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Poroyu myi sovershaem postupki, kotoryie dolgo sebe ne mozhem prostit.Vspominaya ih, vyi ispyityivaete styid, obidu, strah, nedovolstvo soboy. Prokruchivaya sluchivsheesya snova i snova, myi pyitaemsya zabyit, opravdat, pereigrat, vyidumat drugoy variant razvitiya sobyitiy. No deystvitelnoe reshenie i osvobozhdenie ot gruza proshlogo lezhit v prinyatii sebya i svoih deystviy. Eta audiokniga pomozhet vam:- spravitsya s tyazhYolyimi vospominaniyami;- prinyat i prostit sebya;- vosstanovitsya posle silnogo stressa;- pererabotat svoy negativnyiy opyit.Otkroytes nastoyaschemu i buduschemu i budte schastlivyimi uzhe segodnya! Please note: This audiobook is in Russian. 1. Russian. Mihail Reymarov. http://samples.audible.de/bk/zaot/000396/bk_zaot_000396_sample.mp3.
It is important to relax physically, emotionally, and mentally. It is due to relaxation that we can accept and process information, to learn new useful skills, and to find solutions to problems. Listening to this audiobook, you will: Learn useful psychological relaxation techniques Improve your condition Change the attitude concerning past events and yourself Learn how to positively perceive the present Be able to attract more fun and enjoyment, success, and harmony in your life! Developing your ability to relax - the development of your freedom. Performing exercises regularly, you will change its state for the better and uncover your true potential. Please Note: This audiobook is in Russian. 1. Russian. Mihail Reymarov. http://samples.audible.de/bk/zaot/000390/bk_zaot_000390_sample.mp3.
He walks with me through every day of my life, in that unsteady, faltering gait that so embarrassed me when I was a boy. Always, he is holding fast to the upper part of my right arm. As we make our way together, my father - I called him Daddy when I was small, because it sounded so American and that is how he so desperately wanted things to seem - is speaking in the idiosyncratic rhythms of a self-constructed English. So Sherwin Nuland introduces Meyer Nudelman, his father, a man whose presence continues to haunt Nuland to this day. Meyer Nudelman came to America from Russia at the turn of the 20th century, when he was 19. Pursuing the immigrant´s dream of a better life but finding the opposite, he lived an endless round of frustration, despair, anger, and loss: overwhelmed by the premature deaths of his first son and wife; his oldest surviving son disabled by rheumatic fever in his teens; his youngest son, Sherwin, dutiful but defiant, caring for him as his life, beset by illness and fierce bitterness, wound to its unalterable end. Lost in America is equally revealing about the author himself. We see what it cost him to admit the inextricable ties between father and son and to accept the burden of his father´s legacy. In Lost in America, Sherwin Nuland has written a memoir at once timeless and universal. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Sherwin B. Nuland. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/rand/000259/bk_rand_000259_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Dostoevsky’s Underground Man is a composite of the tormented clerk and the frustrated dreamer of his earlier stories, but his Notes from the Underground is a precursor of his great later novels and their central concern with the nature of free will. Initially musing on his ´´sickness” and the detested notion of self-interest, the maladjusted and willful Underground Man turns to a series of incidents from years earlier. Scornful of others and of himself, he recounts a party he attended at which, unwelcome, he got drunk and acted scandalously, the visit to a brothel that ensued, and the chance arrival there of love—love which, of course, by his very nature he cannot accept, and so debases. Russian novelist Fyodor Dostoevsky is one of the greatest, most influential prose writers of all time. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Ken Kliban. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/003508/bk_adbl_003508_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
This biographical story is written in the first person about a boy named Robika who becomes a child opera star in Budapest, Hungary, in 1938. Robika is a commoner and has a secret love affair with Gabriella, a ballerina and the daughter of an aristocrat. Their relationship is forbidden, but in spite of it, their affair becomes steamy. Four years later, Gabriella and her family move to Sweden to avoid Hitler?s approaching army. As the German Army closes in, Robika is forced out of the opera and is drafted unarmed into the Hungarian Army. Feeling vulnerable, he volunteers to cook for a troop that digs ditches to slow down the oncoming Russians. Fortunately, his ten years of Boy Scout training comes in handy. He is caught in a cross fire between the Germans and the Russians but manages to escape on numerous occasions. Thousands flee for Austria, but Robika and his buddies maneuver their way home. As World War II continues, he is called once more to serve in active duty. Being armed this time, he goes through several life-threatening ordeals but always manages to escape. He is captured by the Russians, but cleverly, Robika convinces the Russian officer in charge to release him. Eastern Europe is taken over by the Russians, and wanting no part of it, Robika goes to work for the American embassy and becomes a secret spy for them. Aware he?s being followed by Russian secret police, he keeps a secret love affair, though living a luxurious but dangerous lifestyle. Against his will, Robika is drafted into the new Russian Red Army. Four years later, he?s arrested as an enemy spy. He is interrogated, beaten, starved, and imprisoned for a full year. Interrogations continue, worsening with each one. At the final one, he is given a death sentence. On the day of his hanging, he is surprisingly taken away and given amnesty. However, he endures an additional six years as a political prisoner. His inmates consist of politicians in high office as well as Christian monarchs. They all endure torture, starvation, and many of the men die off one by one. The Soviets offer to release Robika, provided he is willing to return to work at the American embassy as a secret spy for the Russians. He accepts their offer and becomes a double agent, only to give his Soviet contact useless information because his heart lies with the Americans. The Hungarian Revolution goes into full force as he hides in the shadows then reports his findings of the Soviet?s plans to the officials at the American embassy. Robika begs the Americans to help him out of the country and away from communist Eastern Europe. They offer him a transfer to the American embassy in Vienna, and he agrees. They also provide him with papers and a US army uniform. Now needing additional help of the Soviets, he devises a plan and talks to his Soviet contact about helping him out of Hungary. They agree, provided he keeps them informed about the American?s doings. Robika?s Soviet contact brings him to the Austrian border in the dark of the night, where he is released on the edge of a field. He walks away, expecting to be shot in the back, but much to his surprise, the car drives away. Once over the border, he thanks God for sparing his life and kisses the ground. End. A sequel for the second part of this story is waiting for publishing as well.
Betrayed in a foreign land, one woman desperately attempts to return home in the sequel to Autumn Rain. Never thought to be particularly pretty, Englishwoman Katherine Winsteady is flattered and overwhelmed by the attentions of the Russian Count Alexei Volsky and his sister Galena. When the Count proposes marriage, Kate thinks her dreams have come true, and readily accepts. Isolated in the Count’s frozen Russian estate, Kate quickly learns she is pregnant with the Count’s child. The celebration is short lived as Kate discovers with horror her part in an elaborate plot for an heir, and the true relationship between the Count and his sister. Driven to flee in the Russian winter, Kate turns to the rakish Viscount Townsend, a family friend who has been hiding in Russia while contemplating his return to England. After bearing such a dark betrayal, will Kate’s heart ever feel warmth again? 1. Language: English. Narrator: Rosalind Ashford. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/019465/bk_adbl_019465_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.