owl, a gutter-minded otter, and a warrior koala with a taste for leather. Saving the world will be a cinch, as long as they don't lose their minds along the way.

The Paths Of The Perambulator (Spellsinger Book 5)

by Alan Dean Foster

The Spellsinger wakes up one morning as a giant crab. The cause, as determined by the turtle wizard Clothahump, is a trapped perambulator: an inter-dimensional creature that wanders through different universes leaving behind random changes to the fabric of the world. Jon-Tom and his friends attempt to free the perambulator before it wreaks permanent havoc on their world.

Paths to Adventure, Second Edition

by Laurel Hicks Marion Hedquist Shela Conrad Debbie Beck

This reader has stories with many character values woven into them. Thought questions at the end of the stories aid in understanding the selections.

Paths to God: Living the Bhagavad Gita

by Ram Dass

World-renowned philosopher and spiritual teacher Ram Dass--author of the groundbreaking classic Be Here Now--presents the contemporary Western audience with a lively, accessible guide to the teachings of the Bhagavad Gita, the classic Hindu text that has been called the ultimate instruction manual for living a spiritual life.

Paths to Otherwhere

by James P. Hogan

In the early 21st century, terrorism, economic decay and war make the world a not so pleasant place to live. But when scientists discover that the Many Worlds interpretation of quantum mechanics is true, and people can travel in mind, if not in body, between alternate universes, some of them seek a more appealing place to live

Paths to Peace: People Who Changed the World

by Jane Breskin Zalben

With a stirring quote set within a stunning and incisive collage, Zalben sets the tone for each of the sixteen peacemakers she profiles in this book. Mahatma Gandhi, Eleanor Roosevelt, Cesar Chavez,Aung San Suu Kyi, and the most recent Nobel Prize winner, Dr. Wangari Maathai, are some of the people she chose to represent different eras and parts of the globe. Many started down their path to peace during childhood, and all challenge us to think about improving the lives of others. Also included in this beautiful volume are art notes, a glossary, a bibliography, further reading, and an index, making it an excellent resource for teachers and students.

Pathway to Freedom: How God's Law Guides Our Lives

by Alistair Begg

There's good news for lawbreakers! Alistair Begg's Pathway to Freedom will help strengthen morally indifferent Christians, by teaching the importance of obedience to God's Word. This fresh look at the Ten Commandments is desperately needed in today's secular culture.

Pathway to Purpose for Women: Connecting Your To-do List, Your Passions, and God's Purposes for Your Life

by Katherine Brazelton

What is the connection between today's to-do list and God's ultimate mission? This how-to guide, filled with true personal stories, provides stepping stones through the challenges of not only discovering one's universal purposes but also discerning one's unique purposes in this life.

Pathways (Full Circle #3)

by Lisa Tawn Bergren

Drawn back once more to the Alaska of her youth, Bryn is haunted by two different kinds of love.<P> As a young woman visiting Alaska, Bryn Bailey--cousin to Trevor Kenbridge (Torchlight)--found love in the arms of Eli Pierce. But when she rejected Eli's faith, the two sadly parted. Ten years later, Bryn is back in Alaska for a summer of humanitarian aid, where she is dependent upon Eli, now a bush pilot. To her surprise, Bryn discovers that not only is she still in love with Eli, she's also drawn to the glorious country he loves--and the God he serves. Then one night, during a sudden storm, their small plane goes down in the wilderness, leaving Eli injured and fighting for his life. Can Bryn find Pathways back to civilization, to God...and to love?

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