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Not Too Far: A Journey of Words By Eileen Herbert Hugo
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Not Too Far is a book of poetry of place, relationship, observation, history and personal moments caught on the poet’s pen. Playful and serious, unforgiving and compassionate, Eileen offers an... More > original take on subjects both familiar and mysterious. If you read Eileen Hugo’s poems too quickly you might end up with whip­lash. She will snap you from nostalgia about childhood that might not actually be mostly about childhood to a tongue­in­ cheek sensuality that might mean exactly what it says; or not. These poems are well made, lyrical bits of real life as it was lived. Sometimes the poet is the observer, sometimes the actor, but always intensely within the emotion. As you peek into this life open yourself to intense feeling and be sure you stop and take a breath once in a while. Del Cain –Director Austin International Poetry Festival.< Less
Memories of Red Dragonfly By Augustin K. S. Song
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Sunny and happy remembrances of my childhood are associated with red dragonflies. In summer and early autumn a very large number appear in the country side, dancing around gracefully. When I left... More > Korea in 1958 for France memories of flying red dragonflies followed me. This book is about the tensions, surprises and sometimes happiness of a life lived far away from my cultural roots. There are three parts. The first part describes my childhood in Korea under Japanese rule, followed by the division of the country and a devastating conflict between the two divided lands. It continues with my life of student in France filled with euphoric discoveries of the new culture. The second part is a collection of snap shots of impressions or observations as I traveled in the course of my scientific career. In the third part I talk my minds on such subjects as religion or art from the view point of an Oriental living in the West.< Less
Beyond the Fence By Kenneth Hattan
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Beyond the Fence is a collection of snap shots, taken from the road, while riding my motorcycle around the United States, but mostly in the Pacific Northwest. I'm not a photographer, but have had a... More > few classes and practiced Architecture for most of my life. I have always been in love with the simplicity of agricultural structures, and the visual expression of the farmer's health, success, and attitude. This collection was taken from 2010 to 2014. If you have my first coffee table picture book, "Barn Me", you will notice some of the barns are repeats. The differences will be the year, time of year and vantage point. I had a lot to choose from, and the idea to separate out the ones with a fence in the picture came to mind. It's hard not to enjoy barn pictures, so please enjoy these as much as I had fun finding them.< Less
The Gatsby Enigma By Anne-Marie Moscatelli
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The debacle of The Great Gatsby’s ending carries a sense of incompleteness. This is because Gatsby’s death seems almost artificial. Why did Fitzgerald destroy his formidable character... More > at the end? Was it to signify that dreams only belong to the rich and influential people? What happened to the magician, who vanished at the turn of one’s head and had the power to change rules at the snap of his fingers? This sequel with flashbacks from the original novel pays close attention to those charged signs, which provide a reliable evidence for the bold hypothesis that Gatsby was not the victim of the pool shooting. Based on logical deductions extrapolated from Fitzgerald’s text, this interpretation attempts at shedding light into some of the unexplained facts pervading the original. Purists may consider this work a defacing of Fitzgerald’s masterpiece, but The Great Gatsby is so unique and ethereal a creation… why not pursue the dream?< Less
Religion & Healthy Aging By Kendall Brune
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This book was completed as part of a doctoral dissertation. It is not a complete piece, but a snap shot for family, friends and collegues. Religion is a source of comfort to some and a conflict to... More > others. A study done by Gallop at Princeton claimed that a vast majority of Americans (94%) claim to believe in God. Koenig’s study found that among older Americans, 98% believe in God, and pray. Mangan, et al found that physicians tend to ignore religious issues in the care of their patients. However, this trend is changing. As reported by Koenig, 2002 two thirds of the medical schools offered required or elective courses on religion, spirituality, and medicine. Considering that the elderly think religion is important, that religion likely benefits health outcomes, and that religion is without financial cost, health care providers should include religion in the care of their elderly patients.< Less
Aitareya Upanishad: The World - a Creation of the Self By Janki Parikh
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The Aitareya Upanishad is number 8 of the 10 Primary Upanishads. It explores the deeply intriguing philosophical theme of the creation of the world. ​ In the beginning, the Upanishad says,... More > there was just the One, Undivided, Absolute Self known as Atman, or Brahman. In this state of undividedness, Atman contemplated duality, and in a snap, the worlds were created! ​ After creating this entire the sea of Creation, Atman contemplated upon itself: Who am I? Am I the one who sees, smells, tastes, feels, hears, breathes? ​ Atman answers itself: I am perception, mastery, wisdom, consciousness, prudence, insight, steadfastness, intelligence, contemplation, drive, remembrance, determination, purpose, spirit, the defeating of desires. All these are but various names of Prajna – Consciousness! ​ This culminates into one of the four “Mahavakyas” of Vedanta: ​ “Prajnanam Brahma” - Consciousness is Brahman! Read on... this is a journey of self-realization from which there is no turning back!< Less
Is Hitler In Heaven? By Mike Cullison
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Hitler believed in God, and the Bible says that if you believe in God, then you go to Heaven. So according to the Bible, Hitler is in Heaven. Hitler was a deeply religious and God fearing man, he... More > believed in God, believed that Jesus Christ was the son of God, so how could Hitler not be in Heaven? The Bible doesn’t say you go to hell if you kill 50 million people. God didn't create man, man created God, and Christianity was invented. The Bible is wrong, God is not an all powerful being that created the universe with the snap of his fingers, Jesus is not the son of God, and Santa Clause is not real. The human race needs to start using their brains and ask the question why. Too many people in this world listen to anything anyone tells them. Technology is the only true religion and the path to a brighter future. This book explores the questions of humanity, religion, science, evolution, and the Universe.< Less
Drawn to Darkness: Volume 1 By Hubert Crowell
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Fear struck them to the bone, but curiosity overcame the fear as they inched toward the den. There in the round room was a big black bear curled up for the cold snap. Very quietly Matthew, followed... More > by the rest, eased by the opening to the den and continued to follow the leaves, then he saw it, up through the rock a beam of light. He climbed out between the boulders onto the side of the mountain, much higher up than where they had entered. Matthew, Clair, John, and Joann had grown close in the small Tennessee town, playing along with the mountain and the river that flowed into the nearby lake. When they found a small rock with a pictograph of an Indian carrying something strange they set off on a quest to solve the mystery of what may be hidden in a cave along the Piney River. Ed, a hermit who lived on the mountain had found some Indian relics and believing for years they had hidden gold somewhere in the area, spent his life searching for it.< Less
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Don't Sweat with Windows 7 By Zahid Ameer
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Easy ways to operate and use the latest windows OS! Basically windows 7 is touted to be the new revolutionary application that is faster, easier to use and more flexible in providing the user with... More > fun and fulfilling hours from its use. The windows 7, is an improvement of other windows applications with more powerful additions that create the overall better operating system for the user in general. Among the new additions would be Aero Peek, Aero Snap and Aero Shake. Get all the info you need here. Below are the information that you are about to learn: + The basics of windows 7 + Discover the windows 7 mysteries + Securing windows 7 + Working with programs and files + Printing in windows 7 + Understanding Control Panel + Recover your windows from a crash + Computer networking in windows 7 + Entertainment with windows 7 + And so much more...< Less