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1. Book: Dream 11
Table of Contents
1. The New Knowledge Economy
2. Big Pitch Game vs Play (Analysed)
3. Performing Marginalit
4. Trans-cultural Research Relevance
5. Nudges/NLP (Choice Architecture)
6. Traditional Cultural Expression: (Cultural Heritage)
7. ISIS Creation of ISIS & Conflicts (Conclusion)
8. Jewish Creative Resistance (Why?)
9. Counter Extremism (Conclusion)
10. Corruption (Conclusion)
11. Future Multipolar World (ii) Nothing changes then everything changes
2. Book: Perfect 10: Ensuring Stable Environments!
Table of Contents
Thoughts of the 21st century
1.The Big Pitch: Game vs Play (i) Analysed
2.Crossed Lines And Shared Spaces : A Focus on American Book 2001 Performing Democracy International Perspectives on Urban or Online Community Based Performance Performing Marginality
3.Launch and Work of London Met University Transcultural Research Centre Relevance
4.Take a Look at “The Nudge” & Nudge Unit What is It? Mental Health in Politics. Commentary on the Nudge & Manipulators of Choice (Choice Architecture):
5.Resolution: Cultural Heritage Transmissions & Traditional Cultural Expression Rights Encouraged. (TCEs) Power of our Folklore
6. Conclusions as Regards to ISIS
7. Learning from Jewish Creative Resistance (i)Why?
8. Challenge: Writing a Counter Extremist Narrative using the relevant Surah Al-‘Ankabut (Chapter Spider) especially one based on creation (eg. creation of ISIS & Conflicts)
9. Corruption (i) Conclusion
10. Identity Politics & Aspirational Politics and Living in a Future Multipolar World
10. (i) Conclusion
(ii) Nothing changes then everything changes
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Ahh! 🔌💡🧭. Had to take a break from writing and get out the house and get something to read. It’s possible I knew exactly where this was. And even in that case I had to return a few things to the library 📚. My #essay is coming along, just tragic to write. So boring. I honestly needed a breather. And I also wanted to make this as fun as possible. Reading 📖 is a habitual, but writing ✍🏾 is something you do everyday. I’d figure I should brush up on my skills, or even entertain myself. The lessons here were my audience, and remixing. Sometimes I get my audiences mixed up and go off topic. Or confuse it with remixing my writing by using too many elements. This kind of broadened my ways. If you write too; you should look out for things like this. #happywriting#amwriting#nonfiction#nonfictionbooks#writingcommunity#currentlywriting#currentlywritingapaper#currentlywritinganessay
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The Joseph Perspective: A Short Story of Trials and Triumph by Eric Stender
Each chapter shares a separate perspective of the biblical story as told by the individuals themselves; the dreamer, the jealous brothers, a forgetful Butler, the Pharoah of Egypt and more. This story challenges you to trust God no matter the trial or tribulation you find yourself in and see the bigger picture He has planned for you.
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“Orexi!” by Theo A. Michaels
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In this enticing collection of more than 80 recipes inspired by the flavours of Greece and Cyprus, MasterChef UK’s Theo Michaels pays homage to his family heritage, championing traditional dishes and sharing his own modern cooking.
Presenting a feast for the eyes as well as the tastebuds, his fresh and delicious food is organized into chapters entitled Meze, Sea, Land, Sun, Fire and Sundowners, evoking the Greek way of life.
You too can eat like a Greek by celebrating simplicity, seasonality, abundance, healthy balance and most importantly, the joy of sociable eating.
Beautiful food sings from these pages: from juicy watermelon, glossy kalamata olives, to fragrant oregano-roasted meats and delicate fish wrapped in vine leaves. Choose a selection of mouth-watering dips and sharing plates to create a Cypriot-style meze; enjoy the freshest fish and seafood, perfectly grilled or fried and served with nothing more than a dusting of salt flakes and a squeeze of lemon juice to season; cook tender yogurt-marinated lamb on skewers over charcoal and wrap it in fluffy homemade pita to experience souvlaki at home; or whip up vibrant vegetable and pulse dishes, from cracked wheat pourgouri to slow-cooked fasolia beans. Finally, make rich Greek desserts the sweet note to end your meal; serve just enough syrup-drenched baklava with a bitter black coffee to satisfy that craving or unwind with an Ouzo Sour or Brandy Sunburn Cocktail. #bookreview #excerpt #giveaway #newrelease #alwaysreading #amreading #bibliophile #book #bookblog #bookblogger #booklover #booknerd #bookobsessed #bookrecommendation #booksdirectonline #booksofinstagram #bookstagram #bookstagrammer #booktour #bookworm #lovetoread #reader #whattoread #nonfiction #cookbook #greekfood
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Adding this to also reading Four Past Midnight.
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Yesterday a friend contacted me to buy a book for a woman she knew who was going through a break up. This woman had read the first couple chapters of “The Intimacy Interviews” and it was really speaking to her. So my friend wanted her to have her own copy.
This is how I inscribed the book. It’s advice I’m trying to give myself right now.
And then I met this woman and she invited me to visit her in her home country where we will salsa dance until 4am. She also taught me how to say “f%$k men” in Spanish.
#LuluAuthor Francis Gary Powers, Jr. stopped by our office on his book tour today to chat with us about his latest books!
Gary discussed his father’s experiences as a CIA & U.S Air Force pilot during the Cold War, the U-2 incident, the controversy that surrounded his father, and Steven Spielberg's movie #BridgeofSpies that was inspired by these historical events. ⠀⠀⠀
Gary’s books were inspired by his mission to find out the truth about what really happened to his father. He said, “It’s never too late to set the record straight.”
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This is whyOrangetheory Fitness Colorado Springs - Stetson Hills may not be for you. It's scientifically proven. It's hard. You get sweaty. Meet amazing people and fall for All the employees, from the moment you walk in you are greeted with a smile and everyone is welcoming. The coaches are not only motivators but also they have eyes like spiders! They see everything! They push and challenge you to TRY with the understanding that it's difficult. They support a new non profit each month.
Ugh!!! This is why I'm going back tomorrow. #Autismawareness
Connie Klitzsch Frew is the best and the worst at all of these.
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4/5. Any Ordinary Day: Blindsides, Resilience and What Happens After the Worst Day of Your Life. Anytime I read a headline about a horrific story or freak accident, it’s stays with me for a very long time. I ask myself all the questions the author asks in this book. How does one even begin to move on? Why does it happen to some people and not others? How are humans so resilient after they have lost everything? #grateful#thankful#blessed .
As a journalist, Leigh Sales often encounters people experiencing the worst moments of their lives in the full glare of the media. But one particular string of bad news stories - and a terrifying brush with her own mortality - sent her looking for answers about how vulnerable each of us is to a life-changing event. What are our chances of actually experiencing one? What do we fear most and why? And when the worst does happen, what comes next?
In this wise and layered book, Leigh talks intimately with people who've faced the unimaginable, from terrorism to natural disaster to simply being in the wrong place at the wrong time. Expecting broken lives, she instead finds strength, hope, even humour. Leigh brilliantly condenses the cutting-edge research on the way the human brain processes fear and grief, and poses the questions we too often ignore out of awkwardness. Along the way, she offers an unguarded account of her own challenges and what she's learned about coping with life's unexpected blows.
Warm, candid and empathetic, this book is about what happens when ordinary people, on ordinary days, are forced to suddenly find the resilience most of us don't know we have.
“The future of CanLit is female, is Indigenous—is Alicia Elliott. I anticipate this book to be featured on every ‘best of’ and award list in 2019, and revered for years to come.” (@VivekShraya) 🌿 From Haudenosaunee writer Alicia Elliott comes the must-read essay collection that asks essential questions about the treatment of Native people in North America as she offers indispensable insight and understanding to the ongoing legacy of colonialism.
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A HUGE thank you to @booksongif for the perfect Bowie detailed bookmark, while I read Susan Orlean's "The Library Book".
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"There is nothing necessarily wrong with greatness, as an aspiration, a theme, or even as the basis of a political program. The problem, politically, is that we keep looking for greatness in all the wrong places. We think we can find it in the past, dredged up for some impossible "again," when in reality it is available only to those who fix their vision on the future. Or we think it is to be found in some grand national or international adventure, when the most meaningful expression of American greatness are found in the richness of everyday life." In general, I'm not someone who actually reads a candidate's book when they are running for office, but I read this one because I've heard @pete.buttigieg speak on the news circuit and wanted to know his backstory. He is smart, sincere, and dedicated to helping others, and holy smokes I'm so hopeful for 2020.
SHORTEST WAY HOME is about Buttigieg's journey, both personal and political. He is refreshingly honest about his stumbles as well as his successes, and can keep it classy while calling out hypocrisy and lies.
“When I talk about white privilege, I don’t mean that white people have it easy, that they’ve never struggled, or that they’ve never lived in poverty. But white privilege is the fact that if you’re white, your race will almost certainly positively impact your life’s trajectory in some way. And you probably won’t even notice it.”
QOTD: Do you think the format you choose to read a book effects your experience of it?
AOTD: I do! I’m very selective about what I choose to listen to, & I always put considerable thought into whether I want to read or listen to a book. I tend to enjoy listening to nonfiction (mainly memoirs) because they’re usually narrated by the author, & having them tell me the story definitely enhances my ‘reading’ experience. Although, I do enjoy fiction audiobooks too.
I listened to Smoke Gets in your Eyes and Other Lessons from the Crematorium by Caitlin Doughty, narrated by…. Caitlin Doughty. Shoutout to Zoë - @readabilitea for bringing this one to my attention, even though she ended up DNFing it, I still wanted to give it a go.
—— #BookReview : This was an interesting book because it’s the first time I’ve had any in-depth knowledge about what it’s like to work in a crematorium. As expected there was some great dark humour, one or two tender moments - I wasn’t expecting loads because I imagine to do this job you need to be able to be present in the moment, but be able to detach yourself too.
Part way through the book, it started to feel a bit sensationalist rather than informative. Yes, the entertainment angle worked for a while but it soon started to feel bit to surface level. ⭐️⭐️⭐️
(4 of 19 #mynonfiction19 )
It’s interesting that my thoughts were similar [I think] to Zoë’s - she read the book, I listened to the audio - maybe highlighting that the format doesn’t matter. However, she DNF’d, I made it to the end, so maybe it does matter after all…❓🤔