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How Not To Cry
 
OLD MEN DON'T CRY: A HONG KONG TALE OF SORROW
OLD MEN DON'T CRY: A HONG KONG TALE OF SORROW
Hong Kong was British colony until 1997.Hong Kong/China relationship plays great significance.Chan Hong was alone since childhood.He learned Chinese traditions from Uncle Seven.Eddie Ko and Tsang Adele were his only two friends.He wanted to be a police officer.How a story of love, friendship and devotion changed his life?Part 1 – Why Hong Kong/China relationship plays such a great significance in the daily life of Hong Kong people? What has changed from the colonial era to a new role as Hong Kong Special Administrative Region or HKSAR of China? And what role has Hong Kong played for China’s meteoric rise to the world’s stage? Part 2 – Hong Kong itself plays as one of the two protagonists of the main story of this book and it chronicles Hong Kong’s modern history as well as insights from 1980 to 2014.Part 3 – How Chan Hong survived his childhood alone after losing both parents at a very young age and achieved his ultimate goal of becoming a police officer.Part 4 – How working under Uncle Seven’s tutelage taught him about Chinese traditions and saved from a total oblivion. Part 5 – How had his two friends Eddie Ko and Tsang Adele affected his life, changed him for good or bad, and ultimately set the course of his entire life.Part 6 – What he did for the love, friendship and devotion will warm your heart, his sacrifices will pain your soul, and his sorrow will make you cry. Make sure you got a box of tissue nearby while reading this book. Look what other readers have to say about this book:“Not every sadness yields defeat.”“This book is not just a story but it also provides history and facts of Hong Kong. The author has fused the past and present of Hong Kong blending with captivating story telling skill.”“For those people who have either lived in, or have an interest in Hong Kong, this is a book that you will struggle to put down. I would like to congratulate the author for producing such a riveting read - can't wait until the hard copy is released.”“A must read for anyone who has had any association with Hong Kong or is planning to visit there. This book has essentially two main characters - Hong Kong and the narrator and we discover how their lives unfold over the years as the world around them changes and how these outside influences affect their story. It is a sad story but not for HK, just the narrator, so there is still hope as we come to the final pages and feel satisfied. The author's suspenseful style keeps the pages turning/scrolling and each chapter is a discovery with rich details and thorough research.”“For the reader keep a box of tissues if you do get emotional over the heartfelt books, and remember to never take anything for granted.”Author's Note: I am a writer of 8 novels based in Hong Kong, I write on serious global and social issues and I only write for my charity. Author's note: This book was nominated and awarded 8th place on #SIBA 2016!



Young, Wise And Successful: How Not To Cry When Looking Back On Your Life
Young, Wise And Successful: How Not To Cry When Looking Back On Your Life
Life is a journey of trial and error. But what if we could prevent mistakes in our lives by learning from the mistakes others have made in theirs? Wouldn’t that be wonderful? Over the last ten years, as a business and financial development consultant, I’ve worked with a large number of small and medium sized business. I chose this line of work after many years of running companies and found it to be enriching and challenging in many ways. I use my broad experience and education in the field of economy and business to impart management tools to entrepreneurs and managers, trial-and-error preventive thinking, and other tools that have proven themselves as essential for paving the road to success. As I see it, there’s no difference between the way a man conducts himself personally or professionally. The different areas of our life are entwined together, and define who we are. That’s why, in this book as well as in life, I deal with all the parts of the personality that I believe have a great influence on success and happiness. The consultation and coaching I conduct are based on four elements: 1. My belief that the goodness of Mankind, like the goodness of society, is dependent on each of us being men of strong values and morals, with the benefit of others in mind as a starting point. 2. My professional experience, built on many years in the public and private sector, including senior management roles. 3. My academic education in the field of economy and business (MBA). 4. My training and expertise as a coach, providing my clients with a practical, professional and efficient way to achieve their goals. It’s important to note that all the advice in this book is derived from my own personal experience and knowledge. These suggestions brought me proven success. It is very probable that some of them have been put in writing before because, in the end, we share thoughts and experience. It is in our nature.With many of the suggestions, I present real life examples. Their job is to guide you on how to act in order to adopt the insights at hand. I regard the sharing of my experience and insights with you as a noble and worthy goal. I hope you’ll feel the same. An important note: this book isn’t only about how to act and how not to act. Our actions are not, nor should be, separate from who we are. An important aspect of the ideas you’ll read about here relates to the values and the cornerstones of personality that I strongly advise you to adopt. Only the combination of personal values and proper conduct will eventually lead to a life filled with success, happiness and substance.

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WHEN FANGIRLS CRY (How Not To Be Seduced By Rockstars, Book 2) (How (Not) To Be Seduced By Rockstars)
WHEN FANGIRLS CRY (How Not To Be Seduced By Rockstars, Book 2) (How (Not) To Be Seduced By Rockstars)
Wonderful white marlin!Fish-loving Saffi March is no longer a boring post-grad student by day, hopeless fangirl at night. Now that Sweden’s #1 Sex God Staffan Aehrenthal is in love with her, it’s only a matter of time before she has her happily-ever-after…right?Devastating daggertooth pike conger!Staffan Aehrenthal is determined never to fall in love again. Saffi hasn’t told Staffan she’s pregnant – and he ends up learning about it from the tabloids. She had made him believe in happily-ever after endings but now he knows it’s an illusion…just like the Saffi he thought he knew and loved.Optimistic Oriental loach!With Staffan and the whole world mistakenly thinking she’s carrying the baby of a desert prince, a happily-ever-after for her and Staffan doesn’t seem possible any longer. But Saffi is determined not to lose hope, not even if the man she’s only ever loved is the man who’s hurting her the most.NOTE: This work is suitable for readers 18 years old and above.



It's Ok Not To Cry
It's Ok Not To Cry
"Life is never the same from that moment you hear any bad news. The loss of a person, pet, home, relationship—all can be life altering. Finding out how to deal with life in a new way, in a “new normal,” is the reality of the situation. There is no one right way to grieve. Everyone goes through it differently, and nobody can tell you how to grieve.Nobody can understand what you are going through, and nobody can understand the relationship you had with that person. Life will never be the same. You don’t have that person to call when you have a question anymore. They are no longer there to share your funny inside jokes with anymore.It’s Ok Not to Cry was written to help others who have gone through a loss. It is not all seriousness and tears. Hopefully it will leave you with a smile."



How Not to Cry in Public & Other Victories (The Cousin Cycle Book 4)
How Not to Cry in Public & Other Victories (The Cousin Cycle Book 4)
When Brenna Walker suffers a devastating emancipation her senior year of high school, she sets off on an undercover search for her missing relatives. Over a series of visits with her mother Brenna asks the name of her birth father and why her uncle raised her. Meanwhile, hoping her mother will help her, Brenna continues the hunt for family members, arranging to meet them incognito so as to ascertain why her uncle didn’t want her to know them, or if he didn’t want them to know her. When the evidence doesn’t add up, and without a reliable guide, Brenna makes mistakes in judgment that cost her dearly. During the year’s journey, a handful of temporary jobs, some amazing cousins, and a summer romance take her to an explosive family reunion where she sees all their true colors.



Man Was Not Born to Cry (Acropolis Preservation Series Book 4)
Man Was Not Born to Cry (Acropolis Preservation Series Book 4)
”The purpose of man is to show forth the nature of God,” says Joel Goldsmith in Man Was Not Born to Cry. “Man is the great glory of God. Man was not meant to cry, and all his tears are shed only because of a sense of limitation. Man was not born to cry!” With that provocative statement, Goldsmith takes the reader on a journey that reveals the way to rise out of this sense of limitation. “You know you have a body and you know you have a mind, but you have not come to know the You that has the body and the mind. This is the You that is the adventure of life, and the adventure of life is the awakening of this You.” As if giving private instruction to the reader, Goldsmith lays out the spiritual principles and practices that lead to liberation. He begins with the fundamental truth that God constitutes individual being, and explains that living in the conscious awareness of this truth can move us out of the personal sense of life that is the root of our problems into the spiritual consciousness where we live in glorious freedom under grace. Building on that foundation, Goldsmith details the other major principles of the Infinite Way. Emphasizing the role of prayer, he reminds us that prayer is not asking or pleading with God, but a resting in silence and a listening for the “still, small voice.” All along the way, he helps the reader empty out old theories, concepts, and beliefs and make way for the “new wine” of Spirit. Never one to give students an unrealistic view of what it takes to have such a profound spiritual realization, Goldsmith emphasizes that this transformation in consciousness requires commitment, dedication, and continual practice of the principles. “When we come to the place of praying without ceasing, abiding in the Word and letting the Word abide in us, dwelling in the secret place of the most High, living and moving and having our being in the consciousness of truth,” he says, “then we can look forward to harmony.” With its clear revelation of the beautiful possibilities available to the sincere student as well as its practical instruction on the means of attainment, Man Was Not Born to Cry will prove a treasured volume that inspires and encourages the spiritual seeker.



Warriors Don't Cry: A Searing Memoir of the Battle to Integrate Little Rock's Central High
Warriors Don't Cry: A Searing Memoir of the Battle to Integrate Little Rock's Central High
In 1957, well before Martin Luther King’s "I Have a Dream" speech, Melba Pattillo Beals and eight other teenagers became iconic symbols for the Civil Rights Movement and the dismantling of Jim Crow in the American South as they integrated Little Rock’s Central High School in the wake of the landmark 1954 Supreme Court ruling, Brown v. Board of Education.Throughout her harrowing ordeal, Melba was taunted by her schoolmates and their parents, threatened by a lynch mob's rope, attacked with lighted sticks of dynamite, and injured by acid sprayed in her eyes. But through it all, she acted with dignity and courage, and refused to back down.

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The Big Book of Gospel Songs (Big Books of Music)
The Big Book of Gospel Songs (Big Books of Music)
(Piano/Vocal/Guitar Songbook). 100 all-time gospel favorites: Amazing Grace * At Calvary * Because He Lives * Blessed Assurance * Church in the Wildwood * Footsteps of Jesus * Give Me That Old Time Religion * Hallelujah, We Shall Rise * He * He Touched Me * He's Got the Whole World in His Hands * His Eye Is on the Sparrow * How Great Thou Art * I Am Loved * I Love to Tell the Story * I Saw the Light * In the Garden * The Lily of the Valley * Mansion over the Hilltop * The Old Rugged Cross * Precious Lord, Take My Hand * Rock of Ages * Sweet By and By * There Is Power in the Blood * When the Roll Is Called up Yonder * Will the Circle Be Unbroken * Wings of a Dove * more!

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How Not to Cry in Public: A Novel (Volume 3)
How Not to Cry in Public: A Novel (Volume 3)
When Brenna Walker suffers a devastating emancipation her senior year of high school in the wake of a banking scandal, she sets off on an undercover search for her missing relatives. Over a series of visits she asks her mother the name of her birth father and why she sent Brenna to her uncle to be raised. Meanwhile, hoping her mother will help her, Brenna continues the hunt for family members, arranging to meet them incognito so as to ascertain why her uncle didn’t want her to know them or if he didn’t want them to know her. When the evidence doesn’t add up, and without a reliable guide, Brenna makes mistakes in judgment that cost her dearly. During the year’s journey a handful of temporary jobs, some interesting cousins, and a summer romance take her to an explosive family reunion where she sees their true colors.

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The Catcher in the Rye
The Catcher in the Rye
Anyone who has read J.D. Salinger's New Yorker stories ? particularly A Perfect Day for Bananafish, Uncle Wiggily in Connecticut, The Laughing Man, and For Esme ? With Love and Squalor, will not be surprised by the fact that his first novel is fully of children. The hero-narrator of THE CATCHER IN THE RYE is an ancient child of sixteen, a native New Yorker named Holden Caulfield. Through circumstances that tend to preclude adult, secondhand description, he leaves his prep school in Pennsylvania and goes underground in New York City for three days. The boy himself is at once too simple and too complex for us to make any final comment about him or his story. Perhaps the safest thing we can say about Holden is that he was born in the world not just strongly attracted to beauty but, almost, hopelessly impaled on it. There are many voices in this novel: children's voices, adult voices, underground voices-but Holden's voice is the most eloquent of all. Transcending his own vernacular, yet remaining marvelously faithful to it, he issues a perfectly articulated cry of mixed pain and pleasure. However, like most lovers and clowns and poets of the higher orders, he keeps most of the pain to, and for, himself. The pleasure he gives away, or sets aside, with all his heart. It is there for the reader who can handle it to keep.

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