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Another Window Without A Light
Title : Another Window Without A Light
Author : Wayne King Livingston
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Total pages: 116 pages
ANOTHER WINDOW WITHOUT A LIGHT Another house that is not a home. Reposing on a lush Irish lawn and free of any direction, my mind rests. High above I see clearly as I peer deep into a typical soft and rosy afternoon’s sky. No longer do I soar at forty-one thousand feet or so, emitting a set of frosty contrails, no more do I fly out of somewhere like London to New York on business. Those lacy traces above my life now are etchings wavering high and signs of all-too familiar sky engravings usually observable by blokes on the ground who might longingly wish to be up there as a birdman. No, with me now, it is hands on hips with feet or body planted firmly on Irish soil and sorting out another day on the Head. It is Toe Head, the then center of my universe. Looking beyond the frosty stratospheric doodles and out to the west, icy winds that had formed recently are now raging incessantly down from a frigid arctic basin, located far to the North and are booming my way, covering the furthermost tip of Toe Head called Koch’s Bluff. The promontory sits about a rocky mile from my ocean-side cottage and is always the brunt of weather that can be seen coming for miles. Soon the blasts would of necessity snuffle out my balmy breezes that normally made my day in life on the Head, my world in Ireland. They are feckless. The blustering gales reek of ancient sea life and kelp that the frenetic ocean currents stir up from a temporarily unsettled bottom of a normally placid bay. I had spent an entire life aloft it seems,battling such effects as these that mother nature threw at me and others who suffered the same ilk. Looking seaward, the surface of Toe Head Bay this day mirrored the mottling of its normally glassy gleam as the flotsam of the bottom greenery rose in anger at the stirring of its usually equable bed. The hasty winds would be here in but moments and I might retreat to my toasty hearth that simmers with the umber-looking wonder called peat. The treasured fuel had lain mostly untouched for a millennia or two until the people of the bogs came to find respite from the fierce tribes on the European continent, some few thousand years ago. They had appropriated land of little use and made do with the silty ponds and marshes that would have been rejected by any less resolute than the bog habitants would. There were names for the hearty that lived in the watery moors. Names such as Firbolgs or the ancient Druids. Once hearty trees such as the Oak, lined the rocky promontories and pastures that rimmed our Head, but many deprivations eroded the once staunch sentinels and now have been consumed by centuries of hearth fires,countless roof spines and a myriad of cottage doors worn down by large families ghosted repeatedly by famine and poor times. Now the Icelandic winds drive straight in to me, wresting up any objects let loose by careless abandon. Not withstanding mother earth’s foibles, life was simple here,politics having freed Ireland to go its own way in 1922. www.waynekinglivingston.com
Get a Life Without the Strife
Title : Get a Life Without the Strife
Author : Fred Littauer,Florence Littauer
Publisher: Thomas Nelson Publishers
Total pages: 279 pages
Filled with revealing self-tests, which have been used in the Littauers' seminars for years, this book helps readers identify the root causes of emotional problems and offers guidance for healing. Covers topics such as personality problems, troubled relationships, poor communication, rejection, and childhood traumas.
Life Without Strife
Title : Life Without Strife
Author : Joyce Meyer
Publisher: Charisma Media
Total pages: 213 pages
With bestselling author Joyce Meyer, readers can discover: why strife destroys churches, how to disagree agreeably, the answer to strife between parents and children, how strife affects the anointing, how to forgive in difficult situations, and how spiritual power is released through unity and harmony.
Living Life Without Strife
Title : Living Life Without Strife
Author : Ashish Raichur
Publisher: All Peoples Church
Total pages: 41 pages
There is strife everywhere—in the family, at the workplace, in ministry, in church and so on—and it eats away at human relationships. There is probably no facet of life left untouched by this cancerous thing called strife. So what IS strife? It is division, quarrel, hatred, ill feeling, contention, enmity or factions between people. The objectives of this book are to: • Understand what causes strife, • Study the negative effects that strife has in our lives and • Learn how to keep strife out of our lives.
Jesus Christ: The Way Yet Unknown: Religion Without Reason -
Title : Jesus Christ: The Way Yet Unknown: Religion Without Reason -
Author : Uche Ephraim Chuku
Total pages: 120 pages
Jesus Christ is a well-known, worldwide figure and is synonymous with human salvation. Yet the man himself has largely remained undiscovered. While he means different things to different people, only very few understand his true nature. The Jews see him as their own brother but believe he was a false messiah. The Muslims regard him as a renegade prophet of Yahweh and a messiah without a definite portfolio. Customary Christians, who consider themselves Jesus's only disciples, believe he is the true Messiah, Savior of the world, and head of their church. Author Uche Ephraim Chuku contends that Jesus Christ was, in fact, not a prophet or a Jew, and he was not the founder of Christianity. Jesus Christ: The Way Yet Unknown reveals the true Messiah and his heavenly mission in the world for the benefit of those who truly seek spiritual salvation in his name.
Flying Without Wings
Title : Flying Without Wings
Author : Rishabh Puri
Publisher: Harper Collins
Total pages: 200 pages
For Milli Bajwa, life is at a stand-still. Grounded in the Chandigarh airport where she works day after day, she watches flights leaving for destinations she knows she'll never visit. Loveless and luckless, she would rather bury her nose in a book than face her grim reality. And then, on a whim, she swipes right on a new dating app, and finds the man of her dreams - someone who can sweep her off her feet and teach her how to fly. But the mysterious and charming Karan Singhania has secrets of his own, and a heart damaged in more ways than one. This is the story of two people about to find out how far they're willing to go for the promise of true love.
How to be Happy without Money, Drugs or Alcohol
Title : How to be Happy without Money, Drugs or Alcohol
Author : Angel Lim
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Total pages: 108 pages
This book is designed to be short and sweet so that everyone can read through it quickly and remember the principles easily and quickly so as to be able to apply them in their daily lives. How many times have you bought a book but left it on the shelf because it has way too many pages? I myself have bought two bookcases of books, many of which were left unread. This book is designed for you to be able to finish reading quickly so everyone can start applying these basic principles of happiness. When read thoroughly, these principles can be comprehended quickly. When applied, they can be very effective in serving their purpose. It is my joy and my hope that everyone will apply these principles and help each other and everyone around them lead a happy, loving, and blessed life. This book is an antidote for bottled-up anger, suppressed depression, and stifled expression of one's emotions. It is the ultimate solution that I hope will be much more effective and better than any drug or any gun-control measures (even though that is necessary too), far better than any depression pills one can take. It solves the root of the problem from the inside out, clearing bottled-up anger, uncontrollable depression, and stifled emotions. It is a very effective solution to marital problems in prevention of a pending divorce and as a secret to a happy family. These principles, when applied to our daily lives, could be the ultimate solutions for our social problems that cost the society much more money and lives than one can even think of. Without them, we are all robbing ourselves of the joy of livelihood, the ultimate living in this happy world. If applied, this world could be a much happier place to live in the ultimate goal for everyone, the rich and the everyday person who is always striving to succeed. If applied, we will not be wasting our money and time on taking drugs or drinking alcohol just to drown our sorrows so we can feel better for that small moment of time drugs and alcohol can bring. My antidote is natural and free; it will save you a lot of money and bring you a lot of happiness in many years to come. Joy and happiness will soon be a part of your family life and part of your daily living so that not many can comprehend how one can even achieve this kind of happiness without money, drugs, or alcohol. This book brings everlasting joy and happiness from the inside out, hence helping to solve our social problems such as gun killings, murder due to anger, suicides caused by depression, and also marital problems and divorces.
202 High Paying Jobs You Can Land Without a College Degree
Title : 202 High Paying Jobs You Can Land Without a College Degree
Author : Jason R. Rich
Publisher: Entrepreneur Press
Total pages: 321 pages
THE FIRST STEP TO A DYNAMIC CAREER You have something in common with Bill Gates, Michael Dell and Ted Turner: None of them graduated from college. If they can make it, you can, too! Don’t settle for a minimum-wage job just because you’re not a college graduate. Try one of these 202 high-paying options. They’re more than jobs—they’re careers. This book helps you: • Define your interests and skills, and figure out what job is perfect for you • Impress recruiters by perfecting resumes, cover letters, applications and interview skills • Choose from 202 opportunities that lead to high income and long-term financial stability • Get the inside scoop on salary ranges, career paths, working conditions and job responsibilities for each opportunity Avoid dead-end jobs. Find the career that’s right for you, and start your new life today!
A Diary Without Dates
Title : A Diary Without Dates
Author : Enid Bagnold
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Total pages: 102 pages
"But in a hospital one has never time, one is never sure. He has perhaps been here long enough to learn that-to feel the insecurity, the impermanency. At any moment he may be forced to disappear into the secondary stage of convalescent homes. Yes, the impermanency of life in a hospital! An everlasting dislocation of combinations. Like nuns, one must learn to do with no nearer friend than God. Bolts, in the shape of sudden, whimsical orders, are flung by an Almighty whom one does not see.[...]."
A Diary Without Dates, and the Happy Foreigner
Title : A Diary Without Dates, and the Happy Foreigner
Author : Enid Bagnold
Total pages: 250 pages
Enid Bagnold served first as a nurse and then as driver in the First World War. She writes frankly about these experiences in "A Diary without Dates" and "The Happy Foreigner." She is best known for her novel "National Velvet."
A Diary Without Dates - Scholar's Choice Edition
Title : A Diary Without Dates - Scholar's Choice Edition
Author : Enid Bagnold
Publisher: Scholar's Choice
Total pages: 164 pages
This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it. This work was reproduced from the original artifact, and remains as true to the original work as possible. Therefore, you will see the original copyright references, library stamps (as most of these works have been housed in our most important libraries around the world), and other notations in the work. This work is in the public domain in the United States of America, and possibly other nations. Within the United States, you may freely copy and distribute this work, as no entity (individual or corporate) has a copyright on the body of the work.As a reproduction of a historical artifact, this work may contain missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. Scholars believe, and we concur, that this work is important enough to be preserved, reproduced, and made generally available to the public. We appreciate your support of the preservation process, and thank you for being an important part of keeping this knowledge alive and relevant.
A Short Hebrew Grammar without Points
Title : A Short Hebrew Grammar without Points
Author : Samuel Sharpe
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
Total pages: 66 pages
Pray Without Ceasing
Title : Pray Without Ceasing
Author : Fabio Giardini
Publisher: Gracewing Publishing
Total pages: 426 pages
Meeting Without Knowing It
Title : Meeting Without Knowing It
Author : Alexander Bubb
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Total pages: 256 pages
Meeting Without Knowing It compares Rudyard Kipling and W.B. Yeats in the formative phase of their careers, from their births in 1865 up to 1903. The argument consists of parallel readings wed to a biographic structure. Reading the two poets in parallel often yields remarkable discursive echoes. For example, both men were similarly preoccupied with the visual arts, with heroism, with folklore, balladry and the demotic voice. Both struck vatic postures, and made bids for public authority premised on an appeal to what they considered the 'mythopoeic' impulse in fin de siècle culture. My methodology consists in identifying these mutual echoes in their poetry and political rhetoric, before charting them against intersections in their lives. Kipling and Yeats were, for much of their careers, irreconcilable political enemies. However, a cross-reading of the two poets' bardic ambitions, heroic tropes and interpretations of history reveals that, to achieve their opposed political ends, they frequently partook of a common discourse. Supplementing this analysis with biographical context, we can trace these shared concerns to their late 19th century artistic upbringing, and to the closely linked social circles which they inhabited in fin de siècle London. It is, in fact, their very mutuality during the 1890s which lent rancour to their ideological division after the Boer War. In turn, acrimony and denunciation only served to bind together all the more intimately, in an argumentative spiral of revolving discourses, two men who were often proximate but who actually met only in cartoons and satirical gossip.
Not without My Child
Title : Not without My Child
Author : Rebecca Winters
Total pages: 304 pages
SHOWCASE "Rebecca Winters is a master storyteller whose characters touch your heart." —Bonnie K. Winn TESSA MARSDEN. Her marriage was a mistake; her son, Scotty, was not. She loves her child with all her heart and soul. She's tried hard to make the marriage work, but this is a marriage that can't be saved. She knows now that she has to get out—before it completely destroys her and her husband, Grant. But when she files for divorce, Grant—for reasons of his own, reasons she doesn't understand—demands full custody of Scotty. Tessa can't live with that. She can't live without her child. ALEX SOMMERFIELD. He's the lawyer handling her divorce. He defies all the rules by falling love with his client. But he's determined not to put her custody case or her happiness at risk…. "Rebecca Winters is a sterling storyteller whose heroes and heroines make you believe all the warm, wonderful things love can be." —Betina Lindsey, author of The Swan Bride trilogy
Title : Without Amen
Author : K.T. Clown
Publisher: Page Publishing Inc
Total pages: 118 pages
May 4 of this year marked the forty-sixth anniversary of the Kent State Massacre. On May 4, 1970, four students were shot and killed, and eight were wounded by the Ohio National Guard. The students were demonstrating against the expansion of the Vietnam War in Cambodia. The guardsmen were under orders to take cover and return fire on the unarmed students. The guardsmen said there was a sniper, and the students said there wasn’t one. So after a full-minute volley of rifle fire, four unarmed students lay dead in their own blood. Yet to my knowledge, there was no mention of that anniversary on any media. How on God’s green earth are we supposed to learn from our history if we aren’t aware of it? Kissy remembers because he wants to. He believes that where we are going should be in the shadow of where we have been. Kissy doesn’t think we should be told how to think. Without Amen is an honest approach to life through the eyes of a clown—where this country has been and where Kissy has been. His views are not for light reading and usually not politically correct. His insight into family, friends, and his faith in God are offensive to some and important to others. I have learned much from Kissy’s unique approach to life. You might agree with him, or you might not. He just hopes you will be less afraid to think outside of the box.
The Future Without a Past
Title : The Future Without a Past
Author : John Paul Russo
Publisher: University of Missouri Press
Total pages: 313 pages
"Argues that technological imperatives like rationalization, universalism, monism, and autonomy have transformed the humanities and altered the relation between humans and nature. Examines technology and its impact on education, historical memory, and technological and literary values in criticism and theory, concluding with an analysis of the fiction of Don DeLillo"--Provided by publisher.
Conviction Without Compromise
Title : Conviction Without Compromise
Author : Norman Geisler,Ron Rhodes
Publisher: Harvest House Publishers
Total pages: 394 pages
From the earliest days of the church, Christians have struggled with questions related to unity and the handling of doctrinal differences. In this book you'll find clear guidance from Scripture about the doctrines on which it's essential for Christians to agree, and the doctrines on which believers can graciously agree to disagree. This landmark resource will equip you to take an uncompromising stand on the essentials of the faith while promoting love and unity among true believers. Book jacket.
100 Progressive Studies without Octaves, Op. 139
Title : 100 Progressive Studies without Octaves, Op. 139
Author : Carl Czerny,Maurice Hinson
Publisher: Alfred Music
Total pages: 72 pages
Op. 139 begins with an easy level of pieces and gradually increases to a moderately difficult level. Some of the technical devices in these pieces include: right-hand melody with left-hand accompaniment; diatonic and chromatic scalar and arpeggio figurations; syncopated melodies and trills. Many of the studies can be transposed into other keys and practiced at varied tempos.
Chinese American Literature without Borders
Title : Chinese American Literature without Borders
Author : King-Kok Cheung
Total pages: 326 pages
This book bridges comparative literature and American studies by using an intercultural and bilingual approach to Chinese American literature. King-Kok Cheung launches a new transnational exchange by examining both Chinese and Chinese American writers. Part 1 presents alternative forms of masculinity that transcend conventional associations of valor with aggression. It examines gender refashioning in light of the Chinese dyadic ideal of wen-wu (verbal arts and martial arts), while redefining both in the process. Part 2 highlights the writers’ formal innovations by presenting alternative autobiography, theory, metafiction, and translation. In doing so, Cheung puts in relief the literary experiments of the writers, who interweave hybrid poetics with two-pronged geopolitical critiques. The writers examined provide a reflexive lens through which transpacific audiences are beckoned to view the “other” country and to look homeward without blinders.