She had succeeded in fooling all of Los Gatos, they admitted, adding that she “showed her ability to drink the best brands ... “I would have been straight all my life,” she said, “and this is the first time I have ever been in trouble.
Author: Allan Bérubé
Publisher: Univ of North Carolina Press
Category: Social Science
This anthology pays tribute to Allan Berube (1946-2007), a self-taught historian who was a pioneer in the study of lesbian and gay history in the United States. The book provides a retrospective on Berube's life and work while it documents the emergence of a grassroots lesbian and gay community history movement in the 1970s and 1980s. Taken together, the essays attest to the power of history to mobilize individuals and communities to create social change.
In Read My Desire, Joan Copjec stages a confrontation between the theories of Jacques Lacan and Michel Foucault, protagonists of two powerful modern discourses--psychoanalysis and historicism.
Author: Joan Copjec
Publisher: Verso Books
In Read My Desire, Joan Copjec stages a confrontation between the theories of Jacques Lacan and Michel Foucault, protagonists of two powerful modern discourses - psychoanalysis and historicism. Ordinarily, these discourses only cross paths long enough for historicists to charge psychoanalysis with an indifference to history, but here psychoanalysis, via Lacan, goes on the offensive. Refusing to cede historicity to the historicists, Copjec makes a case for the superiority of Lacan's explanation of historical process, its generative principles, and its complex functionings. Her goal is to inspire a new kind of cultural critique, one that would be "literate in desire, " that would be able to read what is inarticulable in cultural statements.
If we choose to avoid risk at all costs and concentrate on selfprotection, then we may succeed for a time, enclosing ourselves ... All my other desires will be subordinated to my wealthgathering – for example, my desire to love ...
Author: Gerard W. Hughes
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
In Cry of Wonder, Gerard W. Hughes, author of God of Surprises, encourages readers to explore their own human experience, the unique doorway opening each of us out into the mystery of our present existence. In our time, such attention to mystery is considered counter-cultural and subversive of law and order. The truth of this observation becomes very clear to us if we give attention to our own felt reactions to the events of our lives. The purpose of this book is to focus our attention on this inner conflict, because it can reveal to us a vision of the transformation into which we are all now being invited in all that we are experiencing in every moment of our existence.
Truly, though, Pitt's new home gave him all he needed. One handheld, solar-powered like ... One could spend only so many hours and days staring off into the trees, one could eat only so many meals, one could A CITY EQUAL TO MY DESIRE I 111.
Author: James Sallis
Publisher: Wildside Press LLC
From crimes of heart and crimes of violence, A CITY EQUAL TO MY DESIRE effortlessly guides you through the narrows of human existence in all its forms. In this selection of new stories, James Sallis, author of the acclaimed Lew Griffin series of detective novels, both entertains and engages the mind with stories that will linger in memory long after they've been experienced. "Sallis wants to take your experience of the world, mutate it to the edge of recognition, and then deliver it back before your eyes like a coin pulled from behind your earlobe. And in this way, he makes you see and feel, all over again, the meaning, the beauty-and, pointedly sometimes, the horror-of being human." Jack O'Connell from his introduction
My reader , pervert not what I write . christian , together with all the grounds and I desire nothing else , before God , who crehope of my faith ; what I maintain concern- ated me , than to deal plainly , with a living ing Christ Jesus ...
They are all mine, since He immolates Himself for me; and I desire for the future never to have any other intentions but His. Receive them in satisfaction for my sins, and in thanksgiving for all Thy benefits. Receive, them and grant me ...
Author: Peter Joseph Arnoudt
Publisher: Aeterna Press
THE most ancient special devotion of Christians is doubtless that of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, the Son of God. The holy Sacraments and the other objects of devotion did not yet exist, when the Blessed Virgin Mary found her delight in worshiping the most Sweet Heart of her Jesus; already did Holy Joseph clasp that Heart to his bosom; even then were the Shepherds and the Magi, Simeon and Anna, the Apostles and the Disciples attracted to It and by It: they longed to show to It the affection and love of their hearts. But after Jesus had called upon all men to learn, “that He is meek and humble of Heart;” after He had drawn from the treasury of His Heart that best of all gifts, the Sacrament of the Most Blessed Eucharist; lastly, after He had willed that, upon the Cross, His Heart should be opened, and continue open, as a place of refuge for all; then was devotion to His Divine Heart wonderfully increased. Aeterna PressAeterna Press
My desire is to be a worthy minister of Jesus Christ , to do His will and glorify His name now and for ever . ... and I feel that my life in the past has always tended to this hour , -- all my affections , desires , tastes , and efforts ...
Author: Nathaniel Smith RichardsonPublish On: 1871
My father | reigned over Moab thirty years and I reigned 3. after my father . And I erected this stone to Chemosh g at Karcha || [ a stone of ] 4. [ Sa ] lvation , for he saved me from all despoilers and let me see my desire upon all my ...
And I do desire the said Lady Sussex for my sake to assist the said ffrances Darel in all things she can & if it be ... and my desire is as to the place of my buryall that if I dye in Wales I may be buryed in the parish Church of Pole ...
... therefore do make and ordain this my last Will and disanulling all other Will or Wills therefore first of all Committ my body onto the Earth whence it came and then my Soul to allmighty God who gave me and then my desire is that all ...
They trust in Him with all their hearts , and , though prone to wander , they again and again turn unto him as their ... with me an everlasting covenant , ordered in all things and sure ; and this is all my salvation and all my desire .
Author: Christopher G. FramarinPublish On: 2009-03-27
All action is motivated by a desire and a means–end belief. My desire for a coffee, for example, might combine with my belief that in order to have a coffee I must go to the café, and produce the action of walking to the café.
Author: Christopher G. Framarin
Desireless action is typically cited as a criterion of the liberated person in classical Indian texts. Contemporary authors argue with near unanimity that since all action is motivated by desire, desireless action is a contradiction. They conclude that desireless action is action performed without certain desires; other desires are permissible. In this book, the author surveys the contemporary literature on desireless action and argues that the arguments for the standard interpretation are unconvincing. He translates, interprets, and evaluates passages from a number of seminal classical Sanskrit texts, and argues that the doctrine of desireless action should indeed be taken literally, as the advice to act without any desire at all. The author argues that the theories of motivation advanced in these texts are not only consistent, but plausible. This book is the first in-depth analysis of the doctrine of desireless action in Indian philosophy. It serves as a reference to both contemporary and classical literature on the topic, and will be of interest to scholars of Indian philosophy, religion, the Bhagavadgita and Hinduism.
Author: Boston (Mass.). Registry DepartmentPublish On: 1886
at my owne charge without calling in the helpe of others & I thinke if my owne heart deceive me not , my ayme in all ... so I should desire all my loveing brethren & neighbors of the towne to interprt & accept of what I tender to them ...
If you walk with any one , he must are blessed with all spiritual blessings . — Then be with you . ... If ever I am saved , he must be all my He addresses the soul , and the soul replies salvation — May he be all my desire .
Love wins and captures all my heart And thus, “wholeheartedly”, I come Prepared to listen to His Voice; It shook me to the very core To “hear and do” the Words GOD sends Through You Who are, His WordWithus, Emmanuel.
Author: Edward A. Vinson
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
This is a celebration of falling in love and partaking of the Wine of the Beloved. It is both a meditation on the Song of Solomon, the Song of Songs and a celebration, a rumination on the love of the ancient Persian poet and Sufi mystic Rumi for the Divine in ways that bridge divides between faiths as the realization of the desire of nations.
Author: John BROWN (D.D., of Edinburgh.)Publish On: 1850
and the answer will be , ' He is infinitely amiable , and infinitely kind ; he is the chief of ten thousand , and altogether lovely ; ' he is ' my beloved and my friend , ' he is “ all my salvation and all my desire .
Author: Robert Leighton (abp. of Glasgow.)Publish On: 1859
I desire nothing from way to gain , if gain be the point you aim at . thee but that it may come back to thee , and What would you have under any affliction , draw me with it unto thee . This is all my but be delivered , and raised up ...
God knows my desire in so doing is not to satisfy an idle curiosity , but to know the will of God in all things , and not only to know , but to do it ; for our blessed Lord has said , “ If ye know these things , happy are ye if ye do ...
Solomon's covenant 1 KINGS , with Hiram . to hear the wisdom of Solomon , for : and I will do all thy desire from ... CHAPTER V. 9 My servants shall bring them 1 Piram furnishes timber jo build the down from Lebanon unto the temple .