However on reflection I have called my memoirs 'A Wandering Star' as this seems more appropriate. I have no regrets, as we are born with a set of genes that to a certain extent maps out our destiny. My destiny was to pursue adventure ...
Author: Niels Svendsen
Category: Biography & Autobiography
This is the true story of the life and adventures of Niels Svendsen who was born in 1929 from a Danish immigrant family that arrived in England. Follow Niels as he progresses from council school to Grammar school and his adventures during the Berlin Airlift when serving his time in the R.A.F. in Malta. With very little money and a small family follow Niels as he enters the News Chronicle Get Ahead Competition sponsored by the B.B.C. and wins GBP5,000 top prize. This was one of the first televised competitions in black and white and Niels was seen by millions of viewers. Now read on about his Trans Atlantic race and his involvement in yachts. Also his many other races and his eventual move to Mallorca where he sets up his own yacht brokerage Dolphin Yachts in Club de Mar. This story is special and will keep you reading until you get to the end.
More and more young, aspiring talents were coming to the agency too. Anton had his pick of future cruise entertainers. He also had started to promote a young woman with a beautiful voice who had good potential for becoming a rock star.
Author: Elena Clark
Anton and Nina met in fairytale fashion while each was preparing for a highly regarded international competition in Moscow. They fell in love at first sight, engaged in an impulsive romance and were married in a matter of just a few months. After their graduation from the Moscow Conservatory, they soon discovered that the road to success is slow and has many perplexing hurdles. What becomes of Anton, a talented young pianist, when the bright artistic future that has been promised to him since childhood, fails to materialize? What surprises does life have in store for Nina who is a beautiful and talented young singer and an aspiring classical vocalist? Two years of drudgery, playing in small Russian cities for a modest salary and living close to the poverty line, convinces Anton that enough is enough. He decides to emigrate to Canada, where he is confident that the life of a musician would be much easier and vastly more rewarding. He eventually persuades his reluctant wife to abandon her own vocal career in Moscow and to emigrate with him. The new Canadian immigrants soon learn that the roads are not paved with gold in their adopted country either. Will they finally achieve artistic success in Canada or might they be forced to return to Russia? Will the couple's marriage endure? Music of the Wandering Stars is a tale of discovery, romance, and destiny. It reminds us all of the inner battle we all face with love and what it does to us.
Two different theories had been developed for the origin of planetary systems, one more popular than the other, which is more recent. It may be that both theories describe processes that are important and that the answer is a ...
Author: George H A Cole
Publisher: World Scientific
The space vehicle spectaculars of recent years have been revealing the full scope and beauty of our own solar system but have also shown that a growing number of other stars too have planetary bodies orbiting around them. The study of these systems is just beginning. It seems that our galaxy contains untold numbers of planets, and presumably other galaxies will be similar to our own. Our solar system contains life, on Earth: do others as well? Such questions excite modern planetary scientists and astro-biologists. This situation is a far cry from ancient times when the five planets that can be seen from Earth without a telescope were called the “wandering stars”. This notebook-cum-workbook provides an introduction to those profound and still-developing modern studies. Written by an expert in the field, it is pitched at a level suitable for beginning students. It is designed particularly for self-study but can also provide background support for students attending lecture courses or teachers developing such courses. The reader is encouraged to add to the arguments of the book as the subject develops. A special feature here is a substantial glossary of terms and people which serves as a starting point for further entries. Wandering Stars is a key to unlock the door to an exciting and fascinating universe which is still the object of active discovery. Contents: Observations Reveal GravityGeneral Features of the Solar SystemMagnetism within the Solar SystemStars as a Continuing Source of EnergyExoplanetsExo-Biology Readership: Undergraduates and lecturers in astrophysics, astronomy and geophysics, as well as lay people. Key Features:The thirty chapters can act either as a basis for individual study over an academic year or as a source for teachers wanting to provide such a course. This is both a notebook and a workbookThe user can expand the material into a personal treatiseThe glossary can be developed into a personal archiveKeywords:Planets;Exo-Planets;Exo-Biology;Planetary Science;Stellar Structure
To Mom, the strongest, smartest, and most beautiful woman in my galaxy: Your lifelong love, loyalty, faith, ... I've dedicated Wandering Star to my grandfather, Berek Ladowski, who passed away while I was working on the story.
Author: Romina Russell
Category: Young Adult Fiction
A breathtaking sci-fi space saga inspired by astrology that will stun fans of the Illuminae Files and Starbound series. Orphaned, disgraced, and stripped of her title, Rho is ready to live life quietly, as an aid worker in the Cancrian refugee camp on House Capricorn. But news has spread that the Marad--an unbalanced terrorist group determined to overturn harmony in the Galaxy--could strike any House at any moment. Then, unwelcome nightmare that he is, Ochus appears to Rho, bearing a cryptic message that leaves her with no choice but to fight. Now Rho must embark on a high-stakes journey through an all-new set of Houses, where she discovers that there's much more to her Galaxy--and to herself--than she could have ever imagined.
My dearest wandering star! ... even though, as God is my witness, I yearned to go back, to look at you once more, to hear again your voice which I never ceased hearing in my mind all those years of our wandering over the world.
Author: Sholem Aleichem
The first complete translation of an epic love story by the creator of Tevye in Fiddler on the Roof Next year marks the 150th anniversary of the birth of the great Yiddish humorist Sholem Aleichem as well as the 100th anniversary of the publication of Wandering Stars, his sprawling love story spanning ten years and two continents, and set in the colorful world of the Yiddish theater. In a Russian shtetl at the end of the nineteenth century, Reisel, daughter of a poor cantor, and Leibel, son of a rich man, fall under the spell of a traveling Yiddish acting company. Together they run off to join the theater but quickly become separated. Reisel goes on to become Rosa Spivak, concert star, and Leibel becomes Leo Rafalesko, theatrical sensation. Kept apart by their own successes and by the managers who exploit their talent, they tour the world until their wanderings bring them both to New York. An engrossing romance, a great New York story, and an anthem for the theater, Wandering Stars is a long-lost literary classic, rediscovered here in a vibrant new translation.
Dann, Jack, More Wandering Stars, Harper & Row, New York. 1974. Feiler, Bruce, Abraham: A Journey to the Heart of Three Faiths, HarperCollins, New York. 2002. Gershom, Yonassan, Eight Candles of Consciousness: Essays on Jewish ...
Author: Yonassan Gershom
Category: Science fiction
Rabbi Gershom takes you where no rabbi has gone before! You don't have to be Jewish to enjoy this well-researched and reader-friendly journey into Jewish themes, actors, writers, in-jokes and subtexts in the Star Trek Universe. Inspired by a class he taught at the Minneapolis Talmud Torah, the book explores such things as: The Jewish origin of the Vulcan salute; How Vulcan culture is based on rabbinical Judaism; "Who is a Jew" among Trek characters in episodes, movies and the novels; How Talmudic logic helped expand the Star Trek universe; Why Ferengi values are NOT Jewish values -- and much more!
They are “ wandering stars , to whom is reserved the blackness of darkness for ever . 4. Errorists are like wandering stars because of ... The Polar Star , with no jealousy towards its more brilliant rival , was steadfast in its place .
It is a play ostensibly about actors , but through their stories we relive the scattering and the division of a people in the worst of times . At a more introspective , microscopic terminal of perception , Mr. Lifson , in A Shtetl in ...
Its lights reached more than 5m. It moved like a snake, surrounded by numerous small "stars" and disappeared in the blink of an eye. A kind of vapor was seen rising very high into the sky.” Pliny likewise speaks of unidentified flying ...
Author: Frederick Guttmann
Publisher: Frederick Guttmann
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
The magnifying glass on the UFO case with historical records. What happened in Roswell? Did the UFO issue have anything to do with the Kennedy assassination? What happened in the Bermuda Triangle? Are there secret bases for the study of Flying Saucers? Is there archaeological evidence of the extraterrestrial presence in prehistory? Has there been contact with other civilizations in the cosmos? Have beings from space intervened in the course of our history? Do governments hide information? Do aliens have any plans for Earth? Wandering Stars is an interesting work that recalls the history of flying saucers throughout our known history and encompasses topics such as: prehistoric visits by astronauts, UFO appearances in the Bible, cases of sightings of strange lights and devices down the ages, then the Adolf Hitler thing and alien flying discs, also the secrets of governments, underground bases, reversed alien technology and contact with other civilizations. Finally, he talks about the secret space projects and galactic battles behind the NASA missions.
Author: Ade Salzer; Jo SalzerPublish On: 2011-03-29
On Wandering Star, this is not the case, and we can barely see the bow pulpit when seated or standing up on the top deck; therefore we still prefer the pilothouse view for most circumstances. We find our flybridge steering station ...
Author: Ade Salzer; Jo Salzer
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Jo and Ade spent over three fantastic years crusing the Big U in a 43' Selene Trawler, Wandering Star. Besides having fun, their vision was to demonstrate that you don't have to cross oceans and go around the world to have the incredible adventure of a lifetime.