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From a woman who saved a life simply by buying someone a book, to a teacher who changed a lost boy's future - Angels on Earth will introduce a series of remarkable people whose invisible thread stories will move, surprise and inspire readers.
Throughout the book there are plenty of practical ideas and mindfulness exercises, for bringing more kindness into your lives.
Follow the journey of a former stockbroker who leaves his unfulfilling desk job in search of a meaningful life. This book will introduce you to adventure, renew your faith in connecting with people and inspire you to accept kindness in your own life.
Known as one of the world’s most respected transpersonal psychologists, Pero Ferruci explores the many surprising facets of kindness in this book.
Matt Mikalatos offers a poignant look at a father's relationship with his children, the healing power of a small act of kindness and the certainty that even death can't stop love in a deeply moving memoir.
This unique book fuses scientific research around being kind with inspirational real life examples of kindness from ordinary people.
In this inspirational book, Lizzie reveals the path to self-acceptance, tolerance and provides a framework for living with confidence and resilience.
With emphasis on philosophy and interpersonal relationships, Joan Duncan Oliver probes theories and practices to explain why and how nice girls can get the corner office.
In this collection of emotionally uncensored tales, the author shares stories through which the reader vicariously experiences ways to move from self-reproach to self-nurture and self-acceptance.
Everyday across the world, people go through the full and glorious gamut of life - but sometimes, a little advice is needed. For several years, thousands turned to Cheryl Strayed, an anonymous internet Agony Aunt.
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