Yes, we can make this world a better place to live if we would all focus on the problem in prayer and ask God for wisdom and the right way to solve problems. Some of our children out there want to come home but they don't know how to get back. Are we reaching out to help them find their way back, or did we give up on them? Let us keep trying to reach them until we can embrace them in our arms again. Don't give up. We can change the world and make this world a better place. The wisdom of our President of the United States: "Yes, we can!"
Although urban historians point to the creation of the American public library as one response to the chaos experienced by big cities at the end of the 19th century, this study shows that the library developed in the rural community of Hagerstown, Maryland, resembled its urban counterparts. Business elites, concerned about the image of the town, created a library as the first cultural institution in Hagerstown. This book traces the societal changes in Hagerstown from 1878 to 1920, examines the motivations of the businessmen for creating the library, and explores the changes in attitude of the librarian who spent her career there. By using the experience of Hagerstown as a case study, the author makes a valuable contribution to the history of rural librarianship and the place of the library in American cultural history.
Are you thinking about making the move out of the rat race and into the home front?Perhaps you are wondering whether being at home full time is for you or how you can make ends meet.This book tells you how to get work-from-home job and be a work-from-home mom or dad.From the perspective of the one who is doing it. Step by step practical tips show how you can make the change.In this book you'll learn how to:1) Write an effective cover letter that gets read and open by the prospective employer.2) What not to include in your resume.3) How to get an interview and how to handle interview in Skype.4) How to recognize scam.5) When and what to ask in salary negotiation.And a lot more to help you get a work-from-home job in 7 days!
Climate Change and the Course of Global History presents the first global study by a historian to fully integrate the earth-system approach of the new climate science with the material history of humanity. Part I argues that geological, environmental, and climatic history explain the pattern and pace of biological and human evolution. Part II explores the environmental circumstances of the rise of agriculture and the state in the Early and Mid-Holocene, and presents an analysis of human health from the Paleolithic through the rise of the state. Part III introduces the problem of economic growth and examines the human condition in the Late Holocene from the Bronze Age through the Black Death. Part IV explores the move to modernity, stressing the emerging role of human economic and energy systems as earth-system agents in the Anthropocene. Supported by climatic, demographic, and economic data, this provides a pathbreaking model for historians of the environment, the world, and science.
If you also wish to understand how you can check for breast cancer at your home, then you need to understand the various ways to do so. This book contains simple ways that will help you to conduct Breast Self Examination (BSE) successfully at home. These steps will help you to find out even the slightest change in your breasts. The book also lists various signs, symptoms and misconceptions regarding breast cancer. While the signs and symptoms help you to identify the changes in your breast, the misconceptions warn you against the myths. The main aim of the book is to help you conduct breast self exams at your home so that you can regularly examine your breasts and notify any changes to your doctor for further investigation. You should consult a doctor as soon as you detect a symptom of breast cancer in your breasts.