Now The Voice of One

Now  The Voice of One

There needs to be a realignment. People are waking up. You are realizing past lives. You have many past lives; you just don't remember them all. White Buffalo Woman is a good example. She incarnated in NOW THE VOICE OF ONE 95 THE PAST.

Author: Karin J. Hobson

Publisher: FriesenPress

ISBN: 9781525509988

Category: Religion

Page: 264

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Written over several months Now: The Voice of One is a Native American spiritual book. (Note - She was able to read signs and symbols and, the birds would talk to her) Written with help from the spiritual realm this book shows synchronicities and perceptions in how we live our lives should we pay attention. Remaining in the present moment you will begin to see how everything is tied together. Like one voice, he who sees, hears, or feels can relate to the oneness in everyday life. In the moment. This book records what had happened to the writer, and she is confident of the material being true to form. Brothers and Sisters from around the world were in direct contact with her via the internet. And, whether or not it can be proven is not of importance. What is of importance is the coming together in unity of one voice. Where we stand shoulder to shoulder in support of the other in times of need. The messages are everywhere. Open your heart and you, too, will see that which is happening all around you.
Categories: Religion

Hermeneutics and the Voice of the Other

Hermeneutics and the Voice of the Other

This style of succession is rooted in the dynamic of historical experience in which there is a tension " between the efficacity of the past that we undergo and the reception of the past that we bring about . " 25 Tradition is literally ...

Author: James Risser

Publisher: SUNY Press

ISBN: 0791432572

Category: Philosophy

Page: 278

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Elucidates the major components of Gadamer's philosophical hermeneutics found in his later work.
Categories: Philosophy

The Changing Role of the Interpreter

The Changing Role of the Interpreter

but she is also inherently unable to express her connectedness: she will remain a translator, not the voice of the past. Is it because of her hybridity, being half English half Arab? And beyond her, is English capable of voicing this ...

Author: Marta Biagini

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317220237

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 264

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This volume provides a critical examination of quality in the interpreting profession by deconstructing the complex relationship between professional norms and ethical considerations in a variety of sociocultural contexts. Over the past two decades the profession has compelled scholars and practitioners to take into account numerous factors concerning the provision and fulfilment of interpreting. Building on ideas that began to take shape during an international conference on interpreter-mediated interactions, commemorating Miriam Shlesinger, held in Rome in 2013, the book explores some of these issues by looking at the notion of quality through interpreters’ self-awareness of norms at work across a variety of professional settings, contextualising norms and quality in relation to ethical behaviour in everyday practice. Contributions from top researchers in the field create a comprehensive picture of the dynamic role of the interpreter as it has evolved, with key topics revisited by the addition of new contributions from established scholars in the field, fostering discussion and further reflection on important issues in the field of interpreting. This volume will be key reading for scholars, researchers, and graduate students in interpreting and translation studies, pragmatics, discourse analysis, and multilingualism.
Categories: Language Arts & Disciplines

Plains of the Past

Plains of the Past

They wanted no part of my powers,” the voice said. “Why would youseek my help now?” “Itis a desperate situation and time is critical,” Proudhawk pleaded. “We need thefastest routeto thePlains ofthePast, andwe believe only you know that ...

Author: Ian Clark

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 9781469726434

Category: Fiction

Page: 248

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The exciting conclusion to the Elder Earth Saga that began in Prophecy of Shadows! The outcast warrior known as K'het tracks the immortal necromancer responsible for the murder of his mother and best friend. The old wizard has journeyed to the Plains of the Past, seeking to put an end to all living things on Elder Earth itself by reuniting the Geminus, one being of pure light, the other of pure shadow. The union of these exiled creatures will cause a cataclysm that would scorch the very heavens and leave all of Elder Earth a barren wasteland. K'het's path will take him through tests of the mind and body in a land where magical energies are still at play and legendary beasts still roam. K'het seeks the aid of allies in the elf kingdom of Tanglewood Forest. He will need their wisdom to catch the necromancer in time and face his destiny.
Categories: Fiction

The Voice of the Heart

The Voice of the Heart

Was it really necessary for Peake to use a past infinitive? A plain infinitive would have done just as well. Traditionally, plot-advancing events in a novel are expressed in the simple past. 'She carried the child towards the bed and ...

Author: G. Peter Winnington

Publisher: Liverpool University Press

ISBN: 9781846310225

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 290

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The profoundly creative works of Mervyn Peake have fascinated readers for sixty years. His Gormenghast sequence of novels - recently serialized to great acclaim by the BBC - stands as one of the great imaginative accomplishments of twentieth-century literature. In The Voice of the Heart, G. Peter Winngington, the world's foremost expert on Peake, sets his subject's well-known fiction in context with the poetry, plays, and book illustrations for which Peake is equally lauded. He traces recurrent motifs through Peake's works (islands, animals, and loneliness, for example) and explores in detail Peake's long-neglected play, The Wit to Woo. Through close readings of all these elements of Peake's oeuvre, Winnington is ultimately able to offer unparalleled insight into the making of one of British literature's most vibrant imaginations.
Categories: Literary Criticism

The Voice of God on Mount Sinai Rabbinic Commentaries on Exodus 20 1 in the Light of Sufi and Zen Buddhist

The Voice of God on Mount Sinai  Rabbinic Commentaries on Exodus 20 1 in the Light of Sufi and Zen Buddhist

... the same voice, the same method of wisdom... the same wonderful teaching...44 He (the Bodhisattva) possesses exactly the same spirit and exactly the same thought as the various Buddhas of the past, present and future.45 In the light ...

Author: Neudecker Reinhard

Publisher: Gregorian Biblical BookShop

ISBN: 9788876536595

Category: Religion

Page: 192

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He whole study is well-documented and extremely clearly exposed. Mariasusai Dhavamony, Gregorianum I concur a and welcome Neudecker's comparative approach as fundamentally sound and potentially fruitful.John Renard, Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations R. Neudecker's study, The Voice of God on Mount Sinaia I believe pioneered a new and promising field of interdisciplinary efforts in Judaism, Islam, (Christianity, ) and Buddhism with regard to religious philosophies of scriptural interpretation.Isaiah Teshima, Annual of the Japanese Biblical Institute a this publication merits the attention of the intercultural scholars, since it has widened the horizon of revealed texts by implication at least a Anand Amaladass, Satya Nilayam: Chennai Journal of Intercultural Philosophy Er (Neudecker) geht aus von den hochst interessanten rabbinischen Interpretationen...die eine ganze Theologie der Offenbarung umfassen konnten. a Ein ausserordentlich anregendes Werk aMichael von Bruck, Theologische Literaturzeitung a Il faut savoir gre a l'auteur d'avoir constitue un riche dossier et suggere une methode de lecture meditative capable d'ouvrir bien des portes. a A peine entame, le chantier semble prometteur.Jacques Scheuer, Revue Theologique de Louvain
Categories: Religion

Ending the Epidemic of Child Abuse

Ending the Epidemic of Child Abuse

I had to learn that my subconscious can use my internal audible voice and it tries to convince me that it knows what is going on, that it resembles the past, to throw up my guard, get ready to get hit, and to run if I get the chance.

Author: Robert Anthony


ISBN: 9780557026913


Page: 285

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Designed to change anyone's life; you cannot read this book and walk away unchanged. "Ending the Epidemic of Child Abuse" is an all encompassing guide for survivors that will help you learn to thrive, not just survive. Anyone can read this book to learn how to help survivors of child abuse across the globe, and it all starts by changing one life at a time. This book covers all the information required to become totally psychologically healthy. In this book I start by explaining the critical first steps needed for healing, and I end up explaining how to use all the tools I mention in a way to end the suffering that is due to child abuse. This book is timeless, the information will be just as valuable, and applicable 20 years from now as it is today. Every survivor can benefit from the knowledge it contains.

Anzac Memories

Anzac Memories

2 For a summary of conservative criticisms, see Paul Thompson, The Voice of the Past: Oral History, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 1988, pp. 68–71, and his editorial in Oral History, 18, 1, Spring 1990, p. 24.

Author: Alistair Thomson

Publisher: Monash University Publishing

ISBN: 9781921867583

Category: History

Page: 424

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Anzac Memories was first published to acclaim in 1994, and has achieved international renown for its pioneering contribution to the study of war memory and mythology. Michael McKernan wrote that the book gave ‘as good a picture of the impact of the Great War on individuals and Australia as we are likely to get in this generation’, and Michael Roper concluded that ‘an immense achievement of this book is that it so clearly illuminates the historical processes that left men like my grandfather forever struggling to fashion myths which they could live by’. In this new edition Alistair Thomson explores how the Anzac legend has transformed over the past quarter century, how a ‘post-memory’ of the Great War creates new challenges and opportunities for making sense of the national past, and how veterans’ war memories can still challenge and complicate national mythologies. He returns to a family war history that he could not write about twenty years ago because of the stigma of war and mental illness, and he uses newly released Repatriation files to question his own earlier account of veterans’ post-war lives and memories and to think afresh about war and memory.
Categories: History

How to Hear the Voice of God

How to Hear the Voice of God

P Past Influences: Beliefs you have accepted from parents, teachers, friends, religious training, or past relationships. Influences from your past can haunt you. Holding such negative attitudes will prevent you from hearing the voice of ...

Author: Susan Shumsky

Publisher: Red Wheel/Weiser

ISBN: 9781601630100

Category: Religion

Page: 192

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Provides methods for learning how to listen to one's inner voice via meditation, releasing blockage, distinguishing divine voices, and developing a personal plan for spiritual fulfillment, in a volume accompanied by a CD containing special guided meditation techniques. Original.
Categories: Religion

Vocal Consistency and Artistic Freedom

Vocal Consistency and Artistic Freedom

Simonson (2012) reviews newer research topics in the field of voice for the past few years. Much research in higher education music departments is surrounding the use of science and technology in the voice studio.

Author: Susan Boddie

Publisher: Common Ground Research Networks

ISBN: 9781863352406

Category: Education

Page: 150

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As voice teachers, we should strive to help our students uncover their individual sound, and to facilitate technical consistency. Further, we as teachers should ultimately guide students to positive, independent, and emotionally engaged performances on stage - or in recordings. Some teaching approaches may guide students to these experiences – others may not. A successful outcome of vocal study occurs when the student no longer needs their teacher – they are independent and autonomous singers and musicians, and are able to teach themselves – or perhaps others. This study views the student-teacher relationship in the voice student through an existentialist lens influenced by the Sartrean principles of responsibility and freedom. The study examines some commonly used teaching approaches – viewing them from an historical perspective through the National schools in vocal instruction to more current approaches that may be commonly found in higher education teaching studios. This study offers a perspective that hopes to foster discussion, a re-examination of, and self-reflection in the teaching practices of higher education vocal instruction. The research is grounded in hermeneutic phenomenology. This paradigm was a means by which to unearth and uncover the lived experience of students undergoing vocal study. One that was guided by a framework of instruction influenced by the Sartrean notions of responsibility and freedom.
Categories: Education

The Voice of the Rising Generation

The Voice of the Rising Generation

You have a past, a history—personal as well as familial. But while you may feel gratitude for what your parents have given you (and perhaps some anger over what they could not), your direction is not backward, toward them, but forward, ...

Author: James E. Hughes, Jr.

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781118936511

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 160

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Avoid "Shirtsleeves to Shirtsleeves" by Finding Your Voice Growing up in a family with significant wealth or a family business can often feel like an exercise in silence. What should you ask? Whom should you ask? When? Is it ever right to talk about such things? The Voice of the Rising Generation speaks directly to those who find themselves living in that silence, the so-called "next generation." Great wealth or a family business can act like a "black hole," sapping the dreams and aspirations of future generations who feel that they can never measure up to the fortune's founder. This book, written by a psychologist, an educator, and a wise counselor who single-handedly changed the landscape of family wealth, diagnoses with economy and precision the cause of entitlement and dependency. It is not too much money or too few chores. It is the failure of rising generations to individuate, that is, to pursue their dreams, develop their resilience, and find their voice. Many books are addressed to parents and grandparents who worry about the effects of wealth on their descendants. Almost alone in the field, this book speaks directly to 20-, 30- and 40-somethings, encouraging them—literally, giving them courage—to meet the challenge of integrating wealth's power into their lives, rather than disappearing into the black hole. Readers will: Come to understand the true causes of entitlement and dependency Identify the psychological characteristics of the rising generation and the challenges proper to its development Clarify their own dreams, work, and vocation Navigate personal relationships and communication within the context of wealth Recognize the special challenges faced when rising is delayed until mid-life. If you are a young person who is starting your life's journey and wondering about the effects of parental gifts, trusts, or a family business, this book will offer you questions, reflections, and lessons-learned to help you find your own way. If you are a parent, grandparent, elder, or mentor, The Voice of the Rising Generation can serve the young people in your life as a gift more precious than gold.
Categories: Business & Economics

School Culture Recharged

School Culture Recharged

What has happened in the past will give us some idea as to what needs to happen in the future. Our successes and failures will help us to get better. The voice of culture is the voice of the past. Imagine an elderly gentleman sitting ...

Author: Steve Gruenert

Publisher: ASCD

ISBN: 9781416623458

Category: Education

Page: 200

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Why do some schools succeed while others struggle? Why do policies and programs often fail to deliver what they promise? In this follow-up to their insightful School Culture Rewired: How to Define, Assess, and Transform It, authors Steve Gruenert and Todd Whitaker offer practical advice and strategies that help you build positive energy to reinvigorate your school’s culture and staff. Written as a standalone guide, School Culture Recharged clarifies the difference between culture and climate and zeroes in on key school improvement efforts, including * Moving from the culture you have to the culture you want; * Using the school’s culture to improve teaching, job satisfaction, and morale; * Maximizing the intentions of professional learning communities; and * Developing organizational habits--rules and rituals--that can contribute to positive change. For education leaders at all levels, this book delivers a compelling message: Understanding and harnessing the transformative power of school culture can propel your school into the kind of place where teachers want to work, administrators can focus on what matters most, and students can thrive.
Categories: Education

The Voice

The Voice

Any memory , if established as resulting from past life learning - even if only a little - points to pre - existence . Most of us reveal past life learning in inherent skills or traits . On this point , Socrates would be entirely ...

Author: L. Edward VanHoose

Publisher: We Publish Books

ISBN: 1929841078

Category: Reincarnation

Page: 288

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This work is the result of arduous hours of research - entitled Biblical Cases of the Reincarnation Type - developed during my graduate studies. Many have marveled at the finding's persuasiveness and have suggested their publication. The result is the very up beat and "reader friendly" volume now in your hands. The Voice, like its previous incarnation, offers the first demonstrable case for reincarnation in the Bible that is objective. It doesn't solely rely on how an author interprets a verse or suggests the subject, was surreptitiously removed from the scriptures. My research methods essentially emulated those of University of Virginia Psychiatrist, Ian Stevenson M.D. For forty years, he investigated cases of young children remembering a past life. His landmark work, Twenty Cases Suggestive of Reincarnation, has been in print since 1966.
Categories: Reincarnation

The Voice at 3 00 A M

The Voice at 3 00 A M

past-lives. therapy. They explained to me the bloody bandages On the floor in the maternity ward in Rochester, N.Y., Cured the backache I acquired bowing to my old master, Made me stop putting thumbtacks round my bed.

Author: Charles Simic

Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

ISBN: 9780547546322

Category: Poetry

Page: 192

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Charles Simic has been widely celebrated for his brilliant poetic imagery; his social, political, and moral alertness; his uncanny ability to make the ordinary extraordinary; and not least, the sardonic humor all his own. Gathering much of his material from the seemingly mundane minutiae of contemporary American culture, Simic matches meditations on spiritual concerns and the weight of history with a nimble wit, shifting effortlessly to moments of clear vision and intense poetic revelation. Chosen as one of the New York Library's 25 Books to Remember for 2003, The Voice at 3:00 A. M. was also nominated for a National Book Award. The recipient of many prizes, Simic most recently received Canada's Griffin Prize. The poems in this collection--spanning two decades of his work--present a rich and varied survey of a remarkable lyrical journey. In the Street Beauty, dark goddess, We met and parted As though we parted not. Like two stopped watches In a dusty store window, One golden morning of time.
Categories: Poetry

The American Review

The American Review

On the second day of January , in the superior ; and it is that colony , or more current year , a table of the past , and present , correctly , congeries of colonies , now a and what we may expect to be the future confederated nation ...

Author: George Hooker Colton


ISBN: PRNC:32101042845675

Category: American literature


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Categories: American literature

The Genesis of the Bible

The Genesis of the Bible

I am a son of Chronos, a voice of what is to be, and what is to come. I am the voice from the past, echoing into the soul of the present. For I speak the truth from the souls and spirits of the dead now living in the Afrikan Community ...

Author: Shaka Saye Bambata Dolo

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 1467024465

Category: Religion

Page: 820

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This book is about Christianity, Islam, Judaism, and how the Arabs and Europeans took these Afrikan Religious Belief Systems from ancient Egypt, North Afrika and used them during The Trans-Sahara Afrikan Slave Trade by the Arabs in the name of Allah, and followed by The Transatlantic Afrikan Slave Trade by the Europeans in the name of Jesus, to enslave the bodies, minds, and souls of the Afrikan Race. This book is about the “Jesus’ Deception” that has been passed on down through history by European historians, that is still being taught around the world today. This book takes a provocative intellectual, scholastic, historical, cultural, and sociological look at the Bible. This book identifies the names of the translators of the King James Bible of 1611 A. D., and when the chapters and verses in the Bible were created and who created them. The purpose of this book is to expose the historical, cultural, sociological, religious and theological lies of the Europeans and the Arabs. This book reveals the truth of the origination of The Bible, as “There Is No Religion Higher Than The Truth”. Join me in an intellectual odyssey through time. Here, I feel like a Lone Warrior standing before a mighty army. Come with me on this perilous pilgrimage as we travel through a parallel universe. I dedicate this book to my mother and father who gave me life. To the rest of my Native Afrikan family for supporting me and encouraging me on this publishing venture. To the Heavenly Father, without whom none of this would be possible. There are others I would also like to thank for being a part of helping me through this journey called Life, such as my professors at the Alabama State University where many a great scholars paths I have crossed. To my American family and friends in Mobile, Alabama who nurtured and taught me from childhood to adulthood. The many friends and colleagues I met in my travels all across America in my intellectual journey, and last but certainly not least, to my publisher for granting me the opportunity to speak to many all around the world in this forum. I am eternally indebted to you all-Thank you.
Categories: Religion

Jack Mercer the Voice of Popeye

Jack Mercer  the Voice of Popeye

So many people kept calling my husband about it and I'm sure, after reading the article, some began to doubt that Jack Mercer is the voice of Popeye and has been for the past twenty years, right up to less that two years ago when the ...

Author: Fred M. Grandinetti

Publisher: BearManor Media


Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 208

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"It's as informed, breezy and fun as you sense Jack Mercer would have wanted." - Filmfax Discover an animation sensation. Jack Mercer, an actor that progressed from Vaudeville to working as an apprentice animator at Fleischer Studios soon filled in as a replacement for exiting Billy Costello to duplicate the voice Billy originated for their popular Popeye the Sailor cartoon character. Mercer flourished. His versatile voice characterizations supplied the sound for Felix the Cat ,Wimpy, Poopdeck Pappy, Popeye's nephews, King Little, Twinkletoes the Carrier Pigeon, and the bumbling spies Sneak, Snoop, and Snitch in Fleischer's Gulliver's Travels, as well as many others. Completely illustrated with an A - Z character list, discography, and massive credit list. 296 pages.
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

Beckett Lacan and the Voice

Beckett  Lacan  and the Voice

Hence his admiration for the voice's past elocution (EJ, 363), or for 'the green one': 'Spirit made light.... To borrow your expression....' (365). These images represent the banishment of all obscurity contained in the gaping hole of ...

Author: Llewellyn Brown

Publisher: Columbia University Press

ISBN: 9783838268194

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 470

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The voice traverses Beckett’s work in its entirety, defining its space and its structure. Emanating from an indeterminate source situated outside the narrators and characters, while permeating the very words they utter, it proves to be incessant. It can alternatively be violently intrusive, or embody a calming presence. Literary creation will be charged with transforming the mortification it inflicts into a vivifying relationship to language. In the exploration undertaken here, Lacanian psychoanalysis offers the means to approach the voice’s multiple and fundamentally paradoxical facets with regards to language that founds the subject’s vital relation to existence. Far from seeking to impose a rigid and purely abstract framework, this study aims to highlight the singularity and complexity of Beckett’s work, and to outline a potentially vast field of investigation.
Categories: Literary Criticism

Composing for Voice

Composing for Voice

1 The Voice Today : An Evaluation This chapter examines attitudes to the voice , past and present . Beginning with the problem of defining the term vocal writing , it attempts to summarize the problems concerning composers working with ...

Author: Paul Barker

Publisher: Psychology Press

ISBN: 0415941865

Category: Music

Page: 205

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A formidable challenge to the study of Roma (Gypsy) music is the muddle of fact and fiction in determining identity. This book investigates "Gypsy music" as a marked and marketable exotic substance, and as a site of active cultural negotiation and appropriation between the real Roma and the idealized Gypsies of the Western imagination. David Malvinni studies specific composers-including Liszt, Brahms, Rachmaninov, Janacek, and Bartók-whose work takes up contested and varied configurations of Gypsy music. The music of these composers is considered alongside contemporary debates over popular music and film, as Malvinni argues that Gypsiness remains impervious to empirical revelations about the "real" Roma.
Categories: Music