Unspeakable Proposal is an erotic tale about two women, one man and a whole lot of hot sexy drama. What would you do? Would you share your marital bed with another woman for any reason? Well, this woman did. Hope and John Sabin have been happy married for five years. They have an extremely active sex life and like to keep things interesting in the bedroom. Props, role play, tools and fantasy reenactments are not taboo in the Sabin house. They are an insanely rich couple and have everything in life they could ever want except a baby.
After five years of trying to conceive naturally they are given the bad news that Hope cannot conceive or carry a child. Sure they could adopt or hire a surrogate mother, but even that is a complicated. The problem is that Hope is opposed to adoption and John is opposed to a surrogate. At thirty five years old and desperate, Hope does the unthinkable. She contracts Quanique a bisexual college student, to have a threesome with Hope and her husband, in hopes of conceiving a child. The trouble with this plan is that Quanique develops some plans of her on and John, Hope’s husband is completely unaware that there even is a plan. See how this saga unfolds when two women have designs on one man and one baby and one fortune. Who will triumph in the end? What would you do? Would you share your marital bed with another woman? This is an erotic romance novel and not intended for anyone under the age of 18. This book contains strong language, adult situations and explicit sex scenes.
Ethan "Hutch" Hutchinson hasn't seen his old college pals for nearly a decade. Now fate has brought them together again as one of the gang is put on trial for a brutal, sense murder.
The Chicago police and prosecutor think they have their perp, but Hutch isn't about to sit silently in a courtroom as someone he cares about is wrongfully convicted. When Hutch and his friends join forces to search for the real killer, what they find shatters every notion they have about friendship, loss and redemption... and may very well cost Hutch--and the woman he loves--their lives.
Nytårsaften ved overgangen til år 2000 vækkes Solveigs hjerte til en dybere forbundethed med kærlighedens kilde, end hun før har oplevet. Pludselig befinder hun sig på en ukendt åndelig vej uden kort og uden nogen at støtte sig til, så hun beslutter sig til at skrive en dagbog om sine erfaringer på hjertets vej. Denne vej fører gennem utallige processer, udfordringer og kriser. Den fører til nye områder af åndelige oplevelser og erkendelser. Og den bringer hende fra en begrænsning som larve og puppe til den åndelige frihed som sommerfugl. Undervejs går det op for hende, at hele hendes inkarnation er et indvielsesliv, og at hendes dagbog handler om at finde og forstå vejen til den anden af de fem store indvielser. Denne indvielse er helliggørelsens indvielse, hvor glæde, fred og kærlighed præger følelserne, og skabende idealisme præger tankerne. Klimaks i dagbogen kommer i 2022, hvor 8000 års rejse fra præstinde til gralspræstinde afsluttes, og hvor det åndelige riges lys bliver en stabil basis for den type liv som formidler af kærlighed og lys, som hun har længtes efter i utallige liv.
Dagbog fra indvielsens vej er nummer 2 ud af 3 bøger i serien "Blade fra livets bog". Den viser, hvad der sker for hovedpersonen i "Mysterier på gralens vej", og den fortsætter selv videre til den 3., 4. og 5. indvielse i "Indvielse i menneskehedens fremtid".
“We tell ourselves stories in order to live,” Joan Didion observed in The White Album. Why is this? Michael Austin asks, in Useful Fictions. Why, in particular, are human beings, whose very survival depends on obtaining true information, so drawn to fictional narratives? After all, virtually every human culture reveres some form of storytelling. Might there be an evolutionary reason behind our species’ need for stories? Drawing on evolutionary biology, anthropology, narrative theory, cognitive psychology, game theory, and evolutionary aesthetics, Austin develops the concept of a “useful fiction,” a simple narrative that serves an adaptive function unrelated to its factual one. In his work we see how these useful fictions play a key role in neutralizing the overwhelming anxiety that humans can experience as their minds gather and process information. Rudimentary narratives constructed for this purpose, Austin suggests, provided a cognitive scaffold that might have become the basis for our well-documented love of fictional stories. Written in clear, jargon-free prose and employing abundant literary examples—from the Bible to One Thousand and One Arabian Nights and Don Quixote to No Exit—Austin’s work offers a new way of understanding the relationship between fiction and evolutionary processes—and, perhaps, the very origins of literature.
Most users of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) approach it differently than physicians, because they employ informal knowledge, based on their experiences, beliefs, and values. Mary Ruggie stresses that, although physicians also use informal knowledge from their clinical experience to understand patients and their needs, they rely on formal knowledge, based on science, to understand medicine. Thus, if CAM is going to become a legitimate part of health care, physicians must insist that scientific research prove its safety and efficacy.