How to Be Sick: A Buddhist-Inspired Guide for the Chronically Ill and their Caregivers – Toni Bernhard

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how to be sickHow to Be Sick: A Buddhist-Inspired Guide for the Chronically Ill and Their Caregivers by Toni Bernhard is brimful of tools and ideas to help those who are chronically ill deal with their (new) reality.

While I’m not a Buddhist (more of an Atheist), and you don’t have to be to learn from Bernhard’s valuable experience.

“You are going to be okay,” in these circumstances, means “Things are uncomfortable now, but you will get well. You will be better.” But it doesn’t always happen that way.
This is a book for people who will not be their old self again and for all those for whom, at least now, getting better isn’t possible. This is a book that most reassuringly says even to those people, “You, too, are going to be okay – even if you never recover your health!”

How to Be Sick is “how to live a…

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Julian Lennon ‘Through The Picture Window’ App Available Now

Julian Lennon is on a roll. He has released new music (after 15 years!), produced more of his photography and is now unveiling a ground-breaking App that will showcase his latest work in an audio, film and visual interactive format. The now available Julian Lennon App is priced at $11.99 on iTunes and is available in all formats (Apple, Android, Windows and Kindle Fire).

The App revolves around a feature-length documentary titled, Through The Picture Window, that explores  Julian as an artist and his life. It was filmed by award winning film-maker Dick Carruthers (Oasis, Led Zeppelin, The Killers, Aerosmith). Click here for a sneak peek at the documentary, which also has exclusive interviews from Bono, Steven Tyler and the man himself, Julian Lennon.

The App features:
* Through The Picture Window the feature length documentary.
* The visual album: Julian’s latest album Everything Changes in bespoke videos for…

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