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"A sort of highly-gifted one" is an autobiographical testimony that narrates all my life, my course of "highly-gifted" (diagnosed in early childhood).
"A sort of highly-gifted one" because I am a kind of highly-gifted, representative and at the same time singular.
Everything is told under the psychological aspect, without self-censorship, always with the subjective look of who I was at each moment. I have conceived this book as a long version of the lectures that I give regularly, like in the opening of the "Surdouessence" symposias that I organize. Surdouessence is also an association that I created for the accompaniment of the highly-gifted people.
The book is available at…Continue
Posted on September 2, 2018 at 3:20pm
Amsterdam, the Netherlands (May 17, 2018) – For tourists and natives seeking a truly unique and unforgettable experience, climb aboard Dakota Classic Airlines’ historic DC-3 Dakota plane and tour the Netherlands from 1,000 feet (300 meters) above the land.
Dakota Classic Airlines (DDA) is a non-profit, dynamic museum with more than 100 volunteers that has matured into a full airline. The main goal of DDA is to stimulate the interest in historic aviation and to make it accessible to the public through exciting flights throughout the year.
After a 36-year…
Posted on May 17, 2018 at 10:21am
Tracy L. Markley has been working and studying in the fitness industry for over 20 years. She is the owner of Tracy's Personal Training Fitness, Pilates & Yoga Studio. Previously, in Huntington Beach California for 17 years and re-located to Oregon in 2013. She is a Certified Health Fitness Specialist, Personal Trainer, Dance & Group Exercise Leader, Fitness & Nutrition, Biomechanics Specialist, AFAA Group Exercise Examiner, BOSU Master Trainer, FiTOUR Pro-Trainer, as well as a Pilates and Yoga Instructor. In November 2017, She published her first book, "The Stroke of an Artist" The Journey of a Fitness Trainer and a Stroke Survivor. Her work and book has been Nationally Recognized. Her second book, "Tipping Toward Balance" A Fitness Trainer's Guide to…Continue
Posted on April 29, 2018 at 9:30am — 1 Comment
Carol Margaret Tetlow is a fairly recently retired family doctor who now has the time to live life to the full, write, play tennis, walk dogs and train donkeys and ponies. Coming from a medical background, it is no surprise that her novels are based in family medicine. But people love medical matters. So, set against a backdrop of everyday life in a medical centre, add in some good characters, personal dilemmas and a soupcon of romance and hopefully…. what’s not to like?
Out of Practice tells the story of one of the doctors and how she has to cope when her professional and personal lives fall apart simultaneously.
Faith Hope and Clarity tells the…Continue
Posted on June 2, 2016 at 10:38am
Jo M. Sekimonyo can be best described as a realist, a philosopher of socioeconomic inequality, a humanitarian, and a person that is not afraid to speak his own mind.
Through “Cast Away: For These Reasons: Economic Jihad” he challenges mankind to wake up and realize that evil exists and is taking place right around them. Unless we wake up and change the way we are living our lives, our existence is one that is in danger of being destroyed” (Midwest Book Review).
Here the interview:
What are your pet peeves?…Continue
Posted on May 8, 2016 at 7:24am
Closed military zone, the island of Kheo in the Indian Ocean, is the “holiday place” Jérôme, a young French chose to pass a few days of leave. Expecting to meet natives living from picking and fishing, he will discover a whole different reality: a strange black community cut from the world, a black mark on a red flag, infrastructures ravaged by fire, earthmovers abandoned, men, women and children dressed with the same uniform, bunkers, nuclear waste...
What is happening? Who are these people and what are they doing? Is what Jérôme will try to discover...
[Complot à Khéo, translated from French by Caroline Andreea Zgortea]…Continue
Posted on August 13, 2015 at 7:16am