A Look Through My Eyes

Author: Everard Knights

Publisher: Xulon Press

ISBN: 1612157858

Category: Religion

Page: 314

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The book tells the story about a family and the fears that we encountered as we lived in silence to avoid shame and the possibility of financial destitution through our silent journeys through three different countries. The book speaks about honor and friendship and the feeling you get from doing what you believe is right. It points out the cruelty of man kind and how even the closest to you can be cruel and without feelings. You will learn how some times a decision must be made as a result off death threats and physical violence. By being exposed to death and violence at a very young age sometimes leaves the person in a desensitized way. You'll have an opportunity to learn of the abuse I suffered and the mental and physical abuse both my mother and I suffered. I challenge anyone that reads this book to not learn from what they've read and not to be more vigilant in making sure that there children are safe and not too have too wear a self conscious mask each morning and every night. The events which is spoken off is true and may be painful to digest however I believe it also shows how one can change their life with the strength and belief in the lord. Please read and give whatever help you can to anyone that you may believe that's living within a mask. Enjoy.
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Through My Eyes: A Story of a Teenage Female at War

Author: Maura Walsh

Publisher: Fulton Books, Inc.

ISBN: 1633380920

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: N.A

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Through My Eyes: A Story of a Teenage Female in War is the first of its kind. It shares the author’s experience as a 19 year old female soldier, sent straight to war without ever unpacking her bags from basic training. She was 3rd Infantry Division 7th Cavalry based out of Fort Stewart, Georgia; the first of the Army to cross the threshold into Iraq during Operation Iraqi Freedom in 2003. She, along with 480 men, were sent off to war without anticipating their return back home. This is a story of battered innocence, thrill, shock, torture, sexism and war. Being in the middle of the desert with little to no support, the odds were all against us. It was their terrain, their resources with unlimited supply of ammo. It was the perfect recipe for a massacre.
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Through My Eyes

Author: Tim Tebow,Nathan Whitaker

Publisher: Harper Collins

ISBN: 0062072153

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 272

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FormerUniversity of Florida star quarterback, 2010 first-round draft pick for theDenver Broncos, and devout Christian Tim Tebow tellsthe story of his faith, his life, and his career in football in Through MyEyes. Written with Nathan Whitaker, the New York Times bestsellingcoauthor of Quiet Strength, with Tony Dungy, Through My Eyes givesfans a first look into the heart of an athlete whose talent and devotion havemade him one of the most provocative figures in football.
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Through My Eyes

Poems, Dreams, and Thoughts

Author: Deyanira Villalta

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1462852394

Category: Poetry

Page: 61

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My hope is you find something in one of these pieces that resonates with your life experience. My hope is we will talk about and explore more of what makes us human, makes us real, and makes us live the lives that we are meant to. Capture the many facets of love, life, and everything in between through a poet’s eyes. In this collection of poems, dreams, and thoughts, Deyanira Villalta taps the inner recesses of her soul and pens down pieces that are bound to comfort, move, and inspire. Take a flight of breathtaking lyrical rapture in the engrossing pages of Through My Eyes.
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Through My Eyes

SURVIVING A DISTURBING CHILDHOOD IN THE 60’s

Author: Karen Burleson Crawford

Publisher: WestBow Press

ISBN: 1449707556

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 312

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We woke up with a bowl of cereal to Captain Kangaroo and Mr. Green Jeans on the Motorola and went to bed with a transistor radio on our pillow after the Ed Sullivan Show and Gunsmoke. In between we played hop scotch, marbles and jumped roped. We roller skated- if we could find the key that helped hook them to our hard-sole shoes- on the smoothest sidewalks in the neighborhood and built tents over the family clothesline. We played hide-and-seek and kick the can, and when day turned into dusk and we’d finished with dinner, there was spotlight to reunite us for an hour or so until it was time to return home. We dove in piles of leaves in the fall, rode sleds down the biggest hill we could find in the winter, and played in the pool, lake or stream until we had only enough energy to peddle our Huffy or Schwinn home at the end of those long summer days. And if we couldn’t go outside, we played Old Maid, Fish, Monopoly and Clue or put a stack of 45’s on the RCA Victor in our room. Growing up in the 1960’s was idyllic. For most of us any way. Some, though...
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Through My Eyes

Author: Samuel Blechman

Publisher: The Puddin'head Press

ISBN: 9780961587932

Category:

Page: 136

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Through My Eyes

Author: Stephanie J. Walker-Pérez

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1462803229

Category: Poetry

Page: 156

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I was diagnosed with Cancer in early 2006. But God sent to me a prophetess who revealed an awesome message. He had given me a gift that hed not yet revealed to me. I glowed throughout my Cancer battle, my faith was unshakeable. Strength was in me that was undeniable throughout my Cancer ordeal. After having three surgeries, a terrible reaction to a chemo treatment, one day I picked up my ink pen again and started writing. The gift had been revealed and has become my love and passion. This book is an accumulation of everything I received from the Holy Spirit. He still gives me poems and stories and yes, I listen and write them down, even, at three or four in the morning. Following my Spoken Word reads there were many requests for a book so, here we are Through My Eyes.
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Through My Eyes

Author: Ruby Bridges

Publisher: Scholastic Inc.

ISBN: 0545708036

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 64

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In November 1960, all of America watched as a tiny six-year-old black girl, surrounded by federal marshals, walked through a mob of screaming segregationists and into her school. An icon of the civil rights movement, Ruby Bridges chronicles each dramatic step of this pivotal event in history through her own words.
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Through My Eyes

Author: Erika Bucklin

Publisher: Through My Eyes

ISBN: 1435773160

Category: Poetry

Page: N.A

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A View Through My Eyes

Author: Vernon Stewart

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1456823493

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: N.A

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Through My Eyes

Author: Morinsilva

Publisher: Strategic Book Publishing

ISBN: 160911633X

Category: Poetry

Page: 100

View: 8838

Through My Eyes tells the true story of a young girl who grew up in a household full of abuse. The experience taught her how to hide her feelings and personality. Consequently, Lisa went through life starved for love and filled with fears. The fears led her to make decisions that were unwise, and caused her to suffer even more. This book is full of candid remembrances that detail Lisa's love, anger, rage, and near homicide. Through My Eyes: Domestic Violence Through the Eyes of a Child provides vivid recollections of memories dealing with the abuse suffered in her family. It further details how a female abuser was born. The book gives profound advice to parents as well as to abused children. It speaks from the heart of the signs to look for in children when they are becoming an abuser themselves or from a person who will become abused. There is poetry written Through the Eyes of a Child that provides a wake-up call for parents, motivating them to take action toward creating a safe environment for their children. This is not an easy book to read, but a necessary one. About the Author: Morinsilva is a high school teacher in Las Cruces, New Mexico.I want to encourage youth to seek a better tomorrow. I have been wounded by domestic violence in an insurmountable way; parents need to know what they are doing to children when they do not seek help. I want to rescue kids and teens and build a nation of survivors that will eradicate child abuse. She has already written her next book. Publisher's website: http: //www.strategicpublishinggroup.com/title/ThroughMyEyes.htm
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Through My Eyes

Author: Roman Yushchuk

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 1449065147

Category:

Page: 28

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This book is about events that happen in life, thoughts that one may have and emotions one may encounter.
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Through My Eyes

Author: Michael Abrahamian

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 061515767X

Category: Poetry

Page: 140

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The title and some of the content in this book was inspired by Elvis. There are poems that cover life, love, death, religion, inspiration, and dreams. I have tried to cover many aspects of life to make this book for everyone. We need to remember that we should slow down and enjoy life while were here.
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Through My Eyes

And to the Best of My Memory

Author: Peter Leis

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1514446332

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 394

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In 2001, the author of this book suffered a stroke that left him partially handicapped. It became necessary to do what he could to learn to live with the aftereffects and limitations of the stroke. This book is the result of advice from his doctor to write down some of his earlier memories to see if he had suffered any long-term memory loss. In the writing of these memories, he gradually became confident enough to keep on writing until he had enough stories to put together in a book. The writing of the stories has given him back his past, and now he has a base to build his new life on. For him, it has been like opening a new door, and now, rather than be held hostage by the restriction imposed by the stroke, he can confidently build on that past and plan ahead.
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Through My Eyes

Wall Street, Washington, D.C., and Japanʼs Diet

Author: 寺沢芳男

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: Business etiquette

Page: 224

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Through My Eyes

Author: Ellie O'Malley

Publisher: FriesenPress

ISBN: 1525503863

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 420

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Ellie grew up on a dirt farm in Ontario with only brothers, no sisters. She had five children by the time she was twenty one and a drunken husband who she ran away from. She took her children west as far as the road would go, and went from waiting tables, to slinging drinks, then on to nursing. Eventually driving trucks for better money. Her children now numbered seven. Men were her down fall, most of them wanted her children more than her. With trucking she was in a mans' world in a time when it was not acceptable, but with perseverance and just plain bull headedness she made her mark. Finding the pit falls and how she came over them, and still kept her seven children together under one roof on her own.
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The World Through My Eyes

Author: Colletta Adonia

Publisher: Trafford Publishing

ISBN: 142699785X

Category: Literary Collections

Page: 108

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This book reflects the transition in the thought process of the author from childhood to adulthood. It captures the emotions of everyday real-life situations. It will make you feel happy, sad, mad, and relieved. This book is a must read for parents with teenagers and is highly recommended for teenagers as well.
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Through My Eyes

Author: Sidney Owitz

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 1425970664

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 248

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Much of the author's work as a reporter and news director courses through his writing in the immediacy of a story to be quickly told. "September Magic," the fourth book by the author, presents a timeless value in a personal revelation to the reader. Scarcely forestalling its continuity but a moment, in a driven need to move on. From line one, against a rearing sense of conflict, a most instant and chaste love affair between a married man and a schoolgirl sweetheart struggle in the face of proprietary censure and a backdrop of deception. Out of the force of a driven separation, new memories out of the ( oedipus complex ) are drawn to an out of town client in the person of a beautiful girl of blue-blood status. Still, immutably drawn to Dorie Ames, his forbidden love, corporate attorney Ross Franklin , finds the tempting romance but further complication to the already difficult and dark sense of hope for the lovers. Passing "time," to which we are unalterably tied, provides more than our visible horizons; for tomorrow's dreams are yet in the making. And as September Magic slyly unfolds her confusing kaleidoscope of love's promise, to the hoarding maggots of despair, time, in her deliberate pace of wavering doubt, releases the remnants of crushed hope in the conquest of unwavering belief.
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Through My Eyes

The Way I See Things and the Things I Saw

Author: Eva Pilch

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1477167145

Category: Photography

Page: 84

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In this book, Eva Pilch cleverly expresses the way she sees things through her eyes in inspiring poetry. She also shows you the things she literally saw through her eyes in photographs, which include everything from awe-inspiring nature to her own unique displays of various messages. Explore the mind, love, hate, happiness, struggles, social injustice and even the age old question of the meaning of life. There are also some surprises. It is a book that will capture you into curling up with it on the couch. Then you’ll want to leave it on your coffee table to flip through and entertain your guests with.
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A Look Through My Eyes

Author: Dawn Vandenberg

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1479738883

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 197

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This book begins with the story of a young boy, Rem Vandenberg, who was born in 1937 in the Netherlands just before the onslaught of the Second World War. His youth was a struggle to exist under the German occupation and in combating the depravation of poverty. Added to these hardships was the ongoing personal battle he fought daily in accepting the doctrines of the Roman Catholic Church which were heavily imposed on him by the uncompromising adult belief of the time. His authoritarian father loaded with the responsibility of caring for the large family was staunch in upholding his strong principles and instilling them into his children. Of a less serious nature and with a strong desire to be free of the bonds restricting him from freedom of expression and thought Rem was often on the punitive end of the disciple rod, both at school and home. Opposing this oppression was the endless love and compassion of his mother, who through the strength of her faith, was able to engulf the whole family under her mantle of love and bind them together into a caring family unit. At a young age Rem had to begin work to help support the family. What he was expected to do for a few cents per week was beyond the capability of this small undernourished lad. His father insisted on strength of character and allowed him to be pushed to the limit of his endurance. Held by the love of his family but tormented with the urge to be free of restrictions Rem finally took his life in his own hands. At the age of sixteen driven by the spirit of adventure he left home and joined the merchant navy. His first voyage was on a whaling ship to the South Pole which was followed by voyages throughout the world for the next few years. On sailing into his first Australian port his desire to stay in Australia took over. He jumped ship and went inland where he took a job on the railway. After six months as gang worker he was finally picked up by the law and experienced a short jail sentence before being deported back to Holland. His love for Australia was strong and within two years he returned as a legal migrant and still lives in his beloved land today.
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