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Life is a journey full of ups and downs, inside-outs, and unexpected detours. There are times when we think we know exactly where we want to be headed, and other times when we are so lost we don't even know where we are. Rooted in the teachings of Kabbalah, this book provides readers with a passport of sorts to help them through any obstacles along their path of self-refinement, reflection, and self-transformation. Excerpts Transform Your Life For most of us, other people define who we are, and we are left to fill in the details. That is to say that for the most part, other people choose the context of our life, and we choose the content. ... But there is another way to live. You can create a life and identity for yourself wherein you are empowered to choose both your context and your content. -------------------------------------- Prayer An interesting thing about prayer is that if you want to make your prayers more meaningful, you have to surrender all 'understandings' about prayer. This means that when you pray, you should pray like a child. You can be very complex and interesting when you are trying to understand things, but that should all be prior to the actual act of prayer. Once you pray, there should simplicity. -------------------------------------- Purpose When you only think about the larger picture, it is sometimes hard to see where your life is headed. In Kabbalistic terminology, your life's meaning is like the Light. Then there are things and situations in your life that are the vessels for this great Light. Certain events or experiences in life seem purposeless. When this happens, you are perceiving more of the vessel of a situation. Everything has both an aspect of light (meaning, purpose, connection) and an aspect of vessel (lack of meaning, purposelessness, separation).
The Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) was developed for all undergraduate nursing programmes, with the aim of emphasising the need for nursing students to be competent in clinical skills, to assess clinical reasoning skills and as a means of standardizing the assessment process.
This practical, easy to read and interactive study guide helps nursing and midwifery students at all levels to maximise their chances of success with OSCEs. It features case studies, quick quizzes, recap and recall summaries and an OSCE preparation plan; all of which help to prepare the student for the examination. Hints and tips on what to expect during the examination and pointers on what the examiner will be looking for, together with a comprehensive chapter on personal learning will help to guide the student through the process and maximise their chances of success!
"Very readable with useful tips and information for students" Cath Hill, Keele University"I found the book extremely relevant from the students' perspective, reader friendly and well structured. Quizzes and activities excellent." - Liz Day, Senior Lecturer, Nursing and Health Care Practice, University of Derby
"A useful and easily digested text on this important assessment strategy", Ms. Karen Lumsden, Faculty of Nursing and Applied Clinical Studies, Canterbury Christchurch University
"Useful for students as they prepare... Easy to read and understand."
Text and bird's-eye-view illustrations portray a busy day in a city, including activities at a school, an apartment building, a theater, and a museum. Includes related activities.
Don't keep a written password book is the usual advice and you should follow it. However it is so convenient to have your passwords close at hand that we are tempted to keep one anyway. How about a Secret Password Book? This clever journal offers you the way to write down your passwords in a manner that only you can read, the formula shown is simple and has unlimited different and impenetrable passwords to keep your information safe and secure. The cover is also part of the secret, it is plain and does not shout 'here are all my passwords'. Be simple be secure. These days we have passwords for so many things, websites, memberships, social sites, games plus the really secret ones such as banks, Paypal, phones and other very private accounts. There are of course online ways to keep your passwords but somehow we still reach for a pen as it is quicker and easier to record and find them in a notebook. We are told to use a different password for each site but I suspect that most of us are afraid of not being able to remember them and so we use a favorite one over and over. Of course that offers hackers a wide open gate to your privacy once they have managed to crack one site, they have them all and some websites have far less security than others. This simple Secret Password Book formula shows you how to overcome the risks and you can still enjoy the speed and ease of keeping a written password journal. You won't run out of passwords and neither will you be worried about having lots of them and not remembering them. There are spaces for over 200 passwords with room to record notes, changes and reminders. There are also several pages for you to write non secret things to remember easily such as phone numbers, bank account names etc. So keep your Secret Password Book to hand and enjoy the security of knowing that only you can unlock those personal passwords. Consider buying two, keep one in a safe place in clear text for relatives if anything happened to you.
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