See, none of this world is real. All the violence and negativity and ugliness is illusion. The real world is full of beauty and joy and peace.
Author: Sophia Moon
A poignant and sometimes tragic true story of a young woman, newly graduated from college, who moves to a city three thousand miles away, to find out who she is. She struggles with mental illness and is forced to grow up fast as she learns about how harsh and lonely life can be. She plunges into suicidal depression after repeated attacks, disappointments, and periods of homelessness. A kind therapist treats her, and a priceless, unbelievable adventure begins.
“A real officer and gentleman.” “Above all, a real poet! What a night!” “Once again.” “You and Marian...” Eddie started. “We can't help it.
Author: Dedwydd Jones
Publisher: Author House
A novella, a play, a collection of short stories, are all in "Journey to the Land of Green Chartreuse." Subjects vary from egomaniacal directors to King Arthur's Cave and the eerie punishments of It Master Shadow!
Any similarity in names, events, and places of real names of persons. events and places is coincidental and not intentional, except those excerpts of events ...
Author: Art Saguinsin
This book is suspense-action, intriguing, adventure and drama. Young Hotel workers recruited to serve the Islamic Conference to settle disputes in the Persian Gulf fear the threat of Iraqi invasion at any moment to foil the summit. As the clock ticks the more fear and tension everyone feels as the news of invasion can occur anytime during the conference. Some disturbed hotel staff were discouraged and want to quit . However, they demanded to be dispatched immediately and some become paranoid however, the camp boss declines their demand. Bomb explosions are expected to occur as authorities begin to search bombs and capture infiltrators.
Author: Umm Soffah NourellyssaPublish On: 2015-01-06
The photo supports my beliefs that this schoolis real. When my feetstepped into this mussolah, it shows I am physically here. That is thereality.
Author: Umm Soffah Nourellyssa
Publisher: Partridge Publishing Singapore
Tarim is where one can detach from everything to recharge spiritually and to seek knowledge from the descendants of the Prophet Muhammad. The land offers an intensive course, rejuvenating the soul for a better understanding of Islamic teachings. In My Journey to the Land of Love, author Umm Soffah Nourellyssa shares the story of her experiences in Tarim, a beautiful place surrounded by looming mountains, a place that carries the early significance of Islamic history. She tells how she embarked on a spiritual traveling journey as a seeker on the path, going beyond an ordinary mind where extraordinary works of God manifest simultaneously with trials and tribulations. Motivational and inspirational, My Journey to the Land of Love describes Nourellyssa’s daily experiences in Tarim as she transitioned from a secular education and years of employment to the gates of this spiritual center of original Islamic teaching. It shares how she came to know a personal relationship with God beyond the practical routines.
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Just how much of his persona is real? ... him so much so that he had to shake his head to get back to the here and –47– Journey to the Land of diamond fire.
Author: Janet Cesanek
Valkrye, sworn by her duties to her village to return a sacred icon must hunt down a pack of raiding thieves as they make their way through town after town, stealing and killing at will until at last they return to their lair. Thor a mercenary who rarely did anything without payment or profit, swore to avenge the attack on his niece and hunt down and destroy those who harmed her. This unlikely pair would meet by chance as their different quests lead them towards the same goal, can they trust each other enough to join forces to help each other, or will their different goals and personalities break this new and interesting team.
Mendelssohn pointed to a spot on the map where the land curved south along ... trees will be turning their colors so you are in for a real reminder of home.
Author: Mary Anne Butler
Publisher: Fireship Press
A New World - A New Beginning. In 1750 Heinrich Mueller, an immigrant German, jumps ship in New London, Connecticut after an altercation with the English captain. He is taken in by two locals, one of whom has a fetching daughter. The other is an educated freed slave who teaches him to read and write English. Both experiences change his life, even as he acquires a stern-visaged wife and travels west to carve out a farm in the Pennsylvania wilderness. When the Revolutionary War intervenes and his gentle son enlists, Heinrich, a pacifist, is furious. And for many years young Henry is lost to him. Journey to a Land Called Hope is the first in a series of novels that tell the nation's story through 160 years of a family's American experiences.
... could continue together onthe long journey to the land God had promised him. It would beahard journey, he knew, and full of dangers,buthe was determined ...
Author: Fergus Mason
Publisher: BookCaps Study Guides
The story of the Exodus is one of the defining tales in the Old Testament. It tells of how the bond between God and the Israelites was forged, through His rescue of them from slavery and their long journey to the promised land of Israel. In Jewish culture it’s the event that connects them to that land, and even today many people cite it as justification for Israel’s politics – sometimes even for its existence. That makes it an important story on many levels and it’s vital to understand it before you can understand the political situation in the Middle East. It’s clear that the escape of the Israelites from captivity in Egypt is a story that still matters today. What really happened, though? Did it even happen at all? As always when religion is involved it can be difficult to dig down to the facts without running into resistance, either from skeptics who just dismiss the story or believers who resent it being questioned. There’s a lot of evidence there, however, and by piecing it together we can try to build up a picture of what – if anything – happened in the Middle East all those centuries ago. This short work examines both the truth and importance of the Exodus.
Or on the contrary , were the camps the real school of human “ values ” and the climate in which we had lived previously an exception ?
Author: Julius Margolin
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
Category: Convict labor
"Journey to the Land of the Zek and Back is a vivid, first-person account of life in the Soviet Gulag, a work that has never appeared in full before in English. It was one of the earliest published accounts of the Soviet camp system when it was published in France in 1949 and became an established classic in the Russian-speaking world, influencing the formation of the genre of Gulag memoirs"--
of Gilgamesh after his long journey to the Land of Faraway, or Land of the Living. ... into the faerie kingdom from her courtly home in the 'real' world, ...
Author: Evans Lansing Smith
Publisher: University Press of America
Category: Literary Criticism
This book provides an overview of the hero journey theme in literature, from antiquity to the present, with a focus on the imagery of the rites of passage in human life (initiation at adolescence, mid-life, and death). This is the only book to focus on the major works of the literary tradition, detailing discussions of the hero journey in major literary texts. Included are chapters on the literature of Antiquity (Sumerian, Egyptian, Biblical, Greek, and Roman), the Middle Ages (with emphasis on the Arthurian Romance), the Renaissance to the Enlightenment (Shakespeare, Milton, Marvell, Pope, Fielding, the Arabian Nights, and Alchemical Illustration), Romanticism and Naturalism (Coleridge, Selected Grimm's Tales, Bront%, Bierce, Whitman, Twain, Hawthorne, E.T.A. Hoffman, Rabindranath Tagore), and Modernism to Contemporary (Joyce, Gilman, Alifa Rifaat, Bellow, Lessing, Pynchon, Eudora Welty).
Author: Florence Gaspar MuziPublish On: 2020-10-20
God's Eden's land He filled with fruit trees, seeds, and greens the future tenant to eat. God was pleased with his work thinking, “let us make man in our ...
Author: Florence Gaspar Muzi
A true story and now a speaker of God’s love and his empowerment bringing one around not only to the love of God but to work towards the image of his son in obedience and love of the Father, the goal is to love one another as he so love’s us, yes, sometimes difficult. I sit here in my little Eden – my backyard, I hear the mockingbird serenading in the background a gift from nature and God who has put joy back into my life and love. I comfortably write these words from witness of my children and myself; it is my hope that everyone that reads and witnesses God’s supernatural will share it with another and another and another; that we will speak freely the full story of witness. Perhaps the atheists who believe they can do it alone and in their last moments of life call for a priest, suddenly there not sure God is real and there. A change of heart is different from a change of mind – – think.
With his decades of Waldorf teaching with its storytelling curriculum, this master story teller brings the Old Testament to life. Geared to please nine and ten year olds, these books make wonderful class readers for fourth graders.
Author: Jakob Streit
Jakob Streit retells the stories of the Bible with colorful and compelling pictures that deepen the understanding of the stories' meaning. With his decades of Waldorf teaching with its storytelling curriculum, this master story teller brings the Old Testament to life. Geared to please nine and ten year olds, these books make wonderful class readers for fourth graders. A perfect balance is struck in these stories between reverent care in the accuracy of the tales and the vivid embellishments that make the stories real.
... was to create settlements where African Americans could homestead the land and live in peace. ... with few supplies and no real idea of what to do next.
Author: Allison Lassieur
Publisher: North Star Editions, Inc.
Category: Juvenile Fiction
Hattie Jacobs dreams of becoming a teacher. But her parents were formerly enslaved and are struggling to survive in Nashville after Reconstruction. So the Jacobs family joins the Great Exodus of 1879 to Kansas. Will what is waiting for them in Kansas live up to their dreams?