The Last Relationship Book You’ll Need
In this groundbreaking “manual” about establishing, nurturing, growing, maturing — and, yes, even ending — relationships, the entire process is revisited in an entirely new way. Jim Collister, a much sought-after workshop leader and seminar facilitator, has re-languaged and re-formed ideas about relationships into a workable model that is defined by and relies on Five Universal Principles — Communication, Trust, Legitimacy (respect and dignity), Commitment and Consciousness. Every aspect is addressed, every possibility explored, and the progression of a relationship through its various stages is exposed and investigated in colorful, articulate ways that are easy to read and satisfying to apply. Lots of examples, a personal approach, and even a series of “Guides for Making Relationships Work” that follow many of the book’s information-packed chapters — all contribute to a new understanding and appreciation for the values within every relationship in our busy lives.
The Dolphin Law
The Dolphin Law is a mythology. It tells the story of the bonding of a woman and a dolphin mother in time of crisis. It is about a mother’s love and the willingness to do whatever is needed to protect her child. It is a short story that is a gripping adventure for young children, a lesson to teens about what it means to grow up, and a call to all humans to accept our responsibility to care for our magnificent oceans and all sea life that composes three fourths of the surface of our planet. We are definitely not alone and it will take all of us to survive. The question is – Are dolphins the humans of the sea, or are humans the dolphins of the land? As the old Hawaiian greeting says, “Aloha, May we share the breath of love and welcome.”