Shalom is one of the most beautiful words in existence. It literally
means “nothing missing, nothing broken.”1 It also means to be completely
whole in every way. Shalom is perfect peace.2
Our Lord Jesus is the Prince of Shalom. (Isa. 9:6.) His greatest
desire for you is that you live in health, prosperity, joy, and absolute
fulfillment in every area of your life. If even a small part of your life is
lacking any part of these, He feels it. You must realize that your Lord
loves you with a perfect love. He cherishes every breath you take.
Th is book can help you think about your personality in terms that have proven relevance to
the world of work. You’ll learn about the personality types that many psychologists and career
development practitioners use to describe people and jobs. You’ll take a quick assessment to help
you clarify your dominant personality type. Th en you’ll dig into a gold mine of facts about the
jobs that are the best fi t for your personality type—and that are the best for other reasons, too,
such as their wages and job openings.
We report initial results on the relatively novel task of automatic classiﬁcation of author personality. Using a corpus of personal weblogs, or ‘blogs’, we investigate the accuracy that can be achieved when classifying authors on four important personality traits. We explore both binary and multiple classiﬁcation, using differing sets of n-gram features. Results are promising for all four traits examined.
The author assumes, he must assume, a personal interest on the part of those who take up this volume, for it is
the fourth and closing number of a series of autobiographic chronicles dealing with a group of migratory
families among which the Garlands, my father's people, and the McClintocks, my mother's relations, are
The sequencing of the human genome has generated excitement about
the potential of genomic innovations to improve medical care, preventive and
community health services, and public health. Until fairly recently, genetic
information was used primarily in the diagnosis of relatively rare genetic diseases,
such as cystic fibrosis and Huntington’s Disease, but a transformation
in the use of genetic and genomic information is under way.
Genetic markers of increased risk for such chronic diseases as diabetes
and coronary artery disease have been identified.
The objective of medicine is to address people’s unavoidable
needs for emotional and physical healing. The discipline has
evolved over millennia by drawing on the religious beliefs and
social structures of numerous indigenous peoples, by exploit-
ing natural products in their environments, and more recently
by developing and validating therapeutic and preventive
approaches using the scientific method.
Cosmetics promise beauty, clothes signal lifestyle – even a wholemeal bread roll stands for a philosophy today. Long gone are the days when merchandise was bought just to meet needs. Shopping today is an emotional activity, a stimulating recreational experience. And lighting helps shape that experience. In a modern retail store, lighting performs a dual function: it helps busy shoppers quickly get their bearings and creates a myriad of inspirational environments packed with ideas for the shopper’s personal lifestyle.
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This book is about the promises and failures of community mental health. It is also about
hope and recovery. During the past 50 years, the treatment of persons with serious mental
illness has undergone a radical transformation. Significant advances in research and the
influence of a growing consumer advocacy movement are forcefully shaping a brave new
world in community mental health. At the same time, tremendous suffering persists for
those afflicted by serious mental illness.
In the course of researching and writing this book, I have been blessed
with abundant help. Arthur McEvoy has been a personal and scholarly
model for more than a decade, and it is to him that I owe the greatest
thanks for anything that is creative in this project. Whenever recommending
one of his favorite books or his foolproof model for writing, he
often promised me, “This will change your life.” My studies with him
Toxicogenomics, the study of how genomes respond to exposure to toxi-
cants, may ultimately hold the promise of detecting changes in the expres-
sion of a person's genes if he or she is exposed to these toxicants. As the
technology rapidly develops, it is critical that scientists and the public
communicate about the promises and limitations of this new field. Commu-
nicating technical information to the public about a developing science can
be challenging, particularly when the applications of that science are not yet
."Promise yourself to be so strong that nothing can disturb your peace of mind. To talk health, happiness, and prosperity to every person you meet. To make all your friends feel that there is something in them. To look at the sunny side of everything and make your optimism come true. To think only of the best, to work only for the best and expect only the best. To be enthusiastic about the success of others as you are about your own. To forget the mistakes of the past and press on to greater achievements of the future. To wear...
The recognition that osteoporosis is a huge public health problem came
recently, but it rapidly stimulated the emergence of a major new province in
biology and medicine. Professional meetings devoted to bone metabolism
and metabolic bone disorders have blossomed, new journals have emerged,
and the pioneering careers of dedicated early investigators have inspired the
vigor of a new generation of scientists.
Programs that can assist in the creation or automatically create trip diaries and stories will considerably
increase use, especially for future viewers who have no idea of the content. For example, a fishing trip
diary with a timeline, animated maps and annotations is substantially more valuable to us and our progeny
than a collection of unlabelled photos in a labeled folder.
New capture devices vastly broaden the nature of personal recording.
Though it is probable that for a long time to come the mass of mankind in civilized countries will find it both
necessary and advantageous to labor for wages, and to accept the condition of hired laborers (or, as it has
absurdly become the fashion to say, employees), every thoughtful and kind-hearted person must regard with
interest any device or plan which promises to enable at least the more intelligent, enterprising, and determined
part of those who are not capitalists to become such, and to cease to labor for hire....
Jules Hoffmann made his pioneering discovery in 1996, when he and his co-workers
investigated how fruit flies combat infections. They had access to flies with mutations in
several different genes including Toll, a gene previously found to be involved in embryonal
development by Christiane Nüsslein-Volhard (Nobel Prize 1995). When Hoffmann infected
his fruit flies with bacteria or fungi, he discovered that Toll mutants died because they could
not mount an effective defense.
Few published data are available on the financial costs of
TM in low- and middle-income countries. The data presented
here on the use of traditional healers are extracted from the
World Bank’s living standards surveys in Vietnam to provide
one nationally representative snapshot of the situation. Of
28,254 individuals in the sample, 10,033 had consulted a health
care provider in the four weeks preceding the survey. These
consultations included both home visits and visits to a
We describe an algorithm for a novel task: disambiguating the pronoun you in conversation. You can be generic or referential; ﬁnding referential you is important for tasks such as addressee identiﬁcation or extracting ‘owners’ of action items. Our classiﬁer achieves 84% accuracy in two-person conversations; an initial study shows promising performance even on more complex multi-party meetings.