"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.
The Road Between Here and There Here I heard the snorting of hogs trying to re - enter the underearth . Here I came into the curve too fast , on ice , and touched the brake pedal and sailed into the pasture . Here I stopped the car and ...
Author: Galway Kinnell
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
A collection of more than sixty of Galway Kinnell's poems, spanning 1960-1994.
There are days when you don't feel like thinking commonplace ideas. I suddenly realize that one day ... Is there not always a beginning before the beginning? ... Or somewhere between here and there, it is not an unfamiliar place to be.
TraveLLing beTween here, There, and somewhere Looked at logically, the musician's here is a there for the listener/viewer. But just as the sounding space of the music of somewhere is common to all the listeners, the principle of ...
Author: Paul Craenen
Publisher: Leuven University Press
A revealing study of the physical presence of the musician in musical performance Fingers slipping over guitar strings, the tap of a bow against the body of a cello, a pianist humming along to the music: contemporary composers often work with parasitic, non-conventional sounds such as these. Are they to be perceived as musical elements or do they shift attention to the physical effort of music-making, contact between a body and an instrument? Composer Paul Craenen explores ways in which the musician’s body is revealed in musical performance. He leads us from Cage, Lachenmann, Kagel and their contemporaries to a discussion of how today's generation of young composers is writing a body paradigm into composition itself. Micro-temporal physical gestures and instrumental timbre provide the key to unveiling the physical presence of both a musician and a ‘composing body’. The author's concept of ‘intercorporeality’, along with the idea of an alternating linear and non-linear relationship of the composing body to time, casts new light on the relationship between musicians, composers, and music consumers.
But at other moments we find ourselves " there " -looking at ourselves from the outside . We fluctuate between here and there from moment to moment : homeless , without any place to settle . Within ourselves there is always a breach .
Author: Frederick Franck
Publisher: World Wisdom, Inc
Contains essays by many of the most important twentieth century Japanese philosophers, offering challenging and illumination insights into the nature of Reality as understood by the school of Zen.
'Overseas' might be a word for it, but what I have in mind is not so much a destination as the gap distance opens out between here and there. It is this gap that leads Charles Brasch to see the white passenger ships 'remindingly' – as ...
Author: Alex Calder
Publisher: Auckland University Press
Category: Literary Criticism
Europeans arrive on a beach, make markets and push inland. They take the land and transform it. They make themselves at home; they dream of other places. And the stories they write take shape in settings - the beach, the farm, the bush, the suburb - that become imaginary versions of actual places. Those settings sometimes host stories that are too simple - too flattering, too blaming - but in the work of our best writers, a richer history of settlement comes into focus. Taking a new approach to the cultural history of this country, The Settler's Plot is a study of the relationship between literature and place in New Zealand. Through fascinating and unpredictable readings of some of our greatest literature, from Maning and Guthrie-Smith to Mansfield, Sargeson, Curnow and Frame, Calder investigates the often contradictory meanings that Pakeha have found in our most familiar settings.
If I am to make it any clearer to you, here is the true face of the difference between here and there. Africa is not a place where a Negro parent is set to plead for his child to be accepted and treated as an equal pupil in a school ...
Author: Joe Mintsa
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
African History Books have been written and rewritten thousands of times. But what is bizarre about all these African History Books is that they are divided into three groups: one that deals with Colonial History, one that deals with Mediterranean History, and one that deals with Pre-history. The first one tells us about the Europeans all over the African continent. The second one tells us about the Kemets, the Persians and the Greeks in North Africa. And the last one tells us about primitive Negroes who did not themselves have any idea of the notion of History; so someone else has had to write their History in their place. There is no wonder that Basil Davidson has had to come to the embittering conclusion that what is referred to as African History today is nothing but "African History Without Africans" (1999). This is the book in which the true face of what may be referred to as African History is shown in full beam to a world that has cessed to believe in it.
So, a correct response here requires the child to respond in accordance with coordination between here and now, and between there and then. Again, “you” is coordinated with the listener, here with the speaker's location, there with the ...
Author: Ruth Anne Rehfeldt
Publisher: New Harbinger Publications
Copublished with Context Press Derived Relational Responding offers a series of revolutionary intervention programs for applied work in human language and cognition targeted at students with autism and other developmental disabilities. It presents a program drawn from derived stimulus relations that you can use to help students of all ages acquire foundational and advanced verbal, social, and cognitive skills. The first part of Derived Relational Responding provides step-by-step instructions for helping students learn relationally, acquire rudimentary verbal operants, and develop other basic language skills. In the second section of this book, you'll find ways to enhance students' receptive and expressive repertoires by developing their ability to read, spell, construct sentences, and use grammar. Finally, you'll find out how to teach students to apply the skills they've learned to higher order cognitive and social functions, including perspective-taking, empathy, mathematical reasoning, intelligence, and creativity. This applied behavior analytic training approach will help students make many substantial and lasting gains in language and cognition not possible with traditional interventions.
These answers included "from here to there," "between here and there," to "between here and there" and were associated with moving weights along the beam (or simply drawing the fingertip along the beam), to a notion of distance.
Author: Cliff Roberts
Publisher: Nova Publishers
This series spans the globe presenting leading research in economics. It is perhaps a sign of the times that economic weapons such as sanctions seem to be as powerful as or more so than tanks. International applications and examples of economic progress are invaluable in a troubled world with economic booms bursting like so many penny balloons. Globalisation, outstanding and jobless recoveries present economic issues of concern to millions.
The halfway house is between here and there. You are sure to see it if you are going anywhere. They'll sell you whiskey and some beer in that house halfway between there and here. They would brighten up your life if you are feeling dull ...
Author: Patrick Gormley
Publisher: Strategic Book Publishing
Amber Roses is a special poetry collection that touches on many topics. Patrick Gormley shares his verses and views on life. He includes humorous poems, romantic poems, and poems full of wonderful stories that will suit all readers. In a world full of roses, poetry lovers will enjoy the first verse of his "Amber Roses" poem: Amber roses growing bright in the sunshine, pure delight so very pleasing to the eye underneath a crimson sky. About the Author Patrick Gormley has been writing poetry for twelve years. His first book was a book of limericks titled Northern Irelaugh, which provides a humorous look at Northern Ireland. He lives in the small town of Newtownstewart, Ireland. Publisher's website: http: //sbprabooks.com/PatrickGormley
That brought a slight smile to her lips. “Are you escaping, then, the pursuit of your latest escapade? Or are you, rather, going between here and there?” “One is always going between here and there,” he responded lightly.
Author: Jack L. Chalker
Publisher: Hachette UK
Back in Husaquahr, the other world, after a brief sojourn on Earth, Joe expected to pick up his life and go on, pretty much the same. He should have known better. To begin with, the evil Dark Baron had managed to escape and had teamed up in the far North with the Master of the Dead. Alone, either was a disaster; together, they were potential catastrophe. There were also some changes for which Joe wasn't prepared. He'd accepted the fact that his beloved Tiana now had the body of an exotic dancer. But then he discovered that she was a slave with a growing slave mindset - and would always be a slave. Worst of all, Joe discovered that there had been some highly unwelcome changes in him. In all literal truth, he could no longer call his soul his own - because it wasn't!
Our thinking mind needs to order events through pairs of opposite concepts, like here/there or before/after: space is the common ground that enables the difference between here/there to appear, just as time is the common ground that ...
Author: Shyam Wuppuluri
In this compendium of essays, some of the world’s leading thinkers discuss their conceptions of space and time, as viewed through the lens of their own discipline. With an epilogue on the limits of human understanding, this volume hosts contributions from six or more diverse fields. It presumes only rudimentary background knowledge on the part of the reader. Time and again, through the prism of intellect, humans have tried to diffract reality into various distinct, yet seamless, atomic, yet holistic, independent, yet interrelated disciplines and have attempted to study it contextually. Philosophers debate the paradoxes, or engage in meditations, dialogues and reflections on the content and nature of space and time. Physicists, too, have been trying to mold space and time to fit their notions concerning micro- and macro-worlds. Mathematicians focus on the abstract aspects of space, time and measurement. While cognitive scientists ponder over the perceptual and experiential facets of our consciousness of space and time, computer scientists theoretically and practically try to optimize the space-time complexities in storing and retrieving data/information. The list is never-ending. Linguists, logicians, artists, evolutionary biologists, geographers etc., all are trying to weave a web of understanding around the same duo. However, our endeavour into a world of such endless imagination is restrained by intellectual dilemmas such as: Can humans comprehend everything? Are there any limits? Can finite thought fathom infinity? We have sought far and wide among the best minds to furnish articles that provide an overview of the above topics. We hope that, through this journey, a symphony of patterns and tapestry of intuitions will emerge, providing the reader with insights into the questions: What is Space? What is Time? Chapter  of this book is available open access under a CC BY 4.0 license.
Chapter 5 well , the water in the reservoir retaining its heat between mealtime firings of the stove ) . Marie in her hiding place reminds us that a here - there sense is not always reciprocal . It is possible to feel related to a there ...
Author: Bill Hubbard
Publisher: MIT Press
This study looks at groups with an interest in a work of architecture - owners, inhabitants, customers, critics and historians, architecture schools - presents a conceptual framework in which those disparate interests are honoured for providing different perspectives on the building.
32 Mary Gallagher, 'Introduction: Between “Here” and “There” or the “Hyphen of Unfinished Things”', in Ici-là: Place and Displacement in Caribbean Writing in French, ed. by Mary Gallagher (Amsterdam; New York: Rodopi, 2003), ...
Author: Antonia Wimbush
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Category: Literary Criticism
Autofiction: A Female Francophone Aesthetic of Exile explores the multiple aspects of exile, displacement, mobility, and identity as expressed in contemporary autofictional work written in French by women writers from across the francophone world. Drawing on postcolonial theory, gender theory, and autobiographical theory, the book analyses narratives of exile by six authors who are shaped by their multiple locales of attachment: Kim Lefèvre (Vietnam/France), Gisèle Pineau (Guadeloupe/mainland France), Nina Bouraoui (Algeria/France), Michèle Rakotoson (Madagascar/France), Véronique Tadjo (Côte d'Ivoire/France), and Abla Farhoud (Lebanon/Quebec). In this way, the book argues that the French colonial past continues to mould female articulations of mobility and identity in the postcolonial present. Responding to gaps in the critical discourse of exile, namely gender, this book brings genre in both its forms - gender and literary genre - to bear on narratives of exile, arguing that the reconceptualization of categories of mobility occurs specifically in women's autofictional writing. The six authors complicate discussions of exile as they are highly mobile, hybrid subjects. This rootless existence, however, often renders them alienated and 'out of place'. While ensuring not to trivialize the very real difficulties faced by those whose exile is not a matter of choice, the book argues that the six authors experience their hybridity as both a literal and a metaphorical exile, a source of both creativity and trauma.
The anthropological relation is not simply with peoplewho are different, butwith “adifferent society,” “a different culture,” and thus,inevitably, a relation between “here” and “there.” In all ofthis, the termsof the opposition ...
Author: Henrietta L. Moore
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Category: Social Science
This second edition of the widely praised Anthropology inTheory: Issues in Epistemology, features a variety of updates,revisions, and new readings in its comprehensive presentation ofissues in the history of anthropological theory and epistemologyover the past century. Provides a comprehensive selection of 60 readings and aninsightful overview of the evolution of anthropological theory Revised and updated to reflect an on-going strength anddiversity of the discipline in recent years, with new readingspointing to innovative directions in the development ofanthropological research Identifies crucial concepts that reflect the practice ofengaging with theory, particular ways of thinking, analyzing andreflecting that are unique to anthropology Includes excerpts of seminal anthropological works, key classicand contemporary debates in the discipline, and cutting-edge newtheorizing Reveals broader debates in the social sciences, including the relationship between society and culture; language and culturalmeanings; structure and agency; identities and technologies;subjectivities and trans-locality; and meta-theory, ontology andepistemology
“There's a real big one down here in Tennallytown. I think it's called Reno. Isn't much between here and there but a church and a store and a few houses, oh, an' the blacksmith's place. The fort's across the District Line, ...
Author: William Offutt
Encompassing a century of one family's life in Montgomery County, Maryland, this novel is a series of four connected tales starting with a boy's adventure in the Civil War and ending with his youngest grandson's struggles in the 1950s. Seth, the hero of the first story, is unwillingly caught up in Jubal Early's attempt to capture the Capital in the summer of 1864. The boy, who often dreamed of becoming a Rebel hero, finds his beliefs tested and his loyalties divided when faced with very grown-up and dangerous choices. Caroline, the central figure of the second story, marries Seth's older brother after the Civil War and then, after his sudden death, weds Seth himself. She faces joy and despair, tragedies and triumphs, happiness and sorrow as each brother's lover and helpmate. Sammy Williams is Caroline and Seth's youngest, and he isn't sure what life has in store for him until a pretty young woman decides to marry him. He survives trench warfare in France and, almost accidentally, become a successful storekeeper and the father of a large family during the Depression. And Bud, Seth's grandson and namesake, is a rather footloose and carefree young man who takes a long time to grow up as Sammy and Polly's last child. He marries young, loses his wife and children, has trouble holding a job and eventually figures out how to live responsibly.
This probably holds for the finger gestures of the here-deixis and the this-deixis; but I know of nothing that could be ... [There is no single English word that could translate do in most contexts, it varies between here and there] 9.
Author: Karl Bühler
Publisher: John Benjamins Publishing
Karl Bühler (1879–1963) was one of the leading theoreticians of language of the twentieth century. Although primarily a psychologist, Bühler devoted much of his attention to the study of language and language theory. His masterwork Sprachtheorie (1934) quickly gained recognition in the fields of linguistics, semiotics, the philosophy of language and the psychology of language. This new edition of the English translation of Bühler’s theory begins with a survey on ‘Bühler’s legacy’ for modern linguistics (Werner Abraham), followed by the Theory of Language, and finally with a special ‘Postscript: Twenty-five Years Later ...’ (Achim Eschbach). Bühler’s theory is divided into four parts. Part I discusses the four axioms or principles of language research, the most famous of which is the first, the organon model, the base of Bühler's instrumental view of language. Part II treats the role of indexicality in language and discusses deixis as one determinant of speech. Part III examines the symbolic field, dealing with context, onomatopoeia and the function of case. Part IV deals with the elements of language and their organization (syllabification, the definition of the word, metaphor, anaphora, etc).The text is accompanied by an Introduction (Achim Eschbach); Translator's preface (Donald Fraser Goodwin); Glossary of terms; and a Bibliography of cited works.
Here, we summarize the development of select pronouns (I,you,this,that) and adverbs (here, there) to illustrate the ... but the distinction between here and there emerges before the distinction between this and that (Clark & Sengul, ...
Between here and there, there are safe houses—people whom I know will shelter us, give us food and fresh clothing.” “It's just a drawing in the dirt. There's no guarantee we'll make it from here to there. Anything could happen.
Author: Rhonda Denise Johnson
Publisher: Rhonda Denise Johnson
Join Ayodele and Chloe (from Two Women Two Roads One Future) once again as they juggle men and gods in their quest to determine what's really important in life.