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Long-term thinking and planning is such an ingrained part of everyday life that we tend either not to see it or merely take it for granted. From pensions, retirements, holiday planning, marriage (or divorce) to corporate strategy and choosing the right school for our kids—the assumptions we make about tomorrow tend to be sketchy at best. Why do we so often underplay such important future plans in our lives? One of the main reasons is that we have never been given the right tools with which to think and plan ahead. Futurology—the art of thinking ahead—has often been relegated to science fiction writers and witch doctors. In fact, it's a tool that can actually help us understand and plan for a better future for ourselves. This book, by a leading futurologist, presents the practical tools of long-term thinking and planning for the everyday situations that we all face.
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All I want to do is to buttonhole each and every one of my friends and say, 'You must read Wake up and Live!'" - Jean Starr Untermeyer **** "Fascinating and exactly the spring tonic that most of us need." - Chicago Tribune **** "She made her own test with sincerity and faith, and her entire life was changed to one of overwhelming success." - Earl Nightingale, The Strangest Secret
The first and only book to blow the whistle on wasted contributions, Don't Just Give It Away shows readers how to tune out fundraising hype and make their donations to charity really count.
Monty ist ein Golden Retriever und, von seiner Schwäche für Käse einmal abgesehen, ein ziemlich vernunftbegabtes Wesen. Als sein geliebtes Herrchen ermordet wird, ist er am Boden zerstört. Zum Glück findet er ein neues Zuhause bei Rose Sidebottom, der Polizistin, die den Fall aufklären soll. Doch die Ermittlungen erweisen sich als kompliziert. Monty kombiniert blitzgescheit: Die Zweibeiner brauchen sofort Hilfe! Zusammen mit seinen tierischen Freunden macht er sich auf die Suche nach dem Täter.
Any visitor to Belgium or the Netherlands is immediately struck by the number of convents and beguinages (begijnhoven) in both major cities and small towns. Their number and location in urban centres suggests that the women who inhabited them once held a prominent role. Despite leaving a visible mark on cities in Europe, much of the story of these women - known variously as beguines, tertiaries, klopjes, recluses, and anchoresses--remains to be told. Instead of aspiring to live as traditional religious, they transcended normative assumptions about religion and gender and had a very real impact on their religious and secular worlds. The sources for their tale are often fragmentary and difficult to interpret. However, careful scrutiny allows their voices to be heard. Drawing on an array of sources including religious rules, sermons, hagiographic vitae, and rapiaria, Fictive Orders and Feminine Religious Identities traces the story of pious laywomen between the thirteenth and sixteenth centuries.
It both emphasizes the innovative roles of women who transcended established forms of institutional religious life and reveals the ways in which historiographical habits have obscured the dynamic and fluid nature of their histories. By highlighting the development of irregular and extraregular communities and tracing the threads of monasticisation that wove their way around pious laywomen, this book draws attention to the vibrant and dynamic culture of feminine lay piety that persisted from the later middle ages onwards.