By Nanci Hartland
Illustrated by Mariah Grace
Some of the Best Stories of Adventure, Challenges and Advice - EVER!
How to Love, Work, Play, Travel and Embrace Life as never before...
This is more than a book... It is a journey; a Life Plan to follow...
'Remarkable Giraffes' contains my personal story and my African Journal as well as my photographs and Mariah Grace's charming illustrations.
Twelve compelling stories of remarkable people with a "Stick My Neck Out Giraffe Personality" I met along the way. A motley
and colorful collection of musings about God, money, the family circus, this crazy thing called LOVE and the pursuit of happiness. I'm happy
to have set adrift an ark for a few of my animals.
"Circumstance may give you the life you have at twenty...
It is then up to you to dream, dare, create and then celebrate
the life you have at twenty-one and beyond..." ~ Nanci Hartland
Carolle Jean-Murat, M.D. who left a small poor village
in Haiti at the age of 19 determined to become one of
the world's top surgeons and Gynecologists. For the
past 15 years has returned to her native island to offer free surgery to women with Fistula through her non- profit. Now more than ever Haiti needs what she has to offer.
Find Out How... Between 1989 and 2003, a second violent war devastated the West African country of Liberia. Civilians were the casualties of the clashes between President Charles Taylor’s army of rebels and corrupt warlords; thousands of children were conscripted as soldiers, thousands of women raped. Over 250,000 were killed in the violence and more than a million people displaced from their homes.
Then discover... Leymah
Gbowee; winner of the 2011 Nobel Peace Prize, gathered thousands of
courageous, determined Christian and Muslim women together to pray, chant and sing in the midst of Liberia's bloody 17 year Civil War, took on a corrupt President and violent warlords and won peace for their children and their shattered country. Real power need not always flow from the barrel of a gun.
Part of this tragedy is these courageous women's story barely got any news coverage. The world was too busy watching the bombing in Iraq.
“Pray the Devil Back
to Hell” by filmmakers Abigail E. Disney and Gini Reticker documents the actions of these brave women. The film is worth
seeing and is available at forkfilms.net/pray-the-devil-back-to-hell
Learn from... J.D. Mumma, a drop-out and homeless man, how he over came his circumstances to create The Human Excellence University and coaches and teaches throughout the world.
Most people have this innate sense of our humanity and want to make our world a better place...
This unique book has a little wit, wisdom, whimsy and 35 thought-provoking questions that will inspire you to
create a lasting family keepsake or a private journal of your life so
far. Perhaps it will spark a personal memoir that captures first dates,
lifelong friendships, meaningful stories and the pearls of wisdom
you've gathered along the way. You may begin to recognize and write down a few of your defining moments and be in touch with your talents, gifts and where your heart wants to lead you for future adventures to write home about.
Responding to these questions from a deep place in your heart can give you a
new quality of life and a new path to happiness. Whatever it took to
get you where you are today, it is not enough to keep you there.
© 2008-2015 Nanci Hartland