Cuando su padre abandona a María para irse con su nueva novia, María y su amiga Pauline deciden dejar Inglaterra y viajar a España con la intención de comenzar una nueva vida allí, pero pronto ella se encuentra sola, sin dinero y al borde de quedarse sin hogar.
So, what do you do with a shattered dream? Or an unmet expectation? How do you accept your Plan B when God doesn’t show up the way you thought he would?
In his book Plan B, Pete Wilson showed how God often does His best work in our most hopeless situations. In this DVD-based study, Pete shows you how to take the ideas in the Plan B book and appy them to your life.
With powerful real-life stories of disappointments and tragedy along with biblical stories and teaching, the Putting Plan B Into Action Participant's Guide will lead you and your small group through the process of discovering the Plan B for your life, accepting your story, and embracing it as your reality. This is your chance to share with and embrace a community of believers to begin a journey of real healing and change.
He is also:Master ICI Integral Coach Trainer and Master Coach Trainer for the International Association of Coaching Institutes (ICI), headquartered in Germany.International Master Coach Trainer, certified by the Human Coaching Network (HCN) NLP Master Trainer, certified by the International Association of NLP-Institutes (IN) and by the International Community of NLP (ICNLP).Master Developmental Coach and Consultant, certified by IDM. Business Coach, certified by the Worldwide Association of Business Coaches (WABC). WABC Full Member, Worldwide Association of Business Coaches (WABC).Professor of Clinical Hypnosis and Advanced Hypnotherapy, certified by the International Hypnosis Association, LLC (IHA).Mentor Trainer, certified by Coaching and Mentoring International (CMI).Has a Degree in Electronic Engineering – Escola Mauá, IMT São Paulo, Brazil.Creator of the Magazine ICIMAG. Founder and Managing Director of Inpact S.A. since 1985.Founding member of the Human Coaching Network (HCN).President of the Chilean Coaching Association and Mentoring (ACCM, Asociación Chilena de Coaching y Mentoring). Director of the Chilean Hypnosis Society (sOhi, Sociedad Chilena de Hipnosis) and the Chilean Association for NLP (ANLP).Member of the Chilean Institute of Engineers.Member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (I.E.E.E.) of the U.S.A.Member of the Systems, Man and Cybernetics Society and the I.E.E.E Society on Social Implications of Technology.International speaker at conferences, seminars and forums in Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico Panama, Peru, Portugal and Venezuela.Honorary member of the Asociación de Hipnoterapia de Nuevo León A.C.
In this haunting novel about two young vatos, author Sergio Elizondo eulogizes Óscar Balboa and Valentín Rodríguez, who are sixteen and nineteen respectively when they are shot and killed by the police in Austin, Texas. On leave from Camp Gary, a youth training facility in nearby San Marcos, the two “strutting icons of Raza manhood worthy of a guitar ballad” are the novel’s principal voices as they lie dying.
In other chapters, óscar remembers traveling north with his parents as a young boy to pick crops and joining farm workers’ protest marches. Songs of all types—symphonic, orchestral and protest—infuse the narrative: “We’ll summon the spirit of a poet so that he can adapt our people’s story through time and set it to music.” Elizondo’s short and tragic novel bears witness to la raza’s struggles for rights, whether in the fields, the work place or on college campuses.
Originally published in Spanish and now available for the first time in English, this classic of Mexican-American literature provides insight into the Chicano civil rights movement of the late 1960s and early 1970s. Muerte en una estrella / Shooting Star is a profoundly disturbing and moving denunciation of bigotry and discrimination.