Olivia's lemonade stand is losing customers to the competition . . . Francine! Olivia decides it's time to rethink the lemonade stand concept and turns hers into a full-scale backyard restaurant. Olivia and Francine decide there are enough thirsty customers out there for everyone-they just have to work together!
An Atheist till the age of 27, I came to know the Lord. Everyone can see the stores and restaurants are open 7 Days a week which prompted a study of what the Bible said about the Lord's Day. A preacher observed that the nations that kept the Lord's Day had freedom, and the nations that didn't lost their freedom, making it an important issue of our day. This important commandment is a sign and a measure of a nation's Godly or ungodly condition. Stores open seven days a week demonstrate an increasing selfishness and carelessness on the part of the church. What Pharaoh did with Israel long ago is becoming the rule for today. Money is becoming more important than God or man. In the Old Testament, we see God judging the heathen nations by the second table of the Law: Thou shalt not kill; Thou shalt not steal, etc. When it came to the children of Israel, the final straw stemmed from two basic reasons: idolatry and not keeping the Sabbath. At one point they were in bondage for seventy years so the land could get its Sabbaths.
The author takes you through his journey of becoming a Restaurant owner and Chef. He details how to start the process, do the research and build the knowledge needed to feel confident enough to take the first steps with straight forward time proven procedures that kept his first restaurant going for more than 12 years. He talks about mistakes as well. This is a must read for all people who have heard from family and friends, "You should open a restaurant" and have seriously thought about it!
Learn from an eleven year veteran why working in restaurants can be one of the most stressful and unrewarding jobs you can have. The author covers everything from bad customers to corporate politics.
In a lively and subversive analysis, psychologist John Lambie explains how to see another person's point of view while remaining critical - in other words how to be 'critically open-minded'. Using entertaining examples from history and psychology, Lambie explores the implications of critical open-mindedness for scientific and moral progress.
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