The Rotarian

We care about the elderly, many of whom are pushed into the corners of society. Just as Rotarians are united by our concerns, we are also united by our dreams. We dream of a world in which children are loved, healthy, well-nourished, ...





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Established in 1911, The Rotarian is the official magazine of Rotary International and is circulated worldwide. Each issue contains feature articles, columns, and departments about, or of interest to, Rotarians. Seventeen Nobel Prize winners and 19 Pulitzer Prize winners – from Mahatma Ghandi to Kurt Vonnegut Jr. – have written for the magazine.

The Complete Book of Dreams

To harness something is to make it usable in a controlled fashion, so in dreams to be aware of this type of control ... 1 To be dreaming about a harvest indicates that we are going to reap the rewards of previous care we have taken.

Author: Pamela Ball

Publisher: Arcturus Publishing

ISBN: 9781788284523

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit


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The most authoritative and comprehensive book available on dreams and dreaming. Enter the fascinating world of dreams, their mysteries, their meanings: to dream of a bird flying freely represents hopes and aspirations; to dream of winter means a time in life that is not fruitful; to be visited by someone in a dream can mean that there is information, warmth, or love available; to be searching in a dream is an attempt to find an answer to a problem. These are just a few of the 10,000 dream images and interpretations contained in this volume, a book that can bring insight, clarification, and guidance.

Creatures We Dream of Knowing

I told Maradinjaratha in detail what had happened to Denny's father and tried to get him to understand what the family was going through, but he seemed to care about as much about the Hamiltons' problems as a hippopotamus sunning itself ...

Author: Andrew Marr

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 9781450280723

Category: Young Adult Fiction

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Creatures We Dream of Knowing is a compilation of seven heartwarming stories that probe the wonders of creation through the eyes of creatures who ask those they encounter to open their eyes and hearts to their wisdom. When a young boy receives a plea in a dream from a frightened colt with purple diamond eyes, he embarks on an unforgettable adventure that leads him from the warmth of his bed to a dark horse pasture where he must learn to use his hands and his heart to rescue the abandoned foal. As the collection of short stories continues, a band of unique characters will meet a creature from the depths of the ocean previously unknown to humanity; travel into an oriental carpet with the creatures who live in it; discover a butterfly who wants to end a war; share a dragons story; find out what happens when someone rubs a genies bottle with the wrong hand; and perch in the branches of a tree unlike any other. Creatures We Dream of Knowing encourages others to simply imagine what would happen if such beautiful creatures truly existed in our universe.

That Far Land We Dream About

You have your other children to care for. He is old enough to be helping you, ... I had dreams of their older brother helping me take care of them, becoming the man of the family. ... You have that 549 That Far Land We Dream About.

Author: Paul Irion

Publisher: Trafford Publishing

ISBN: 9781426945045

Category: Fiction

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Johann and Marta Weber are two Prussians in the 1850s, frustrated by the lack of opportunity and poor living conditions in their home country. They decide to seek their family's fortune in the New World, leaving everything behind including an infant son too fragile to make the rigorous passage overseas in order to seek a better life for themselves and future generations of the Weber clan. Upon their arrival in America, they find their way to a growing community of Germans and Swedes living along the Ohio River in Indiana. As they begin to settle in to their harsh and unfamiliar circumstances, the Civil War breaks out. Johann joins the Union side, desperate to defend what he now considers to be his home. Tragically, Johann is disabled in battle, which adds to the ever-present difficulty of finding a way to support his family. That Far Land We Dream About tells the tale of immigrants searching for a better way of life. Johann and Marta have much in common with the ancestors of all Americans. It is a story of great adversity, as the Weber family assimilates to a new culture and seeks a happier life within the borders of the land of their dreams.

Answers in the Dark

This explains one reason for the increase in our dream recall, as we navigate a global crisis and see changes around ... the level of care we provide for a child changes as they grow up, we might subconsciously process this as our input ...

Author: Delphi Ellis

Publisher: John Hunt Publishing

ISBN: 9781785356520

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

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The 4am Mystery: that’s an actual thing by the way. Even before a global health crisis took the shape of COVID-19, people around the world were finding themselves sleep deprived, awake in the middle of the night. You might be someone who says, no matter what you do, you just can’t sleep. Sometimes you know why: your thoughts are racing, or a nightmare has startled you into consciousness. Other nights, you might toss and turn and, just as you finally doze off, the alarm blares. This book was written for you. It explores why you’re awake, how you can manage your mind at night, and what might help if it’s your dream content wreaking havoc. Drawing on nearly two decades of therapeutic work, research, and an ancient wisdom proven to helpfully manage the mind, Delphi connects the dots between sleep, dreams and our mental health. She particularly highlights the impact of grief and loss on our well-being, which can ultimately affect the quality of our night-time rest - even if no one has died. Her book guides the reader on a journey to make friends with night-time, learning what the dark might have to offer, to achieve a calmer, healthier, happier life.

Dare to Care

We all love our gardens. Some gardens look like a dream. Many gardens give us a sense of peace.The Garden I speak of relates to an economy we dream of, where our highest ideals are fulfilled. The Garden is the space in which we all work ...

Author: Louis Bohtlingk

Publisher: Cosimo, Inc.

ISBN: 9781616406684

Category: Business & Economics

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Dare to Care, a collection of ideas and initiatives to change finance as we know it, is a platform for global citizens to work together and maneuver through the world economic and financial crisis. The ideas presented within-of changing our mindset from a money-first to a care-first attitude-are meant to stimulate thoughts about our current monetary system and economy and how we truly want them to function. Author Louis B htlingk presents a workable method for us to change the way we think and feel about money, using it instead to support our fellow man, the Earth, and the gifts we all receive through each other and our planet. Dare to Care stresses that with a care-first approach, money can support our efforts to create a better world without greed or fear of going without. B htlingk shares his vision for a love-based economy and a care-first world, using examples of businesses, organizations, communities, and individuals who have made this approach work for them and those they serve. Dare to Care encourages readers to approach finance and economics from a new perspective, one which urges them to reorganize their own approach to money and empowers them to act and achieve a care-first worldview. "In my 25 years as an entrepreneur, there has been a rule to keep one's heart out of business decisions. Dare to Care boldly disrupts this rule with a vision of finance and economics that integrates heart and mind, left and right brain, and weaves hard economic facts with lyrical poetry. It highlights thriving businesses, banks, and non-profits which employ Care-First vs. Money-First as a long overdue pathway to true sustainability for all people of the world." -Leslie Danziger, Co-founder and former Chairman of Solaria Corporation, USA "Louis B htlingk has given us a clear way to create a renewed sense of how to assess the tools we have and our needs. The poetry of Dare to Care is a personal policy that should become the basis of a newly defined economic policy for all. How do we turn it into a new course book for candidates seeking Economic PhD degrees?" -Michaela Walsh, President/Founder of Women's World Banking, USA LOUIS B HTLINGK is a visionary who has worked as a counselor for more than 30 years. With his wife Sandra, he has created multiple platforms with which to address the money issues that individuals and companies experience. Louis is also the creator of the "Meeting the Mystery of Money" workshop, which has been held throughout the U.S., the U.K., and the Netherlands and helps individuals to reorganize their finances and lives with a care-first approach. You can learn more about the work Louis and Sandra do on their website,

The Banished Son

We dream of the spirit ministrants , fanning us with their wings of love , and tempering with their cool celestial plumage the sultriness of a day of care . We dream of the loved ones , whom space severs and distance divides , but whose ...

Author: Caroline Lee Hentz


ISBN: NYPL:33433076065238

Category: American fiction

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Wild Jack Or The Stolen Child and Other Stories

We dream of the spirit ministrants , fanning us with their wings of love , and tempering with their cool celestial plumage the sultriness of a day of care . We dream of the loved ones , whom space severs and distance divides , but whose ...

Author: Caroline Lee Hentz


ISBN: PRNC:32101068178571


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Models and Strategies to Integrate Palliative Care Principles into Care for People with Serious Illness

We dream of an integrated platform where everything happens in one information ecosphere. Dream with me, please?” he asked, in closing. Serving the Dual-Eligible Population: Commonwealth Care Alliance John Loughnane, Commonwealth Care ...

Author: National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine

Publisher: National Academies Press

ISBN: 9780309466110

Category: Medical

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Palliative care is the interdisciplinary specialty focused on improving quality of life for people with serious illness and their families. This interdisciplinary care is provided by doctors, nurses, social workers, chaplains and others who work together with the patient's other doctors to provide an extra layer of support. Such care is appropriate for people at any age and at any stage in a serious illness, and can be provided together with curative treatment to address clinical, emotional, psychosocial and spiritual concerns of the patient and their family. To better understand how the principles of palliative care can be integrated into the overall provision of care and services to those facing serious illness, the Roundtable on Quality Care for People with Serious Illness held a public workshop in April 2017. This publication summarizes the presentations and discussions from the workshop.