The Truth

The Truth
Author: Neil Strauss
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 421
Release: 2016-05
Genre: Dating (Social customs)
ISBN: 1782110976

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NO MORE GAMES. IT'S TIME FOR THE TRUTH. Neil Strauss made a name for himself advocating freedom, sex and opportunity as the author of The Game. Then he met the woman who forced him to question everything. Neil's search for answers took him from Viagra-laden free-love orgies to sex addiction clinics, from cutting-edge science labs to modern-day harems, and, most terrifying of all, to his own mother. What he discovered changed everything he knew about love, sex, relationships and, ultimately, himself. The Truth may have the same effect on you.

Nothing But the Truth

Nothing But the Truth
Author: Marie Henein
Publsiher: Signal
Total Pages: 289
Release: 2021-09-28
Genre: Biography & Autobiography
ISBN: 9780771039355

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NATIONAL BESTSELLER An intimate and no-holds-barred memoir by Canada's top defence lawyer, Nothing But the Truth weaves Marie Henein's personal story with her strongly held views on society's most pressing issues, legal and otherwise. With Nothing But the Truth, Marie Henein, arguably the most sought-after lawyer in the country, has written a memoir that is at once raw, beautiful, and altogether unforgettable. Her story, as an immigrant from a tightknit Egyptian-Lebanese family, demonstrates the value of strong role models--from her mother and grandmother, to her brilliant uncle Sami who died of AIDS. She learned the value of hard work, being true to herself and others, and unapologetically owning it all. Marie Henein shares here her unvarnished view on the ethical and practical implications of being a criminal lawyer, and how the job is misunderstood and even demonized. Ironically, her most successful cases made her a "lightning rod" in some circles, confirming her belief that much of the public's understanding of the justice system is based on popular culture, and social media, and decidedly not the rule of law. As she turns 50 and struggles with the corrosive effect on women of becoming invisible, Marie doubles down on being even more highly visible and opinionated as she deconstructs, among other things, the otherness of the immigrant experience (Where are you really from?), the pros and cons of being a household name in this country, opening her own boutique law firm, and the likes of Martha Stewart and her commoditization of previously unpaid female labour. Nothing But the Truth is refreshingly unconstrained and surprising--a woman at the top of her game in a male-dominated world.

The Truth about Profiting from Social Networking

The Truth about Profiting from Social Networking
Author: Patrice-Anne Rutledge
Publsiher: FT Press
Total Pages: 207
Release: 2008
Genre: Business & Economics
ISBN: 9780789737885

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Examining the popularity of social networking, this title offers advice on making the most of online connections, social networking strategies, tips for guarding privacy, and a look at the future of social networking, all written in a practical, user-friendly style.

The Truth Is

The Truth Is
Author: NoNieqa Ramos
Publsiher: Carolrhoda Lab ®
Total Pages: 272
Release: 2019-09-03
Genre: Young Adult Fiction
ISBN: 9781541564329

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A powerful exploration of love, identity, and self-worth through the eyes of a fierce, questioning Puerto Rican teen. Fifteen-year-old Verdad doesn't think she has time for love. She's still struggling to process the recent death of her best friend, Blanca; dealing with the high expectations of her hardworking Puerto Rican mother and the absence of her remarried father; and keeping everyone at a distance. But when she meets Danny, a new guy at school—who happens to be trans—all bets are off. Verdad suddenly has to deal with her mother's disapproval of her relationship with Danny as well as her own prejudices and questions about her identity, and Danny himself, who is comfortable in his skin but keeping plenty of other secrets. In her luminous, raw, and open-hearted exploration of identity, grief and first love, NoNieqa Ramos has created an unforgettable character in Verdad. The Truth Is offers a complex look at a brilliant, queer, neurodifferent girl, the mother who loves but doesn't understand her, and a fabulously drawn group of street kids who can't save themselves but just might save her. A brilliantly written breathtaking book. I couldn't put it down! —Michelle Ruiz-Keil, author of All of Us with Wings A brilliant, beautiful, moving story of ecstasy and loss and tragedy and hope, The Truth Is demands to be read. The fast-moving plot bristles with literary and classical references, but the deepest insights—and there are plenty—come from the unforgettable observations and conclusions of its main character, Verdad de la Reyna, an unforgettably brave and complicated heroine who confronts profoundly disturbing, real-world challenges with the help of friends, both present and past. Nonieqa Ramos follows up The Disturbed Girl's Dictionary with another superb novel guaranteed to break the reader's heart before trying to mend it." —Tom Wilinsky and Jen Sternick, authors of Snowsisters NoNieqa Ramos's un-flinching voice and writing style continues to cement her as a force to be reckoned with in the YA world. —Mia García, author of The Resolutions

The Truth

The Truth
Author: John H. Zaugg
Publsiher: Author House
Total Pages: 136
Release: 2013-12
Genre: Political Science
ISBN: 9781491837719

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Each of us has to wake up because we have been rendered so gullible we are headed down a yellow brick path that leads nowhere. The problem isn't what the government is doing in secret, The problem is what it is doing right in front of us, with our consent and with our money By reading this book you will be smarter than your average college professor because you will know how to answer two questions: What kind of people are we and how do we become the best we could be? www.TurningTheLightsBackOn.com

The Truth About Lies

The Truth About Lies
Author: Aja Raden
Publsiher: St. Martin's Press
Total Pages: 320
Release: 2021-05-11
Genre: Social Science
ISBN: 9781250272034

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Why do you believe what you believe? You’ve been lied to. Probably a lot. We’re always stunned when we realize we’ve been deceived. We can’t believe we were fooled: What was I thinking? How could I have believed that? We always wonder why we believed the lie. But have you ever wondered why you believe the truth? People tell you the truth all the time, and you believe them; and if, at some later point, you’re confronted with evidence that the story you believed was indeed true, you never wonder why you believed it in the first place. In this incisive and insightful taxonomy of lies and liars, New York Times bestselling author Aja Raden makes the surprising claim that maybe you should. Buttressed by history, psychology, and science, The Truth About Lies is both an eye-opening primer on con-artistry—from pyramid schemes to shell games, forgery to hoaxes—and also a telescopic view of society through the mechanics of belief: why we lie, why we believe, and how, if at all, the acts differ. Through wild tales of cons and marks, Raden examines not only how lies actually work, but also why they work, from the evolutionary function of deception to what it reveals about our own. In her previous book, Stoned, Raden asked, “What makes a thing valuable?” In The Truth About Lies, she asks “What makes a thing real?” With cutting wit and a deft touch, Raden untangles the relationship of truth to lie, belief to faith, and deception to propaganda. The Truth About Lies will change everything you thought you knew about what you know, and whether you ever really know it.

The Truth Seeker

The Truth Seeker
Author: Scarlet B. Rose
Publsiher: AuthorHouse
Total Pages: 168
Release: 2014-12-22
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 9781496999924

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Siblings Gabrielle and Michael are taken on an adventure of a lifetime as they go in search of artefacts and truth. On their adventure, they meet some very unlikely companions and lifelong friends, as well as foes. Gabrielles journey will take her on a dangerous path, one of self-discovery and pain, love and loss. With a path already chosen for her, can she fight fate and destiny, or will she be doomed by her prophecy?

Accept The Truth

Accept The Truth
Author: John Mario Yeshua García
Publsiher: Lulu Press, Inc
Total Pages: 135
Release: 2021-12-31
Genre: Body, Mind & Spirit
ISBN: 9781716051098

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When I was in search of ‘The Truth’ of life and who I was in that ‘Truth’, it was then that in your own very special and particular ways, you all taught me through your own lives, who Jesus Christ is and the importance that it is to know Him and to be known by Him.

Speaking the Truth about Oneself

Speaking the Truth about Oneself
Author: Michel Foucault
Publsiher: University of Chicago Press
Total Pages: 304
Release: 2021
Genre: Philosophy
ISBN: 9780226616865

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"Speaking the Truth about Oneself is composed of lectures that acclaimed French philosopher Michel Foucault delivered in 1982 at the University of Toronto. As is characteristic of his later work, he is concerned here with the care and cultivation of the self, which becomes the central theme of the second and third volumes of his famous History of Sexuality, published in French in 1984, the month of his death, and which are explored here in a striking and typically illuminating fashion. Throughout his career, Foucault had always been interested in the question of how constellations of knowledge and power produce and constitute subjects. But in the last phase of his life, he became especially interested not only in how subjects are constituted by outside forces but in how they constitute themselves. In this lecture series and accompanying seminar, we find Foucault focused on antiquity, starting with classical Greece, the early Roman dynasties, and concluding with fourth- and fifth-century Christian monasticism. Foucault's claim is that, in these periods, we see the development of a new kind of act-"speaking the truth" (about oneself)-as the locus of a new form of subjectivity, which he deemed important not just for historical reasons but also as something modernity could harness anew or adapt to its own purposes"--

You Deserve the Truth

You Deserve the Truth
Author: Erica Williams Simon
Publsiher: Simon and Schuster
Total Pages: 256
Release: 2019-05-07
Genre: Self-Help
ISBN: 9781501163265

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From a millennial media maker and award-winning social critic, an accessible, straightforward, and remarkable guide that “invites us beyond the old stories we’ve told about ourselves, and into the wonder of our dreams, hopes, and love—so we can find our truth and purpose” (Glennon Doyle, New York Times bestselling author) for a generation paralyzed by the pressures of life. Behind the glossy Instagram pictures, many people in their 20s and 30s are living frustrating lives: overwhelmed and confused, anxious and inauthentic, exhausted and afraid. They are leading lives that, unbeknownst to them, have been shaped by everyone but themselves. From social media to the workplace, the stories that they have believed have left them constantly seeking a better life but rarely ever finding it. Erica Williams Simon saw this all too well. At 27, she abruptly walked away from her career as a rising political media star to find her own truth and a truth that would help others finally build a life worth living. She rejected the lies that the world had taught her, and rewrote the ideas that have the power to shape a generation. You Deserve the Truth is a “refreshingly blunt take on happiness” (Publishers Weekly) and is a masterclass in how to challenge the narratives about fear, work, identity, success, love, and life. This “smart and all too real guidebook for anyone striving to craft an authentic and inspired life from the ground up” (Franchesca Ramsey, host of MTV’s Decoded) gives you the tools you need in order to break free from the narratives holding you back from starting an exciting new phase in a beautiful life.

The Truth with jokes

The Truth  with jokes
Author: Al Franken
Publsiher: Penguin
Total Pages: 384
Release: 2005-10-25
Genre: Humor
ISBN: 9781101213339

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The #1 New York Times bestseller by Senator Al Franken, author of Giant of the Senate Senator Al Franken’s landmark bestseller, Lies (And the Lying Liars Who Tell Them): A Fair and Balanced Look at the Right, was praised as a “bitterly funny assault” (The New York Times) that rang “with the moral clarity of an angel’s trumpet” (The Associated Press). Now, this master of political humor strikes again with a powerful and provocative message for all of us. In these pages, Senator Franken reveals the alarming story of how: • Bush (barely) beat Kerry with his campaign of “fear, smear, and queers,” and then claimed a nonexistent mandate. • “Casino Jack” Abramoff, the Republicans’ nearest and dearest friend, made millions of dollars off of the unspeakable misery of the poor and the powerless. And, also, Native Americans. • The administration successfully implemented its strategy to destroy America’s credibility and goodwill around the world. Complete with new material for this paperback edition, The Truth (with jokes) is more than just entertaining, intelligent, and insightful. It is at once prescient in its analysis of right-wing mendacity and incompetence, and inspiring in its vision of a better tomorrow for all Americans (except Jack Abramoff).

Crossing Borders for the Truth

Crossing Borders for the Truth
Author: William R. Charlesworth
Publsiher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
Total Pages: 120
Release: 2008-08-15
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 9781498275750

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The time is post-World War II; the place is the United States and sporadically several "at-risk" foreign countries. The story is about a young scientist, Richard, who believes that the origins of violence and warfare can be found in the early life experiences of individuals. To test this belief, Richard insists he must have firsthand research experience, which means traveling to foreign countries to observe local populations under stress and to study their children. In the process, he meets many intriguing people and inadvertently gets entangled in a potentially dangerous espionage operation. William Charlesworth has created a story embodying two problems: on epistemological, the other biobehavioral. The first is the problem of acquiring the truth of something firsthand as a valid substitute for learning though potentially unreliable intermediaries such as the popular media. The second problem is the question of whether the origins of violence lie in normal resource competition between individuals rather than in some form of innate human pathology. While conducting research to deal with these problems, Charlesworth's scientist encounters individuals whose survival behavior challenges the value of posing both problems.

Open the Door to the Truth

Open the Door to the Truth
Author: Michael Porter
Publsiher: Dorrance Publishing
Total Pages: 158
Release: 2021-09-21
Genre: Business & Economics
ISBN: 9781639370788

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Open the Door to the Truth By: Michael Porter It’s not always easy to know what you want, let alone how to get it. When a young couple, Jack and Diane, are offered the opportunity to learn the truth behind getting the things you desire, they learn there’s a reason for everything; that small, financially responsible decisions add up; and hard work pays off in the end. Learn the secrets of success in getting what you want through the real-life scenarios presented in Open the Door to the Truth. Finally, it’s time to take action, take control of your life, and start getting what you want.

Will Somebody Please Stand Up and Tell My People THE TRUTH

Will Somebody Please Stand Up and Tell My People THE TRUTH
Author: Sammie Madison
Publsiher: Christian Faith Publishing, Inc.
Total Pages: 164
Release: 2019-12-17
Genre: Political Science
ISBN: 9781644928943

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Since the death of Martin Luther King, Jr., it seems that we as black Americans have lost our way; we, as did the Hebrew Israelites, have been wandering in the "wilderness of sin and debauchery" for forty-plus years and have not been able to enter into the Promised Land. We have followed blind guides who have led us wandering in the wilderness. We have followed self-proclaimed black leaders whose leadership have been marred by deception, dishonesty, egotism, and a lack of integrity. For several years now, I have wrestled and agonized with the disturbing notion "Will somebody please stand up and tell my people the truth?" We have sabotaged our own selves and are losing the race; thusly, we have been detoured from entering the Promised Land. Sammie L. Madison

The Truth and Other Stories

The Truth and Other Stories
Author: Stanislaw Lem
Publsiher: MIT Press
Total Pages: 344
Release: 2021-09-14
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 9780262046084

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Twelve stories by science fiction master Stanisław Lem, nine of them never before published in English. Of these twelve short stories by science fiction master Stanisław Lem, only three have previously appeared in English, making this the first "new" book of fiction by Lem since the late 1980s. The stories display the full range of Lem's intense curiosity about scientific ideas as well as his sardonic approach to human nature, presenting as multifarious a collection of mad scientists as any reader could wish for. Many of these stories feature artificial intelligences or artificial life forms, long a Lem preoccupation; some feature quite insane theories of cosmology or evolution. All are thought provoking and scathingly funny. Written from 1956 to 1993, the stories are arranged in chronological order. In the title story, "The Truth," a scientist in an insane asylum theorizes that the sun is alive; "The Journal" appears to be an account by an omnipotent being describing the creation of infinite universes--until, in a classic Lem twist, it turns out to be no such thing; in "An Enigma," beings debate whether offspring can be created without advanced degrees and design templates. Other stories feature a computer that can predict the future by 137 seconds, matter-destroying spores, a hunt in which the prey is a robot, and an electronic brain eager to go on the lam. These stories are peak Lem, exploring ideas and themes that resonate throughout his writing.