Postcards From Spirit

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ISBN: 9781401951535
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Postcards From The Deeper Life A Spiritual Classics Reader

Author: J. Scott Husted
Editor: Lulu.com
ISBN: 0557593786
Size: 17,22 MB
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Postcards From My Walk With God

Author: Carletha Ward
Editor: Redemption Press
ISBN: 1632325330
Size: 14,28 MB
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Our walk with God is a journey of learning who He is and the responsibility that we have to bring glory to Him. As we mature in our walk with God, we learn that a deeper relationship with Jesus Christ is what the Christian experience is all about. "Postcards from My Walk with God" includes twenty-four simple but powerful messages-consider them as one friend sharing her "travels" with another-that provide encouragement and wisdom for navigating the Christian road. You will be challenged to take responsibility in building God's kingdom, and you will spot some of your own experiences and how to learn from them. Personal accountability questions at the end of each chapter allow you to journal your thoughts as you progress. Living the Christian life requires growth and maturity if your faith is to survive in these times, and it can be difficult to know where to look for encouragement. That's where "Postcards from My Walk with God" comes in. The Lord is sending you these messages to draw you closer to Him. And His word to you today is "You have mail!"

Postcards From Manhattan

Author: George J. Lankevich
Editor: Square One Publishers, Inc.
ISBN: 9780757001017
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The 100 postcards in this set are a guided tour of New York, old and new. Readers will visit a lost New York--where magnificent hotels like the Astor pampered the rich and famous--and see the sights that continue to attract visitors today, from the Empire State Building to the beautiful Central Park. 100 postcards.

Postcards From The Underground

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Editor: City Lights Books
ISBN: 9780872863651
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In 1965, Larry Keenan was asked by the poet and playwright Michael McClure if we would like to photograph a group of his friends. Asking McClure who his friends were, Kennan was astounded when he listed the names that included Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Allen Ginsberg, Bruce Conner, Neal Cassady, and Ken Kesey. He had studied the works of these groundbreaking poets, writers, and artists, and recognized the significance of this opportunity. Twenty-one years old, Keenan spent over a year documenting the last days of the Beat Generation with a borrowed 35mm camera, photographing the Beats in their homes and with their families and friends. His portraits constitute a unique chronology and reportage of this era, and many of these photos have since become iconic images that represent a literary generation. Here, in this book of 20 postcards, is a timeless rendering of the spirit of the Beats. "This slim volume produced by City Lights Publishers offers the reader a taste of Keenan's astounding work in post-card-sized bites: Especially riveting are the shots of Bob Dylan, Michael McClure and Allen Ginsberg taken in the alley behind City Lights Bookstore in 1965, before Dylan's San Francisco show with Robbie Robertson and The Hawks. Also of note is the shot of Neal Cassady in front of the mirror shaving, and the wonderful photo of the late Allen Ginsberg sharing a privatemoment with Dennis Hopper. Keenan's work, always pristine and often over-looked, provides a personal glimpse into the magical cool and troubled heart of the 1960s." --Jacob Aiello,Electric Review Larry Keenan was a recipient of the prized Phelan Award for his fine art photography. He was also an award-winning advertising and corporate photographer who specialized in combining the traditional medium of photography with contemporary digital techniques. His photographs are in museums and private collections throughout the world, and were exhibited in the Whitney Museum's Beat Culture and the New America and the Smithsonian Institute's REBELS: Artists and Poets of the '50s. He died in 2012 at the age of 68.

Postcards From The Edge

Author: Carrie Fisher
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1439108994
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POSTCARDS FROM THE EDGE Carrie Fisher is "one of our most painfully hilarious correspondents from the edge of sanity," said Vanity Fair about the author of this classic novel of men, drugs and alcohol, heartbreak and recovery...Hollywood-style. As timely today as when it was first published, Postcards from the Edge is "a wickedly shrewd black-humor riff on the horrors of rehab and the hollows of Hollywood life" (People) -- a witty, vivid, and all-too-revealing look at the dangers and delights of our addictions.

Postcards From Rainbow S End

Author: R. Buddy Murphy
Editor: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1449092500
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A captivating journey of life, misadventures and survival through the eyes of Lane Webster. The flashbacks are riviting and exciting, the pages almost turn on their own! It starts with a blast of demonic energy & just keeps going and going until the last page has been turned. A good and easy read that keeps you begging for more. Lane Webster... What a guy, and the colourful characters he meets on the journey provide a tale that must be told and must be heard. I dare you to try and put it down. Go ahead... Try.

Postcards From Heaven

Author: Bobby John Richard, Jr.
Editor: Lulu.com
ISBN: 1300601892
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Postcards From China

Author: Sandra Slavin
Editor: Virtualbookworm Publishing
ISBN: 9781589394858
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This book is a compilation of humorous emails written to family and friends during the author's two years living in China. They moved to China in August 2000 hoping to escape the hectic lifestyle of living in San Francisco and allow their adopted Chinese daughter an opportunity to learn the language and culture of her birth country. This book chronicles their life and provides an intimate look into what it is like to live in China as an American family. It reveals how it affected the building of an identity for their Chinese-American daughter. The author writes about the numerous friends they made among the Chinese people from Glenn, their housekeeper, to the couple who sold tofu in the market. She describes shopping at the local market, ordering in local restaurants, and describes how the local Chinese live and work. This book describes their life, full of curiosities and adventures. Learn why Chinese men grow long their fifth finger nail, how to avoid disaster when traveling to Mongolia, how to cross the street, and the difficulties in purchasing and getting an egg from market to home. After reading the book you may be inspired to try your own adventure.

Postcards From Santa Claus

Author: Robert C. Hoffman
Editor: Square One Publishers, Inc.
ISBN: 9780757001055
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These unique full-color books capture the events and emotions of times gone by through beautiful postcard images, personal messages, and captivating text. Each book is designed to bring alive not only the sights of the last century, but also the sentiments—whether those of a young actress telling her family that she's landed a job with Rudy Vallee's revue, or of an army corporal letting his friend know that he'll be discharged by Christmas 1941. Perfect as mementos, pictorial histories, and gifts, the Postcards From . . . Series transports you back in time, allowing you to explore the events, places, and people that have enriched our country and our culture.