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Finding The Lotus Within From The Slum To The World Stage kululu Atsiaya
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Kululu Atsiaya was born in Nairobi Kenya, in East Africa. In this autobiography, Kululu takes the reader through his life against all odds; spending his entire childhood and teenage in a harsh slum on the outskirts of Nairobi, his fight with himself and his environment in an effort to defeat the ever beckoning hand into the world of theft and other crime that was the path of choice for the ‘successful’ men and women of his neighbourhood. It is also an account of how an individual judged as deficient in learning capacity rises to graduate from a university; in spite of himself. In a manner that is a mix of anecdotes of an African urban childhood and an honest account of his life, Kululu ...
No Gurus Came Knocking Molly Lannon Kenny
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ISBN: 9781682730546
Part memoir, part creative non-fiction, part study guide, this essay collection from one of America’s most beloved yoga teachers will instruct and inspire readers from all backgrounds and all levels of experience.
Pain, Passion, Purpose: Memoirs of Prophetess Andrea Andrea Prophetess
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This Books Contains Real Life Experiences written as the Memoir of Prophetess Andrea, a Prophet, Dreamer and Seer. Anointed and Called BY God as talked about in the bible and now in this first Self Published Series.
Taxation by Misrepresentation John W. Benson
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Uncle Sam Doesn’t Want You to Know that Income Taxes Are Voluntary for Most Americans! The thesis of this book by John W. Benson is that the US Constitution explicitly disallows a tax on one’s labor, and that the 16th Amendment took “Income” to mean the same thing as used in the Corporation Excise Tax Act of 1909. Current Treasury regulations explicitly state exemptions from “gross income” include “those items of income which are, under the Constitution, not taxable by the Federal Government”, without ever enumerating such. “Taxation by Misrepresentation”, by John W. Benson, is by far the best resource to understanding the true constitutional aspects of our income tax system, as we ...