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Everything2 Remembers September 11, 2001 By Everything2 Dayloggers
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This is a collection of daylogs from Everything2, created on September 11, 2001. It captures the initial reactions of 32 members to a well-known and very public tragedy, as well a virtually unknown... More > and very private tragedy.< Less
P.S. I Love You By From me to my Everything; You
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Everything will be By Lauren Santorio
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Jack Kerouac once said, “All human beings are also dream beings. Dreaming ties all mankind together.” Remnants of powerful dream imagery has fascinated many while feeding imagination and... More > personal development. Dreams are a soulful territory, and thus sometimes seem to have the power to flow from one soul to another. Here, Lauren Santorio has assembled a collection of short descriptive poems and stories that revolve around plots and imagery within her own vivid dreams. The realness of a dream can often result in feelings of frustration. Dreams might follow conventional narratives, yet at times take carnival-like twists and turns. The reader can either try to understand the consciousness of the author or compare their own dreams to the ones described here. The readings, like dreams themselves, seem to at times change how we perceive or expect conventional narratives to occur. It is this “change” that allows for new reflections of ourselves and exploration of the unordinary, irrational unconscious.< Less
Everything By Robert T. Wood
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A philosophical look at the complex interconnectivity of everything throughout the universe. "Everything" presents a unique perspective about the reality of existence, the meaning of life,... More > and the true impact of a birth, death, and even a marriage. A Zen-based, thought-provoking text about relationships between human beings and all life as well as the spirit world, and the impact that everyone makes on the universe.< Less
EVERYTHING By Robert T. Wood
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A philosophical look at the complex interconnectivity of everything throughout the universe. "Everything" presents a unique perspective about the reality of existence, the meaning of life,... More > and the true impact of a birth, death, and even a marriage. A Zen-based, thought-provoking text about relationships between human beings and all life as well as the spirit world, and the impact that everyone makes on the universe.< Less
Everything By vincenzo cornetto, cenzo cornetto
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The full collection of poetry by cenzo cornetto spanning the years 1994 - 2007.
Everything By Faisal Reza
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Enter the worlds where werewolves, cannibals, ghosts, mummy, and murderers exist. They all come together in a place, i don't know if they will come to my house when i sleep at night.
everything By Paul Cote´
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The photography of Paul Cote´
And Then There Is Everything By Sidney Gray, Eran Hornick
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In wild myths, two writers sew together dream and distortion—here recollections of homeless life flash against giant squid, the stories told by numbers, and the creation of the world.
Everything is Everything By Pepper Pace
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In 1977 12-year old Vanessa White lives just out of reach of the projects that both scare and entice her. It is the year that she meets 14-year old Scotty Tremont, one of the few white boys to live... More > in the ghetto. Initially afraid that Scotty intends to beat her up because her cousin called him white trash, Vanessa soon learns that although Scotty is a ‘Trick Baby’ and will probably be a dope boy just like his brother, he also somehow manages to be compassionate. Scotty is learning something as well; that his path has not been laid out before him and that everything isn’t necessarily everything. This two part book series takes the reader back to the 70’s style urban lit stories of life in the ghetto. It begins in the 70s and moves throughout the decades following the lives of people whose stories have intertwined in a romantic, tragic, sometimes funny tale of street life. This story is for adult readers only and contains mature themes including language, sex, violence, drugs and racism.< Less