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1 Human Inability - Charles H. Spurgeon (1834-1892)
Auteur : Charles H. Spurgeon (1834-1892)
Genre : Christianity
Another quality eBook from Chapel Library.

“No man can come to me, except the Father which hath sent me draw him.”
—John 6:44

“Coming to Christ” is a very common phrase in Holy Scripture. It is used to express those acts of the soul wherein, leaving at once our self-righteousness and our sins, we fly unto the Lord Jesus Christ, and receive His righteousness to be our covering, and His blood to be our atonement. Coming to Christ, then, embraces in it repentance, self-negation, and faith in the Lord Jesus Christ, and it sums within itself all those things that are the necessary attendants of these great states of heart—such as the belief of the truth, earnestness of prayer to God, the submission of the soul to the precepts of God’s Gospel, and all those things that accompany the dawn of salvation in the soul.

Coming to Christ is just th

Endangered
2 Endangered Minds - Jane M. Healy
Auteur : Jane M. Healy
Genre : Education
Is today's fast-paced media culture creating a toxic environment for our children's brains?

In this landmark, bestselling assessment tracing the roots of America's escalating crisis in education, Jane M. Healy, Ph.D., examines how television, video games, and other components of popular culture compromise our children's ability to concentrate and to absorb and analyze information. Drawing on neuropsychological research and an analysis of current educational practices, Healy presents in clear, understandable language:

-- How growing brains are physically shaped by experience

-- Why television programs -- even supposedly educational shows like Sesame Street -- develop "habits of mind" that place children at a disadvantage in school

-- Why increasing numbers of children are diagnosed with attention deficit disorder


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Incontinence
Control
Urination
Disease
Disorder
Overview
4 Incontinence is the Inability to Control Urination (Disease/Disorder Overview) - Women's Health Updates
Auteur : Women's Health Updates
Genre : Health & Fitness
Overview What Is It?

Chinese
Economic
Espionage
Motivations
Responses
Response
Administration
America
Chinese
Intellectual
Property
Businesses
5 Chinese Cyber Economic Espionage: Motivations and Responses - U.S. Response During Obama Administration, Inability of America to Stem Chinese Theft of Intellectual Property from Businesses - Progressive Management
Auteur : Progressive Management
Genre : Asia
This report has been professionally converted for accurate flowing-text e-book format reproduction. Alleged Chinese cyber economic espionage periodically fills headlines, Internet security company reports, Congressional hearing transcripts, and official (and semi-official) pronouncements. Despite the apparent recognition of a problem, the U.S. has been seemingly ineffective in deterring or dissuading continued Chinese cyber activity—despite the potential significant impact to economic and national security. While accurate calculations on the cost of stolen intellectual property to U.S. businesses are nearly impossible to determine, some estimates suggest hundreds of billions of dollars per year—independent of broader and more sinister implications for the future of U.S. competitiveness. Why China, apparently, believes it must steal at the expense of the United States, and why the Uni

Syndrome
Breaking
Finding
Counselor
Outlines
Symptoms
Wounded
Healthy
Affects
Relationships
Ability
Receive
Alienation
Disconnection
Restlessness
Syndrome
Characterized
Provides
Dynamic
Examples
Individuals
Struggled
Syndrome
Transformed
Bondage
Syndrome
Finding
Daughter
6 The Orphan Syndrome: Breaking Free and Finding HomeA counselor outlines the symptoms of a wounded orphan spirit vs. a healthy spirit and how an orphan spirit affects our relationships and ability to receive love. From alienation, disconnection, restlessness, to an inability to sense God’s love, the syndrome is characterized by the lie that says, “You’re on your own.” Nick Eno provides dynamic, real-life examples of individuals who have struggled with this syndrome, and those who have been healed and transformed by the love of God. How to break free from the bondage of the orphan syndrome to finding your home in God as his son or daughter. - Nick Eno
Auteur : Nick Eno
Genre : Christianity
A counselor outlines the symptoms of a wounded orphan spirit vs. a healthy spirit and how an orphan spirit affects our relationships and ability to receive love. From alienation, disconnection, restlessness, to an inability to sense God’s love, the syndrome is characterized by the lie that says, “You’re on your own.” Nick Eno provides dynamic, real-life examples of individuals who have struggled with this syndrome, and those who have been healed and transformed by the love of God. How to break free from the bondage of the orphan syndrome to finding your home in God as his son or daughter.

7 Good Sugar, Bad Sugar - Christopher Vasey
Auteur : Christopher Vasey
Genre : Diet & Nutrition
A guide to replacing bad sugars in your diet with good sugars for physical, emotional, and mental healing and more energy

• Explains how to easily replace bad sugars, including white sugar and artificial sweeteners, with good sugars, such as those in fruit, honey, and whole grains

• Explores the difference between fast sugars and slow sugars and the regulating role of proteins to slow down the body’s use of sugar

• Reveals the harmful effects of bad sugars, including hypoglycemia, diabetes, obesity, cavities, thickened blood, acid-alkaline imbalances, hyperactivity of glands, mood swings, phobias, depression, and delusional states

One of the most valuable nutritive substances we can consume, sugar supplies the essential energy the body and brain need to function. But there are good and bad, healthful and harmful forms of sugar. Good

Western
Hegemonies
Complaisance
Enlarged
Critical
Engagements
Cultural
Intimacy
8 The Inability Not to Follow: Western Hegemonies and the Notion of "Complaisance" in the Enlarged Europe (Critical ENGAGEMENTS WITH CULTURAL Intimacy) (Report) - Anthropological Quarterly
Auteur : Anthropological Quarterly
Genre : Social Science
Globalization has placed increasing pressure on the restructuring of socalled "transitional economies" that are governed by Western hegemonies of global capitalism and democracy. In various postcolonial, "Third World" countries, this "structural adjustment" process has often led to reactions against Western domination exemplified in collective action, such as overt protests and demonstrations, and more subtle forms of struggle, such as foot dragging and poaching, commonly described as "everyday resistance." Scholarly studies of "everyday resistance," greatly inspired by James Scott's study of colonial/postcolonial agrarian development and peasants' responses to it (Scott 1985, 1990), have generated much discussion of power, agency, and hegemony (e.g., Abu-Lughod 1990, Comaroff 1985, Comaroff and Comaroff 1991, Gal 1995, Greenhouse 2005, Herzfeld 2004a, Kaplan and Kelly 1994, Linger 19

Determinations
9 ICC Inability Determinations in Light of the Dujail Case. - Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law
Auteur : Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law
Genre : Law
The Court will really have to invent, create and define the meaning of a state that is unable or unwilling to conduct "genuine" proceedings. Phillipe Kirsch (1)

Disability
10 Disability Doesn’t Mean Inability - Dr. Lutendo Rhinah Singo
Auteur : Dr. Lutendo Rhinah Singo
Genre : Biographies & Memoirs
Dr. Lutendo Rhinah Singo is a woman living with a disability of Profound Deafness. She has faced many challenges associated with her disability yet has managed to live her life beyond those challenges. All the experiences she has mastered throughout her life have led her to learn to live beyond the various challenges associated with her disability. She enjoys encouraging other people living with disabilities and motivating the young ones. With all she has accomplished, she is living proof that “Disability Doesn’t Mean Inability.”

Living with a disability of any kind is a very difficult and painful challenge faced by disabled people on a daily basis. A disability is an impairment that can happen to anyone and can occur either through being hereditary, by having an accident, or through an illness. A disability is not a contagious disease; rather it is a condition that affe

Students
Thoughts
Ability
Empathise
Pondering
Empathy
11 Social Work Students' Thoughts on Their (In)Ability to Empathise with a Birth Mother's Story: Pondering the Need for a Deeper Focus on Empathy (Report) - Adoption & Fostering
Auteur : Adoption & Fostering
Genre : Family & Relationships
Empathy is considered in the literature to be crucial to any successful therapeutic engagement. But how to teach, learn and 'do' empathy seems much less clear. Susan Gair discusses how, through the use of selected narratives in a classroom-based inquiry, second-year social work students at a regional Australian university were guided to define the concept of empathy and to reflect on their ability to empathise. Findings illuminated some students' compassionate empathy, while many others demonstrated conditional empathy or even an apparent lack of it with regard to certain life experiences, including those of past birth mothers. These serendipitous findings have implications for adoption practice and beyond. Introduction

Destroy
12 Our Inability To Destroy (Social Essay) - Chris Myrski
Auteur : Chris Myrski
Genre : Philosophy
This is an essay about our contemporary consumer society, that creates all kinds of artificial things but then throws them /without/ making necessary efforts /to destroy them/ properly. It begins with some philosophical reflections about the world in which we live (but philosophical ideas and conclusions pervade also the left part of the material), and then observes certain concrete cases of inability to dissolve objects or ideas which have fulfilled their part (such like the: revolutions and wars, outdated moral norms in the society, obsolescence of the things, garbage of various kind, and other matters), and proposes during the review also some directions in which we should work.

Because this is a later work of the author many things are only mentioned without proper justification, so that if some readers find the material very informative they have two ways of action: eithe

Equality
Practice
Current
Antidiscrimination
Protect
Conventional
Unconventional
Persons
13 The Formal Equality Theory in Practice: The Inability of Current Antidiscrimination Law to Protect Conventional and Unconventional Persons. - Columbia Journal of Gender and Law
Auteur : Columbia Journal of Gender and Law
Genre : Law
The purpose of this Article is to expose the way in which Title VII and equal protection law fail to protect adequately all persons in instances where social judgment of what it means to be a man or a woman ("gender") rather than biology ("sex") is at issue. This Article posits that, in a world where men and women are increasingly permitted to have both "feminine" or "masculine" preferences, the current antidiscrimination model does not adequately ensure equality for all persons. Instead, the law in this context inevitably champions the preferences or characteristics of particular categories of persons to the possible detriment of others, depending on whether a court finds that there is a similarity or difference between the sexes. In both scenarios, the law oftentimes arbitrarily deprives entire groups of persons of legal protection. In light of this criticism, this Article has two goal

14 Inability to Appear - L. Lewis
Auteur : L. Lewis
Genre : Law
An inability to appear usually refers to an individual or corporation’s inability to appear in court for a court date. Many individuals in criminal and civil cases lack the ability to appear in court due to lack of finances, conflicting schedules with other obligations, mental or physical disabilities, or due to lack of transportation. Your ability to appear is always presumed by the court in which you must rebut such a presumption prior to your court date.This book will help you effectively rebut such a presumption.

Insomnia
Condition
Diagnosis
Treatment
Related
Conditions
15 Inability to Sleep, (Insomnia) A Simple Guide To The Condition, Diagnosis, Treatment And Related Conditions - Kenneth Kee
Auteur : Kenneth Kee
Genre : Health & Fitness
Insomnia is described as a medical sleep disorder typically featured by:
1. Difficulty in falling and remaining asleep
2. Too early morning wakening
3. Too many awakenings during the night
4. Lack of restful sleep
5. A combination of these.
Most people have poor sleep at least once in their lifetime
Insomnia is perhaps the most common sleep disorder affecting most people at sometime in their lives.
For such a common sleep disorder insomnia is not well understood by most people.
1. Primary insomnia is insomnia that happens when no illness or other secondary cause is identified.
Primary insomnia is responsible for about one in five cases of long-term insomnia.
2. Secondary (or co-morbid) insomnia happens when insomnia is a symptom of, or is linked with, other disorders.
These can be medical or mental health disorders, or drug or s

Superpower
Insurgent
Sanctuary
Operations
Inadequate
Countering
International
Support
Mujahideen
Demographics
Culture
16 The Soviet-Afghan War: A Superpower's Inability to Deny Insurgent Sanctuary - Soviet Combat Operations, Inadequate Force, Countering International Support for the Mujahideen, Demographics, Culture - Progressive Management
Auteur : Progressive Management
Genre : Military
This excellent report has been professionally converted for accurate flowing-text e-book format reproduction. Nearly eight years since initiating combat operations in Afghanistan, the United States and our allies are witnessing first-hand the difficulty of denying sanctuary to the Taliban and Al Qaeda. Similar to the Mujahideen in the Soviet-Afghan War, today's insurgents are leveraging mountainous terrain and international borders to survive against a superpower's counterinsurgency efforts. As the United States prepares to shift focus from Iraq to Afghanistan, it behooves us to incorporate lessons learned from the Soviet-Afghan War in order to adequately shape our force and equipment, evolve counterinsurgency tactics and doctrine, and integrate the elements of national power to deny insurgent sanctuary. I chose to study the Soviet efforts to deny the Mujahideen sanctuary because I belie

Restoring
Protecting
Coastal
Louisiana
Challenges
Reflect
National
Neglected
Infrastructure
Natural
Coastal
Restoration
Protection
17 Restoring and Protecting Coastal Louisiana; The Challenges Facing the Gulf Coast Reflect a National Inability to Come to Grips with the Need to Deal with Neglected Infrastructure, Both Natural and Built (Coastal RESTORATION AND Protection) (Report) - Issues in Science and Technology
Auteur : Issues in Science and Technology
Genre : Engineering
The sustainability of coastal Louisiana is critical to the nation. It is the location of a large part of the nation's oil and gas industry and its largest port complex. It provides vital habitat for economically important fisheries and threatened and endangered species. Yet this region is under siege. The catastrophic effects of Hurricane Katrina in 2005 and recent storms in 2008 brought to the nation's attention the fragility of the regions hurricane defenses and the continuing loss of wetlands and ecosystems; a loss that has continued for more than a century with little or no abatement. Slowly, the flood protection system in New Orleans is being restored; even more slowly, attention is shifting to restoring the coastal deltaic system. But there is a lack of strong support for these two linked efforts, protection and restoration. There is a lack of funding but also the lack of a priorit

18 Kin Deep and the Inability to Mourn - Cornelia MacErlean
Auteur : Cornelia MacErlean
Genre : Parenting
Irene’s early life experiences in a disturbed Germany of 1914 to 1956 encourage her to migrate to Australia as a divorced mother of four daughters. However, instead of creating a promising future for her small family in her adopted country, her family is broken apart within three years.

A coming together of the ’Big Five’ at the celebration of Irene’s 80th birthday, and two years later at her imminent death, exposes the antagonistic relationships of the four sisters. The author welcomes a metaphysical visit from her mother as an opportunity to further explore their relationship.

Judgement
Complete
Responsibly
19 Bad Taste, Poor Judgement and a Complete Inability to Act Responsibly - Matt Myeson
Auteur : Matt Myeson
Genre : Biographies & Memoirs
The modern World is undoubtedly a young man's oyster, with freedom and opportunities like never before. Follow the real life travels, travails and, most of all, the wonderfully entertaining misadventures of an ordinary young man with a taste for beer and a tidy piece of skirt, against whom the good things in life conspire to prevent him from growing up and acting responsibly.

Sociology
Special
Inclusive
Education
20 A Sociology of Special and Inclusive Education - Sally Tomlinson
Auteur : Sally Tomlinson
Genre : Education
A Sociology of Special and Inclusive Education brings sociological perspectives to bear on the social, political and economic policies and practices that comprise special and inclusive education, and the education of lower attainers. Increasingly governments have accepted the premise that education should incorporate all social and ethnic groups, especially those regarded as having special educational needs, disabilities and difficulties in learning, but despite a plethora of literature on special and inclusive education world-wide, governments are still unsure of the reasons for this sector’s expansion in their national education systems.

Professor Tomlinson applies critical sociological perspectives to the social processes, policies and practices that comprise special and inclusive education, particularly in England and the USA. She clearly examines the way in which

Cultural
Economic
Context
Maternal
Infanticide
21 Cultural and Economic Context of Maternal Infanticide - Martha Smithey
Auteur : Martha Smithey
Genre : Social Science
Almost every story of maternal infanticide starts with 'the baby wouldn't stop crying'. But the story is more than just bad or mentally ill mothers who lethally assault their baby. The story is about how hard it is to be a good mother in a society where women are expected to raise their children in their spare time and with their spare change. This expectation is grounded in a modern mothering ideology of unclear, overwhelming gender socialized expectations of what good mothers are supposed to be and do and assumes mothers have access to the economic and support resources necessary for this monumental job. The struggle of being a 'good mother' is common to all mothers and requires much more time and resources than most mothers have available to them. In today's society, almost all mothers must have a paying job just to make ends meet. Their job takes up most of their day and leaves littl
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