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Surviving War By Roberta Culbertson
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Surviving War honors feelings that are intense and painful, and calls upon the power of beauty, honesty and the spiritual to comfort and heal.
Surviving War By Roberta Culbertson
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Surviving War honors feelings that are intense and painful, and calls upon the power of beauty, honesty and the spiritual to comfort and heal.
Survival By Alessandro Scirocco
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Jack and Colin fight to stay alive. As the world is coming to and end they are meeting many people on the way. Some good some bad. It's now time to fight.
Survival By ANTHONY M ORTIZ
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A back story to the first twilight movie. It is the year 2008; a mysterious vampire uprising is taking place in Antioch, California. Once a regular human being from the mid 1900s, to a lost hybrid... More > trying to find clarity in his new life, will go through a series of conflicts with some known characters from the film, as well as other characters that were created specifically for a different purpose. Remus Mcknight (The main protagonist) will go through his inner and outer conflicts to avenge his father's death, as well as his best friend's death Amelia Wiley. The main antagonist, Cornelius Rabbert, plays a crucial in Remus' human life, and equally crucial in the vampire world. Remus slowly begins to understand that if we want salvation, we have to fight for it; sometimes take life in order to keep that salvation from getting taken away a second time.< Less
Survival By ANTHONY M ORTIZ
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A back story to the first twilight movie. It is the year 2008; a mysterious vampire uprising is taking place in Antioch, California. Once a regular human being from the mid 1900s, to a lost hybrid... More > trying to find clarity in his new life, will go through a series of conflicts with some known characters from the film, as well as other characters that were created specifically for a different purpose. Remus Mcknight (The main protagonist) will go through his inner and outer conflicts to avenge his father's death, as well as his best friend's death Amelia Wiley. The main antagonist, Cornelius Rabbert, plays a crucial in Remus' human life, and equally crucial in the vampire world. Remus slowly begins to understand that if we want salvation, we have to fight for it; sometimes take life in order to keep that salvation from getting taken away a second time.< Less
Surviving By Ellie Ohiso, Akira Ohiso
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This graphic work of non-fiction explores the concept of ‘surviving’ in terms of what it means to be Jewish. Akira Ohiso, half-Japanese half-Irish, is a recent convert to Judaism. As a... More > new Jew, he struggles with his role within the religion and in the face of a fresh fear, anti-Semitism. Through the process of conversion, Akira learned his maternal great-grandfather, Jules, was a silent Jew that suppressed his Jewish identity. After his death, the family found a simple Kiddush cup, a vestige of a hidden past. At the time of his conversion, Akira helped Holocaust survivors continue to survive. The book represents the triumvirate of endurance: Akira’s struggle with Judaism and Jules’ reemergence set against the backdrop of Akira’s retelling of Holocaust stories. Surviving takes an intimate look into the stories of related Jews on both sides of a century and the horror settled in between.< Less
The Jewish War of Survival By Arnold Leese
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Written by the pre-war leader of the Imperial Fascist League, this book offers proof that powerful Jews were the major force pushing for the war. Leese argued that behind the world unrest at that... More > time was a Judeocentric design to build a Jewish world police state on the ruins of the ‘Gentile’ nations. The author refutes every argument given at the time on why Britain should have entered World War II. Many were the same as were later given with respect to the invasion of Iraq, e.g.: “We are meeting a challenge to our security.” This volume shows how Hitler wanted peace with Great Britain, but International Jewry wanted conflict and war, and they got their way. It quotes Jewish sources and their cronies in which they acknowledge the Jewish elite’s power, desire, and need for war in order to survive.< Less
Nuclear War Survival Skills By Cresson H. Kearny
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With the collapse of the Soviet Union, the unimaginable catastrophe of all out nuclear war has become truly im- probable. At the same time this unexpected event taught a lesson: being prepared for... More > trouble may help to eliminate the source of trouble.< Less
The War. By Randy Boyd
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The warring angel Cazzbein is sent to protect Ethan Brooks, a young undercover detective that the forces of darkness want to bring down the road to ruin before God's divine purpose can flourish in... More > his life. But first Ethan must survive the underhanded tutelage of his two dirty training officers before they pull him into a tangled web of corruption.< Less
The War By Daniel Vance
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Trauma victim and Christian counselor Daniel J. Vance MS, LPC, NCC, offers his personal and professional insight into overcoming Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). In 1966, he somehow survived a... More > violent car crash that took the lives of his parents, and left him seriously injured. He was conscious throughout the accident. He went on to live with PTSD well into his 40s without even being aware he had PTSD. This book explains PTSD -- Vance is a Licensed Professional Counselor -- and offers extensive passages from Vance's own journal that illustrate not only what PTSD is like inside the mind of a person with it, but also ways to diminish its effects. Though he writes from a Christian perspective, people of all faiths can learn.< Less