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A father describes his first walk with his newborn baby on the day the child was born, an adventure on which they splashed through puddles, followed busy honeybees, and celebrated the bounties of nature.
On The Day That You Were Born tells a beautiful story as to how the Universe conspires and call forth each one of us to live out our purpose as co-creators with the Divine. Long before your conception and birth on this earthly plain, each spirit is first birthed in the Universe.
This sweet story “The Day You Were Born” is a delightful book for the mother-to-be and her children. This short story helps explain how a child is brought into the world and celebrates a birthday. This book would be great for first time moms explaining to their young children how they came into the world, or a second time mom explaining the birth of a sibling. It emphasizes strongly the bond between mother and child, and strong ties to family throughout a child’s life.
Understanding what your birthday means to help you interpret the events in your life and unlock your potential Combining astrology with tarot and other numerology tools, this irresistible book offers readers an insight into what their birthday truly means, how they interact with others born on different days and how to interpret what birthdays can reveal about personality. Find out what your birthday says about you and what your friends' birthday says about them in this utterly compelling gift book. Use your birthday to identify key personality traits and entertain friends and family by revealing theirs. Harnessing the power of astrology in an entertaining and informative way, you'll learn about the dates, numbers, colors, and even foods with which absolutely everyone is most compatible. Packed with descriptions of every birth day of the year, The Birthday Book is written in an easy-to-understand style, beautifully illustrated, and packed with information. It is an at-a-glance reference guide to astrology, numerology and tarot that will entertain you, your friends and family for years and years.
In a small, forgotten village at the forest’s edge, a half-elf warrior named Dramon watches helplessly as the birth of a child goes horribly wrong. Dramon is used to hardship. He is a Hybrid, half elf and half human, and he fights every day to survive alongside his kin. They can count on none but themselves and often turn a blind eye to what happens around them, but not always: sometimes they hear of humans on the warpath, raiding the elven border. Those rumours they never ignore. Four seasons past, Dramon and a few other warriors were sent ahead of time to one of these settlements: they hoped they could stop the humans. They were too late then, and Dramon feels like he's too late now… The Day You Were Born gives a first glimpse of the fictional land of Thessian, introduces the Deathweaver Series and its main protagonists: the Hybrids.
An astrology expert reveals a secret formula that combines that ancient art with numerology, helping readers learn the true meaning of their zodiacal signs and birthday numbers and thus make life choices more wisely.
- Author : Dan Millman
- Publisher : H J Kramer
- Release Date : 2018-08-07
- Genre : Uncategorized
- Pages : 504
- ISBN : 9781932073751
This extensively updated edition of a crucial New Age classic will appeal to previous and new readers alike
An 83 page book of amazing facts that happened in 1939. Topics covered are UK Events, Adverts of 1939, Cost of Living, Births, Sporting Events, Book Publications, Movies of the Year, Top selling Music, World events and People in Power.
- Author : Birthday Gift Publishing
- Publisher : Unknown
- Release Date : 2019-12-13
- Genre : Uncategorized
- Pages : 102
- ISBN : 1675260249
This journal is a great gift especially for your kids but can also be a gift for your siblings and your family,
"Provides in-depth guidance on making the transition into adulthood and laying a foundation for success."--Page 4 of cover.
Designed to bring families together around God's Word, this devotional Bible shows how God's family is a model for all families and helps everyone understand what it means to be part of the family of God. A full year of weekday and weekend devotions are placed with the Bible text. These devotions will help parents and children learn more about the Bible, understand and live out biblical principles, instill solid values, and more.
A collection of original, wide-ranging, contemporary British Jewish women's voices, both new and well-known - Erica Wagner, Elizaebth Russell Taylor and Shelley Weiner. A Jewish sensibility binds the collection, which tackles modern issues with awareness, compassion and a sense of justice.
This feel good book celebrates your birth, your life, and all of the epic adventures along the way! Reaffirm your worth with a fun and colorful reminder that you are a gift!
Contains hundreds of indoor activities, including brainteasers, optical illusions, calculator and card tricks and games, quizzes, party games, contests, and psychological games.
- Author : Erkki Koskenniemi
- Publisher : Sheffield Phoenix Press Limited
- Release Date : 2009
- Genre : Religion
- Pages : 192
- ISBN : UOM:39015080848099
This practice, so distasteful to the modern conscience, and shocking when we encounter it in reading about the ancient world, was nevertheless a normal feature of life in classical antiquity. There can be little doubt that both Jews and Christians, like their neighbours, practised the exposure of infants, whether for economic reasons, or because the child was of the wrong gender, or because of its illegitimacy. Otherwise, one can hardly explain the rich variety of arguments against the custom in rabbinic and patristic literature. In this novel and penetrating study, Koskenniemi reviews the evidence for the practice from Graeco-Roman, Jewish and Christian sources, and then, in the major part of the book, examines the rejection of the custom by Jewish authors like Philo and Josephus and by Christian writers such as Clement, Justin, Tertullian, Origen, Chrysostom and Augustine, many of whom adopted the arguments of their Jewish counterparts.