From the award-winning author of "Dojo Wisdom" comes an inspirational guide to achieving happiness in motherhood. Here, Lawler offers 100 simple ways to become a calmer, happier, more loving parent.
Author: Jennifer Lawler
Publisher: Penguin (Non-Classics)
Category: Family & Relationships
A martial arts expert and author of Dojo Wisdom draws on the principles and practices of her training to present a series of one hundred life lessons to help women develop their individualized parenting strategy and to balance the demands of child rearing with the need to experience a fulfilling personal life. Original.
Dojo Wisdom for Mothers: 100 Simple Ways to Become a Calmer, Happier, More Loving Parent. New York: Penguin, 2005. Louden, Jennifer. The Woman's Retreat Book. New York: HarperCollins, 1997. MacDonald Strong, Shari, ed.
Author: Amy Tiemann
Category: Family & Relationships
Read Amy Tiemann's posts on the Penguin Blog. MOJO MOM helps you answer the question, "Who Am I Now that I'm A Mom?" What is Mommy Mojo? It's the feeling you get when you're a parent at the top of your game, juggling the kids and the many facets of life, and keeping your own needs in balance. Motherhood is a tremendous gift, but it's also a huge identity shift. Becoming a Mojo Mom means bringing your self and your dreams back into focus, while still giving your family the loving attention it needs. It may sound like a fantasy, but it can be done. Mojo Mom shows women practical ways to: *Prepare to become a Mom without losing your identity *Survive and enjoy the intense early years *Save some of your best energy and creativity for your own ideas and dreams *Reenter the workplace or take on a new path with confidence and ease *Learn the key elements to the long-term success of your marriage *Become a Naptime Activist-and change the world in just an hour a week *Rise above the "Mommy Wars" between stay-at-home and working moms *Use motherhood as an opportunity for reinvention Getting your mojo back is not just another item for your to-do list-it's your right. Amy Tiemann, MomsRising.org executive team member and founder of MojoMom.com, will help every woman explore her true self.
BABY its mother. EAGLE Luckily FELL for out this of baby his nest eagle, and named was abandoned Eddie, a flock by of turkeys came by and adopted him as one of their own. Eddie grew up happily believing that he too was a turkey.
Author: Soke Larry Barr
Publisher: Dog Ear Publishing
The martial arts aren’t about fighting; they’re about how to live your life. Wisdom from the Dojo and Other Tales is a how-to manual about becoming a black belt in life. You don’t have to be a martial artist to benefit from the philosophy and knowledge in this book. Soke Larry Barr is the grandmaster and founder of Seido Ryu (“Way of Life Style”) Karate. He has been training and teaching for thirty-five years, and he shares his mental toughness and no-nonsense approach to life, health, relationships, and business inside these pages. The teachings of Soke Barr have benefited and influenced thousands of students. Now you can benefit too! With this book, you can start to train your brain and become a happier and healthier person. Each short chapter is a life lesson; read this book and refer to it often. Keep pushing and never, ever give up!
... including the Dojo Wisdom series (Penguin Compass). She lives in the Midwest with her daughter and two rambunctious dogs. Her Web site is www.jenniferlawler.com. Tanya Lentz, a Utah native, is a wife to Derek and mother of two.
Author: Jack Canfield
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
In this uplifting collection, you'll find true stories about the day-to-day minutiae and miracles of being the mom to a preschooler: from finding peace and purpose in what can seem (and look!) like chaos; from solving sibling rivalry to celebrating sibling revelry; from the sorrow of letting go to enjoying some personal independence as your "big kid" goes off to school.
My mother is wise , although sometimes reluctant to share her wisdom , which she calls “ butting in . ” I have had a wise editor or two . Wise people can help you learn to grow , but only if you're open to hearing from them .
Author: Jennifer Lawler
Publisher: Penguin (Non-Classics)
A martial arts expert draws on the principles and practices of her training to present a series of one hundred life lessons to help readers find their inner warriors, accompanied by brief exercises that demonstrate how to apply the teachings to everyday life. Original.
It may be something your mother said to you , or a quotation from a writer you admire . It may be something good a teacher said about writing , or a nice review of your book , or anything personally meaningful and inspiring .
Author: Jennifer Lawler
Publisher: Penguin Group USA
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Draws on the skills and principles of the martial arts to share one hundred important lessons on how to become a more inspired, creative, and successful writer, in a guide that includes personal anecdotes, practical advice, and exercises. Original.
... train with a shinai or two, a bokken, or one of the six-foot staves that were kept in a handy corner of the main dojo area. ... Remember the mother of invention and do not be confined to convention, or conceived orthodoxy.
Author: Mark D Bishop
Category: Sports & Recreation
Explosively direct: Always one to stand his ground for technical reality and historical fact, this work reflects the quality and sheer scale of information in the author's previous works. Poignant questions are asked, debates are raised and down-to-earth, enlightening answers are given. Much of what is considered to be tradition by many a karate-ka is shown to be not necessarily the case. If you think the closed-fist punch is standard fair, read the facts. If you have been taught that karate is an ancient Japanese art founded on violence, reconsider the fiction. If you think karate training is for self-development, absorb the wisdom. If you seek the truth about zen, enjoy the magic. Packed with until now undisclosed information, this book leads the way for the mature karate-ka to discover those hidden treasures that lie beneath the surface. Fifty years of training will give any teacher insights and, Mark D Bishop has more than most to offer. Read, absorb, be enriched & uncover your true self, through karate
7:27 Ø” With all (your) heart honor With all your heart honor (6óšooov) your father, your father, and do not forget (your) and do not forget your mother's birth pangs. mother who gave birth to you. 7:28 (?) Do not forget that through ...
Author: A. Jordan Schmidt
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
Despite the attention that has already been paid to the theme of creation in the book of Sirach, scholarship has yet to provide a comprehensive analysis of Ben Sira's instruction regarding the cosmic order and its role in the divine bestowal of wisdom upon human beings. This book, which consists of two parts, fills a lacuna in scholarship by offering such an analysis. The first part of this study examines Ben Sira's three main treatments of the created world, thus providing a comprehensive description and synthesis of Ben Sira's doctrine concerning the created order of the cosmos. The second part of this work analyzes the place of human beings in general, and the Jewish people in particular, within the cosmic order. This second part includes an analysis of the role of the created order in Ben Sira's wisdom instruction in 1:1-10 and 24:1-34 as well as an elucidation of the way in which his treatments of various kinds of people—civic leaders, wives, doctors, manual laborers, scribes, and cultic personnel—are integral to Ben Sira's doctrine of creation. This study demonstrates that the created order is a fundamental category that Ben Sira relies upon in articulating his instructions about wisdom and wise behavior.
She's a wife, mother of two grown daughters, sister and friend. After retiring from twenty ... Jennifer Lawler is the author of more than twenty books, including her popular Dojo Wisdom series (Penguin Compass). She writes about martial ...
Author: Jack Canfield
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
This book on stress in the successful Chicken Soup for the Soul Healthy Living Series offers inspirational stories followed by positive, practical advice. It addresses the #1 lifestyle/health issue in America today.
... Battling Sodium's hermetic brotherhood To be fed with the first milk of power By tits of Magnesium, the white mother If victory is gained in Sodium's vacuum Along as he faithfully dojourney Taking awhile he becomes the graduate!
Author: Ikenna Adiele
Publisher: Author House
A store of wisdom and knowledge unveiling itself gradually for the past seven years comes to light! The inspirational power of the "Celestial Rays of Wisdom" stands shining like the pole-sun, its knowledge rich in all youthfulness, and its wisdom ready with wings to lift you above all illusions, doubts and self-lost. It is an inspired piece of powerful esoteric/metaphysical poems and numerous wise quotes dawning today for the benefit of all humanity.
The Internship Advantage , by Dario Bravo ( Prentice Hall ) ; Mothers Dojo Wisdom , by Jennifer Lawler ( Viking ) ; Heart Smart , by Matt Devane ( Wiley ) ; Office Workout , by Shirley Archer ( Chronicle Books ) ; Chinese For Dummies ...
Release on 2016-06-08 | by Betty Byron and Cassius Mullen
“Student has progressed well from first day he entered dojo.” “It was your wisdom that guided me to this point in my life.” “So, now you are prepared for more wisdom from your Sensei?” Something about the way Sensei was staring at him ...
Author: Betty Byron and Cassius Mullen
Publisher: Page Publishing Inc
A New York gangster is convicted of murder and racketeering and sent to federal prison for life. Shortly after the trial the prosecuting attorney’s automobile explodes in front of his residence in Brooklyn. His wife is killed and he is presumed dead. The authorities suspect the gangster’s crime family is responsible for the murder but are unable to prove it. The injured attorney is covertly entered into a special federal protection program where he is given a new face and identity – Derreck Drummond. His new career is that of an investigator for the Department of Justice. Over the ensuing months Drummond and his able assistant operating out of Chicago conduct investigations into various crimes around the country and report their findings to DOJ. While doing so Drummond never forgets the death of his wife as he relentlessly pursues a course of revenge. During one of his investigations a twist of fate provides the vehicle by which he is able to extract the justice he so perniciously craved; he was living for this moment.
Wisdom delivered, he straightened up and shuffled away, humming. Erik stretched his legs toward the wall and ... “Mom, no,” he had said, grabbing the doorjamb to resist being pushed inside the local tae kwon do dojo. “Mom, noooooooo!
Author: Christina Uss
Publisher: HMH Books For Young Readers
Category: Juvenile Fiction
Each member of Erik Sheepflattener's modern-day Viking-heritage family has a motto to live by. Erik is developing a motto he can truly believe in : avoid stuff. But when he and his older sister Brunhilde spend the summer with their rough-and-tumble cousins in Minnesota, axe-wielding Bru gets the idea to name and conquer all of Erik's fears.
She pulled at her mother's hand. “See, Mommy? ... Maddie nodded with the wisdom of an elder. “Oh, this is my mom. Mommy, this is Lauren.” Maddie's mother introduced ... “See you in the dojo!” Maddie skipped back to her table followed by ...
Author: Edith Maxwell
Publisher: Beyond The Page
In the second Lauren Rousseau Mystery by Agatha Award-winning author Edith Maxwell, a grisly murder stirs up long-buried secrets surrounding the disappearance and death of Lauren’s father . . . As a bitter controversy rages over a secretive local land trust in her small New England town, linguistics professor Lauren Rousseau is not wholly surprised when she stumbles upon the dead body of one of the trust’s key members, his throat neatly slit from ear to ear. The only question is which of the many potential suspects is capable of so violent an act. But then the bluffs where she discovered the victim yield a shocking clue, one that may lead to the killer—and may be tied to her own father’s mysterious disappearance more than a decade before. As Lauren begins looking for answers to both mysteries among her fellow townspeople and even members of her own family, long-hidden secrets begin to emerge about the victim’s volatile sister, corruption at the heart of the land trust, and even about her father’s life. And as surprising revelations begin to mount, along with threats to her own life, Lauren knows she must pursue the cases to the very end—no matter how disturbing the solutions may be . . . This book was originally published as Bluffing Is Murder under the name Tace Baker. Praise for Murder on the Bluffs: “[Maxwell] has a genuine knack for spinning a deftly crafted mystery that will keep the reader’s total attention from beginning to end.” —Julie Simmons, Midwest Book Review “In this page-turner of a mystery, linguistics professor Lauren Rousseau uses her smarts, her Quaker faith, and her summer vacation to bring a vicious murderer—and a secret from her own past—into the light.” —Barbara Ross, Agatha-nominated author of the Maine Clambake Mysteries “Starts with a bang and doesn’t let up!” —Philip Gulley, author of the Harmony and Hope series “This is a smooth read with a lovely setting, appealing characters, lots of satisfying plot tangles, and a deep secret from Lauren’s past to keep you turning these pages.” — Agatha Award-nominated author Kaye George
Nevertheless, I repeat it, because the continuous repetition of our acquired skills and knowledge acts as the mother of wisdom. ... I love Aikido, because in the Dojo it doesn't matter which status you have in life.
Author: Milka Gostovic
Publisher: tolino media
Martial arts teaches effective techniques of self-defense. Due to the demanding training, you will strengthen your body, mind and spirit. Grip strength, throwing, punching, kicking, pushing and falling techniques improve your physical fitness, but as a martial artist you learn much more during your training: Aikido, Judo, Karate, Taekwondo, Wing Tsun as well as other martial arts represent a philosophy of life. This philosophy will support you during the challenges that life throws at you. With every training session, you work on becoming a better version of yourself. That way you benefit from an inner peace, which nobody can take away from you. Numerous values and virtues of martial arts can easily be transferred to life situations. As a result you strengthen your character from several angles. Convince yourself of the 77 reasons why ambitious martial artists always stay faithful to their training and never give up.
Feng Shui is the ancient Chinese art of arranging physical space to maximize positive energy. Whether you’re a novice or knowledgeable about Feng Shui, a powerful CEO or an assistant, this guide will help you tap the power of Feng Shui in your workplace to boost your productivity and performance. Feng Shui Your Workplace For Dummies will help you work more effectively, with dozens of simple fixes and tweaks to enhance energy, increase harmony, relieve tension, and promote career achievement. You’ll get an overview of Feng Shui terminology and principles and discover how to: Deal with any type of workplace, including a cramped cubicle, open concept office, traditional office, or a makeshift home setup Choose and arrange furniture to bring more energy and flow to your workspace Deal with improper lighting, glass doors, and walls Reduce clutter Use light, flowers, and sound to create harmony Make the most of color and texture, including dressing for success Use Feng Shui in your interactions with others for harmonious relationships with colleagues Build a business the Feng Shui way Written by Holly Zeigler, a Feng Shui devotee and consultant for commercial and residential architects and developers, and Jennifer Lawler, a master at Martial Arts and author of Martial Arts For Dummies and ASVAB For Dummies, this book helps you put the time-honored principles of Feng Shui to work in your workplace! It even includes a workspace sketch pad to help you plan your furniture placement. After all, according to Feng Shui, something as simple as moving the furniture in your workspace can help you move up in the workplace!
... 308 Divine Liturgy (Native Alaskan Orthodoxy), 339 divine power, 787 divine wisdom, 1378 See also Theosophy dojo (martial ... 1074–1081 Another Kind of Love: Homosexuality and Spirituality (Woods), 1076–1077 Another Mother Tongue; ...
Author: Gary Laderman
This four-volume work provides a detailed, multicultural survey of established as well as "new" American religions and investigates the fascinating interactions between religion and ethnicity, gender, politics, regionalism, ethics, and popular culture. • Comprises contributions from more than 100 top scholars covering a breadth of topics such as Día de los Muertos, Heathenry, Islam, Pentecostalism, roadside shrines, Sufism, Wicca, and Zen from a variety of interdisciplinary perspectives • Provides thought-provoking insights into religion's interactions with cultural backdrops throughout America, including in education, entertainment, the Internet, the environment, politics, and at home • Contains photographs and illustrations depicting a wide range of religious figures and activities as well as significant religious sites in the United States • Supplies an entire volume of primary source documents illustrating the religious diversity in American culture, including Cecil B. DeMille's essay "The Screen as Religious Teacher" as well as more conventional materials on Christian Science, the New Age, and Buddhism
Nevertheless, despite the enjoyment, this book was made possible by the positive support and encouragement of family and friends. I am eternally grateful to Sarah, my wife, my friend, loving mother of our two children, and great source ...
Author: Antonio Terrone
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
In The Moon in the River: The Bud Path to Empty Mind, Dr. Antonio Terrone has found a way to write about bud, the “Way of War,” avoiding the trap of over intellectualization. The poems in this collection are meant to guide a practitioner along the life-long path of bud, training to unify mind and body, thought and action. The writing style is straightforward and sincere; natural and without artifice; all admirable qualities in a practitioner of both bud and Zen. This is a collection that should be savored slowly, poem by poem, again and again over a long time. Ken Kushner, Roshi and Abbot, Daikozen-ji, author of One Arrow, One Life: Zen, Archery, and Enlightenment.
confident, full of strength and wisdom. My heart twisted at the thought of how happy we had been then. Before my uncle had ripped us apart. Would I ever see Mother again? My soul lifted with the hope that one day Mother, Moriyasu, Hana, ...
Author: Maya Healy
Publisher: Oxford University Press - Children
Category: Juvenile Fiction
In book two of this addictive quartet, Kimi and her sister, Hana, have disguised themselves as boys to study at Master Goku's dojo. They prepare themselves to take revenge on the uncle who murdered their father and older brothers by becoming masters of the sword, and their combat skills are deadly. But after their uncle's unexpected arrival and Master Goku's untimely death, the sisters' future is uncertain. Kimi and Hana are forced to go on the run once more, but word has come that their mother and younger brother are alive and waiting for them. Can Kimi, Hana, and their friend Tatsuya survive the perils that lie ahead and defeat their uncle once and for all?