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Root Nurture Grow

Author : Caro Langton
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Life with a potted plant is undeniably better. And better yet is the ability to grow and replicate new, healthy houseplants without ever having to visit a garden centre again. Learn to share, swap and celebrate the miraculous methods of multiplying all of your favourites at almost no cost at all. And here’s the secret: it’s really, really easy. Plants are designed to multiply. They spread their roots, send off inquisitive shoots, and regenerate themselves in all sorts of exciting and unexpected ways without any help. Even for the beginner indoor gardener, a single leaf can hold enough life to be successfully grown into a brand new plant. With Root, Nurture, Grow, you’ll quickly discover how to propagate any houseplant, take cuttings, cultivate runners and offsets, divide plants at the roots and even grow brand new root systems in the air. You’ll learn pruning methods that produce no waste, organic rooting medium recipes, and eventually enjoy gifting and swapping newly grown greenery with friends, family and other houseplant hoarders you’ll meet along the way. As well as myriad propagation methods, the book includes practical DIY projects to better nurture and display your plant family, including a homemade propagation chamber and simple self-watering planters.

Houseplants for All

Author : Danae Horst
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Turn over a new leaf with Houseplants for All, and actually keep all your plant babies happy and healthy. Use the plant profile quiz to easily find your perfect match instead of picking up whatever catches your eye at the store and hoping that it'll survive your home and lifestyle. Whether you're always busy and can't remember to water, get unobstructed natural light all day, or live in the shadow of a skyscraper, a tropical oasis or arid winter-land, there is a plant that'll thrive with you. After finding the right plants for your home, this book will help you to master plant care, complete with projects and tips for which containers work best, the best plants for small places, how to live together with pets and plants, and solutions to problems like pests, root rot, and lack of nutrients. Whether you're an experienced plant parent or have never owned anything other than a fake ficus, this book is the perfect guide for happy plants in your home.

Reflections and Poetry to Ponder

Author : Diane Hicks White
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My poetry can best be described as a personal journey lived through depression. From childhood through adulthood I have existed with depression. I have always enjoyed reading and so with reading, the idea of writing poetry came to mind. Being able to express my emotions has played a big part on my road to recovery. Seeing people like myself has helped me give more understanding of how depression affects the mind. Through my poetry I have been able to talk of these emotions through faith in others who have helped me and through my faith in God who has never left me. I try to end my poetry not in negativity but with a purposeful emotion that will give the reader hope, a hope that he or she will someday reach, that pinnacle in their lives that will help them to see beyond that hopelessness of depression. Diane Hicks White 2007

Climate Change and Developing Countries

Author : Banshaikupar Lyngdoh Mawlong
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Climate change knows no boundaries and its cost must be borne by all earthlings. While the technologically advanced and developed countries are better prepared for responding to climate change, it is the developing countries that are the most vulnerable to climate change impacts because they have fewer resources to adapt politically, socially, technologically and financially. Climate change is, thus, a matter of moral and cultural ethics. Climate change adaptation methods need to accommodate traditional environmental knowledge and practices of different indigenous cultures. This book explores the ability to concerted global action and mechanisms to enable developing countries to adapt to the effects of climate change that are happening now and which will worsen in the future.

365 Days of Hope

Author : Susan Parry-Jones
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p>For survivors of traumatic experiences like abuse, the goal is to forget. But like a beach ball that we try to hold under the water, things keep bubbling up. We get triggered. Memories won’t fade. The past refuses to stay in the past. Recovery is a personal journey towards wellness that involves intense work—allowing pain to surface, allowing grieving to occur, and learning new ways of looking at ourselves and our pasts. 365 Days of Hope is a refreshingly honest book that is like taking a walk through the recovery journey with a friend beside you—offering insight, support, and encouragement because he or she knows the journey. Set out in 365 stand-alone sections, this book builds from basic ideas about finding support and learning how to take care of yourself to dealing with gritty issues like identity, sexuality, grief, and becoming your own hero. It helps survivors learn skills like learning to use positive affirmations and managing negative self-talk. It is practical and thought provoking and invites readers to participate in their own recovery process. We all need a little hope, and this book is about providing survivors of abuse with 365 days filled with hope for their own recovery journey.

House Plant Journal

Author : HousePlant Praplant
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This logbook is ideal for tracking your green friends, helping you make sure they're being watered properly and enjoying the conditions they need to thrive. This log features : watering and fertilization records individual plant profile sheets sunlight requirements fertilization needs the needs of the soil water needs propagation method a space to record up to 60 individual plant species 120 pages of logging space Elegant cover This would be a great gift in your plant obsessed buddy! green house, plant water meter, hoya plant, galison puzzle 500, dream house ideas interior, water tracker, indoor soil, pilea plant, wild interiors book, houseplant book, hilton carter, houseplant resource center, houseplant fertilizer, how not to kill your houseplant, plant light meter, succulent puzzle 1000 piece, wild at home, succulent watering, the jungle grows back, one plant, the new plant parent book, bright starts fish, succulent planner, new plant parent, smudges grumpy day, books about houseplants, houseplants book, patina farm, wild interiors hilton carter, garden journal planner and log book, wild interiors beautiful plants in beautiful spaces, singing to the plants, biblio style book, little book of house plants and other greenery, fragrant houseplants, one n, how to raise a plant, mudpuppy puzzle 1000 piece, houseplant lighting, steve bender books, soil sample, house plants for dummies, grumpy gardener, houseplant jungle puzzle, house plants and hot sauce book, grumpy gardener book, house plant puzzle, houseplant puzzle 1000 pieces, houseplants for dummies, mark sikes more beautiful, puzzle galison, indoor plant water meter, hilton carter wild interiors, gardening journal planner, danielle rollins, plant notepad, feeding grow fish, game on journal with lock, cactus journal notebook, gallison 500 puzzle, wild at home hilton carter, boho journal, plant driven design, tropical houseplants, houseplant guide, plant pots boho, gardening journal spiral bound, gallison jigsaw 1000, hoya book, tropical planner, root nurture grow, mark d sikes, practical houseplant book, how to not kill your houseplant, inddor plants, wild at home plant book, hoya plant book, houseplant puzzle, houseplant expert, houseplant jungle 1000 piece puzzle, botanical puzzle, the new plant parent, jungle puzzle, houseplant leaf armor, plant log book, garden journal spiral bound, how to raise a plant and make it love you back, carters fish, plant parenthood, tropical plant book, plant propagation book, handmade houseplants, succulent care book, how to raise a plant and love you back, vegetable garden journal, hpuse plants, journal with removable pages, practical house plant book, indoor jungle book, desert puzzle, houseplant grow light, houseplants for a healthy home, house plant encyclopedia, galison journal, how to kill your brother, indoor plant care book, kew gardens, plant jigsaw puzzle, grumpy gardner book, macetas para plantas interior, succulent garden puzzle, gardeners journal, indoor house plant book, aloe succulent, bonsai care book, puzzle succulent, houseplant encyclopedia, houseplant care book, gardening log book, plant soil meter, my garden journal, cactus journal, gardening diary, urban jungle book, summer rayne oakes, spiral plant, house plant expert, pothos soil, house plant journal, books about succulents, cactus jigsaw puzzle, gallison puzzle 1000, plant tribe book, tropical plant puzzle, galison houseplant jungle puzzle, darryl cheng, plant parenting book, leslie halleck, plant parenting, green plant book, plant watering schedule, exotic plants book, house plant guide book, indoor houseplant book, plant spiral notebook, houseplant pruning

Wild Roots

Author : Doug Elliott
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The author profiles roots, rhizomes, corms, and tubers that grow in fields, forests, and marshlands of North America.

Reclaiming Our Roots Volume I

Author : Mark Ellingsen
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Reclaiming Our Roots, the most inclusive church history textbook on the market today, pays special attention to such matters as Christianity in the southern hemisphere, Eastern Orthodoxy, the church among minority cultures in North America, and the role of women in church history. It includes not just names, dates, and events in church history, but also sophisticated theological analyses of the issues that have made history, making it useable as a text for both history of Christian thought as well as introduction to church history courses. Readers are exposed to a variety of credible, scholarly interpretations of issues, events, and major figures, and encouraged to make their own judgments based upon the evidence and with the help of suggested primary source readings. Leading questions that open doors for group discussion and individual reflection on the core issues follow each section.


Author : Hazel Rose Markus
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“If you fear that cultural, political, and class differences are tearing America apart, read this important book.” —Jonathan Haidt, Ph.D., author of The Righteous Mind Who will rule in the twenty-first century: allegedly more disciplined Asians, or allegedly more creative Westerners? Can women rocket up the corporate ladder without knocking off the men? How can poor kids get ahead when schools favor the rich? As our planet gets smaller, cultural conflicts are becoming fiercer. Rather than lamenting our multicultural worlds, Hazel Rose Markus and Alana Conner reveal how we can leverage our differences to mend the rifts in our workplaces, schools, and relationships, as well as on the global stage. Provocative, witty, and painstakingly researched, Clash! not only explains who we are, it also envisions who we could become.

Dwellings of Enchantment

Author : Bénédicte Meillon
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Dwellings of Enchantment: Writing and Reenchanting the Earth offers ecocritical and ecopoetic readings that focus on multispecies dwellings of enchantment and reenchant our rapport with the more-than-human world. It sheds light on the marvelous entanglements between humans and other life forms coexisting with us–entanglements that, when fully perceived, call onto humans to shift perspectives on both the causes and solutions to current ecological crises. Working against the disenchantment of humans’ relationships with and perceptions of the world entailed by a modern ontology, this book illustrates the power of ecopoetics to attune humans to the vibrant matter both within and outside of us. Braiding indigenous with non-indigenous worldviews, this book tackles ecopoetics emerging from varying locations in the world. It underscores the postmodernist, remythologizing processes going on in many ecopoetic texts, via magical realist modes and mythopoeia.


Author : Daniel Stephens
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Used to luxurious, high-profile city life, Chris's world is shattered when tragedy takes his husband and young son. Seeking a life free from pain, Chris returns to his grandfather's cabin on the shores of Wolf Thorn Lake, Maine. When Chris meets Jake, the earthy young man who resides across the lake, Chris faces his most challenging decision yet. Does he continue his life alone, or does he risk his heart and the potential of love he sees illuminated in Jake's warm eyes? A young man running from pain, a rural free spirit with the ability to heal, and a wolf who haunts the shore-line of Wolf Thorn Lake illustrate the endurance of the human heart, the capacity to learn how to love again, and the heart's ability to restore even the most wounded of men.

Robert Parris Moses

Author : Laura Visser-Maessen
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One of the most influential leaders in the civil rights movement, Robert Parris Moses was essential in making Mississippi a central battleground state in the fight for voting rights. As a leader of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), Moses presented himself as a mere facilitator of grassroots activism rather than a charismatic figure like Martin Luther King Jr. His self-effacing demeanor and his success, especially in steering the events that led to the volatile 1964 Freedom Summer and the formation of the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party, paradoxically gave him a reputation of nearly heroic proportions. Examining the dilemmas of a leader who worked to cultivate local leadership, historian Laura Visser-Maessen explores the intellectual underpinnings of Moses's strategy, its achievements, and its struggles. This new biography recasts Moses as an effective, hands-on organizer, safeguarding his ideals while leading from behind the scenes. By returning Moses to his rightful place among the foremost leaders of the movement, Visser-Maessen testifies to Moses's revolutionary approach to grassroots leadership and the power of the individual in generating social change.

Growing Native Hawaiian Plants

Author : Heidi Leianuenue Bornhorst
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Horticulturist and gardening columnist Heidi Bornhorst provides practical advice for growing 75 plants-33 of them new to this edition. A section on basic techniques includes growing plants from cuttings or seeds, air-layering, grafting, watering, xeriscaping, transplanting, fertilizing, pruning, and water gardening. Sections on ground covers, grasses and sedges, shrubs, vines, trees, and ferns explain the care and use of individual plants and describe each plant's importance in Hawaiian culture. Photos illustrate the features of the plants and their use in the landscape.

Nurture the Seeds of Unity Take Root and Reclaim Our Lives

Author : Lita P. Mariano
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Bohemia by the Sea

Author : Michael Whorf
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Bohemia by the Sea is a book of memories of Michael as a young boy. Mike was the youngest of four children and lived with his parents, Vivienne and John, at the tip of Cape Cod in Provincetown, Massachusetts. Michaels father, John Whorf, was a gifted American impressionist painter, who went on to become an outstanding watercolorist. This is small town America from 19391945, during World War II, which Whorf has labeled Bohemia by the Sea. In a series of vignettes, Michael attempts to capture the family stories during a time of turmoil and anxiety during the war. Through colorful anecdotes, he describes the wonderful, unforgettable moments and personal memories of his life.

Called to Corporate

Author : Katie Talarico
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Many people struggle to find purpose and meaning in their corporate or business job. Are you one of them? Called to Corporate is written from the perspective of a service-minded young woman who never intended to have a corporate career but was called by God to work in a corporation. There, she found her purpose and vocation, while also growing in faith and Christian character in day-to-day business life. This book is a compilation of personal reflections and insights on faith in the workplace and focuses on the vocation and call to work in business and how we can grow in holiness in this space. It is especially useful for those employed in business or corporate environments; however, any professional can find value in its lessons. Called to Corporate explores many aspects of the workplace: learning from difficult situations, encountering our weaknesses and sins, being a beacon of light to those around us, growing in love and virtue, finding our purpose and mission, and deepening our relationship with God and our character through twists and turns, joys and setbacks. The book provides practical spiritual practices for the working professional, reflection questions, as well as examples of how to find and encounter God in daily workplace experiences. It also offers insights on leadership and work performance from a faith perspective.

The Vegetable Gardener s Bible 2nd Edition

Author : Edward C. Smith
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Smith’s legendary high-yield gardening method emphasizes wide rows, organic methods, raised beds, and deep soil. Succeed with fussy plants, try new and unusual varieties, and learn how to innovatively extend your growing season. With thorough profiles of hundreds of popular varieties, The Vegetable Gardener’s Bible provides expert information and an inspiring roadmap for gardeners of all skill levels to enjoy abundant homegrown vegetables.

Fear Phobias and Freedom

Author : Dan Brooks
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This book can forever change how you think about your inner fears. Based on field studies and the author's own life experience, Fear, Phobias, and Freedom will take you on a fantastic journey of discovering the root of all fear and how it affects every cell in your body. This book, written from the perspective of the layperson, can help you discover how every thought you have, positive or negative, has a lasting chemical reaction in the body. When we learn how to let go of fear and stress, we can alter the outcome of our health and happiness. We will guide you on a comprehensive journey in understanding the two base ingredients of all fears and phobias. You will be shown how your fear is used by others to control your daily life. This step-by-step guide is designed to build your understanding of fear and then effective techniques that will give you actual results and put you on the path to true happiness.

Allow the Water

Author : Leonard Desroches
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Allow the Water combines an introduction to nonviolence with a deeper exploration into some of its dimensions. Though its style is mainly that of storytelling, there are also as many helpful references as possible. The book is 500 pages long, but photos and drawings make up almost half the volume. This is an exploration of the spirituality and practice of the force of love we inadequately call "nonviolence." Nonviolence is people and their stories before it is idea - a way of living and acting, not just a way of thinking. This book is one contribution to an urgently needed conversation. It is not meant to be "complete." There are questions, observations and convictions. Hopefully, in their thoroughness and simplicity, the contribute to our common search.

Spiritual Well being of the Elderly

Author : James A. Thorson
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