Sunday, 27 April 2008

100 Promises to My Baby . . .

Leisure Audio Books
100 Promises to My Baby -
Mallika Chopra Self Help / Personal Growth

A lyrical ode to maternal love -- and a universal expression of every mother's hopes and dreams for her child

I promise to love you with no conditions. I promise to try to teach you through example, not words. I promise to help you develop a love for your culture and heritage. I promise to show you that there are infinite possibilities in every moment. I promise to help you see and develop your unique talents. As she eagerly awaited the birth of her first child, Mallika Chopra began to craft a unique gift that would express her profound loving commitment to the baby growing inside of her.

100 Promises to My Baby is that gift -- a covenant with her child that reflected her own deepening awareness of the sacred responsibilities of parenthood. Here the author shares the vows she made to help her child grow up feeling cherished and secure, look at the world with wonder and curiosity, and learn spiritual values that would enrich her own life and contribute to making the world a better place. This audio will inspire listeners to think about their own lives, values, and beliefs, and what they would like to pass on to their children.

4 stars Comments
Excellent audio. If you feel that the baby is not his/her normal self consult your doctor immediately. Either take the baby to the doctor or speak to him over the phone. If you are calling him, write down all the things that you want to ask about. Make a note of all the important phone numbers like your doctor's, health clinic, hospital, a good taxi service and numbers of friends who would be willing to look after older children in an emergency. If you are asked to bring your baby to the hospital at night do so, as it is better to take the baby there than treating him at home.
July 2007 bhattathiri from trivandrum

Friday, 25 April 2008

Culture Code

Culture Code
By Clotaire Rapaille

Internationally revered cultural
anthropologist and marketing expert Clotaire Rapaille reveals for the first time
the techniques he has used to improve profitability and practices for dozens of
Fortune 100 companies. His groundbreaking revelations shed light not just on
business but on the way every human being acts and lives around the world...
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Chariots Of The Gods

Erich von Daniken's "Chariots of the Gods?": Science or Charlatanism?

Erich von Daniken's "Chariots of the Gods?":
Science or Charlatanism?

by Robert Sheaffer

(First published in the "NICAP UFO Investigator", October/November, 1974.)

(en Espanol aqui)

Was God an ancient astronaut? Do centuries-old legends of gods and heroes tell of space travelers who came to earth from distant parts of the Cosmos? Are some of the ruins of antiquity remnants of great airfields, the favored landing sites of extraterrestrial craft?

"Yes!," writes Erich Von Daniken in his runaway bestselling book, "Chariots of the Gods?" This phenomenally successful book is now in its forty-fourth printing, with over four million copies currently in print. Von Daniken's sequels to this book, "Gods from Outer Space" and "The Gold of The Gods" are also selling well, as are flocks of imitations.

The popularity of such a sensational theory should not be surprising. Immanuel Velikovsky created a similar stir almost twenty-five years ago with the publication of his "Worlds in Collision", suggesting that the present state of the solar system can be explained by a series of spectacular cataclysms among the planets. It has been over twenty-seven years since "flying saucers" burst into the public's awareness, and UFOs still continue to generate excitement and controversy. Sensational hypotheses such as these generate such levels of interest that they tend to become self-sustaining, quite apart from the question of whether they are true.

Culled from

Chariots of the Gods? is currently published by Bantam Books, New York. Page numbers refer to Bantam edition.

Erich Von Daniken's Genesis, New York Sunday Times Book Review. March 31 , 1974

National Enquirer, March 17, 1974