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Good Books help Students Excel in Life & School

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Good Books help Students Excel in Life & School

  1. 1. Good Books help Students Excel in Life & School ~ Robert Raikes was the forty-four year old publisher of the Gloucester Journal when he took a Sunday ride into the country looking for a man he could hire as a gardener. The sun was bright, the air heavy, and just a hint of breeze stirred up the dust of the road on that typical English morning in 1781. The outgoing Raikes was well known in his community, not only for his strong, often biting editorial campaigns but also for his wealth. The publisher who had become rich the old fashioned way, he had inherited a fortune from his father. Yet rather than sink in a world of debauchery, using his inheritance as a means of living the high life, this husband and father had employed his resources to serve the underprivileged in the area. Nowhere had his concern and compassion been more evident than when he led a fight for the rights of prisoners at the local jail. The editorial driven battle had initially caused a drop in his paper's circulation because his crusade proved to be unpopular, especially with his wealthy peers. But Raikes did not care about the financial toll; he was simply interested in seeking Christian justice. Raikes's push for prison reform was not based on church learned morality. He saw the movement as logical. He argued that prisoners were resources who, if properly trained, could find a place in and serve society. With skills given them during their incarceration, they could eventually secure honest work. Investing in men while they were behind bars would benefit everyone by creating a more peaceful community. This made more sense than starving and beating prisoners, thus crating men who were even more violent and releasing them on the streets. No one was safe if this continued. Surprisingly, Raikes's campaign was so successful that Gloucester went so far as to crate educational programs in the city prison facilities. This was something the publisher was proud to hang his hat on. But that was yesterday’s news; now he had to find a gardener to keep his estate from becoming an overgrown eyesore. As he knocked on the door of the modest rural home, Raikes surveyed the well kept grounds. Just then a tiny woman answered the door. You must be Mr. Raikes, she said. Yes I am. My husband had to leave for a few minutes, but he will be back soon. Would you like to come in and wait? The publisher shook his head. No, thank you. I thing I will just sit on here and enjoy the view of your gardens. The quietness of the pastoral scene, the beauty and clean smells of nature, filled the man's senses. In the city where he worked, noise was constant. This was moment he wanted to treasure.
  2. 2. But the tranquility was temporary, soon replaced by screams of children out for a Sunday romp. As the rounded the bend and came into view, Raikes was shocked. The dozen or so boys, ranging in age from six to twelve, were dirty, unkempt, and angry. Cursing like hardened sailors, they pushed and shoved each other, viciously picking on the weakest members of the ragtag army. When a small child was knocked off his feet, those left standing laughed and made fun of him, kicking dirt into his face. Raikes had seen this same kind of behavior during his trips to the local prison. Yet in those cases it had been men involved in destructive actions; now it was mere lads. Looking back at the woman, he asked, who are these boys? They are vermin, she told him. They work in the factories during the week and then raise holy hell on Sunday. You can not even go to church without hearing their vulgar voices. They break windows, steal us blind, and taunt us when we try to stop them. They need to rounded up and put away. What about their families? Those demons pretty much raise themselves. Their folks do not care. They are no better than street trash themselves. And they are taking over too. We are being overrun by this kind of trash. A few hours later, as Raikes returned to his home, he took a detour through the main part of Gloucester. Thanks to the Industrial Revolution, the city had doubled in population over the past twenty years. The publisher had initially chalked up the growth as a wonderful bonus for the city and its business. But now as he observed hundreds of filthy urchins mindlessly wandering the streets, he saw the other side of the growth. These children, who were working in the factories twelve hours a day, six days a week, were treated like animals by their employers. They also had no chance at an education, had never been taught any manners, and evidently had no guidance at home. They were mean, surly, disrespectful, and amoral. Worse yet, more were coming to town each week. So the problem was going to multiply. Something had to be done. Days later, sitting down with local business and community leaders, Raikes asked about the street kids. The responses he received were often laced with profanity. Sunday, once the best day of week, was now dreaded. These children were heathen, little better than rats. The rage caused by them, even among the clergy, was sobering. Raikes realized the children were not going anywhere. The factory bosses had to have them to manufacture their goods. So if the answer was not in forced removal and relocation, what was it? What could make the dramatic change needed to save this new generation of children that had been crated by the Industrial Age? A month later, while sitting at his desk pondering what he now saw and heard on the streets each Sunday, the publisher attempted to compose an editorial addressing the issue. Yet the only word he scratched out with his pen on a piece of paper was TRY. One word did not an editorial make, and so
  3. 3. the paper ended up in the trash. Even to a man as brilliant as Raikes, there seemed to be no answer other than hiring more law enforcement officers on Sunday. Yet there had to be a better way. As it stood, most of these children were destined for the very prison he had helped clean up. Ironically, only behind bars would they have a chance to gain the tools they needed to become productive citizens. Over the next few weeks the word TRY kept echoing in the publisher' mind. It haunted him as he wrote, as he ate meals, and even as he attended church. Ultimately he became convinced that an inner voice was ordering him to try to save the children. This was to be his new cause, but where could he start? Even as a publisher, with all the power of the press, he seemed helpless. So for weeks while his desire to help increased, his hope of finding a way to inspire of positive change diminished. One day he stopped by the local jail to check on the reforms enacted there. As he watched the well behaved convicts, he realized that keeping the street kids busy, giving them something productive to do, and offering them a chance to improve themselves was the key to bringing peace back to Sundays. After all, if it was working with convicted criminals, why not with rowdy children? When he returned home, Raikes looked at his own ten children. They were polite, respectful and bright. That was because they had been raised in a clan, moral environment where they had been loved and educated. They had values because they had been taught them. If he could somehow teach these street kids some values, then they might be changed as well. At the very least it was an experiment worth attempting on a small scale. In a section of the city know as Sooty Alley due to its decay and filth, Raikes gathered a few dozen children, hired a local school teacher, and found an empty building for a classroom. Underwriting the cost of the school himself, he got the children to attend by promising a noon meal, new clothing, and the chance to learn to read. The only requirement for the students was that they be respectful during their time at the school. Since the only available time for the learning sessions was Sunday, Raikes had his teacher use the Bible as the curriculum. As the weeks went by and the people who lived and walked in the areas around Sooty Alley noted that the streets were again quiet, they began to wonder what happened to the children who had once plagued them at every corner. When they discovered that Raikes had them in school, a few were happy, but surprisingly, many more were appalled. Business was not allowed to open on Sunday. This was the law. The law had been influenced by the church, which wanted to make sure people could attend Sunday services. Because Raikes was paying the teacher, she was breaking both city and church laws by working on Sunday. So even though his Sunday school sessions were making a huge dent in local crime, a large portion of the community, including several churches, wanted the facility shut down and a specific law passed that forbade the opening of any more such schools. Raikes had been a solid, well read student before entering the publishing field. The only reason he did not finish his studies at Cambridge was his father' death. Not only was he a good writer, but he knew the Bible better than anyone, even the clergy. So as he waged his new war of ideas, the
  4. 4. publisher pulled out a number of examples of Sabbath schools dating back to even before the start of the organized church. He showed how even Jesus attended one of these schools on the Sabbath. Raikes also showed how some churches used Sunday services to instruct children in biblical principles. Because his school used the Bible as its textbook, he too was teaching children about Christianity. He argued that Christian education was the one hope these children had to escape a life of crime. His idea was also the only way he saw to reclaim the peaceful Sundays that had once been such a treasured part of life in Gloucester. Finally, when the criticism continued but no one offered a better alternative, he asked for time to prove that his concept would create lasting and meaningful change. A majority of those in the city agreed to give him a few months to prove his program had merit. With the success he had already seen, Raikes wanted to expand his program citywide. The first was money, which he had. The second was a plan. He had crated the first school on the fly, with little real thought to doing anything more than seeing if children would sit still from ten o'clock on Sunday morning until five in the afternoon. With the small, handpicked group it was working. But before he took it to hundreds, he needed to put together a plan that included goals and ways to reach them. The publisher's first and primary goal was to create good citizens of the street children. Raikes knew that almost all of the kids were beaten and abused at home and on the job. So his first rule for his Sunday schools was that teachers were to use only positive reinforcement with rewards employed to change behavior. Those rewards would be items the children would treasure, like new shoes, clothes, combs, and candy. The students would earn these rewards by being respectful to their teacher and classmates, by not using profanity, and by doing well in their lessons. Each teacher should gently push children to see their studies as a duty, thus improving their ambition so they could envision a life beyond the shabby lot that had been theirs since birth. Raikes also asked his teachers to find ways to encourage civic responsibility. He knew that if he could achieve the latter, he could eventually gain community and churchsupport for his project. The change of a hoodlum into a model citizen woudl prove the value of is idea. Thus he saw God's Word as the best printed model for this endeavor. For Raikes, using the Bible as the primary source of educating his charges had little to do with trying to spread faith. In truth the publisher considered himself a thoughtful believer. Faith played little or no part in why he called himself a Christian. Instead Raikes like to morality and the order he saw in following Christ' lead. Good behavior brought peace to a family and community. Following God's laws created the proper environment for business. Giving to the poor paved the way for respect and lowered crime rates. For Raikes, Christianity was the most logical process to achieve a society that functioned for the good of everyone. Ye faith, which was supposed to be such an important facet of Christianity, was something the man rarely mentioned or even considered. He thought of himself as a man of ideas and action. To him, faith was far too abstract a concept too play an important role in his daily life. Within a year, thanks to his money and enthusiasm, Raikes watched his initial Sunday school spawn three more. Sixty students had now blossomed into several hundred. In much of the city, the streets
  5. 5. were again peaceful on Sunday, and the discussion of the Sunday schools as being unlawful or immoral ended. This success prompted Raikes to publish and editorial on the new program in the Gloucester Journal in 1783. The front page piece did what it was intended to do: the Sunday school movement quickly gathered support from nobility, the area's businessmen, and even the factory owners. As the newspaper article was reprinted by other newspapers and periodicals across England, other communities jumped on board. Within a year there were eighteen hundred students in schools in Manchester and Salford. Twelve months later there were thousands more in similar programs fro Scotland to Wales. Most were using Railes's concepts in their teaching, and some were even obtaining the materials and books he was publishing for his schools in Gloucester. It was the books Raikes crated that really gave wings to his movement. His primers spelling books, readers, youth bibles, and materials on catechism gave schools a uniform way to reach the goals the publisher saw as important. Through the use of Christianity children could be taught to be good citizens. As crime rates dropped in every community where Sunday schools were established, Raikes's ideas proved their merit. A few years into his great experiment, Raikes found his mailbox overflowing with hundreds of letters from men and women wanting to know how to start Sunday schools in their own communities. Still, even though the changes many pastors saw were dramatic, churches shied away from getting involved. To many Christian leaders of the day, these Sunday schools still seemed to have a secular feel to them, even thought the Bible was being used as a teaching guide. Many even felt they were demonic in nature. This view dramatically changed when pastors took a deeper look at the children who had graduated from these programs. As young adults, the former students were not just good citizens; they were practicing their faith. They were attending church, raising their own families to revere the Bible, and embracing Jesus as their Savior. It was not just their minds that had been changed by Raikes's logical education; their hearts had been changed too. Witnessing that kind of transformation inspired scores of churches to open their doors to the Sunday school program. In just one generation after the beginning of the first school, denominations were publishing Sunday school materials for their own churches, and hundreds of thousands of children were enrolled in the classes. In what was then seen as a revolutionary idea, churches even began to seek out the children of poor, heathen families, transporting them to Sunday school and taking an active interest in their lives. Churches that in the past had all but ignored the poorest of the poor were now seeking them out. Sunday schools had created a revolution in the way congregations reached out in the community. Raikes was naturally pleased with the results of his great experiment. As Sunday schools were exported from Britain to Europe and America, he began to understand the power of this vision spurred on by the word TRY. This was probably his greatest accomplishment. Yet the joy he gained from this success was rooted in his mind, not his heart. His goal had always been to use Christianity to mold citizens, not to empower children with the knowledge of a living God. The latter was not a concept the publisher understood. Yet the same schools that revolutionize3d childhood outreach and presented faith to hundreds of millions also opened the door for Raikes's own spiritual growth.
  6. 6. Long after he had established his movement, the publisher still made a habit of visiting his schools unannounced to view the work firsthand. One Sunday as Raikes quietly observed scores of children eagerly doing their lessons, he noted a small girl in a far corner whispering as she read from a book. With her piercing blue eyes focused on the words, the poorly dressed child did not notice the newspaper editor approach. Leaning close to hear what she was reading, Raikes immediately recognized the words. It was Isaiah 53. As he heard he slowly work he way through the passage, it was as if he were hearing these words for the very first time. Looking into the girl's face, he sensed that she was not just reading them; she was feeling them. They were impacting here in a way that went beyond logic. For this child, Sunday school was not just a rational place of peace; it was a spiritual home. Suddenly there was presence around him, warmth he had never known and a joy he had never felt. His heart began to race, his mouth grew parched, and his blood rushed through his body. God was alive! He now knew it. For the first time, this feeling was not just in his head; it was in his heart was well. It was God who had told him to try. It was God who had showed him the way. For the first time in his life, Raikes was overcome with emotion created by faith. As he fell to his knees beside the little girl, he realized that his schools had not just brought civility to thousands of children; the schools had brought a living Christ into their lives. That was why the children had changed. And now a child who had found Jesus in one of his schools was introducing Raikes himself to the power of faith. With faith now stoking his logic, Raikes immersed himself in making sure the spiritual nature of his schools was emphasized above every other facet of the curriculum. He now clearly saw what he had creat4ed in following Jesus instructions to feed my lambs. In the year 1788, just seven years after the Sooty School began and with the movement already spreading across the globe, John Wesley said of Railes's greatest legacy, I verily think these Sunday schools are one of the noblest specimens of charity which have been set on foot in England since William the Conqueror. A generation later Raikes looked at what he had initiated and said: The world marches forth o the feet of the little children, but who can doubt that there is today a desperately important educational task for the children, whether through the Sunday school, or some other format. To change the world, reach the children! If the glory of God be promoted in any, even the smallest degree, society must reap some benefit. If the good seed be sown in the mind at an early period of human life thought it shows itself not again for many years, it may please God, at some future period, to cause it to spring up, and to bring forth a plentiful harvest.
  7. 7. By Raikes's death in 1811, just thirty years after he drew up plans for his first school, more than half a million children were regularly attending Sunday school in Great Britain. Twenty year later that number had grown to a point where a quarter of the English population attended Sunday school once a week. As a teaching and soul saving dynamic of the modern church, nothing come close to having the impact of Sunday schools. For more than two centuries they have been the most powerful tool in educating children about every facet of Christianity. Countless millions who otherwise never would have heard the Word found Christ through the efforts of a Sunday school teacher. These classes have become the primary birthplace of teachers, preachers, and missionaries. Yet Raikes has impacted every child in the free world in another way that he had not foreseen. First in England and then in the United States, Raikes's Sunday school model and the results it produced created a movement for free public education. Children who once went to work before their teens were taken out of factories and fields and placed into schools. The educational system we have today was spun off of Raikes's Sunday schools. A trip to interview a gardener opened up the door to faith as no other movement ever has. The legacy of this small town publisher is still being realized every time a Sunday school teacher presents a new lesson in faith to one of his or her pupils. What Raikes gave a few ragged kids in Gloucester paved the way for salvation for hundreds of millions, including his own. Few have left the world with a greater legacy of faith than Robert Raikes. ~ Book of Isaiah: Learn to do good, seek justice, rebuke the oppressor; defend the fatherless, plead for the widow…and you shall eat the good of the land. Luke 10:29 Every day help someone who can never reciprocate. This is my obligation. ~ John Wooden's PHILOSOPHY The great UCLA basketball coach The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others. ~ Mahatma Gandhi ~
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  12. 12. Licking Sweet Death: Energy and Information to Stop Sugarcoating Your Addiction to Processed Foods; by M.D. Hugo Rodier librarything.com/10927705 books.google.com/mWIE6m28UlAC worldcat.org/oclc/670720344 Fast Food Nation: The Dark Side of the All-American Meal; by Eric Schlosser librarything.com/3735 books.google.com/dU13X_AM_N8C worldcat.org/oclc/45248356 The Truth About Coffee; by Marina Kushner librarything.com/8358177 books.google.com/0lh1PgAACAAJ worldcat.org/oclc/781871351 The Truth About Caffeine; by Marina Kushner librarything.com/1269843 books.google.com/_xkjQaPrDxkC worldcat.org/oclc/529471709 book: Eating Fossil Fuels: Oil, Food and the Coming Crisis in Agriculture; by Dale Allen Pfeiffer Librarything.com/2665448 books.google.com/9w6ifO5nIV0C worldcat.org/oclc/72982452 Good Calories, Bad Calories: Fats, Carbs, and the Controversial Science of Diet and Health; by Gary Taubes http://books.google.com/books?id=olfyVJLaa_YC http://worldcat.org/oclc/230187976 book: The Coconut Oil Miracle; by Bruce Fife librarything.com/1140258 books.google.com/tSGmnBeRpLkC worldcat.org/oclc/54905936 book: Why We Get Fat: And What to Do About It; by Gary Taubes librarything.com/10398573 books.google.com/9mPGg9Pz_3sC worldcat.org/oclc/607975714 How I Gave Up My Low-Fat Diet and Lost 40 Pounds, and How You Can Too: The Ultimate Guide To Low-Carbohydrate Dieting; by Dana Carpender librarything.com/586617 books.google.com/y7XMM8SlZ2cC worldcat.org/oclc/52477747 The Blood Sugar Solution: The Ultra Healthy Program for Losing Weight, Preventing Disease, and Feeling Great Now; by Mark Hyman librarything.com/12046920 books.google.com/Go7P3iHN994C worldcat.org/oclc/639167583 Blood Sugar 101: What They Don't Tell You About Diabetes; by Jenny Ruhl librarything.com/8689420 books.google.com/NxD_LAAACAAJ worldcat.org/oclc/262615430 The Sugar Control Bible and Cookbook: The Complete Nutrition Guide to Revitalizing Your Health; by Jacqueline L. Paltis books.google.com/ur0zAgAACAAJ worldcat.org/oclc/43437959 Living Low Carb: Controlled-Carbohydrate Eating for Long-Term Living Low Carb: Controlled- Carbohydrate Eating for Long-Term; by Jonny Bowden librarything.com/9352797 books.google.com/fPJRtwAACAAJ worldcat.org/oclc/53435080 DIET DRINK POISON http://calameo.com/books/000621631c357ae38ec3c Eat Fat Look Thin: A Safe and Natural Way to Lose Weight Permanently; by Bruce Fife librarything.com/2179732 books.google.com/rFF30fhh7SoC worldcat.org/oclc/50291097 Stevita Stevia - Zero Calorie Organic Sweetener for Diabetics and Alcoholics http://stevitastevia.com The Stevia Story and the Burning of Stevia Books by the FDA scribd.com/doc/108619027 calameo.com/books/0017253189620d6a1a4cb The Obesity Epidemic - The facts about why we're becoming so obese
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  18. 18. librarything.com/7144405 books.google.com/18bdNQAACAAJ worldcat.org/oclc/220421334 An Integrative Approach to Healing Chronic Illness: Revealing the Root Causes of Modern Disease; by Richard Brightheart http://books.google.com/books?id=lly0IAAACAAJ http://worldcat.org/oclc/778566973 Probiotics: Nature's Internal Healers; by Natasha Trenev librarything.com/1827966 books.google.com/4oZ-j5qO52cC worldcat.org/oclc/38379945 The Probiotics Revolution: The Definitive Guide to Safe, Natural Health Solutions Using Probiotic and Prebiotic Foods and Supplements; by Sarah Wernick librarything.com/7569726 books.google.com/GSrjqYV2uVsC worldcat.org/oclc/137221392 Probiotics - Protection Against Infection: Using Nature's Tiny Warriors To Stem Infection and Fight Disease; by Casey Adams http://librarything.com/work/10335947 http://books.google.com/books?id=KhppPgAACAAJ A Consumer's Guide to Probiotics: How Nature's Friendly Bacteria Can Restore Your Body to Super Health; by S. K. Dash librarything.com/11599928 books.google.com/7gpcW1VafgIC worldcat.org/oclc/60837408 The Complete Book of Enzyme Therapy: A Complete and Up-to-Date Reference to Effective Remedies; by Anthony J. Cichoke librarything.com/1118293 books.google.com/gJy5neC07YsC worldcat.org/oclc/39007146 Enzyme Nutrition; by Doctor Edward Howell librarything.com/1827688 books.google.com/h9EgG8O7GgIC worldcat.org/oclc/12103275 Resetting the Clock: Five Anti-Aging Hormones That Improve and Extend Life; by Elmer Cranton http://librarything.com/work/6602028 http://books.google.com/books?id=bzVZ2aKBkysC http://worldcat.org/oclc/34788336 The Detox Strategy: Vibrant Health in 5 Easy Steps; by Brenda Watson librarything.com/7769861 books.google.com/ftUaDOoMYYQC worldcat.org/oclc/177821705 Healing Through Nutrition; by Melvyn R. Werbach librarything.com/2976965 books.google.com/UhtLAOCvMgUC worldcat.org/oclc/26218329 Seven Weeks to Sobriety: The Proven Program to Fight Alcoholism Through Nutrition; by Joan Mathews Larson librarything.com/850418 books.google.com/O8ocMgEN4WkC worldcat.org/oclc/779062972 http://healthrecovery.com http://treatmentthatworks.com http://celebraterecovery.com http://healingpowerministries.com The Vitamin Cure for Alcoholism; by Abram Hoffer librarything.com/9190476 books.google.com/Rjn8yHwVfo4C worldcat.org/oclc/288933031 http://livingnutrition.com http://wellbeingjournal.com Saved by Angels: to share how GOD talks to everyday people; by Bruce Van Natta librarything.com/6600602 books.google.com/kO9cw7lYFhQC worldcat.org/oclc/275577897
  19. 19. Eating Right to Live Sober; by Katherine Ketcham librarything.com/3252913 books.google.com/-8iAAAAACAAJ worldcat.org/oclc/9830357 Sober and Staying That Way: The Missing Link in the Cure for Alcoholism; by Susan Powter librarything.com/821608 books.google.com/ZmnxP6zbuNcC worldcat.org/oclc/37615427 Let's Get Well; by Adelle Davis librarything.com/153373 books.google.com/40fL4wTTmh4C worldcat.org/oclc/271938 The Benefits of Organic Food http://scribd.com/doc/48259922 http://calameo.com/books/000621631c357ae38ec3c http://organicconsumers.org http://wellbeingjournal.com GOOD FOOD is GOOD MEDICINE Why be Sick? Healthy Soil, Healthy Plants, Healthy People eat LOCAL FRESH ORGANIC Food http://localharvest.org http://greenpeople.org http://eatwellguide.org http://biodynamics.com http://greenamerica.org http://localsustainability.net http://sustainabletable.org http://startnow.org http://harvestontario.com http://tilth.org <> Garbage in, Garbage out - Junk Food In, Fat Sick People Dying Out Eat Fat, Look Thin: A Safe and Natural Way to Lose Weight Permanently; by Bruce Fife librarything.com/2179732 books.google.com/rFF30fhh7SoC worldcat.org/oclc/50291097 Apple Cider Vinegar: Control Weight, Banish Obesity and Diabetes; by Paul C. Bragg librarything.com/771911 books.google.com/GWMlSwAACAAJ worldcat.org/oclc/16445073 You cannot be of much help to God and to Others, If you are not healthy ELIMINATING GLOBAL HUNGER by ORGANIC GARDENING http://scribd.com/doc/81068157 http://calameo.com/books/0011599978aabfd9764db Oxfam New Zealand http://www.oxfam.org.nz Relief Web reliefweb.int permaculturevisions.com hamlinfistula.org permaculture.org.au liberationpermaculture.org permacultureglobal.com journeytoforever.org Wine to Water - Bringing Clean Water to Poor People at Low Cost
  20. 20. http://winetowater.org Barefoot College - Making Rural Communities Self-Sufficient And Sustainable http://www.barefootcollege.org Navdanya http://www.navdanya.org We Care Solar Solar Power in a Suitcase for Poor Villages http://wecaresolar.org Solar Cookers International solarcookers.org solarovens.org solarcooking.wikia.com pciaonline.org she-inc.org librarything.com/11944240 librarything.com/4056971 librarything.com/1455070 librarything.com/1507658 librarything.com/2263768 librarything.com/10649941 librarything.com/6250962 Builders Without Borders http://www.builderswithoutborders.org http://calearth.org http://www.earthbagbuilding.com http://www.monolithic.com http://www.thelaststraw.org http://www.strawtec.com.au http://www.makeitmudbricks.com.au http://www.ebaa.asn.au http://www.earthedworld.co.uk http://www.eartharchitecture.org http://www.adobemachine.com http://www.devonearthbuilding.com http://www.adobebuilder.com http://www.beyondadobe.com http://rammedearth.org http://www.rammedearthhomes.com http://www.solidearth.co.nz http://www.hybridadobe.com Engineers Without Borders http://ewb-international.org http://practicalaction.org http://www.arti-india.org http://www.atindia.org http://www.scoraigwind.com http://www.microhydropower.com http://rampumps.com
  21. 21. http://www.appropedia.org http://www.demotech.org http://www.lowimpact.org http://www.maasaistovessolar.org SOLAR ENERGY TRAINING and Development Projects http://www.solarenergy.org Dean's Coffee Beans Eco Development Projects - Organic and Fair Trade http://www.deansbeans.com book: Javatrekker: Dispatches from the World of Fair Trade Coffee; by Dean Cycon librarything.com/4491838 books.google.com/IqXuk9mURjUC worldcat.org/oclc/153580280 book: A Secret Gift; by Ted Gup http://librarything.com/work/10165363 http://books.google.com/books?id=l4CEWzs7a88C http://worldcat.org/oclc/535490506 book: Always Enough: Gods Miraculous Provision among the Poorest Children on Earth; by Heidi Baker http://librarything.com/work/737793 http://books.google.com/books?id=RefRPAAACAAJ http://worldcat.org/oclc/52341800 book: Kisses from Katie: A Story of Relentless Love and Redemption; by Katie Davis http://librarything.com/work/11509759 http://books.google.com/books?id=Et5KwXG52oYC http://worldcat.org/oclc/707887032 book: The Power of Positive Thinking; by Norman Vincent Peale http://librarything.com/work/186460 http://books.google.com/books?id=kRO_lIGx37sC http://worldcat.org/oclc/71757287 book: Chicken Soup for the Soul: Living Your Dreams; by Mark Victor Hansen http://librarything.com/work/7580935 http://books.google.com/books?id=TuESYqr9mQIC http://worldcat.org/oclc/52854787 book: The Aladdin Factor: How to Ask for, and Get, Everything You Want; by Mark Victor Hansen http://librarything.com/work/2056475 http://books.google.com/books?id=_yT2LdyTO-AC http://worldcat.org/oclc/33158675 book: Your Best Life Now; by Joel Osteen http://librarything.com/work/188327
  22. 22. http://books.google.com/books?id=ZuNCyh7T6zIC http://worldcat.org/oclc/55149452 book: Life Is Tremendous; by Charles E. Jones http://librarything.com/work/903965 http://books.google.com/books?id=nv-SzY4XR3cC http://worldcat.org/oclc/137789 book: Battlefield of the Mind; by Joyce Meyer http://librarything.com/work/1101229 http://worldcat.org/oclc/50914909 http://worldcat.org/oclc/50914909 book: Buddha's Brain: The Practical Neuroscience of Happiness, Love, and Wisdom; by Rick Hanson http://librarything.com/work/9161844 http://books.google.com/books?id=rPGNhzQxwtsC http://worldcat.org/oclc/301883022 book: You Can If You Think You Can; by Norman Vincent Peale http://librarything.com/work/125895 http://books.google.com/books?id=xpzYyyN2XkUC http://worldcat.org/oclc/730748 Change your thoughts and you change your world ~ Norman Vincent Peale book: Change Your Brain, Change Your Life; by Daniel G. Amen http://librarything.com/work/302455 http://books.google.com/books?id=qB9vnlTv6Z4C http://worldcat.org/oclc/38752969 The Happiness Advantage: The Seven Principles of Positive Psychology That Fuel Success and Performance at Work; by Shawn Achor http://librarything.com/work/10092285 http://books.google.com/books?id=id_AzCY68WoC http://worldcat.org/oclc/495271368 book: Character Matters: Nine Essential Traits You Need to Succeed; by Mark Rutland http://librarything.com/work/1253269 http://books.google.com/books?id=SrUMAAAACAAJ http://worldcat.org/oclc/52542614 book: No Compromises: Encouragement for the Workplace; by Rhonda Owen-Smith http://librarything.com/work/5684335 http://librarything.com/work/5684335 http://worldcat.org/oclc/49042112
  23. 23. Passing the Baton: Discipline Is The Bridge Between The Goal And Accomplishments; by Angus Buchan http://librarything.com/work/10390744 http://books.google.com/books?id=PGrzMQAACAAJ http://worldcat.org/oclc/191089437 http://angusbuchan.co.za book: Unlimited Power: The New Science of Personal Achievement; by Anthony Robbins http://librarything.com/work/121675 http://books.google.com/books?id=__CvAFrcWY0C http://worldcat.org/oclc/13525161 Free eBook: Super Power Breathing: For Super Energy, High Health & Longevity; by Patricia Bragg http://calameo.com/books/0012752277f06d864fae7 http://librarything.com/work/9216551 http://books.google.com/books?id=l0LxOy_M-5YC http://worldcat.org/oclc/41437619 Free eBook: The Miracle of Tithing; by Mark Victor Hansen http://calameo.com/books/00127522718a6e0fef72d http://scribd.com/doc/87058897 http://librarything.com/work/11431 http://books.google.com/books?id=zUznPQAACAAJ http://worldcat.org/oclc/52788339 Raising Your Child to Be a Mensch; by Neil Kurshan http://librarything.com/work/3010993 http://books.google.com/books?id=9Kc_EhmfraIC http://worldcat.org/oclc/15790716 Finding Authentic Hope and Wholeness: 5 Questions That Will Change Your Life; by Kathy Koch librarything.com/3114449 books.google.com/jcn2OliLcf0C worldcat.org/oclc/56420223 Read for Your Life: 11 Ways to Better Yourself Through Books; by Pat Williams librarything.com/3000509 books.google.com/OcADV1PVsjUC worldcat.org/oclc/77573041 Ruffles on My Longjohns; by Isabel K. Edwards librarything.com/3498929 books.google.com/-Qt6AAAAMAAJ worldcat.org/oclc/8112857 In the Land of the Grasshopper Song; by Mary Ellicott Arnold librarything.com/902649 books.google.com/iDYw0erYnH0C worldcat.org/oclc/6143499 The Ultimate Cheapskate's Road Map to True Riches: Enjoying Life More by Spending Less; by Jeff Yeager librarything.com/4598013 books.google.com/m-Mq0DeAFpYC worldcat.org/oclc/154799878 The Curve of Time: The Classic Memoir of a Woman and Her Children Who Explored the Coastal Waters of the
  24. 24. Pacific Northwest; by M. Wylie Blanche http://librarything.com/work/52738 The Complete Cheapskate: How to Get Out of Debt, Stay Out, and Break; by Mary E. Hunt librarything.com/463031 books.google.com/hDYqOEQRFMsC worldcat.org/oclc/52691026 Your Money Counts: The Biblical Guide to Earning, Spending, Saving, Investing, Giving, and Getting Out of Debts; by Howard Lape Dayton librarything.com//430619 books.google.com/RKp9crKXWNMC worldcat.org/oclc/45330659 Blessed To Be A Blessing: Understanding the True, Biblical Prosperity; by Kenneth Copeland http://www.amazon.com book: Crown Biblical Financial Study (Life Group Manual) Crown Financial Ministries - God’s Design for Your Finances http://www.crown.org book: Tough Times, Tough People: Chicken Soup for the Soul; by Jack Canfield librarything.com/8608163 books.google.com/1qfVfEplkWgC worldcat.org/oclc/303051028 book: Chicken Soup for the Christian Soul; by Jack Canfield http://librarything.com/work/239169 http://books.google.com/books?id=vn_UuWQa3ZEC http://worldcat.org/oclc/36807335 book: Power to Heal: Experiencing the Miraculous; by Joan Hunter http://librarything.com/work/10424919 http://books.google.com/books?id=inBvPgAACAAJ http://worldcat.org/oclc/317361774 book: Prayer, Faith, and Healing: Cure Your Body, Heal Your Mind and Restore Your Soul; by Kenneth Winston Caine http://librarything.com/work/1599965 http://books.google.com/books?id=Ra9ipwHNeOIC http://worldcat.org/oclc/39985518 book: The Miracle of Fasting; by Paul Bragg http://librarything.com/work/456225 http://books.google.com/books?id=H7sUwWlMblIC http://worldcat.org/oclc/40294657 DVD’s Faith Like Potatoes; by Angus Buchan http://worldcat.org/oclc/314188733 http://angusbuchan.co.za To understand All of the actors, Please select the option for English Subtitles. Thank You.
  25. 25. Facing the Giants; director: Alex Kendrick http://worldcat.org/oclc/75209377 Iron Will; director: Charles Haid http://worldcat.org/oclc/49735167 Chariots of Fire; director: Hugh Hudson http://worldcat.org/oclc/37704257 Flywheel; director: Alex Kendrick http://worldcat.org/oclc/173221540 Living Free: Breaking the Cycle of Defeat; by James Robison http://www.amazon.com http://lifetoday.org Angus Buchan's Ordinary People; director: F.C. Hamman http://angusbuchan.co.za God's Farmer; by Angus Buchan http://angusbuchan.co.za A New Opportunity has Arisen: Cape Town for Jesus; by Angus Buchan http://angusbuchan.co.za The Angus Buchan story: maintaining the cause of the orphan; Publisher: Affirm Films http://worldcat.org/oclc/773759219 book: Faith Like Potatoes; by Angus Buchan librarything.com/2886793 books.google.com/LUN2Ci003esC http://angusbuchan.co.za book: Jesus, a Farmer, and Miracles; by Angus Buchan http://angusbuchan.co.za book: Revival, A People Saturated with God; by Angus Buchan http://angusbuchan.co.za book: When Heaven Invades Earth; by Bill Johnson librarything.com/586962 books.google.com/AfU2GBFydqAC worldcat.org/oclc/54360037 book: The Cross and the Switchblade: The Thrilling True Story of a Country Preacher's Fight Against Teen-Age Crime in Big-City Slums; by David Wilkerson librarything.com/34333 books.google.com/8zMfG-ByffcC worldcat.org/oclc/384091 book: George Muller: Man of Faith and Miracles; by Basil Miller librarything.com/1547177 books.google.com/QKweK4HIxX4C worldcat.org/oclc/21343056 book: Rwanda: The Land God Forgot; by Meg Guillebaud
  26. 26. librarything.com/1565067 books.google.com/LYua8dt_KqcC worldcat.org/oclc/50434318 book: Heavenly Man; by Brother Yun librarything.com/708803 books.google.com/QJy7zunxfhIC worldcat.org/oclc/55858724 book: The Costly Call, Book 2: The Untold Story; by Emir Fethi Caner http://librarything.com/work/5967345 http://books.google.com/books?id=2A2zruR81Y0C http://worldcat.org/oclc/71759360 book: One Woman Against the Reich: The True Story of a Mother's Struggle to Keep Her Family Faithful to God in a World Gone Mad; by Helmut W. Ziefle http://librarything.com/work/1095932 http://books.google.com/books?id=9BsYaN96migC http://worldcat.org/oclc/7552586 book: Prisoner and Yet; by Corrie Ten Boom http://librarything.com/work/350606 http://books.google.com/books?id=0MrNPQAACAAJ http://worldcat.org/oclc/1419722 book: Free to Be Me: A Journey through Fear to Freedom; by Betty Robison http://librarything.com/work/5236157 http://books.google.com/books?id=-_7tqFf3x4IC http://worldcat.org/oclc/50774225 book: Stories Behind Men of Faith; by Ace Collins http://librarything.com/work/9593373 http://books.google.com/books?id=uzEhuUfqqBYC http://worldcat.org/oclc/276341056 From Dream to Destiny: The Ten Tests You Must Go Through to Fulfill God's Purpose for Your Life; by Robert Morris http://librarything.com/work/1767888 http://books.google.com/books?id=bB3sAAAACAAJ https://www.worldcat.org/oclc/57008023 The Seed Sower: in the Footsteps of Livingstone; by Angus Buchan http://books.google.com/books?id=EImVtgAACAAJ worldcat.org/oclc/166333860 http://angusbuchan.co.za The Man Who Planted Trees; by Jean Giono librarything.com/142296 books.google.com/A3lq-ll42rIC worldcat.org/oclc/12104592 book: Echoes of Mercy; by Nancy Alcorn librarything.com/348092 books.google.com/AFkHAAAACAAJ worldcat.org/oclc/26591365
  27. 27. book: Power Concedes Nothing: One Woman's Quest for Social Justice in America, from the Courtroom to the Kill Zones; by Connie Rice librarything.com/11990068 books.google.com/E5O5RyqpgiEC worldcat.org/oclc/703209137 proverb: A Good Person leaves an inheritance to their children's children. What kind of an inheritance are you leaving? God Stories: They're So Amazing, Only God Could Make Them Happen; by Donna Douglas http://librarything.com/work/1353619 http://books.google.com/books?id=FM1AIczkEXAC http://worldcat.org/oclc/42601094 book: Hudson Taylor's Spiritual Secret; by Howard Taylor http://librarything.com/work/127488 http://books.google.com/books?id=Xq3RfGALcE4C http://worldcat.org/oclc/13120087 The Book of Jewish Values; by Joseph Telushkin http://librarything.com/work/58359 http://books.google.com/books?id=t8m-Kajlj1kC http://worldcat.org/title/oclc/41601215 book: Jesus the Jewish Theologian; by Brad Young http://librarything.com/work/676412 http://books.google.com/books?id=avHYAAAAMAAJ http://worldcat.org/oclc/32132279 book: Behind Enemy Lines; by Marthe Cohn http://librarything.com/work/897605 http://books.google.com/books?id=dc4V3kVCCRwC http://worldcat.org/oclc/50272414 book: When Heaven Invades Earth; by Bill Johnson http://librarything.com/work/586962 http://books.google.com/books?id=AfU2GBFydqAC http://worldcat.org/oclc/54360037 book: The Power of Miracles: True Stories of God's Presence; by Joan Wester Anderson http://books.google.com/books?id=ZrgIpj4eaKMC http://worldcat.org/oclc/59817918 book: Forgiveness, the Ultimate Miracle; by Paul J. Meyer librarything.com/2003478 books.google.com/ft6SF5K50cAC worldcat.org/oclc/77526508
  28. 28. book: After the Locusts: How Costly Forgiveness Is; by Meg Guillebaud http://librarything.com/work/8537449 http://books.google.com/books?id=gZGDKQAACAAJ http://www.worldcat.or/oclc/71426134 book: Nam Vet : Making Peace with Your Past; by Chuck Dean librarything.com/4514598 books.google.com/oX9fkgAACAAJ worldcat.org/oclc/21593160 book: In Tune with the Infinite; by Ralph Waldo Trine librarything.com/431531 books.google.com/-aCs1tDg2x0C worldcat.org/oclc/7059212 http://books.google.com/books?id=I2j9jh3J_msC Miracles Still Happen: Inspiring Real-Life Stories of Supernatural Intervention; by Sheri Stone http://librarything.com/work/3446109 http://books.google.com/books?id=HpWGZ2sN5EwC http://worldcat.org/oclc/54817431 The Miracle of the Holy Spirit; by Charles L. Allen http://librarything.com/work/1182469 http://worldcat.org/oclc/947974 I Believe in Miracles; by Kathryn Kuhlman librarything.com/371673 books.google.com/DFzsoqxofzoC worldcat.org/oclc/739635 Miracles Do Happen: The Inspiring True Story of the World Famous Healer and the Reality of Miracles; by Briege McKenna librarything.com/2667302 books.google.com/Yg2IAK0kGm8C worldcat.org/oclc/18558588 The Healing Power of Jesus; by Robert Abel librarything.com/12196358 books.google.com/vv54AAAACAAJ worldcat.org/oclc/71217077 http://www.healingpowerministries.com How to Heal the Sick; by Charles Hunter librarything.com/953145 books.google.com/TmxrPAAACAAJ worldcat.org/oclc/8010289 http://joanhunter.org Healing the Sick: A Living Classic; by T. L Osborn http://librarything.com/work/425792 http://books.google.com/books?id=fZ-rQwAACAAJ http://www.worldcat.or/oclc/29046302 Messengers of Healing: Charles and Frances Hunter; by Richard Young http://books.google.com/books?id=VL9VPgAACAAJ http://worldcat.org/oclc/277118409 book: The Bible Cure; by Reginald B. Cherry http://librarything.com/work/355159 http://books.google.com/books?id=nXaH6FtiZFoC
  29. 29. http://worldcat.org/oclc/38898046 Healing Lyme Disease Naturally: History, Analysis, and Treatments; by Wolf D. Storl librarything.com/9538312 books.google.com/RJ4YG4_WPckC worldcat.org/oclc/430839022 Bypassing Bypass Surgery: Chelation Therapy: A Non-surgical Treatment for Reversing Arteriosclerosis, Improving Blocked Circulation, and Slowing the Aging Process; by Elmer M. Cranton librarything.com/1896451 books.google.com/2eF8j-jlTwAC worldcat.org/oclc/48383638 None of These Diseases: The Bible's Health Secrets for the 21st Century; by Doctor S. I. McMillen librarything.com/371744 books.google.com/pAwQMa0gTtkC worldcat.org/oclc/517422 Out Of the Silence: A Personal Testimony of God's Healing Power; by Duane Miller librarything.com/1572207 books.google.com/kTdePAAACAAJ worldcat.org/oclc/35718523 How To Receive And Maintain A Healing; by Charles Hunter librarything.com/10269822 books.google.com/DJOxtjQWX9sC worldcat.org/oclc/28800697 http://joanhunter.org Releasing God's Anointing; by Mel Bond http://librarything.com/work/8381042 http://www.releasinggodsanointing.com book: Expecting Miracles: True Stories of God's Supernatural Power and How You Can Experience It; by Heidi Baker http://librarything.com/work/5480203 http://books.google.com/books?id=-UKFGAAACAAJ http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/138340749 Miracles Miracles Miracles: Signs and Wonders From the Worldwide, Whirlwind Ministry of Charles and Frances Hunter http://joanhunter.org book: Release the Power of Prayer; by George Müller http://librarything.com/work/1696452 http://books.google.com/books?id=2NL5AAAACAAJ http://worldcat.org/oclc/42765321 book: Supernatural Healing: Signs, Wonders, And Miracles; by Sid Roth librarything.com/11274909 books.google.com/g-_oKG03VX8C worldcat.org/oclc/429913731 http://www.sidroth.org Words That Hurt, Words That Heal: How to Choose Words Wisely and Well; by Joseph Telushkin librarything.com/1833727 books.google.com/-evshk45_BAC worldcat.org/oclc/32012624 book: God's Healing Promises; by Charles Hunter librarything.com/3333666 books.google.com/E5oHAAAACAAJ worldcat.org/oclc/49631938
  30. 30. book: A Glimpse Into Glory; by Kathryn Kuhlman http://librarything.com/work/717879 http://books.google.com/books?id=crh_JKPv18cC http://worldcat.org/oclc/6318064 book: Why Should I Speak in Tongues (January 1980); by Charles Hunter http://librarything.com/work/3420479 http://books.google.com/books?id=MBPBPAAACAAJ http://worldcat.org/oclc/3226712 ORGANIC GARDENING TECHNOLOGIES INCREASING Plant Yields by 400 PERCENT http://scribd.com/doc/75160339 http://calameo.com/books/0010511867e619fa5b018 FREE Catalog about Eco Farming Books and Organic Gardening Books, DVD’s and Much More http://acresusa.com Free Organic Gardening and Sustainable Farming Publications http://scribd.com/doc/107731564 http://calameo.com/books/001708429b920ffff5ef0 Links to FREE RAIN WATER HARVESTING MANUALS and Much More http://scribd.com/doc/75160853 http://calameo.com/books/00105118622f34ba7dbe7 Links to FREE WATER WISE Gardening, DROUGHT Gardening, XERISCAPE Gardening MANUALS, Books and Much More http://scribd.com/doc/105267038 http://calameo.com/books/001698854129dced31cc9 Links to FREE RAIN GARDEN MANUALS, BROCHURES and INFORMATION SHEETS http://scribd.com/doc/75162927 http://calameo.com/books/00105118638b46251e05d FREE ROOF GARDENS - GREEN ROOFS MANUALS Links and Aquaponics Systems http://scribd.com/doc/45480026 http://calameo.com/books/00135160793af637917ef Links to FREE GARDEN THERAPY MANUALS HELPING the DISABLED http://scribd.com/doc/64621010 http://calameo.com/books/000877896a16a5245c71a GREEN CHURCHES Links to Green Churches, Eco Justice, Green Faith and Much More
  31. 31. http://scribd.com/doc/75171088 http://calameo.com/books/0010511867f3f30cfdf12 GLEANER GROUPS Gleaning food for the Poor, your Local Foodbank and Soup Kitchens. They Need You. Please Help. Thanks you. http://scribd.com/doc/75163916 http://calameo.com/books/00105118641fe9c88605b Your Local Foodbank Needs You Please Help. Thank YOU! http://calameo.com/books/0015233135aeeee6e92ff SOLAR ENERGY TRAINING and Development Projects http://www.solarenergy.org Dean's Coffee Beans Eco Development Projects - Organic and Fair Trade http://www.deansbeans.com Solar WATER PUMPS http://lorentz.de http://sourceguides.com/energy Solar - Geothermal Home Hybrid Systems - Reduce Your Energy Cost http://swisssolartech.com http://scribd.com/doc/41308612 Heat your Buildings, Greenhouses, Swimming Pools or Home with Firewood & Radiant Heat Sunburst Central Heating Systems using Firewood or Wood Pellets http://www.sunburst-sales.com Water Walls-Thermal Mass Heat Storage http://www.slosustainability.com https://docs.google.com The Complete Handbook of Solar Air Heating Systems; by Steve Kornher books.google.com librarything.com/work/1956010 Solar Air Conditioning austinsolarac.com solair-project.eu solarac.com Solar Air Conditioning Systems Reports scribd.com/doc/98701673 scribd.com/doc/98701344 scribd.com/doc/98701597 scribd.com/doc/98701255 scribd.com/doc/98700062 BUILD INTO THE FUTURE - Super Energy Efficient Indestructible Homes, Buildings, Schools, Churches, Gyms, Storage
  32. 32. Fire Proof, Earthquake Proof, Hurricane Proof, Tornado Proof, Tidal Wave Proof, almost bomb proof http://monolithic.com http://jctropicalhomes.com http://trinitydome.com Grow Your Food in a Monolithic Cabin Grow-Dome http://www.monolithic.com/stories/grow-your-food-in-a-monolithic-cabin-grow- dome Super Energy Efficient LED grow lights: http://www.led-grow-master.com KALWALL - http://kalwall.com - Kalwall is the most Highly Insulating and Energy Efficient, Light-transmitting, structural panel Technology in the World WIND Energy http://vestas.com http://www.provenenergy.co.uk http://africanwindpower.com http://www.flowtrack.com.au http://globalbrains.in http://airstreamindia.com http://sourceguides.com/energy The USA Has Enough Harnessable Wind Energy To Satisfy National Electricity Needs Several Times Over http://scribd.com/doc/98686137 http://calameo.com/books/00151033646cd9b000046 MICRO HYDRO Power Generation http://microhydropower.com http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Micro_hydro http://sourceguides.com/energy RAM PUMPS http://theramcompany.com http://gravi-chek.com http://journeytoforever.org/at_waterpump.html http://sourceguides.com/energy WAVE Energy Generation Technologies http://sde.co.il http://sourceguides.com/energy Straight VEGETABLE OIL Cars, Trucks, Electric Generators, Water Pumps-Irrigation http://plantdrive.ca Straight Vegetable Oil Links to Books, Manuals, Articles and Much More http://scribd.com/doc/93406879 http://calameo.com/books/00139810833f44e83a7d4
  33. 33. Straight Vegetable Oil: On-Site Energy Self-Sufficiency http://scribd.com/doc/83257232 http://calameo.com/books/001275227c66ec5c1776c VEGETABLE OIL Electric Generators http://scribd.com/doc/83387597 http://calameo.com/books/00127522786edc45f5bf1 Vegetable Oil Heating Systems Heat your Home, Greenhouses and Buildings with Straight Vegetable Oil or Used Cooking Oils http://www.wasteoilheaters.eu http://www.econoheat.com http://www.agsolutionsllc.com http://www.inov8-intl.com http://www.wasteoilheater.net http://www.nueraheat.com http://www.energylogic.com http://www.lanair.com http://www.thermobile.co.uk Waste Vegetable Oil for Heating Greenhouses http://calameo.com/books/001350831101b87e4dee8 Rooftop Greenhouse and Vegetable Oil Bio-Diesel http://calameo.com/books/001350831eeba8cfbd68c Sunburst Central Heating Systems using Firewood or Wood Pellets http://www.sunburst-sales.com Small Scale Electricity Generation from Vegetable Oil http://scribd.com/doc/83387469 http://calameo.com/books/001275227d9d0414a2948 Change Used Cooking Oil into Diesel Fuel http://scribd.com/doc/48038246 http://calameo.com/books/001275227b74697a81c6e Details of Using Vegetable Oil Cars http://scribd.com/doc/34396203 http://calameo.com/books/0012752275c62fe789c74 book: SVO: Powering Your Vehicle With Straight Vegetable Oil; by Forest Gregg http://librarything.com/work/5438220 http://books.google.com/books?id=hUOjpEmBVG0C http://worldcat.org/oclc/250524163
  34. 34. book: Sliding Home: A Near Perfect Primer on SVO; by Ray L. Holan http://books.google.com/books?id=d2sBfAEACAAJ http://worldcat.org/oclc/71247709 http://www.amazon.com book: The Edge of Veg: An Introduction to Running Diesel Engines on Vegetable Oil; by Stephan Helbig http://books.google.com/books?id=9vCwGQAACAAJ http://worldcat.org/oclc/181484479 http://www.amazon.de book: Greasy Rider: Two Dudes, One Fry-Oil-Powered Car, and a Cross-Country Search for a Greener Future; by Greg Melville http://librarything.com/work/5915523 http://books.google.com/books?id=QKjx8q87C http://worldcat.org/oclc/212844428 DVD: Veg My Ride: Teaches you how to Convert your Car to Straight Vegetable Oil; director: Franklin Lopez http://worldcat.org/oclc/298272287 http://www.vegpoweredsystems.com http://www.amazon.com http://www.vegmyride.tv dvd: Straight Vegetable Oil Seminar 2006; by Golden Fuel Systems http://www.goldenfuelsystems.com http://www.amazon.com dvd: Greasy Rider; director: Joey Carey http://worldcat.org/oclc/226039332 http://www.amazon.com dvd: Liquid Gold: Gathering and Filtering Waste Vegetable Oil for Fuel; by Charles Anderson http://worldcat.org/oclc/124504475 http://www.goldenfuelsystems.com http://www.amazon.com Straight VEGETABLE OIL Cars Websites http://www.plantdrive.ca http://www.elsbett.com http://www.greasecar.com http://www.goldenfuelsystems.com http://vtvegcar.com
  35. 35. http://www.alaskavegoil.org http://frybrid.com http://www.popdiesel.com http://www.vegoilmotoring.com http://www.greenconversion.net http://vegburner.co.uk http://www.doctordiesel.co.uk http://www.dieselveg.com http://www.biocar.de http://www.diesel-therm.com http://www.bebioenergy.com http://www.folkecenter.net http://www.biodrive.ch http://vegetableoildiesel.co.uk http://www.veggiediesel.co.uk http://www.veggiepower.co.uk http://www.fmso.de http://www.fatty-fuels.de http://www.rerorust.de/en/index.html http://www.enviofuel.com http://www.vwp-europe.com http://www.wolf-pflanzenoel-technik.de http://goodgrease.com http://www.eppoa.org http://ifhvp.fr http://www.oliomobile.org http://www.roulemafleur.free.fr http://www.jatrophabiodiesel.org http://www.gotaverde.org http://www.solaroilsystems.nl http://www.dajolka.dk http://rapsbil.dk http://www.powerswitch.org.uk http://www.ppo-mc-global-tour.dk http://www.biotrieb.org http://www.tanklust.de http://www.organicmechanic.com http://www.regenatec.com WASTE NOT, WANT NOT book: Worms Eat My Garbage; by Mary Appelhof librarything.com/129657 books.google.com/Z-FjPwAACAAJ worldcat.org/oclc/9210284 http://wormdigest.org http://wormbooks.com http://vermico.com http://www.wormwoman.com Composting Waterless Toilets librarything.com/606354 scribd.com/doc/8193483 librarything.com/work/606534 librarything.com/work/4546863 librarything.com/work/10182207 librarything.com/work/5341119 librarything.com/work/5011494 librarything.com/work/10365968 Keep Our Country Strong Like a Rock
  36. 36. Please Support your LOCAL Organic FAMILY Farmers http://localharvest.org Organic Consumers Association http://organicconsumers.org Why be Sick? Healthy Soil, Healthy Plants, Healthy People eat LOCAL FRESH ORGANIC Food localharvest.org Let our food be our medicine, and our medicine be our food. ~ Hippocrates Your Wealth is your Health (Wholeness). book: Vegetarian Health Recipes for Super Energy and Long Life; by Paul C. Bragg librarything.com/10453101 books.google.com/xHR2MQAACAAJ worldcat.org/oclc/259194344 book: The Blood Sugar Solution: The Ultra Healthy Program for Losing Weight; by Hyman librarything.com/work/12046920 books.google.com/Go7P3iHN994C worldcat.org/oclc/639167583 SoilSoup Compost Tea http://soilsoup.com SoilSoup Compost Tea is an excellent soil builder and organic fertilizer. Soil Soup is very easy to handle and use. TerraTea http://terratea.ca Growing Solutions http://www.growingsolutions.com Earthworm Tea http://vermico.com Remineralize your Soil http://remineralize.org Soil Regeneration with Volcanic Rock Dust http://scribd.com/doc/30402511 http://calameo.com/books/00062163120384c54b373 Volcanic Rock Dust added to soil can double plant or lawn growth. book: The Biochar Solution: Carbon Farming and Climate Change; by Albert K. Bates
  37. 37. librarything.com/10598718 books.google.com/ppEVwFVcLysC worldcat.org/oclc/662578704 http://www.biocharsolution.com http://eprida.com http://www.biocharsolution.com http://biochar-books.com http://ecotechnologies.com http://www.biochar.org http://www.biochar-international.org http://anzbiochar.org http://biochar.pbworks.com http://biochar.ca http://www.re-char.com http://biocharfarms.org book: How to Grow World Record Tomatoes; by Charles Wilber http://librarything.com/work/1752882 http://worldcat.org/oclc/40948283 http://books.google.com/books?id=hQdIAAAAYAAJ Effective Micro-Organisms http://effectivemicro-organisms.co.uk Effective Micro-Organisms properly combined with Volcanic Rock Dust can increase Productivity by 200 percent to 400 percent. In Thailand, soil properly treated increased productivity by over 400 percent. http://www.bokashilife.com http://emrojapan.com http://www.naturefarm.co.nz http://www.emearth.com http://www.emrousa.com http://www.emhawaii.com http://www.bokashicomposting.com http://bokashiworld.wordpress.com http://www.em-sustainableliving.co.uk book: Our Future Reborn: EM Technology Changes The World; by Dr. Teruo Higa http://librarything.com/work/9217089 http://books.google.com/books?id=jjffSAAACAAJ http://worldcat.org/oclc/556259884 book: An Earth Saving Revolution II: EM - amazing applications to Agricultural, Environmental, and Medical Problems; by Teruo Higa http://librarything.com/work/5162954 http://worldcat.org/oclc/54830842 book: Nature Farming and Microbial Applications; by Hui-Lian Xu http://books.google.com/books?id=GNbe4eClXicC http://worldcat.org/oclc/44468922 SWAP your Books with Other People
  38. 38. http://scribd.com/doc/81071919 http://calameo.com/books/00115999712e89ac6bda5 Seaweed Gardening http://librarything.com/work/5325764 http://librarything.com/work/8104499 http://librarything.com/work/10269006 http://librarything.com/work/8911935 http://librarything.com/work/4623809 Institute for Simplified Hydroponics http://www.carbon.org http://www.growingedge.com http://growbiointensive.org http://www.squarefootgardening.com Aquaponics Journal backyardaquaponics.com aquaponicsjournal.com Aquaponics UK and Australia ukaquaponics.org aquaponics.org.uk aquaponics.net.au diyaquaponics.com Aquaponics Systems and GREEN ROOFS MANUALS http://scribd.com/doc/45480026 http://calameo.com/books/00135160793af637917ef Aquaponic Gardening: A Step-By-Step Guide to Raising Vegetables; by Sylvia Bernstein librarything.com/11672554 books.google.com/iiT7GbUoauUC worldcat.org/oclc/709681564 Aquaponic Food Product: Raising fish and plants for food and profit; by Rebecca L. Nelson librarything.com/11556695 books.google.com/da1fPgAACAAJ aquaponics.com.au Small Scale Aquaculture: A Hobbyist's Guide for Growing Fish in Recirculating Systems, Greenhouses, Cages And Flowing Water; by Steven D. Van Gorder librarything.com/1891250 books.google.com/ON2wAAAACAAJ worldcat.org/oclc/50995488 book: Gardening with Heirloom Seeds; by Lynn Coulter librarything.com/1857555 books.google.com/1uya8RqUs8kC worldcat.org/oclc/62281621 book: Heirloom Vegetable Gardening: A Master Gardener's Guide; by William Woys Weaver librarything.com/376857 books.google.com/pqrTGwAACAAJ worldcat.org/oclc/34887017 book: The Edible Heirloom Garden; by Rosalind Creasy librarything.com/1141998 books.google.com/-OkJAQAAMAAJ worldcat.org/oclc/39748087 book: Heirloom Vegetables: A Home Gardener's Guide; by Sue Stickland worldcat.org/oclc/37310883 librarything.com/141693 books.google.com/dwZIAAAAYAAJ book: Edible Flower Garden; by Rosalind Creasy
  39. 39. librarything.com/326878 books.google.com/AwGJVW948mwC worldcat.org/oclc/39713714 The Seed Underground: A Growing Revolution to Save Food; by Janisse Ray librarything.com/12583401 books.google.com/TKLJxZPdyyQC worldcat.org/oclc/759171799 VERTICAL GARDENING book: Vertical Gardening: Grow Up, Not Out, for More Vegetables and Flowers in Much Less Space; by Derek Fell http://librarything.com/work/11193216 http://books.google.com/books?id=auqpcQAACAAJ http://worldcat.org/oclc/659769914 book: Garden Up: Smart Vertical Gardening for Small and Large Spaces; by Susan Morrison http://librarything.com/work/10878183 http://books.google.com/books?id=MX5eAZDG-PQC http://worldcat.org/oclc/648923671 book: Gardening Vertically: 24 Ideas for Creating Your Own Green Walls; by Noemie Vialard http://librarything.com/work/12333863 http://books.google.com/books?id=ViQlKQEACAAJ http://worldcat.org/oclc/732601932 book: Vertical Vegetables and Fruit: Creative Gardening Techniques for Growing Up in Small Spaces; by Rhonda Massingham Hart http://librarything.com/work/12112878 http://books.google.com/books?id=ZS6DHy0naNsC http://worldcat.org/oclc/704381000 book: Vertical Gardening: Climbing Plants, Hanging Plants, Trellises, Wall Plantings, Terraces, Steep Banks, Window Boxes; by Caroline Boisset http://librarything.com/work/819922 http://books.google.com/books?id=lq6LQgAACAAJ http://worldcat.org/oclc/17551617 book: Vertical Garden: From Nature to the City; by Patrick Blanc http://librarything.com/work/5955910 http://books.google.com/books?id=GRiV6E_xn8gC http://worldcat.org/oclc/214934450 book: Vertical Gardens: Bringing the City to Life; by Anna Lambertini http://librarything.com/work/4917724 http://books.google.com/books?id=MPA4AQAAIAAJ http://worldcat.org/oclc/165407838 book: Vertical Garden: Construction And Analysis Of A Portable Vertical Plantscape; by Janani
  40. 40. Kannan http://books.google.com/books?id=iF9QAAAAYAAJ http://worldcat.org/oclc/692998938 book: Planting Green Roofs And Living Walls; by Nigel Dunnett http://librarything.com/work/69399 http://books.google.com/books?id=b8E3AQAAIAAJ http://worldcat.org/oclc/53814556 book: Green Roofs: Bringing Nature Back to Town - International Green Roof Congress 2009; by Roland Appl, Reimer Meier, Wolfgang Ansel http://librarything.com/work/9759054 http://books.google.com/books?id=BjGYQwAACAAJ http://worldcat.org/oclc/527982009 book: Il Verde Verticale; by Maurizio Corrado - Italy http://books.google.com/books?id=IwzuRgAACAAJ http://worldcat.org/oclc/707460088 VERTICAL FARMING book: Vertical Farm: Feeding the World in the 21st Century; by Dickson Despommier http://librarything.com/work/9890743 http://books.google.com/books?id=0DxTK0jW35sC http://worldcat.org/oclc/653476308 http://www.verticalfarm.com book: Vertical Farming; by Gilbert Ellis Bailey http://books.google.com/books?id=qHNCAAAAIAAJ http://worldcat.org/oclc/15516407 CITY FARMING, BACKYARD FARMING, and URBAN FARMING http://www.growingpower.org 25 Free Patriotic Gardening Posters - Please share this PDF file with friends. Thank You http://scribd.com/doc/97134992 http://calameo.com/books/001215852abfc215fa9f8 BOOKS: on City Farming Your Farm in the City: An Urban-Dweller's Guide to Growing Food and Raising Animals; by Lisa Taylor librarything.com/10874790 books.google.com/3OrIhF8XJ80C worldcat.org/oclc/664666698 Sepp Holzer's Permaculture: A Practical Guide to Small-Scale, Integrative Farming and Gardening; by Sepp Holzer
  41. 41. librarything.com/11138591 books.google.com/jNXK9kE-lOoC worldcat.org/oclc/694395083 Permaculture Two: Practical Design for Town and Country in Permanent Agriculture; by Bill Mollison librarything.com/326825 books.google.com/UQbyAAAAMAAJ worldcat.org/oclc/690649901 The Permaculture Handbook: Garden Farming for Town and Country; by David Holmgren librarything.com/12029692 books.google.com/M5fZAnAEH7MC worldcat.org/oclc/803846438 Permaculture Pioneers: Stories from the New Frontier; by Kerry Dawborn books.google.com/IsckKQEACAAJ worldcat.org/oclc/721882664 MetroFarm: Growing for Profit In or Near the City; by Michael Olson librarything.com/131465 books.google.com/oOKBNgAACAAJ worldcat.org/oclc/30795120 http://metrofarm.com Sharing the Harvest: A Citizen's Guide to Community Supported Agriculture; by Elizabeth Henderson librarything.com/4557502 books.google.com/13sDbCIz0ooC worldcat.org/oclc/144328213 http://localharvest.org Bioshelter Market Garden: A Permaculture Farm; by Darrell Frey librarything.com/10703491 books.google.com/Vx8enVBW5jwC worldcat.org/oclc/601130383 The Good Food Revolution: Growing Healthy Food, People, and Communities; by Will Allen librarything.com/11993624 books.google.com/nf55k2hlg-IC worldcat.org/oclc/757470632 http://www.growingpower.org City Farming, Backyard Farming & Urban Farming Links to books, articles & more http://calameo.com/books/001467601ef8c64105f4c Farm City: The Education of an Urban Farmer; by Novella Carpenter librarything.com/11480723 books.google.com/KqUVJLLDJbQC worldcat.org/oclc/276819186 Mini Farming: Self-Sufficiency on 1/4 Acre; by Brett L. Markham librarything.com/9724353 books.google.com/HfVygFIMI3sC worldcat.org/oclc/664324645 The Essential Urban Farmer; by Novella Carpenter librarything.com/11860723 books.google.com/IRCkqDLpcW4C worldcat.org/oclc/744291854 The Soul of Soil: A Soil-Building Guide for Master Gardeners and Farmers; by Joseph Smillie librarything.com/984997 books.google.com/z_sVgV-WqagC worldcat.org/oclc/41049496 Micro Eco-Farming: Prospering from Backyard to Small Acreage in Partnership with the Earth; by Barbara Berst Adams librarything.com/592901 books.google.com/OW2oAAAACAAJ worldcat.org/oclc/54677648 The Biodome Garden Book librarything.com/11884542 books.google.com/uXNIXwAACAAJ worldcat.org/oclc/767652177 Urban Farming: Sustainable City Living in Your Backyard, in Your Community, and in the World; by Thomas Fox
  42. 42. librarything.com/11280180 books.google.com/RTZjQwAACAAJ worldcat.org/oclc/503073342 Urban Farm Handbook: City Slicker Resources for Growing, Raising, Sourcing, Trading, and Preparing What You Eat; by Annette Cottrell librarything.com/11738731 books.google.com/g2VCN2W1HNEC worldcat.org/oclc/727705064 The Edible City Resource Manual; by Richard Britz librarything.com/2389015 books.google.com/p_r6wNisWWQC worldcat.org/oclc/7555708 Successful Small-Scale Farming: An Organic Approach; by Karl Schwenke librarything.com/126871 books.google.com/A08bAQAAMAAJ worldcat.org/oclc/22766714 The Quarter-Acre Farm: How I Kept the Patio, Lost the Lawn, and Fed My Family for a Year; by Spring Warren librarything.com/10997398 books.google.com/hOs4988PX8kC worldcat.org/oclc/663102316 The Resilient Gardener: Food Production and Self-Reliance in Uncertain Times; by Carol Deppe librarything.com/work/10481246 books.google.com/Xf5Q4jo_mEEC worldcat.org/oclc/610835135 Gardening When It Counts: Growing Food in Hard Times; by Steve Solomon librarything.com/1114565 books.google.com/lbohaJCxFnAC worldcat.org/oclc/62535644 Mycelium Running: How Mushrooms Can Help Save the World; by Paul Stamets librarything.com/494921 books.google.com/qtsTH7ekvVYC worldcat.org/oclc/60603170 Square Foot Gardening; by Mel Bartholomew scribd.com/doc/30421696 librarything.com/3213 worldcat.org/oclc/6943565 Apartment Gardening: Plants, Projects, and Recipes for Growing Food in Your Urban Home; by Amy Pennington librarything.com/11367320 books.google.com/UNa9bwAACAAJ worldcat.org/oclc/759838812 Fresh Food from Small Spaces; by R.J. Ruppenthal librarything.com/6347778 books.google.com/OPQXAfANf08 worldcat.org/oclc/225871288 Lasagna Gardening: A New Layering System for Bountiful Gardens: No Digging, No Tilling, No Weeding; by Patricia Lanza librarything.com/10115926 books.google.com/Zih2ggDzMSgC worldcat.org/oclc/39181782 http://lasagnagardeningbook.com Organic No Dig, No Weed Gardening: A Revolutionary Method For Easy Gardening; by Raymond P Poincelot librarything.com/4692899 books.google.com/jNR7AAAACAAJ worldcat.org/oclc/16756235 Eco-Farm, An Acres U.S.A. Primer: The definitive guide to managing farm and ranch soil fertility, crops, fertilizers, weeds and insects while avoiding dangerous chemicals; by Jr. Charles Walters librarything.com/326739 books.google.com/hKodAQAAMAAJ worldcat.org/oclc/35908160 Small Space, Big Harvest: Turn Your Small Garden Into A Vegetable Garden Naturally; by Duane G.
  43. 43. Newcomb http://librarything.com/work/204736 http://books.google.com/books?id=iAtIAAAAYAAJ http://worldcat.org/oclc/26974793 Anything Grows: Ingenious Ways To Grow More Food In Front Yards, Backyards, Side Yards, In The Suburbs, In The City, On Rooftops, Even Parking Lots; by Sheryl London http://librarything.com/work/1112076 http://books.google.com/books?id=je44AQAAIAAJ http://worldcat.org/oclc/10208434 The Backyard Vegetable Factory: Super Yields from Small Spaces; by Duane G. Newcomb http://librarything.com/work/524835 http://books.google.com/books?id=UQNIAAAAYAAJ http://worldcat.org/oclc/17875035 The Holistic Orchard: Tree Fruits and Berries the Biological Way; by Michael Phillips http://librarything.com/work/11949597 http://books.google.com/books?id=zwHotVXtnfsC http://worldcat.org/oclc/719429796 You Can Build a Chicken Tractor: Step-by-Step Instructions for Beginners; by Sue Merriam http://librarything.com/work/8999243 http://books.google.com/books?id=X2GOQQAACAAJ http://worldcat.org/oclc/458488182 Urban Wilds: Gardener's Stories Of The Struggle For Land And Justice; by Cleo Woelfle-Erskine http://librarything.com/work/2461552 http://books.google.com/books?id=9z1kAAAACAAJ http://worldcat.org/oclc/60955199 Gaviotas: A Village to Reinvent the World; by Alan Weisman http://librarything.com/work/353643 http://books.google.com/books?id=vWR_LQys4hsC http://worldcat.org/oclc/37955739 For more Books on City Farming, Organic Gardening, Eco Farming, Monthly Newsletter and More Please see the AcresUSA website and obtain a free book catalog, & Subscribe to their Newsletter http://www.acresusa.com CITY FARMING WEBSITES City Farmmer http://www.cityfarmer.info http://www.cityfarmer.org
  44. 44. Permaculture Activist Magazine http://www.permacultureactivist.net Urban Homestead Project http://urbanhomestead.org City Farms - General Information http://www.journeytoforever.org/cityfarm.html Urban Farming Oz http://www.urbanfarmingoz.com.au Seattle Tilth http://seattletilth.org Common Good City Farm http://commongoodcityfarm.org Urban Farming http://www.urbanfarming.org Detroit Agriculture http://detroitagriculture.net The Federation of City Farms and Community Gardens http://www.farmgarden.org.uk European Federation of City Farms http://www.cityfarms.org Growing Power - Training People for Creating Community Food Systems http://www.growingpower.org librarything.com/11993624 books.google.com/nf55k2hlg-IC worldcat.org/oclc/757470632 D Acres Permaculture Farm and Education Center http://dacres.org Backyard Harvest http://backyardharvest.org Your Backyard Farmer http://yourbackyardfarmer.com Raising BackYard Chickens http://www.backyardchickens.com
  45. 45. Backyard Farmer USA http://backyardfarmer.us Backyard Farmer Australia http://backyardfarmer.com.au The Urban Farmer Canada http://theurbanfarmer.ca South Africa City Farmer http://www.imnojamieoliver.com Australian City Farms and Community Gardens Network http://communitygarden.org.au American Community Gardening Association http://www.communitygarden.org Soil Association UK http://www.soilassociation.org Garden Organic http://www.gardenorganic.org.uk Grow Organic Food http://www.groworganicfood.info Organic New Zealand http://www.organicnz.org Bio Dynamic Farming and Gardening Association of New Zealand http://www.biodynamic.org.nz The Edible Schoolyard Project http://edibleschoolyard.org Ecology Center, Berkeley CA http://ecologycenter.org Trees for Life http://www.treesforlife.org Echo - Sustainable Hunger Solutions http://www.echonet.org Backyard Farmer Magazine http://www.thebackyardfarmer.com.au
  46. 46. Countryside Magazine http://www.countrysidemag.com Oxfam Australia https://www.oxfam.org.au Builders Without Borders http://builderswithoutborders.org StrawBale Homes Building Guides http://www.strawbale.com For more information, please contact local gardeners and farmers who specialize in: Organic gardening, Permaculture gardening, Biodynamic gardening, Japanese Kyusei Nature gardening - Shizen Nouhou, Biointensive gardening, Heirloom gardening-Heritage Seeds, Lasagna gardening, Square Foot gardening, Vertical gardening, Wall and Fence gardening, Roof Top and Balcony gardening, Indoor gardening with LED Grow Lights and Solatube.com, Micro Greens gardening, Windowsill gardening, Container gardening, African Keyhole gardening, Organic Aquaponics gardening, African Bag Gardens, No Dig gardening, Agroforestry gardening, Israeli Greenhouses Technology for Hot Climates, Organic Hydroponics gardening and Gardening Therapy. Gardening is micro-climate specific. These means that Local Organic Gardeners might know of gardening techniques and resources which are helpful for the location you live in. Keep researching, reading, refining your gardening methods and experimenting with different growing techniques. Organic Gardening technology is changing and improving all the time. Also, as the climate changes, you may need to learn other gardening techniques for various climates. To forget how to dig the earth and tend the soil is to forget ourselves. ~ Mahatma Gandhi AGRICULTURE TOURISM book: The New Agritourism: Hosting Community and Tourists on Your Farm; by Barbara Berst Adams http://librarything.com/work/8198099 http://books.google.com/books?id=xvCBGQAACAAJ http://worldcat.org/oclc/154713899 http://newagritourism.com http://wwoof.org book: Agritourism and nature tourism in California; by Holly George
  47. 47. http://books.google.com/books?id=l0ipQYSTuTsC http://worldcat.org/oclc/68190641 book: Agritourism; by Michal Sznajder http://books.google.com/books?id=Fz7yygAACAAJ http://worldcat.org/oclc/232655994 VOLUNTEER to WORK on ORGANIC FARMS in Europe Cheap way to see Europe http://wwoof.org book: Europe Through the Back Door: The Travel Skills Handbook; by Rick Steves http://librarything.com/work/10549354 http://books.google.com/books?id=lTCpFszJc5sC http://worldcat.org/oclc/707253662 CO-OPERATIVE Games http://familypastimes.com game: Harvest Time book: Student-Designed Games; by Peter A. Hastie http://books.google.com/books?id=dZzRrg49nBAC book: Coach Wooden's Pyramid of Success: Building Blocks For a Better Life; by John Wooden http://librarything.com/work/303206 http://books.google.com/books?id=tu23SID_8WwC http://worldcat.org/oclc/57366457 Every day help someone who can never reciprocate. This is my obligation. ~ John Wooden's PHILOSOPHY The great UCLA basketball coach book: Coach Wooden, The 7 Principles that Shaped His Life and Will Change Yours; by Pat Williams http://librarything.com/work/10917754 http://books.google.com/books?id=_Ae6QAyCpHYC http://worldcat.org/oclc/613427203 Those who bring Sunshine into the lives of others cannot keep it from themselves.
  48. 48. Please Plant a Row for the Hungry. Thank YOU! http://scribd.com/doc/106198571 http://calameo.com/books/0016559193ed6f7456ca7 Every day help someone who can never reciprocate. This is my obligation. ~ John Wooden's PHILOSOPHY The great UCLA basketball coach Luke 10:29 Isaiah 1:19 Free Gardening Posters - Please download this PDF file and share this PDF file with friends. Thank You. http://scribd.com/doc/97134992 http://calameo.com/books/001167014a35d45c3816c
  49. 49. Please Email this PDF File to friends and others who are concerned about our children's future and our grandchildren's future. ~ Thank you for all of your help Praise God ~ Be Thankful ~ Forgive ~ Receive the Blessings ~ Give God the Glory ~ Be a Blessing to Others ~ Pray Continuously Jesus Loves You ~

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