A Guide—Ways to Succeed

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Inspiring Voices, Sep 20, 2012 - Poetry - 198 pages
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A Guide—Ways to Succeed is a book of poems written to inspire, motivate, and encourage anyone who wishes to change direction and succeed in life. The poems can be the instruments by which students, parents, teachers, professors, or community leaders can discuss the poems as they apply the principles of everyday living. The guide instructs and explains in poetic form how to respond to different life situations and describes ways to make the right choices.

Suggestions for use of the guide are included, as is “A Prospectus for a School and a Potential Curriculum Designed to ‘Rescue and Keep Youth from Crime.’” A list of possible vocations or careers is included that might help one’s thinking and exploring career advantages. The poems make effective supplementary material for homes, religious institutions, middle and senior high school classrooms, or college instruction.

 

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Contents

Dear Reader
1
To All Young People Everywhere
2
What Interests The Youth
3
Smile
5
When You Were Born
6
When I Was A Child
7
You Are An Individual
8
After Addiction Takes Its Toll
9
Lets Limit Our Time On Computers
84
Teasing
85
The Police
87
Never Make False Accusations
88
Stealing Is Wrong
89
If You Are Addicted
90
Senior Citizens
91
Frustrations Of Youth
93

Know And Appreciate Your Surroundings
10
Looking For Work?
11
A Visit To The Principal By A Fifth Grader
14
Choose Your Friends Wisely
15
Discipline
16
Facts About Cheating
18
We Learn By Example
20
Temper Tantrums
21
Health And Hygiene
23
When You Are Tempted
24
Six Choices Of Allegiance
25
If You Are Asked To Join A Gang
26
Be Careful Of What You Serve Or Drink
27
Driving
28
COOPERATION IS THE KEY
30
A Camp For Youth
31
Theres Beauty In A Good Dance
33
Animals And Pets
34
Be Neat And Orderly
35
A Hungry Child Seeks
37
Food And Nutrition
39
Ways Possibly To Avoid Cancer
40
What Do You Do When No One Is Watching?
41
Be A Good Communicator
42
Let Your Speech Be Clean
43
Keep Yourself On The Right Track
44
Broaden Your Outlook
45
Use Your Time Wisely
46
Say It With Flowers
47
Work Save And Budget
48
Sports
49
The Way To Treat Others
50
Forgiveness
51
Child Molester Laws
52
It Is Better To Wait
53
If We Should Fall In Love
54
When You Wish To Get Married
55
Friendship
56
Love For Our Country
57
The Road To Success
59
Black On Black Crimes
60
Follow Your Dream
61
Our Independence
64
We Celebrate The Birthday Of America
65
A Lesson In Civics
66
You Are Not A Brat
67
Are Some Still Enslaved?
68
Speak The Language
69
Darkness
71
Keep On Keeping On
72
Practice Good Hygiene
73
There Is Much To Learn And Do
74
What Is Etiquette?
75
Vitamins A C And E
77
Cyber Space Bullies
79
Friendships
80
Dont Ever Be A Bully
82
Be Careful Of What You Say
95
Limit Your Time On Television
97
Disabilities
98
Overcoming Tough Times
99
An Abusive Relationship
100
Child Abuse
101
Depression
102
Greed
103
Look Out For Scammers
104
Gambling
106
Safe Havens For Babies Vs Abandonment
108
Learn Good Thoughts While Youre Young
109
Good Thoughts To Live By
110
The Meanings Of Faith
112
Dont Give Up
114
Introduction To Boredom Next Page
116
Boredom
117
As You Become A Man Or Woman
122
You Have Free Will
126
Remember To Say ThankYou
127
Who Are We?
128
Givers And Takers Movers And Shakers
129
When Youre Invited Out To Dine
130
If You Are Enslaved
131
Thanks To Our Troops Past And Present
132
Refuse To Be In A Clique
133
When You Speak
134
Wren There Are Bad Economic Times
135
School Uniforms
136
Refuse To Be A School Dropout
138
When Seeking A Job
139
Plan Your Estate
140
Worship Is A Lifes Deepest Need
141
Have You Ever Tried To Write?
142
Life And Death
144
To Our Youth
145
When I Taught
146
A Word To Parents
148
Reflections On Rearing Children
149
Parents Their Children And Vice
150
After The Supreme Court RulingThe Other Side
151
How Things Have Changed
152
Time Flies
155
Lets Tame Our Tongues
156
Calling NineOneOne
157
Why Read The Newspaper
158
Have A Purpose And A Plan
159
Be Frugal In Your Shopping Habits
160
Its Up To You
161
Be A Success Story
162
When Someone Is Different
163
Never Say Fail
164
Give A Helping Hand
165
In Appreciation
166
A Prospectus For A School And A Potential Curriculum Designed To Rescue Youth From Crime
172
Consider Programs Of Interest At An Early Age
175
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About the author (2012)

MARGARET ROSENBERGER has been writing poetry since she was ten years of age. As a fifth-generation native of Florida, she served for thirty-two years in education and found that when rhythm and rhymes are used in instruction, the information gleaned by the learner is more memorable than that of usual prosaic form.

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