The Gift Of A Garden

Autore: Beverley Nichols
Editore: W.H. Allen
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The Gift Of A Garden

Autore: Alice Taylor
Editore: The O'Brien Press
ISBN: 1847176151
Grandezza: 60,55 MB
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A book of wisdom and life. Welcome to Alice Taylor’s garden: ‘Just inside the gate, hand-painted on a rickety piece of timber, is a little sign: Miracles only grow where you plant them. I saw it in a garden centre and could not resist it. This garden is full of my lack of resistance. I have no in-depth gardening knowledge and I work on impulse. ‘My gardening expertise, acquired through trial and error, is nurtured by the unbelievable pleasure that I have discovered in simply digging the earth. Where does that satisfaction come from? Maybe buried deep in each of us is the secret need to cultivate the soil. Digging the earth breathes life back into us.’ A reflective and uplifting account by Alice Taylor of her love of nature and gardening.

Gift From The Garden

Autore: Bernie DuBois
Editore: Trellis Publishing
ISBN: 9781930650268
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A gentle book that compares various plants to stages in a woman's life, exploring issues of life and belonging. Women of all ages can relate to how we change and grow with our various roles, but adds a contemporary twist. DuBois' style combines deeply serious yet comic moments, and helps readers move to a new understanding of building their own lives.

The Gift

Autore: Judith Anne Dellosso
Editore: eBookIt.com
ISBN: 1456622102
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This book started as a single poem by Judith Anne Dellosso to proclaim her spirituality and dedication to the Lord. As inspiration struck, Judith began writing more poems. She would always share her poems with friends. However, it took some encouragement from those same friends to finally get her to compile these materials into a book form. As you read through these beautiful poems, you will discover the deep faith, loyalty and bond Judith feels towards the Lord. The joy spoken in these poems makes it difficult to believe that someone who has endured the suffering and setbacks that Judith has experienced wrote them. Although the poems speak of worship and happiness, Judith has not always enjoyed the "charmed" life she expounds in her poetry. It is her faith, naivete, generosity and warmth, which make her poetry so beautiful. As you read, you will begin to know some of the happiness Judith feels by simply being close to the Lord. Judith is a woman who will give up her supper to make sure I have food. She gives freely of herself every day of the year—not just on holidays. Because she is so special to me, I volunteered to do the layout and typesetting of the poems. This short statement about the author is "My Gift" to Judith—a one-of-a-kind woman who honors me by calling me "friend". Enjoy!

An Old Testament Theology

Autore: Bruce K. Waltke
Editore: Zondervan
ISBN: 0310863325
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The Old Testament is more than a religious history of the nation of Israel. It is more than a portrait gallery of heroes of the faith. It is even more than a theological and prophetic backdrop to the New Testament. Beyond these, the Old Testament is inspired revelation of the very nature, character, and works of God. As renowned Old Testament scholar Bruce Waltke writes in the preface of this book, the Old Testament’s every sentence is “fraught with theology, worthy of reflection.” This book is the result of decades of reflection informed by an extensive knowledge of the Hebrew language, the best of critical scholarship, a deep understanding of both the content and spirit of the Old Testament, and a thoroughly evangelical conviction. Taking a narrative, chronological approach to the text, Waltke employs rhetorical criticism to illuminate the theologies of the biblical narrators. Through careful study, he shows that the unifying theme of the Old Testament is the “breaking in of the kingdom of God.” This theme helps the reader better understand not only the Old Testament, but also the New Testament, the continuity of the entire Bible, and ultimately, God himself.

The Gift Of A Man

Autore: DAVID E. OCHAI
Editore: DAVID ECHEWOFUN OCHAI
ISBN: 1092187812
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Every human being has the seed of greatness in the inside of him and greatness in life is not by chance but a conscious thing that is brought to line light through the force diligence and determination. One of the platforms through which God materializes our greatness is through the gift He has deposited in us. Those who fly high in life are those who have discovered, developed and put to work the gift of God in their lives. In this book David Ochai shares great secretes that will help you unfold the great potentials that are resident within you and how you can use your gift to advance to the place of greatness in life. In this book you will discover and understand: The true meaning of a gift How to discover your gifts How to deal with the errors that hinders people from fully maximizing their gifts How to develop your gifts How to become relevant through your gift in life Your uniqueness and how to utilize it in order to become astounding.

The Gift Of Adversity

Autore: Norman E Rosenthal MD
Editore: Penguin
ISBN: 110161305X
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Now in paperback—this acclaimed book from Norman Rosenthal, the New York Times–bestselling author and research psychiatrist, shows how life’s disappointments and difficulties provide us with the lessons we need to become happier and more resilient human beings. Winner of the 2014 Nautilus Award represents “Better Books for a Better World”—the Silver Award in the category of Heroic Journeys. Adversity is an irreducible fact of life. Although we can and should learn from all experiences, both positive and negative, bestselling author Dr. Norman E. Rosenthal, believes that adversity is by far the best teacher most of us will ever encounter. Whether the adversity one experiences is the result of poor decision-making, a desire to test one’s mettle, or plain bad luck, Rosenthal believes life’s most important lessons—from the value of family to the importance of occasionally cutting corners—can be best learned from it. Running counter to society’s current prevailing message that “excellence” must always be aspired to, and failure or mistakes of any sort are to be avoided at all costs, Rosenthal shows that engaging with our own failures and defeats is one of the only ways we are able to live authentic and meaningful lives, and that each different type of adversity carries its own challenges and has the potential to yield its own form of wisdom. Using stories from his own life—including his childhood in apartheid-era South Africa, his years after suffering a violent attack from a stranger, and his career as a psychiatrist—as well as case studies and discussions with well-known figures like Viktor Frankl and David Lynch, Rosenthal shows that true innovation, emotional resilience, wisdom, and dignity can only come from confronting and understanding the adversity we have experienced. Even when life is hardest, there are meanings to be found, riches to be harvested, and gifts that can last a lifetime. Rosenthal illustrates his message through a series of compact, memorable chapters, each one drawn from episodes in the lives of his patients, colleagues, or himself, and concluded with a take-away maxim on the lesson learned.

The Gift Of Choice

Autore: Consuelo R. Jackson
Editore: TEACH Services, Inc.
ISBN: 9781572582460
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Come to the group of islands poetically dubbed as the "Pearl of the Orient Seas," where in the early 1900s, American missionaries found fertile hearts for the Gospel seed to grow.This two-in-one book chronicles the beginning and the growth of the Adventist work in the Phillippines, focusing on the lives of Leon Z. Roda and Alfonso P. Roda, father-and-son. Read their poignant and romantic lives and find the re-enactment of the great controversy between Christ and Satan.Written in novel style, it portrays the father-and-son passion for the literary arts--music, poetry, the Scriptures, and the inspired writings of Ellen G. White. May the reader find not only comfort but entertainment and inspiration as well from its pages.

The Gift Of The Face

Autore: Shamoon Zamir
Editore: UNC Press Books
ISBN: 1469611767
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Edward S. Curtis's The North American Indian is the most ambitious photographic and ethnographic record of Native American cultures ever produced. Published between 1907 and 1930 as a series of twenty volumes and portfolios, the work contains more than two thousand photographs intended to document the traditional culture of every Native American tribe west of the Mississippi. Many critics have claimed that Curtis's images present Native peoples as a "vanishing race," hiding both their engagement with modernity and the history of colonial violence. But in this major reappraisal of Curtis's work, Shamoon Zamir argues instead that Curtis's photography engages meaningfully with the crisis of culture and selfhood brought on by the dramatic transformations of Native societies. This crisis is captured profoundly, and with remarkable empathy, in Curtis's images of the human face. Zamir also contends that we can fully understand this achievement only if we think of Curtis's Native subjects as coauthors of his project. This radical reassessment is presented as a series of close readings that explore the relationship of aesthetics and ethics in photography. Zamir's richly illustrated study resituates Curtis's work in Native American studies and in the histories of photography and visual anthropology.

The Gift

Autore: Hilda Doolittle
Editore: New Directions Publishing
ISBN: 9780811208543
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In this hitherto unpublished memoir, the poet who signed herself H. D. recreates the world of her childhood in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, and in a country house outside Philadelphia

The Gift Of Water

Autore: Sebastian Zug
Editore: LIT Verlag Münster
ISBN: 3643904525
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"Pierre Bourdieu conceptualizes the social as an economy. With an empirical example of free water transfers between 'water rich' and 'water poor' neighbours, this book demonstrates the relevance of moral considerations in habitualized everyday practice. Using Luc Boltanski's work on Justifications, the analysis introduces economic imperfection into Bourdieu's 'perfect' Economy of Symbolic Goods. By presenting a Poltiical Ecology of the neighbourly waterscape from the perspective of water consumers, this book is a scientific plea for a holistic analysis of water beyond the scale of policy making"--Publisher's description.

Art Anthropology And The Gift

Autore: Roger Sansi
Editore: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 1472517075
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In recent decades, the dialogue between art and anthropology has been both intense and controversial. Art, Anthropology and the Gift provides a much-needed and comprehensive overview of this dialogue, whilst also exploring the reciprocal nature of the two subjects through practice, theory and politics. Fully engaging with anthropology and art theory, this book innovatively argues that art and anthropology don't just share methodologies, but also deeper intellectual, theoretical and even political concerns, inviting scholars and students alike to look at this contentious relationship in a more critical light. One of the central arguments of the book is that the problem of the 'gift' has been central to both anthropological and artistic practice. This very idea connects the different chapters on topics including aesthetics, politics, participation and fieldwork.

The Gift

Autore: Hafiz
Editore: Penguin
ISBN: 9781101100332
Grandezza: 70,15 MB
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Chosen by author Elizabeth Gilbert as one of her ten favorite books, Daniel Ladinsky’s extraordinary renderings of 250 unforgettable lyrical poems by Hafiz, one of the greatest Sufi poets of all time More than any other Persian poet—even Rumi—Hafiz expanded the mystical, healing dimensions of poetry. Because his poems were often ecstatic love songs from God to his beloved world, many have called Hafiz the "Invisible Tongue." Indeed, Daniel Ladinsky has said that his work with Hafiz is an attempt to do the impossible: to render Light into words—to make the Luminous Resonance of God tangible to our finite senses. I am a hole in a flute that the Christ's breath moves through— listen to this music! With this stunning collection of Hafiz's most intimate poems, Ladinsky has succeeded brilliantly in presenting the essence of one of Islam's greatest poetic and religious voices. Each line of The Gift imparts the wonderful qualities of this master Sufi poet and spiritual teacher: encouragement, an audacious love that touches lives, profound knowledge, generosity, and a sweet, playful genius unparalleled in world literature.

The Gift

Autore: Florence Noiville
Editore: Northwestern University Press
ISBN: 0810126761
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This moving fictional memoir begins as a woman heads home after a meeting regarding her inheritance. Rebeling against the legalese uttered by the attorney, her mind drifts back to her childhood and she sees her life with sudden clarity. On the train, she jots down a few notes, which prompt the poetic outpouring of memory and emotion that make up this delicate novel. The narrator’s mother looms large in her psyche. Labeled “eccentric” or “Italian,” her mother in fact suffered from what was later found to be manic depression. Without understanding the disease, the family treated the unpredictable ups and downs of her condition as they struck. During periods of paralyzing depression she was hospitalized, and the family felt abandoned. During periods of manic productivity and overdrive, she was a dedicated pharmacist, an exemplary homemaker, and an unusually knowledgeable gardener. This sparse novel draws the portrait of a grand and unforgettable lady, loving and unable to love at once. Her bequest is as much a material one as it is an emotional one, and, the author surmises as she glances at her own daughters, a genetic one.

The Gift Of Sabbath

Autore: S. Lynn Moore
Editore: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1456723731
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The Gift of Sabbath, Season of Change, is a book about life's lessons in virtue and humbleness of heart. Located on the Fortner family farm, the story is told by the youngest member of the Fortner family, little Esther, also known as "Peanut". Five year old Esther shares struggles and victories of her family members and herself, as each individual discovers their own strengths and weaknesses, while holding fast to their faith in Yeshua (Jesus) Messiah. With refreshing innocence and simplicity, Esther enlightens the reader of Daddy and Momma's steadfast faith in Torah as well as Yeshua Messiah, and their unwavering devotion to family and community. Simon and Martha Fortner lovingly guide their family through life's many struggles facing modern day Sabbath keepers, while diligently caring for their neighbors and community. Full of humor and tenderness, you are sure to feel as though you are experiencing first hand, the day-to-day goings on of the seven members of the Fortner family. From the steadfast faith and strength found in Daddy; Momma's hope for her children's future in a lost and hopeless world; Ruth's humbling battles with vanity; Caleb's integrity and humor; Abby's propensity to be late due to her love of reading; Naomi's moody nature; to little Esther's magnetism toward mischief. The Gift of Sabbath, Season of Change, is sure to touch the hearts of all who read the words within it's pages, bringing inspiration and family unity for generations to come. May all who read this heartwarming story of faith, family, and community be inspired to hold fast to the many blessings of innocence and purity, while walking this journey in life that we have all been given, once, to walk.

The Gift Of Age

Autore: Richard Lederer
Editore: Marion Street Press
ISBN: 1936863065
Grandezza: 43,29 MB
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A blend of touching stories, fascinating facts, and rollicking humor is presented in this entertaining look at the jaunt towards senior citizenship. Guaranteed to stir souls, stimulate minds, and tickle funny bones, the chapters include Why It's Great to Be Chronologically Endowed, Grandkids Say the Darnedest Things, The Lighter Side of Aging, and Jest for the Health of It. Advice on enjoying one's golden years is featured, from how to accumulate happiness and social wisdom to the delights of retirement. With puns, jokes, riddles, and puzzles illuminating important aspects on the aging process, this uproarious guide also lists outstanding achievements by "chronologically gifted" leaders, artists, writers, and athletes.

The Gift Of Jazzy

Autore: Cindy Adams
Editore: St. Martin's Press
ISBN: 1429956895
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This is the true story of a savvy, seemingly tough columnist who could take on Clintons, Bushes, VIPs from New York to Hollywood--but is taken prisoner by the love of a tiny Yorkie who taught her more about joy and survival than any human could have. After The New York Post's Cindy Adams lost her husband Joey, finding a new companion was the last thing on her mind. But one day, an unannounced visitor brought just that, in the form Cindy least expected: a dog named Jazzy. Although Cindy had never considered herself a dog lover before, Jazzy quickly moved from unwelcome surprise to her closest family member. Cindy brings her famous wit, smarts and taste for celebrity dish to the page in recounting her hilarious first year with Jazzy--which gave her a new leash on life. This book will touch anyone who's ever lost someone dear.

The Gift Of Experiential Learning

Autore: Carrie Taylor
Editore: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1477155295
Grandezza: 42,82 MB
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Book Summary Explore the gifts presented by Jim Stovall in his book The Ultimate Gift by using the lens of experiential learning. See how to apply these gifts to everyday living by using experiential games to simulate real-world situations and have fun in the process. Learn how to magnify the gifts offered in this book via hands-on experience to help reinforce the lessons learned.

The Gift Of Speed

Autore: Steven Carroll
Editore: Random House
ISBN: 1446494047
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In 1960 the West Indies arrive in Australia and Michael, who is sixteen, is enthralled. If, like his heroes, he has the gift of speed, he will move beyond his suburb into the great world ... As his summer unfolds, Michael realises that there are other ways to live. When the calypso chorus accompanying Frank Worrell and his team fades, Michael has leartn many things ... about his parents, a girl called Kathleen Marsden, and about himself. The Gift of Speed is a masterful blend of story-telling, memorable characters and a uniquely Australian sensibility by a novelist at the height of his powers.

The Gift

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