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Imagine you have a pocket full of valuable nuggets. Do you hoard them for your own use, or allow others to profit from them? Would they benefit anyone if they remained, unused and unshared, in your possession?
In From My Pocket Full of Nuggets, chaplain, counselor, and mentor Donville Alexander Colquhoun shares his own personal nuggets-packages of original wisdom gleaned from years of reflective thinking that have passed from his thoughts to his journal and from his journal to you. Colquhoun offers up doses of truth that are experiential, spiritual, and philosophical in nature.
Accompanying Colquhoun's nuggets of wisdom are a series of reflective questioning exercises designed to develop and hone critical-thinking skills and problem-solving abilities that encourage positive action. Application of these exercises, coupled with Colquhoun's insightful thoughts, will provide you with practical tools for everyday living and with opportunities to expand your mind and spirit. You will discover the value of thinking as it relates to art, wealth, and overall health.
Both a collection of inspiring quotations and a workbook for those interested in fostering critical thinking,From My Pocket Full of Nuggets illuminates and encourages that most unique of human experiences: conscious, reflective thought.
All antiques and no play make Abby a dull girl. So Abigail Timberlake Washburn takes a hiatus from her Charleston shop and accompanies best male friend, Rob, to the "wake" of his loco Aunt Jerrywho, as it happens, is nowhere near deceased, but will be soon according to her trusted psychic. Watching the crazy, caustic old gal gleefully disowning assembled relatives left and right is a hoot and a half . . . until Aunt Jerry turns up truly dead in the deep freeze with a priceless emerald ring missing from her lifeless finger. And wouldn't you know, Abby's the prime suspect!
Spunky Ms. Timberlake's not about to let herself be railroaded into prison. And neither are her loyal family and friends, including dear, ditzy mother Mozella, ex-sister-in-law C.J., and best female friend, Wynnell. But they may be more hindrance than help in Abby's desperate hunt for a lost stone and a stone-cold killer among an increasingly vicious family circle.
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