The Eternal Moment of Now

The Eternal Moment of Now

This clear and concise instruction manual is aimed at developing the skills and knowledge required to achieve the wonderful state of Inner Peace, this is done through a new look and new developments of the Emergent Knowledge canon.

Author: Matthew Hudson

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9781916063204

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The Eternal Moment

The Eternal Moment

This volume is the first compilation of her work. Estelle Jussim writes, unconventionally, on the social impact of photography, refusing to subscribe to any narrow critical ideology.

Author: Estelle Jussim

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ISBN: UOM:39015020772672

Category: Photography

Page: 277

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"Whether we know it or not, whether we like it or not, we have been attending the funeral rites of modernism for many decades."--Estelle Jussim from The Self-Reflexive Camera Estelle Jussim is one of the most highly regarded and influential voices in photography and other media. Award-winning author of Slave to Beauty and the pioneering Visual Communication and the Graphic Arts, Jussim has charted new ground in the investigation of the meaning of images. This volume is the first compilation of her work. Estelle Jussim writes, unconventionally, on the social impact of photography, refusing to subscribe to any narrow critical ideology. An art historian and a communications theorist, she incorporates postmodern, deconstructionist, and feminist viewpoints in her assessments of various photographers, movements, and institutions. Wide-ranging in interest, Jussim's writing is remarkably bold and controversial. Divided into three-sections-- "Visual Communication," "Genres," and "Bio-History"-- The Eternal Moment includes essays that assess how aspects of the medium such as early wood-engraving or the role of the museum affect communication in a visual culture; survey various photographic subjects such as the nude, the landscape, and the ethnocentric icon; and reveal the work of some of the greatest practitioners of the medium. In "Visual Communication" Jussim explores the interplay between technology and aesthetics in photography, and probes the unique, powerful relationship of photographs to time. The essay "Quintessences: Edward Weston's Search for Meaning," examines the discrepancies between that artist's pronouncements and his photographs. Included in "Genres" is "Propaganda and Persuasion," in which Jussim offers astute observations on how meaning is produced, transmitted, and interpreted. In "Looking at Literati," she focuses on Jill Krementz's ability to capture the spark of personality in her portraits of writers. "Starr Ockenga's Nudes" is an insightful analysis of the ways in which that photographer's work has personalized the traditionally formal, impersonal genre of the nude. In "Bio-History" Jussim's explorations of the lives and works of such important photographers as Barbara Crane, Carl Chiarenza, and F. Holland Day are models of their kind; her long essay on Jerome Liebling reveals a deep empathy for his essential mysticism and humanism.
Categories: Photography

Moment Wieczny

Moment Wieczny

Aleksander Fiut's study of the poetry of Nobel Laureate Czeslaw Milosz is the first comprehensive examination of the artistic and philosophical dimensions of this remarkable oeuvre.

Author: Aleksander Fiut

Publisher: Univ of California Press

ISBN: 0520066898

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 226

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Aleksander Fiut's study of the poetry of Nobel Laureate Czeslaw Milosz is the first comprehensive examination of the artistic and philosophical dimensions of this remarkable oeuvre. The author refutes such easy categorizations of Milosz as "the poet of Poland," "the poet of history," "the poet of the Holocaust." He examines instead such crucial problems as Milosz's search for the essence of human nature, irreducible to historical, social, and biological categories; Milosz's reflection on the erosion of the Christian imagination, which has resulted in a fundamental gap between the individual's inner life and the image of humanity formed by scientific theories; his efforts to rebuild the anthropocentric vision of the world, while acknowledging the elements that have undermined it; and finally, his attempt to recreate in his poetry a language that is both poetic and philosophical. The Eternal Moment originally appeared in Polish in 1987. This version, which quotes extensively from Milosz's Collected Poems, is the first thorough introduction for English-speaking readers to this major poet. Aleksander Fiut's study of the poetry of Nobel Laureate Czeslaw Milosz is the first comprehensive examination of the artistic and philosophical dimensions of this remarkable oeuvre. The author refutes such easy categorizations of Milosz as "the poet of Poland," "the poet of history," "the poet of the Holocaust." He examines instead such crucial problems as Milosz's search for the essence of human nature, irreducible to historical, social, and biological categories; Milosz's reflection on the erosion of the Christian imagination, which has resulted in a fundamental gap between the individual's inner life and the image of humanity formed by scientific theories; his efforts to rebuild the anthropocentric vision of the world, while acknowledging the elements that have undermined it; and finally, his attempt to recreate in his poetry a language that is both poetic and philosophical. The Eternal Moment originally appeared in Polish in 1987. This version, which quotes extensively from Milosz's Collected Poems, is the first thorough introduction for English-speaking readers to this major poet.
Categories: Literary Criticism

The Eternal Moment

The Eternal Moment

Author: Edward Morgan Forster

Publisher: Mariner Books

ISBN: STANFORD:36105018785589

Category: Fiction

Page: 245

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A collection of stories written between about 1903 and 1914. Many of these stories deal with science fiction or supernatural themes.
Categories: Fiction

The Eternal Moment

The Eternal Moment

Author: Angelica Garnett

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105023084168

Category: Arts, English

Page: 137

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Categories: Arts, English

The Eternal Moment

The Eternal Moment

Author: Edward Morgan Forster

Publisher: Mariner Books

ISBN: UOM:39015003676882

Category: Fiction

Page: 245

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A collection of stories written between about 1903 and 1914. Many of these stories deal with science fiction or supernatural themes.
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The Eternal Moment

The Eternal Moment

Author: Edward Morgan Forster

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ISBN: 4938429829

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Page: 187

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The Celestial Omnibus

The Celestial Omnibus

Author: Edward Morgan Forster

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ISBN: OCLC:1053923952

Category: Great Britain

Page: 357

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The Snow Lotus

The Snow Lotus

" This series of essays, set in the north woods of Minnesota, is woven around the theme of the importance of being alive and aware in the present.

Author: Peter M. Leschak

Publisher: U of Minnesota Press

ISBN: 0816628203

Category: Nature

Page: 166

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A Native American proverb states that "yesterday is ashes, tomorrow is wood, only today does the fire burn brightly." This series of essays, set in the north woods of Minnesota, is woven around the theme of the importance of being alive and aware in the present. Deeply rooted in the natural world, The Snow Lotus shares the philosophical and emotional insights author Peter M. Leschak has acquired from a life lived close to nature. Each chapter in The Snow Lotus revolves around a single moment, illuminating those instants that approach epiphany. Exploring the myriad interrelationships between the natural world he inhabits and his constant struggle for transcendence and self-awareness, the tales Leschak relates encompass both the humor, and the pathos day-to-day life can acquire when lived consciously. Leschak peoples his essays with a colorful gallery of characters - his wife, Pam, his fire-fighting companions, his trusted dog, The Reverend. He recounts finding a still-warm deer bed early one autumn morning, taking a sauna with friends, seeing flying squirrels at his bird feeder. He tells of adventures while cross-county skiing or hiking in the mountains of Mexico, yet evokes a strong sense of place, of the rhythm of small-town life, of long winters and brilliant night skies.
Categories: Nature

Eternal Moment

Eternal Moment

The unique poetic world of Sandor Weores has fascinated readers in Hungary ever since he began to publish poems in 1928, at the Mozartian age of fifteen.

Author: Sándor Weöres

Publisher: Learning Links

ISBN: STANFORD:36105038453259

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Page: 151

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The unique poetic world of Sandor Weores has fascinated readers in Hungary ever since he began to publish poems in 1928, at the Mozartian age of fifteen. This title mirrors Weores' phenomenal range and inventiveness in vigorous translations by British and American poets.
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The Eternal Moment

The Eternal Moment

The novel is structured in two temporal and geographical levels: odd chapters, in the history, tell the story of the three main characters, starting from their childhood in 1992, and following them up to their twenties.

Author: DEMETRIO VERBARO

Publisher: Babelcube Inc.

ISBN: 9781507143780

Category: Fiction

Page: 68

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It is a good read that flows well and makes you dream. I believe that Demetrio’s goal is to take the readers to when they were teenagers, their first friendships, their first loves. And then persuade them to dream with open eyes. The eternal moment is an intense story about love and friendship. The protagonists are three children: Giuseppe, Jessica and Sidney. Each of them, in its own way, is special, unusual, but it is because of this diversity that they will be marginalized by their peers. They, however, will find in their friendship a unique and indissoluble bond. The novel is structured in two temporal and geographical levels: odd chapters, in the history, tell the story of the three main characters, starting from their childhood in 1992, and following them up to their twenties. The setting is Mosorrofa a small town of Reggio Calabria perched on a hill. In the even chapters, on the other hand, we are in 2013 and we find the characters already in their thirties, intent to face the complications of love. The setting is New York. For those who like happy endings I recommend stopping at the final chapter. For all others, I advise to continue reading until the epilogue.
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Riding Into the Mystic

Riding Into the Mystic

Kathy, this is difficult for me to put into words.

Author: Daniel Richards

Publisher: PublishAmerica

ISBN: 1413747434

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 92

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Kathy, this is difficult for me to put into words. I looked at Joshua, John and Maria and knew they were leaving. Then exactly as Joshua had described when White Elk, Abe, Benjamin, Angelina and Tumbleweed left, this is what I saw: Like a luminous curtain, the fabric of the world opened for a minute and they walked towards it. I saw the most exquisitely beautiful woman I have ever seen appear and welcome them. I heard Tumbleweed's distinct whinny, then they were gone.
Categories: Body, Mind & Spirit

PROBLEMS OF ETERNAL MOMENT

PROBLEMS OF ETERNAL MOMENT

This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it.

Author: J. Grant (Jacob Grant) 1873-1 Anderson

Publisher: Wentworth Press

ISBN: 1374295191

Category: History

Page: 174

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This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it. This work was reproduced from the original artifact, and remains as true to the original work as possible. Therefore, you will see the original copyright references, library stamps (as most of these works have been housed in our most important libraries around the world), and other notations in the work. This work is in the public domain in the United States of America, and possibly other nations. Within the United States, you may freely copy and distribute this work, as no entity (individual or corporate) has a copyright on the body of the work. As a reproduction of a historical artifact, this work may contain missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. Scholars believe, and we concur, that this work is important enough to be preserved, reproduced, and made generally available to the public. We appreciate your support of the preservation process, and thank you for being an important part of keeping this knowledge alive and relevant.
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Eternal moment

Eternal moment

HIDDEN IMMENSITY Collection, withheld, the thrill of spaces ever watched
impregnated in the homes, in faded palaces, the immense hush of stunned
hearts mornings never slept, the eternal chirp lost in the rarefied mind from the
buzz duties ...

Author: tommy gazzola

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9781326729387

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A Life A Moment Only Eternal Moment

A Life   A Moment  Only Eternal Moment

" Like a flash , Like a comet. This meeting. Plucked from the ashes. " This book is dedicated to my mother, her memory - a talented artist , a gentle and caring wife and mother , the beautiful daughter and a beautiful woman.

Author: Rufina Larionova

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781493199112

Category: Poetry

Page: 54

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" Like a flash , Like a comet. This meeting. Plucked from the ashes. " This book is dedicated to my mother, her memory - a talented artist , a gentle and caring wife and mother , the beautiful daughter and a beautiful woman. Her life was very difficult. During World War II, she was diagnosed with a heart defect. In the early 60s, our family lived in Kiev and Rufina clinic Amoz did the first open heart surgery. The operation was successful, and then my mom said that she received as a gift 10 years of life. Then there was a 2nd operation - and even a gift. Rufina loved life and she appreciated every minute of life and trying to get and experience all that were presented by her fate. She knew that every ray of sunshine, patted her face, every smile donated passers could be her last. All this - the joy, pain, suffering and fortitude transmits its poetry. These verses now see the light. I think they deserve to be with people. Andrew Krichak
Categories: Poetry

Earth Hour

Earth Hour

The poems covered in this student book include Aquarius, Radiance, A Recollection of Starlings: Rome '84, Eternal Moment at Poggio Madonna, Towards Midnight, Earth Hour and Aquarius II. This student book is a highly valuable resource for ...

Author: Emily Bosco

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ISBN: 1925771393

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The Coming of God

The Coming of God

'Being the transcendent meaning of all moments, the eternal Moment can be
compared with no moment in time.'27 Anyone who hears the thunderous word of
the eternal God in the moment, loses interest in the future. Of course there can be
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Author: Jurgen Moltmann

Publisher: Fortress Press

ISBN: 1451411901

Category: Religion

Page: 390

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Winner of Grawemeyer Award In this remarkable and timely work - in many ways the culmination of his systematic theology - world-renowned theologian Jurgen Moltmann stands Christian eschatology on its head. Moltmann rejects the traditional approach, which focuses on the End, an apocalyptic finale, as a kind of Christian search for the "final solution." He centers instead on hope and God's promise of new creation for all things. "Christian eschatology," he says, "is the remembered hope of the raising of the crucified Christ, so it talks about beginning afresh in the deadly end." Yet Moltmann's novel framework, deeply informed by Jewish and messianic thought, also fosters rich and creative insights into the perennially nettling questions of eschatology: Are there eternal life and personal identity after death? How is one to think of heaven, hell, and purgatory? What are the historical and cosmological dimensions of Christian hope? What are its social and political implications. In a heartbreakingly fragile and fragment world, Moltmann's comprehensive eschatology surveys the Christian vista, bravely envisioning our "horizons of expectation" for personal, social, even cosmic transformation in God.
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Starlight Contradiction

Starlight Contradiction

Justice Divine's first debut was Inspiration in Moonlight. His forthcoming exciting second release aptly titled Starlight Contradiction is a book that should be read with one's heart.

Author: Justice Divine

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ISBN: 154620296X

Category: Poetry

Page: 130

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Justice Divine's first debut was Inspiration in Moonlight. His forthcoming exciting second release aptly titled Starlight Contradiction is a book that should be read with one's heart. The words resonate with the undiscovered parts of the soul enlightening the mind. With the amazing skill of painting pictures with words, the poet shares his heartbreaks, fantasies, experiences, joys, and pain, illustrating his lust for living while diving into emotions of love found and lost. Questions of life and truth, what it means to be human and an individual at the same time--the Starlight Contradiction. Commentary is also offered on the present state of our society and the cost for freedom and peace in the world and our collective peace of mind. Starlight Contradiction is poetry for this eternal moment that we all share, which is now!
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