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Happy Jack is a grey squirrel who lives in the Green Forest. Like most little creatures, he must fend for himself. Happy Jack has discovered a tree that chocked full of hickory nuts. He wants them to be all his own and believes the tree is his because he found the nuts. But his cousin Chatterer the Red Squirrel doesn´t believe this. A loud quarrel ensures between the two along with a chase and suddenly the hickory nuts are gone! Where could they have gone? As with all Thornton Burgess books, young listeners are taught valuable lessons about nature and positive virtues of life. Thornton W. Burgess was a conservationist and author of children´s stories. He loved the beauty of nature and its living creatures so much that he wrote about them for 50 years. By the time he retired, he had written over 170 books and 15,000 stories for a daily newspaper column. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Tom S Weiss. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/mike/001671/bk_mike_001671_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Is your mind constantly active? Are you unable to think clearly? Stressed, anxious, overweight, can’t sleep or unhappy? Monkey Meditation is a series of meditation audiobooks specifically designed to help calm and reduce the chatter of the inner monkey. Through deep relaxation, the meditation audio helps the listener regain control over their monkey mind and develop a level of inner peace with certain issues or concerns. Benefits of meditation: Lowers high blood pressure and levels of blood lactate, reducing anxiety attacks Decreases tension-related pain, such as, tension headaches, ulcers, insomnia, muscle and joint problems Increases serotonin production that improves mood and behaviour Increases the energy level, as you gain an inner source of energy Reduces anxiety and emotional stability improves Creativity and happiness increases Intuition develops as you gain clarity and peace of mind Meditation sharpens the mind by gaining focus and expands through relaxation Monkey Meditation is the birth of international best-selling hypnotherapist and self help author Benjamin Bonetti. His unique and highly advanced linguistic patterns have been integrated into series of abstract guided meditation audiobooks designed to calm the inner monkey while guiding the monkey to aspects of personal change. For full effect, it is recommended to use this meditation audio session just before going to sleep at night or whenever required using headphones. Note: The Monkey Meditation series from Benjamin Bonetti is not suitable for under 18’s. Do not use if you suffer from epilepsy, clinical depression, or any other nervous or psychiatric conditions, or whilst driving, exercising, operating machinery, or taking alcohol or drugs. If in doubt, seek medical advice. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Benjamin P Bonetti. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/sp/benb/000123/sp_benb_000123_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
This book follows the adventures of Bunny Brown, a 6 year old lively little boy, and his Sister Sue, a happy 5 year old little girl. You will enjoy learning of their adorable antics and delightful chatter. The Bunny Brown and His Sister Sue series were published by the Stratemeyer Syndicate from 1916 1930.
This book follows the adventures of Bunny Brown, a six year old lively little boy, and his Sister Sue, a happy five year old little girl. You will enjoy learning of their adorable antics and delightful chatter. The Bunny Brown and His ´´Sister Sue´´ series were published by the Stratemeyer Syndicate from 1916 to 1930. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Abigail Rasmussen. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/lind/001479/bk_lind_001479_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
The jealous old man is a funny play by the famous Spanish writer, poet and playwright Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra (1547-1616), the world-famous writer, poet and playwright. Donna Lawrence was married to a rich old man, but he was so unbearable that she was not happy with all his money and treasures. The old man is so jealous that he forbids his wife to communicate even with neighbors. Lawrence no longer wants to live this way and decides to have a lover ... The glory of Cervantes was brought to him by his works The Watchman, The Impostor of Biscay, The Scammal Widow named Trappagos, Two Chatters, The Election of the Alcalds in Daganso, Intermedia, Numancia, Divorce Judge , Theater of Wonders. Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra is a classic of world literature, the king of Spanish poets. His works have been translated into many languages ??of the world and for several centuries continue to win the hearts of readers. ????????, ?????????, ?????????, ????.
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Discover how to ´´hack´´ your confidence using new techniques and strange tricks. How confident are you? What does your confidence depend on? Do you believe in your abilities? Do you love yourself? Do other people respect you? Your answers to these questions dictate how you feel about yourself, how happy you are, and what you´ll be able to achieve in life. Because, at the end of the day, confidence is everything. This audiobook includes 24 quick and simple habits and techniques you can use to boost self-esteem, obliterate social anxiety, relieve stress, develop charming charisma, and supercharge personal growth. You will learn: Simple tricks, which can be performed in minutes, that will grant you instant boosts in testosterone, energy, and focus. How to boost ´´situational confidence´´ and drastically improve your performance in an area where you´re unsure of yourself. How to manipulate the key factors that go into how other people perceive your confidence level. Stress relief techniques for resolving conflicts, making decisions, and erasing negative mental chatter. Elements that make you confident in the moment versus elements that build long-term confidence. Simple ´´stacks´´ of confidence hacks that can be used when you wake up, during downtime, or before bed, which will produce lasting increases in confidence and self-esteem. And much, much more.... 1. Language: English. Narrator: Aaron Sinn. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/034501/bk_acx0_034501_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
My kinsman and myself were returning to Calcutta from our Puja trip when we met the man in a train. From his dress and bearing we took him at first for an up-country Mahomedan, but we were puzzled as we heard him talk. He discoursed upon all subjects so confidently that you might think the Disposer of All Things consulted him at all times in all that He did. Hitherto we had been perfectly happy, as we did not know that secret and unheard-of forces were at work, that the Russians had advanced close to us, that the English had deep and secret policies, that confusion among the native chiefs had come to a head. But our newly-acquired friend said with a sly smile: There happen more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, than are reported in your newspapers. As we had never stirred out of our homes before, the demeanour of the man struck us dumb with wonder. Be the topic ever so trivial, he would quote science, or comment on the Vedas, or repeat quatrains from some Persian poet; and as we had no pretence to a knowledge of science or the Vedas or Persian, our admiration for him went on increasing, and my kinsman, a theosophist, was firmly convinced that our fellow-passenger must have been supernaturally inspired by some strange magnetism or occult power, by an astral body or something of that kind. He listened to the tritest saying that fell from the lips of our extraordinary companion with devotional rapture, and secretly took down notes of his conversation. I fancy that the extraordinary man saw this, and was a little pleased with it. When the train reached the junction, we assembled in the waiting room for the connection. It was then 10 P.M., and as the train, we heard, was likely to be very late, owing to something wrong in the lines, I spread my bed on the table and was about to lie down for a comfortable doze, when the extraordinary person deliberately set about spinning the following yarn. Of course, I could get no sleep that night. When, owing to a disagreement about some questions of administrative policy, I threw up my post at Junagarh, and entered the service of the Nizam of Hydria, they appointed me at once, as a strong young man, collector of cotton duties at Barich. Barich is a lovely place. The Susta chatters over stony ways and babbles on the pebbles, tripping, like a skilful dancing girl, in through the woods below the lonely hills. A flight of 150 steps rises from the river, and above that flight, on the rivers brim and at the foot of the hills, there stands a solitary marble palace. Around it there is no habitation of man-the village and the cotton mart of Barich being far off. About 250 years ago the Emperor Mahmud Shah II. had built this lonely palace for his pleasure and luxury. In his days jets of rose-water spurted from its fountains, and on the cold marble floors of its spray-cooled rooms young Persian damsels would sit, their hair dishevelled before bathing, and, splashing their soft naked feet in the clear water of the reservoirs, would sing, to the tune of the guitar, the ghazals of their vineyards. The fountains play no longer; the songs have ceased; no longer do snow-white feet step gracefully on the snowy marble. It is but the vast and solitary quarters of cess-collectors like us, men oppressed with solitude and deprived of the society of women. Now, Karim Khan, the old clerk of my office, warned me repeatedly not to take up my abode there. Pass the day there, if you like, said he, but never stay the night. I passed it off with a light laugh. The servants said that they would work till dark and go away at night. I gave my ready assent. The house had such a bad name that even thieves would not venture near it after dark.