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INT 244 Grand Canyon Week 4 Complete Work By Nic Klaus
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To get this tutorial follow this link: http://dodohelp.com/INT-244-Grand-Canyon/INT-244-Grand-Canyon-Week-4-Complete-Work INT 244 Grand Canyon Week 4 Discussion 1 Assess the Three Ways of Hinduism... More > in terms of their ability to provide a sense of meaning, community, and ultimately “salvation.” In your view, are these ways capable of providing a helpful means toward achieving these goals? Explain. INT 244 Grand Canyon Week 4 Discussion 2 Describe 3 beliefs key beliefs of Jainism and/or Sikhism. How similar are these beliefs to those found in Hinduism? INT 244 Grand Canyon Week 4 Assignment< Less
The Desert Hat By Ed Rosenthal
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The “poet-broker” Ed Rosenthal was inspired by surviving alone in the Mojave Desert for six and a half days. The lyrical result of his ordeal, "The Desert Hat," consist of 36... More > poems illustrated with 12 photographs of his hat and Salvation Canyon where he spent most of his time. Rosenthal’s poetry does not recount his experience in detail; it is not replete with maps, photographs, and a day-by-day account of his adventures. Instead, we gain an insight into what it means to be truly lost and found, to survive the strangest of desert nights and return to the heart of the city… with a newly found wisdom and zest for life. With an introduction by Ruth Nolan and photos by Maja Trochimczyk, and Ken and Wendy Sims.< Less
The Desert Hat By Ed Rosenthal
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The “poet-broker” Ed Rosenthal was inspired by surviving alone in the Mojave Desert for six and a half days without food or water. The lyrical result of his ordeal, "The Desert... More > Hat," consist of 36 poems illustrated with 12 photographs of his hat and Salvation Canyon where he spent most of his time. Rosenthal’s poetry does not recount his experience in detail; it is not replete with maps, photographs, and a day-by-day account of his adventures. Instead, we gain an insight into what it means to be truly lost and found, to survive the strangest of desert nights and return to the heart of the city… with a newly found wisdom and zest for life. With an introduction by Ruth Nolan and photos by Maja Trochimczyk, and Ken and Wendy Sims.< Less
Down By the Riverside By Wes Boyd
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The Grand Canyon can change lives, and with the help of some of the people and things Nanci Chladek found there it changed hers more than most. Once a prisoner of many irresponsible bad choices, she... More > had been near ending her life. Her dramatic turn away from the life she'd once led cleaned up her act and had made her become pretty religious as she learned to be a Grand Canyon boatman. With a future in front of her that she had once nearly given up on having, she has to figure out what to do with it. It will take her family, her friends, and her newfound faith to help her work it out.< Less
The Marauders By Robert Gay
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What would you do if something you loved was threatened? When adventurer Rob Fowler and his gang of outdoor junkies come across a pristine cliff dwelling in south-eastern Utah, all their lives are... More > changed. But things are never easy in the desert. No sooner than they learn of this amazing oasis, the possibility that it may be taken away from them rears its head. Leaving a trail of destruction behind them, The Marauders blaze a path across the high plateaus and deep canyons of southeastern Utah, looking for peace, salvation, and escape. Whether they find it is up to how fast they can run - and if fate doesn't have other plans. Touching on issues of wilderness ethics, the ownership of spirituality, and the state of the environmental movement, The Marauders stands as a commentary about and an extension of other works. A must-read for those that are interested in the ethics of the backcountry of the Colorado Plateau< Less
The Marauders By Robert Gay
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What would you do if something you loved was threatened? When adventurer Rob Fowler and his gang of outdoor junkies come across a pristine cliff dwelling in south-eastern Utah, all their lives are... More > changed. But things are never easy in the desert. No sooner than they learn of this amazing oasis, the possibility that it may be taken away from them rears its head. Leaving a trail of destruction behind them, The Marauders blaze a path across the high plateaus and deep canyons of southeastern Utah, looking for peace, salvation, and escape. Whether they find it is up to how fast they can run - and if fate doesn't have other plans. Touching on issues of wilderness ethics, the ownership of spirituality, and the state of the environmental movement, The Marauders stands as a commentary about and an extension of other works. A must-read for those that are interested in the ethics of the backcountry of the Colorado Plateau.< Less
The Marauders By Robert Gay
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What would you do if something you loved was threatened? When adventurer Rob Fowler and his gang of outdoor junkies come across a pristine cliff dwelling in south-eastern Utah, all their lives are... More > changed. But things are never easy in the desert. No sooner than they learn of this amazing oasis, the possibility that it may be taken away from them rears its head. Leaving a trail of destruction behind them, The Marauders blaze a path across the high plateaus and deep canyons of southeastern Utah, looking for peace, salvation, and escape. Whether they find it is up to how fast they can run - and if fate doesn't have other plans. Touching on issues of wilderness ethics, the ownership of spirituality, and the state of the environmental movement, The Marauders stands as a commentary about and an extension of other works. A must-read for those that are interested in the ethics of the backcountry of the Colorado Plateau.< Less
The Marauders By Robert Gay
eBook (PDF): $5.99
What would you do if something you loved was threatened? When adventurer Rob Fowler and his gang of outdoor junkies come across a pristine cliff dwelling in south-eastern Utah, all their lives are... More > changed. But things are never easy in the desert. No sooner than they learn of this amazing oasis, the possibility that it may be taken away from them rears its head. Leaving a trail of destruction behind them, The Marauders blaze a path across the high plateaus and deep canyons of southeastern Utah, looking for peace, salvation, and escape. Whether they find it is up to how fast they can run - and if fate doesn't have other plans. Touching on issues of wilderness ethics, the ownership of spirituality, and the state of the environmental movement, The Marauders stands as a commentary about and an extension of other works. A must-read for those that are interested in the ethics of the backcountry of the Colorado Plateau< Less
Born Again By Clint McCowan
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It’s an awful quandary to be a Mormon father who is unworthy to baptize your daughter. As a cowboy intellectual, Hyrum James must carefully navigate the austere religion that stands... More > sentinel-like over his small town. While his eight-year-old daughter Clara understands her father’s delicate position, Hyrum’s ex-wife Jesse can’t comprehend why he won’t fall in line and be a good Mormon man. In rural Utah what is personal is also communal and social expectations carry with them the twin barbs of shame and guilt. As the community drama unfolds, Hyrum seeks solace in the canyon wilderness where he encounters a majestic mule deer. While Clara, the drunkard LeByron brothers, and a Navajo woman buoy him up; the noble animal shows Hyrum the path to salvation. Rising above the rigid confines of Mormonism allows Hyrum to heal his world, stand tall, and value his neighbors in all their contradictions and complexities.< Less