"If you are grieving from a heartbreaking loss of a loved one, this book may help you find peace. If you are wondering if all you see here on earth is all that is, this book may bring some light to your thoughts.
Author: Katherine Plant
The Place Between Here and There If you are grieving from a heartbreaking loss of a loved one, this book may help you find peace. If you are wondering if all you see here on earth is all that is, this book may bring some light to your thoughts. If you are a person who believes in the infinite spirit inside each of us, this book may be an affirmation of all that you hold sacred. After an accident leaves a loving father in a coma, on the verge of life and death, he travels to another place. On the outside, he was in a hospital bed; but, on the inside he was in place he calls, "The Place Between Here and There." It was a place where time did not exist; where people were spirits; and where he learned the wisdom of the universe. This book details his journey to this wondrous place, then back to earth, where he must rehabilitate from grave injuries, only to then experience the worst tragedy a parent can imagine. With the help of a soul connection from the higher realms, he finds his way back to the peace and bliss he learned from The Place Between Here and There. Authors Note: Kathie and I are humbled by all the kind words of support for this book on Peace, Love and Light and the realization the life has a purpose, for ourselves and the universe in its entirety. Life is good and people are good, even when bad things happen. This book discusses that thought and demonstrates that even in these challenging times that there is indeed light, and that light is beautiful. Bob Wrote: I was finding it hard to not feel depressed during this current health and economic crisis. My wife gifted me your book "The Place Between Here and There", because she thought it would make me feel better. I read late into the night. This morning, there is sunshine. I feel a new strength and see with a bigger perspective. I just want to say the book is tremendous and will fascinate and help so many people for years to come. There are many people I am excited to share this with, people in my family who will benefit greatly from this book, and I will proudly pass this gift along to everyone. Tracy Wrote: Yesterday, I read 70 pages in one sitting. I just did not want to put the book down!! I had such a range of emotions - love, heartache, happiness, inspiration, and awe. I finished the book so quickly, and I usually do not read books often. It reaffirms that in love we can find happiness and there is more to us beyond what we see here on Earth. Caroline Wrote: This book is beautiful! It came to me 2 days after my grandmothers passing. And while I already share the same beliefs as the authors, I still found it incredibly enlightening and comforting. Thank you for sharing your experience. I experienced many epiphanies and connected things for the first time while reading it.
Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on the JudiciaryPublish On: 1942
Do you distinguish between those two subjects ? ... When I was born here there
was no suffrage , and when my father was born here and my grandfather , there
was no suffrage , so it is not a question of having been taken away from us , nor ...
Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary
The ball , suspended by a string , is swung to and fro , and the child is taught to
understand the difference between “ here ” and “ there . " As it moves , the child
repeats Here , there . 3. It is held over a cube , or some other object ; the child is ...
I'm trying to see if there's something we can use.:: ::Can you ... ::We're here.
Yukawa and Berkeley are here. There's forest all the way between here and there.:: ::And you think we can get from here to there in the trees,:: Seaborg said.
Author: John Scalzi
Publisher: Pan Macmillan
The sequel to his extraordinary Old Man's War, John Scalzi's The Ghost Brigades is the second in The Old Man's War series. Who can you trust, if you can't trust yourself? Three hostile alien races have united against humanity, determined to halt our expansion into space. The mastermind behind this lethal alliance is a traitor – Charles Boutin. He was a Colonial Defence Force scientist, with access to their biggest military secrets. Now the CDF's only hope is to discover Boutin's plan. Trouble is, Boutin's dead. As a super-soldier created from Boutin's own DNA, Jared Dirac may have answers. However, when Dirac fails to access the scientist's memories, he's transferred to the Ghost Brigades for training. These elite troops are also cloned from the dead, so he might fit in. But will Dirac's memory return as the enemy plots the fate of humankind? And whose side is Dirac really on?
... resistance or Secondness inherent in the relation between the here and the there — which polarize even as they conjoin — we witness here a more subtle
complicity as we move from the near into the far within the circumambient horizon
Author: Edward S. Casey
Publisher: Indiana University Press
Offers a philosophical exploration of the pervasiveness of place. Presenting an account of the role of place in human experience, this book points to place's indispensability in navigation and orientation. The role of the lived body in matters of place isconsidered, and the characteristics of built places are explored.
Between here and there were several small farms and one large one. He
decided ... His lungs had gotten used to the airhere; there wasa sweetness toit,
mixed with thescent of pastureland and barns, a richnessthat spoke ofa
happiness hehad ...
Author: Elizabeth Haydon
Publisher: Tor Fantasy
Rhapsody, n, (1542) 1: a portion of an epic poem adapted for recitation 2 archaic: a miscellaneous collection 3 a (1): a highly emotional utterance (2): a highly emotional literary work (3): effusively rapturous or extravagant discourse b: Rapture, Ecstasy 4: a musical composition of irregular form having an improvisatory character. Elizabeth Haydon is a major new force in fantasy. Equipped with a quick wit, Haydon has a sharp ear for dialogue, panache with characters, and that essential ability to transport her readers into her own fantastical world-a world so real you can hear the sweet music of Rhapsody's aubade and smell the smoldering forges within the Cauldron. Rhapsody is a woman, a Singer of some talent, who is swept up into events of world-shattering import. On the run from an old romantic interest who won't take no for an answer, Rhapsody literally bumps into a couple of shady characters: half-breeds who come to her rescue in the nick of time. Only the rescue turns into an abduction, and Rhapsody soon finds herself dragged along on an epic voyage, one that spans centuries and ranges across a wonder-filled fantasy world. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.
In a way, there is no difference between here and there, because there is only
here, there is only one place, and it's here and it's everywhere. How do I view my
body? Am I then already dead, in a sense, because there is only one place?
That afternoon the caravan arrived at Pawnee Rock, a one-hundredand-fifty-foot-
high mound with sheer rock faces. “It's the last landmark you're gonna see till we
get down into New Mexico,” McGuire told Matt's mess. “Between here and there,
Author: Jon R. Bauman
Publisher: Truman Talley Books
Santa Fe, in the early 1800s, was a part of Mexico, and the city's landed gentry, the haciendados, had developed an appetite for the good life. Matthew Collins, an entrepreneurial American, sees opportunity there. He bankrolls a wagon train filled with fine goods from St. Louis and, with a partner, succeeds in transporting everything, despite storms and fierce bands of Comanches, across the Great American Desert to a ready market in Santa Fe. Soon, Matt and his partner become prosperous and respected men. Matt profits from the trapping and selling of hundreds of beaver skins just before the London market for them collapses. Welcomed into the home of Moses Mendoza, one of the leading haciendados, Matt eventually marries Moses's daughter Celestina. By the mid-1840s, war looms between the United States and Mexico. Matt is called to Washington by President Polk. The urgent matter: how to arrange the turnover of New Mexico and Santa Fe to the United States without causing great bloodshed. Matt develops a plan... Mixing a fascinating and exciting cast of characters with the adventure and uncertainty of the times, Santa Fe Passage is a remarkable story full of rich detail and vivid imagery of life in then Mexico in the early nineteenth century.
The image is always both “here” and “there”, sliding between points of focus.'82
Riley confirms this: 'There is seldom a single focal point in my paintings',83
although 'multi-focal' rather than 'unfocused' would be the more accurate term.
Author: John Jervis
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Category: Literary Criticism
Under what conditions does 'sensation' become 'sensational'? In the early nineteenth century murder was a staple of the sensationalizing popular press and gruesome descriptions were deployed to make a direct impact on the sensations of the reader. By the end of the century, public concern with the thrills, spills, and shocks of modern life was increasingly articulated in the language of sensation. Media sensationalism contributed to this process and magnified its impact, just as sensation was, in turn, taken up by literature, art and film. In the contemporary world the dramatization of these experiences in an era of media panics over terrorism and paedophilia has taken an overtly melodramatic form, in which battles of good and evil play out across the landscapes of our lives. Sensational Subjects develops an innovative, interdisciplinary approach to exploring these themes, their impact and their implications for understanding the modern world. A companion volume, Sympathetic Sentiments: Affect, Emotion and Spectacle in the Modern World is published simultaneously by Bloomsbury.
Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Education and LaborPublish On: 1934
No , sir ; I have an answer to that here : ' . . I have your letter of June 4 with its
enclosure . Under the law I believe that cases of the nature that we are
discussing are only referred to the Secretary of Labor in cases where there is a
dispute as to ...
Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Education and Labor
There is no merchant here that interests himself about it , and can hardly be
induced to do so . The only American merchant here , or rather agent for a Boston
firm , confines himself entirely to exports ; and there not being a single American
Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Interstate and Foreign CommercePublish On: 1947
The asserted power of choice is illusory I think the same here . There is no
provision here against that economic coercion . So , unless you try to prevent a
man or a railroad or any other carrier covered by the act from filing a rate
Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce
Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Government OperationsPublish On: 1954
The calls between Mr. Stevens and myself have been fully testified to , as far as I
know , by Mr. Stevens on the witness stand here . So there is nothing very secret there . But some of the things to which he referred relate to other calls which he ...
Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Government Operations
... the only observable developments seem to be changes between different
types of pointing words, for example, changes between two equivalent pairs: 'this/
that' and 'here/there'. The shifting principle behind the two pairs is identical, and
Author: Guy Deutscher
Publisher: Metropolitan Books
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Blending the spirit of Eats, Shoots & Leaves with the science of The Language Instinct, an original inquiry into the development of that most essential-and mysterious-of human creations: Language Language is mankind's greatest invention-except, of course, that it was never invented." So begins linguist Guy Deutscher's enthralling investigation into the genesis and evolution of language. If we started off with rudimentary utterances on the level of "man throw spear," how did we end up with sophisticated grammars, enormous vocabularies, and intricately nuanced degrees of meaning? Drawing on recent groundbreaking discoveries in modern linguistics, Deutscher exposes the elusive forces of creation at work in human communication, giving us fresh insight into how language emerges, evolves, and decays. He traces the evolution of linguistic complexity from an early "Me Tarzan" stage to such elaborate single-word constructions as the Turkish sehirlilestiremediklerimizdensiniz ("you are one of those whom we couldn't turn into a town dweller"). Arguing that destruction and creation in language are intimately entwined, Deutscher shows how these processes are continuously in operation, generating new words, new structures, and new meanings. As entertaining as it is erudite, The Unfolding of Language moves nimbly from ancient Babylonian to American idiom, from the central role of metaphor to the staggering triumph of design that is the Semitic verb, to tell the dramatic story and explain the genius behind a uniquely human faculty.
The land lies stretched between the Mediterranean and the Jordan, which forms
the boundary today from north to south—a narrow strip along the eastern
Mediterranean. Across the way lies Greece. . . . The same sea is here as there.
But here ...
Author: Gudrun Krämer
Publisher: Princeton University Press
It is impossible to understand Palestine today without a careful reading of its distant and recent past. But until now there has been no single volume in English that tells the history of the events--from the Ottoman Empire to the mid-twentieth century--that shaped modern Palestine. The first book of its kind, A History of Palestine offers a richly detailed interpretation of this critical region's evolution. Starting with the prebiblical and biblical roots of Palestine, noted historian Gudrun Krämer examines the meanings ascribed to the land in the Jewish, Christian, and Muslim traditions. Paying special attention to social and economic factors, she examines the gradual transformation of Palestine, following the history of the region through the Egyptian occupation of the mid-nineteenth century, the Ottoman reform era, and the British Mandate up to the founding of Israel in 1948. Focusing on the interactions of Arabs and Jews, A History of Palestine tells how these connections affected the cultural and political evolution of each community and Palestine as a whole.
Ablond, ganglyboywith a redmark across hisforehead rushed up the stairs
ontothe quarterdeck and stopped, lookinguneasily between her andthecaptain.
Ivy swallowed.Alright. She shouldn't challenge Mad Machen here. When theyhad
Author: Meljean Brook
The exhilarating introduction to New York Times bestselling author Meljean Brook’s gritty and seductive novels of the Iron Seas. Desperate to leave London, two years ago Ivy Blacksmith secured her overseas passage by striking a provocative bargain with the domineering pirate Mad Machen. Saved from his bed at the last moment, Ivy fled the city, but Mad Machen vowed to come after her… Eking out a living in the little town of Fool’s Cove, Ivy never expected that her impetuous offer would continue to haunt her. But the beautiful blacksmith owes Mad Machen the price of a voyage, and the pirate captain is determined to collect. Includes a preview of Meljean Brook’s The Kraken King. “Here There Be Monsters” previously appeared in Burning Up.
The Cultural Construction of Carbon Markets We contend here that there is in fact
an enormous gap between a policy mechanism like the CDM and the markets
which are constructed around it. There are many processes involved in the ...
Author: Peter Newell
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
The New Carbon Economy provides a critical understanding ofthe carbon economy. It offers key insights into the constitution,governance and effects of the carbon economy, across a variety ofgeographical settings. Examines different dimensions of the carbon economy from arange of disciplinary angles in a diversity of settings Provides ways for researchers to subject claims ofnewness and uniqueness to critical scrutiny Historicizes claims of the 'newness' of the carbon economy Covers a range of geographical settings including Europe, theUS and Central America
... perfect indifference , the effect always remains dull and with the ceiling , and between these , the wall surface insipid . ... But here there is another matter have
either a dark tint with but little ornament , for of importance to be considered .
here, and then in the central massif. The human towns — actually more like
fortified villages than real towns — lie on the coast or on navigable rivers. There's
some trade between the settlements, and some fighting. The towns are all ruled
Author: John Peel
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
While investigating reports of a human planet hidden in an immense stellar cloud, the crew of the U.S.S. Enterprise discovers a world of knights and serfs dominated by a ring of ruthless trophy hunters. Original.
There were only sandy dirt roads to drive on to get to the house. This time we ...
My guess was that since most Arabs had between seven and twelve children, there had to be big houses built to live comfortably with such big families. There
Author: Wanda Blackgrave
Category: Biography & Autobiography
A young woman who marries an Arabian finds herself facing dangers and challenges that she never thought imaginable. She starts her journey traveling to one of the oldest countries in the world. Her new home in Arabia turns out very different than she expected. The way she was raised as an American is all but forgotten when forced to learn the new ways of an ancient culture. She soon discovers that she must learn their language and abide by their religion if she is to survive in their country. After almost fourteen years of living in Arabia she becomes desperate to return to her beloved country to live. She captured her one chance to leave with her three young children and made it back to her hometown. She lived with her three children only for a short while before he came to take them back to Arabia. Her worst nightmare had begun. She unexpectedly met an American man from her hometown who saved her life as she adventured on yet another dangerous journey traveling alone to Arabia in hope of being reunited with her children. This woman’s true life experiences along with various research makes this one of the most intriguing books about the real everyday life of the people in ancient Arabia. This is her true story, finally told.