Description : Life is too busy but it’s also too easy, if you look closer. Love is too complicated but it’s also too clear, if you feel deeper. Sometimes laughter is too difficult but a small smile can give us a lot of happiness. Today we all are too busy to prove ourselves and to excel. We have no time for love and we hide our emotions and affection. We always choose our priorities and we will always find time for things that we feel are important and those things which give us happiness. When we love someone, we start to care because love is a priority and not an option in life. You also have a right to love, so keep loving, stay happy.
Description : A bold, spellbinding novel featuring one of the most fascinating protagonists in recent memory, Dear Fang, With Love tells the story of seventeen-year-old Vera—ravishing, troubled, wildly intelligent—who travels to Europe with her estranged father, hoping that an immersion in history might help them forget his past mistakes and her uncertain future. Lucas and Katya were boarding school seniors when, blindingly in love, they decided to have a baby. Seventeen years later, after a decade of absence, Lucas is a weekend dad, newly involved in his daughter Vera's life. But after Vera suffers a terrifying psychotic break at a high school party, Lucas takes her to Lithuania, his grandmother's homeland, for the summer. Here, in the city of Vilnius, Lucas hopes to save Vera from the sorrow of her diagnosis. As he uncovers a secret about his grandmother, a Home Army rebel who escaped Stutthof, Vera searches for answers of her own. Why did Lucas abandon her as a baby? What really happened the night of her breakdown? And who can she trust with the truth? Skillfully weaving family mythology and Lithuanian history with a story of mental illness, inheritance, young love, and adventure, Rufi Thorpe has written a breathtakingly intelligent, emotionally enthralling book.
Description : S. Matthew Liao argues here that children have a right to be loved. To do so he investigates questions such as whether children are rightholders; what grounds a child's right to beloved; whether love is an appropriate object of a right; and other philosophical and practical issues. His proposal is that all human beings have rights to the fundamental conditions for pursuing a good life; therefore, as human beings, children have human rights to the fundamental conditions for pursuing a good life. Since being loved is one of those fundamental conditions, children thus have a right to be loved. Liao shows that this claim need not be merely empty rhetoric, and that the arguments for this right can hang together as a coherent whole. This is the first book to make a sustained philosophical case for the right of children to be loved. It makes a unique contribution to the fast-growing literature on family ethics, in particular, on children's rights and parental rights and responsibilities, and to the emerging field of the philosophy of human rights.
Description : In Everyone Has the Right to My Opinion, Michael Ramirez, the internationally known editorial cartoonist for Investor's Business Daily, offers a comprehensive collection of his award-winning cartoons, accompanied by an introduction to the images highlighted throughout the book. Each cartoon shows that a picture is worth a thousand words and transforms the news of the day into eye-catching, provocative, and hilarious images that draw people into the democratic process. His commentary on everything from the economy and markets to politics and international affairs offers a unique perspective on today's issues.
Description : The complete lesbian resource guide, Our Right to Love instantly became a classic when it was first published in 1978. Now fully revised and expanded for the 1990s, this new edition includes over 60 articles and interviews covering the many aspects of lesbian life: relationships, sexuality, health, activism, education and sports, religion and spirituality, the law and legal issues, multiethnic lesbian experience, and lesbian culture. A group of essays explores the lesbian experience across cultures (African American, Latina, Asian, Native American) and age groups. Interviews with notable lesbians Martina Navratilova, Melissa Etheridge, Margarethe Cammermeyer, and Minnesota State Representative Karen Clark examine the particular experiences of highly visible out lesbians. An extensive bibliography, resource lists and index make this the complete lesbian reference.
Description : "The Rules" have nothing on this book. An entertaining and action-packed ride through the madness that's known as "landing someone" -- the Egyptian way! Informative and fun for Egyptians and non-Egyptians alike.
Description : Never Lick a Moving Blender is a humorous look at life that will encourage you in your faith and lift you above your daily struggles. Some humor simply makes you laugh, some makes you think, and some may even motivate you to live differently. Marvin Phillips uses his endearing wit and well-known wisdom to deliver a book that does all that and more. This fully illustrated book is fun reading with a healthy infusion of optimism and hope.
Description : "WHY GOD" is an exploration of the "concept of God" and its relation to reality. It searches for evidence as to the existence or non-existence of "God" in a variety of disciplines. The principles inherent in consciousness, time, motion, space, and quantum physics produce interesting clues in the search for God. A critical look at rational thought as practiced by mankind provides evidence of our limited ability to objectively define the parameters of not only God but also the "real world" within which we exist. The book reaches out to those either deeply religious or only mildly curious as to what God really means now and the possibility that there may be a measure of truth to this enduring sense of a cosmic deity. It is a curious man's guide to exploring an old concept in a new way. If God exists, can he be contacted? What does he look like, and where can he be found? What does Satan say about the existence of "God"? A chapter is included for Satan's rebuttal to the argument that God may, in fact, exist.