“The Multitude of Personalities Made Simple” by A.A. Hadi White

“The Multitude of Personalities Made Simple” by A.A.Hadi White is a revolutionary new approach to correctly categorize personality attributes with time-tested religious resources as the defining backbone. This book is not the birth date-based astrological sign personality chart of the past, but a precise technique that measures multiple factors and combinations to define a person’s true self. The author created eight factors to determine the foundation of a person’s personality. Each of these eight factors has positive and negative traits and other intricate defining elements. … More “The Multitude of Personalities Made Simple” by A.A. Hadi White

“Fragile Minds” by Diane Lane Chambers

“Fragile Minds: An Advocate’s Story” by Diane Lane Chambers sheds light on how our Government’s legislature ties the hands of both families and healthcare facilities trying to help people with serious mental issues. Currently, a person can only be held for seventy-two hours for observation unless the patient themselves signs legal forms requesting care. After that period of time they are released back onto the streets despite being a danger to themselves or others. Ms. Chambers’ forty years of experience as a sign language interpreter has brought her to the front lines of this crisis. It is through her first-hand accounts the reader discovers the revolving door of untreated mental illness and governmental red tape preventing real results.   … More “Fragile Minds” by Diane Lane Chambers

“Einstein: The Man and His Mind” by Gary S. Berger and Michael DiRuggiero

In the first true page of this book: the dedication, the authors and contributors make it clear that this book is dedicated to the memory of Alert Einstein.  Furthermore, they declare on this page that all royalties will be contributed to the Albert Einstein Archives at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. As the authors mention, Einstein’s name is truly synonymous with genius, although not many people truly understand why.  … More “Einstein: The Man and His Mind” by Gary S. Berger and Michael DiRuggiero

“Wisdom: A Very Valuable Virtue That Cannot Be Bought” by Jason A. Merchey

“Wisdom: A Very Valuable Virtue That Cannot Be Bought” is a work of non-fiction suitable for the general reading audience. Penned by philosophical thinker and scholar Jason Merchey, this insightful tapestry opens the reader’s mind to the pursuit of wisdom. … More “Wisdom: A Very Valuable Virtue That Cannot Be Bought” by Jason A. Merchey

“Healthcare Heroes” by Mary Choy, Michele B. Kaufman

“Healthcare Heroes: The Medical Careers Guide,” covers information about 28 different careers in the medical profession. These positions require education ranging from certifications to doctoral degrees. Each career is featured in its own chapter with contributions made by an expert in that field. … More “Healthcare Heroes” by Mary Choy, Michele B. Kaufman

“Is Divine Energy: THE SECRET OF THE LIMITLESS IMMANENT VALUE” by Vipin Gupta

In this book, the 4th in the series, the author focuses on Divine Energy in our Present Reality. The reader will explore Divine Reality from the Atomic, cellular, and spiritual levels dissecting it to understand its DNA and different transformations within the animate and inanimate expressions of divine energy. … More “Is Divine Energy: THE SECRET OF THE LIMITLESS IMMANENT VALUE” by Vipin Gupta

“What is Present Reality” by Vipin Gupta

“What is Present Reality” by Vipin Gupta is the second book in his series, “Discovering the Vastly Integrated Processes Inside Nature.” In this book the author goes in depth into ‘present reality’ by applying the modern scientific concepts on ancient Hindu philosophic and spiritual knowledge utilizing the strategic management methodology. … More “What is Present Reality” by Vipin Gupta

“Understanding the Challenge of NO for Children with Autism” by Colette McNeil

An amazing self-help book that explores what concepts and meanings the word “No” can have in the daily lives of children with Autism. Designed to improve relationships and communication, this little book is packed with real-life scenarios and advice to help lessen the tension and burden of the word “no” for children, parents, caregivers, teachers, counselors, relatives, and other significant people in the child’s world. … More “Understanding the Challenge of NO for Children with Autism” by Colette McNeil