Coaching Websites That Convert – Steve W Davis



Coaching Websites That Convert by Steve W Davis


Diabetes Diet – Storm Wayne


Diabetes is a disease that many people fear because it is believed that once one has developed the disease their lives will change forever. The belief is that certain foods will no longer be consumed, such as delicious sweet treats and junk foods, and that one’s quality of life may be reduced to boiled offerings without salt or other flavourings.

The Pocket Atlas of Moving Body – Mel Cash


This book has always been a part of my education in nutrition and natural therapy related courses. I had to go through everything as a refresher recently. It’s clear and simple. The colour illustrations are so precise that you get a full picture of the human muscular and skeletal system. Highly recommended for anyone who’s studying medicine or any kind of physical therapy, including yoga.

pocket atlas of moving body

A Passage to India – E. M. Forster


Book Description from Goodreads: When Adela Quested and her elderly companion Mrs Moore arrive in the Indian town of Chandrapore, they quickly feel trapped by its insular and prejudiced ‘Anglo-Indian’ community. Determined to escape the parochial English enclave and explore the ‘real India’, they seek the guidance of the charming and mercurial Dr Aziz, a cultivated Indian Muslim. But a mysterious incident occurs while they are exploring the Marabar caves with Aziz, and the well-respected doctor soon finds himself at the centre of a scandal that rouses violent passions among both the British and their Indian subjects. A masterly portrait of a society in the grip of imperialism, A Passage to India compellingly depicts the fate of individuals caught between the great political and cultural conflicts of the modern world.

a passage to india

Child 44 – Tom Rob Smith


child 44

To stand up for someone was to stitch your fate into the lining of theirs.

There’s nothing more stubborn than a fact. That is why you hate them so much. They offend you.

Trust but check. Check on those we trust.

—Isn’t this how it starts? You have a cause you believe in, a cause worth dying for. Soon, it’s a cause worth killing for. Soon, it’s a cause worth killing innocent people for.

The price of this story was the audience’s innocence.

His hate wasn’t professional; it was an obsession, a fixation, as if unrequited love had grown awful, twisted into something ugly.

The survival of their political system justified anything. The promise of a golden age where none of this brutality would exist, where everything would be in plenty and poverty would be a memory, justified anything.

Sentimentality could blind a man to the truth. Those who appear the most trustworthy deserve the most suspicion.

The duty of an investigator was to scratch away at innocence until guilt was uncovered. If no guilt was uncovered then they hadn’t scratched deep enough.

“….a man both handsome and repulsive in equal measure-as if his good looks were plastered over a rotten centre, a hero’s face with a henchman’s heart.

For decades no one had taken action according to what they believed was right or wrong but by what they thought would please their Leader.

Precautionary measure. With those words any deaths could be justified. Better to destroy your own people than there be a chance a German soldier might find a loaf of bread.

We should measure a man by what they’re prepared to do themselves. Not by what they’re prepared to have others do for them.

There was no chance you could be found innocent inside these walls. It was an assembly line of guilt.”

Was the difference merely that Vasili was senselessly cruel while he’d been idealistically cruel? One was an empty, indifferent cruelty while the other was a principled, pretentious cruelty which thought of itself as reasonable and necessary.