Combining the simple wisdom of Epicurus and Eckhart Tolle, and written in the mind-bending style of Alan Watts, this visual thinking manual will help you transform your inner world. Discover how the shapes of empathy can help you think with care and live with purpose. Through awareness of motivations and multiple perspectives, you will learn to connect to the human spirit that lies beyond mere appearance. Begin your journey inward to sharpen your imagination and craft a life of meaning.
Cristina Saralegui, hailed as the queen of Latin media, is a beloved television personality, the former host and executive producer of the Emmy-Award winning talk show The Cristina Show, a savvy businesswoman, one of the most influential Hispanics in America, and a loving wife and mother. But “having it all” hasn’t always come easy for Cristina. In Rise Up and Shine!, Cristina doesn’t just reveal the secrets behind her success. She also shares personal, hard-won lessons that have helped her through life’s most difficult moments, like the cancellation of her Univision talk show after twenty-one years of dedicated work and her son’s life-threatening battle with bipolar disorder. Cristina knows what true struggle feels like and the tremendous willpower it takes to get through challenges, persevere and triumph. With Cristina’s straight-shooting, tell-it-like-it-is approach and the wisdom that comes from life’s highs and lows, Rise Up and Shine! is an empowering guide to finding your passions and achieving your dreams.
Hermead of Surazeus is an epic poem about the development of philosophy over 600 years in the lives and ideas of 26 of the greatest philosophers who contributed to the growth of civilization. This single volume edition presents in 126,680 lines of pentameter blank verse the tales of Hermes, Prometheus, Kadmos, Asklepios, Zethos Hesiodos, Thales, Anaximandros, Pythagoras, Herakleitos, Parmenides, Anaxagoras, Empedokles, Leukippos, Philolaos, Demokritos, Aristokles Platon, Aristoteles, Demetrios Phalereus, Epikouros, Arkhimedes, Ktesibios, Eratosthenes, Krates, Hipparkhos, Philodemos, and Lucretius.