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Open By Linda Morey
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Linda Morey's life has been full of challenges but she has come through them honest, unbroken and above all open. In this sometimes raw but always real collection of poetry she shares her highs and... More > lows and the difference that faith and taking responsibility can make.< Less
The Opening By Daniel Pageon
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How to succeed at speaking another language! Through Daniel's life experience you will understand how your next investment in a language course will bring its rewards. You will know which language... More > to choose and why. And you will communicate and speak in another language for the rest of your life. It will open doors and broaden your horizon! Daniel puts great emphasis on speaking, he believes that it is a good way to improve.< Less
Openings By Frank Roberts
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The photographs in this book were taken on a cross-country trip from Arizona to Indiana in the summer of 2006. They are photographs of old, neglected doors and windows in abandoned buildings and... More > houses in several small Midwestern towns. The project was an attempt to correlate images with quotations from authors whose writings have influenced my life.< Less
Open Life: The Philosophy of Open Source By Henrik Ingo
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The hot topics in information technology right now are Linux and Open Source. But what does Open Source offer those, who may not see their computer as a matter of life and death? Open Life: The... More > Philosophy of Open Source spotlights the people, businesses, values and practices of the Open Source world. Divided into four parts, Open Life starts rather philosophically by comparing the concepts of openness and mean-spiritedness highlighting the latter’s devious impact on our life. Part Two explores the Open Source culture from the time Linus Torvalds began writing code for his new operating system, how he behaves as a leader, and stating the virtues of a programmer. Part Three reviews some Open Source business models and evaluates both their economic and ethical sustainability. Leaving the world of software behind, Part Four considers how open business models can be applied in fields as diverse as mining, literature, and fashion design.< Less
The Life We Live By Open Books
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The idea was deceptively simple: in seven short weeks, Open Books would help a cadre of talented middle school students from Chalmers School find their voices, and publish those voices into polished... More > memoirs. During that time, we would also seek inspiration from Nikki Grimes’ Bronx Masquerade, a wonderful novel about a group of students who learn to accept each other through their writing. You hold the result in your hands. The stories that populate this book are rich in detail, large in scope, and completely truthful. They are the stories of our students’ lives: what they love, who they admire, what they dream of becoming, lessons they have learned along the way. There is much wisdom in these pages, and much we can glean from their experience.< Less
Life Beyond School: RTW Chicago Talent 2011 By Open Books
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In the fall of 2011, 22 honors students from Chicago Talent Development Charter High School set out on a difficult journey. For the next 10 weeks, these sophomores delved into the immense project... More > ahead of them: they read together, discussed their ideas, and scripted personal narratives and imaginative poems about the myriad challenges they've overcome. Each week, the students worked closely with Open Books program leaders and a dedicated group of literacy coaches to learn, write, perfect, edit, and share their words and knowledge. Life Beyond School is the result of their hard work. This anthology contains remarkable prose and poetry straight from the minds and hearts of a wise and thoughtful group of students. Their memoirs will make you smile, cry, and sometimes wince, but they are the true stories that make up this group's lives and experiences.< Less
Shelfff Life By Wyide Open Research
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A description of personal experience and knowledge about certain aspects of life that are essential to wealth, happiness, and legacy.
With Open Heart and Open Mind By Joseph Goss
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In the past, poetry has been the voice of its generation. Its writers have appealed to the masses with beautiful imagery and skillful plays on words. Poetry, however, speaks not only to one's senses... More > and emotions, but to one's very soul as well. With Open Heart and Open Mind seeks to do just that, connecting with readers throughout various walks of life with heartfelt, meaningful poetry. This collection is the result of four years of writing, with inspiration found in places such as pain, nature, and love, as well as influence found in the works of Poe, Tennyson, and Shelley. With Open Heart and Open Mind focuses on the frailty of the human condition, the complex relationship between love and pain, and the fantasies of the mind. It is composed of three sections: Reflections, Of Love And Loss, and A Mind's Eye View; altogether containing a total of fifty poems.< Less
Opening Your Life To The Possibilities By Tonya Merriweather Gipson
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The purpose of this book is to help you organize and realize all of your possibilities that are available to you in life.
Fountain of Life Opened Up By John Flavel
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Theologian John Flavel was a 15th century Puritan living in England. He was a prolific writer, and produced at least 10 major works. Fountain of Life Opened Up is a collection of 42 of his sermons,... More > most of which focus on the life, work, and importance of Christ. Flavel's writing is often grandiose, giving his words a sense of great importance. He follows the typical Puritan style of prose, so his sermons will surely take a lot of thought on the part of the reader, but they ultimately exhibit a mastery of the subject of Christ and will be useful for those looking for deep theology on the subject. This edition also includes an index of scripture and commentaries cited, which is helpful for the student of Flavel. -Abby Zwart, CCEL Staff Writer< Less