Smelling the roses at gaming halls and frolicking in the gardens of the holiday cities add wholesome fun to your casino excursions when you exercise self-restraint and adopt appropriate techniques and winning strategies. All holiday trips entail budgeting and spending money and the same thrust applies to having fun at the casino then you might retain your budgeted fun outlay or even return home happy with gasps of excitement and a little extra cash. How to have fun at the casino with methods for winning based on rounds of real gaming outcomes illustrate various wager options and pitfalls to avoid. With specific techniques and budget strategies you can have fun at the casino without losing your shirt. Do you need help to turn around a compulsive casino gambler? Or do you simply as a precaution want to have a different gambling attitude yourself? You will also increase family bonding when you travel abroad for holidays with diverse cues from the travel anecdotes on what to relish and various simple pleasures to cherish. The chapter 'Right Conduct and Virtual Idols' enlightens you with fresh noble values to your life and invariably reinforce a more wholesome gambling attitude. The reading is also appropriate material for counseling parties because you need to speak the language of gamblers to change their attitude in life. General holiday-travelers too will gain new insights of savoring the side lanes attractions and everyday lives of the communities of the countries they visit.
"Pain in the Offering" is destined to encourage those who struggle with chronic pain or illness. This is not another self-help manual with quick, easy steps to wellness. Yet, it is sure to lift the spirits of those who have had their fill of them. Each chapter is brief, inspiring and enjoyable. The reader can expect "motivational talks" as opposed to a litany of "how to" lectures. Rather than take a dry clinical approach to the topic of pain, Michaels identifies with the reader by sharing his own struggles. As the subtitle suggest, this book is about hoping and coping in a world of hurt. Because of the whimsical style in which it is presented, Pastor Michaels story reaches a diverse audience - even those who don't suffer chronic issues! Pain in the Offering would best be described as a journey, written in similar fashion to Blue Like Jazz. It is touching, humorous, entertaining and honest. Most importantly, Michaels story will change how people think about physical suffering. It is a resource that will surely be recommended by health professionals and ministers alike.
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