Walking with the Wind

Walking with the Wind

The sky began clouding over, the wind started picking up, lightning flashed far offin the distance, and suddenly I ... And so it went, back and forth, fifteen children walking with the wind, holding that trembling house down with the ...

Author: John Lewis

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9781476797717

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 544

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The award-winning national bestseller, Walking with the Wind, is one of the most important records of the American civil rights movement as told by a true American hero, John Lewis, who Cornel West called a “national treasure.” An eloquent and gripping first-hand account of the turbulent struggle for civil rights and the willingness and courage to change the course of history. Forty years ago, a teenaged boy named John Lewis stepped off a cotton farm in Alabama and into the epicenter of the struggle for civil rights in America. The ideals of nonviolence which guided that critical time of American history established him as one of the movement's most charismatic and courageous leaders. Lewis's leadership in the Nashville Movement—a student-led effort to desegregate the city of Nashville using sit-in techniques based on the teachings of Gandhi—established him as one of the movement's defining figures and set the tone for the major civil rights campaigns of the 1960s. During this decade, he was repeatedly a victim of violence and intimidation, but his singular belief in non-violent action, inspired by his mentor, Dr. Martin Luther King, was a defining characteristic of his leadership and vision. In 1986, he ran and won a congressional seat in Georgia, and remains in office to this day. Walking with the Wind is the story of an American hero. A boy from rural Alabama whose journey led him to Washington, and whose vision and perseverance changed a nation.
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

Walking into the Wind

Walking into the Wind

I pray you and Mark will look for gifts as you help walk Sarah through the frustrations. ... The next morning she would sing once more about the gift of rain washing her face, the Walking Into The Wind 2 O I gift of the baby sleeping in ...

Author: Barbra Goodyear Minar

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781469112664

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 212

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Author Barbra Minar writes about excelling in life in spite of disease and disabilities. Since 1960 she has battled systemic lupus erythematosus. In l985 with new medical complications Minar wrestled with a deep depression. She decided to tackle her denial, accept her situation, and find health. Using her journal entries and letters, she shares experiences and practical tips, combining support and understanding. When illness limits us, Minar shows how to discover rich new emotional, physical, and spiritual paths. WALKING INTO THE WIND is her fourth book. Praise for WALKING INTO THE WIND: Being Healthy With A Chronic Disease An open and compassionate description of how systemic lupus erythematosus struck body and soul. Minar describes with great honesty the challenge the disease has posed on her own emotions, her spirituality, her relationships. . . . . However, her book is more about life than about a chronic disease. The stormy winds of her chronic disease have finally become a lifting force to higher values of truth and life. H. RICHARD BARTHEL, MD, RHEUMOTOLOGIST An extraordinary story. Minar has turned the malevolence of lupus back on itself and recorded the process. You discover you can become a wiser and more powerful person than a normally healthy woman ever dreamed of becoming." DIANE DE AVALLE-ARCE Editor, Reviewer, Literary Critic I felt as though I was eavesdropping on your life. But thats exactly what I needed. Ive kept so much inside me for the past 3 1/2 years that Ive been sick. Thank you, Barbra, for being so human. The way you have allowed God to work in you is an inspiration to me." VICKI EWY Barbra Minar offers a gracious gift to the world. JOSEPH F. COHEN, MD.
Categories: Body, Mind & Spirit

Y s Way to Fitness Walking

Y s Way to Fitness Walking

Walking in Cold Weather Just as it is important to take precautions when walking in hot weather, you must also be careful when ... If the wind is blowing, walk facing the wind first, so it will be at your back on the return trip.

Author: June Irene Decker

Publisher: Y M C A of the U. S. A.

ISBN: PSU:000019493602

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 177

View: 667

Categories: Sports & Recreation

Walking

Walking

If early morning is the only time you can walk, bundle up. The “clothing thermometer” at the end of this section will help you to dress for the temperature and not over-dress. Individualize as necessary. 3. Walk into the wind at the ...

Author: Jeff Galloway

Publisher: Meyer & Meyer Verlag

ISBN: 9781841261706

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 218

View: 642

"Walking - The Complete Book" will motivate you to get moving, avoid aches and pains, and enjoy a more energetic life. Whether you are just starting to walk around the block, or have been active for years, "Walking - The Complete Book" has a world of information that will make you want to walk every day, as it helps you improve the experience.
Categories: Sports & Recreation

Running Walking For Women Over 40

Running   Walking For Women Over 40

A personal note Given the choice, I always prefer to walk or run in cold weather rather than hot. Eventually, in cold weather, ... It is far better to run or walk into the wind at first and then have it behind you coming back.

Author: Kathrine Switzer

Publisher: Diversion Publishing Corp.

ISBN: 9781626812239

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 215

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A fun, easy, and economical route to fitness and health: “This book will give women everywhere the guidance they need” (Grete Waitz, nine-time winner of the New York City Marathon). Women’s fitness pioneer Kathrine Switzer has been on her feet for over fifty years. She knows how running or walking is the fastest, easiest, and least expensive road to fitness for women of any age. For women over forty in particular, it’s vital to fit an exercise regimen into their busy lives, and ensure they can stay active and healthy for many years to come. No matter how inexperienced or old you are, Switzer will guide and ease you into a new exercise schedule, making the time you give yourself the best part of your day—and your future life. Recommendations for shoes, clothing, injury prevention, nutrition, motivation, and finding the time in your life will keep you exercising safely and comfortably. For women over forty, Switzer’s expert running and walking programs are specifically designed for you, enabling you to keep healthy and enjoy life to the fullest for decades to come. “For many over-forty women, this book will be a passport to the best years of their lives.” —Joan Benoit Samuelson, Olympic gold medalist and US marathon record holder
Categories: Health & Fitness

Walking the Land Feeding the Fire

Walking the Land  Feeding the Fire

The wind is said to dwell in a hole in the tundra, and when it comes out, especially in the winter, ... When the wind is blowing from the tundra toward the tree line, ... When we walk in the tundra, you are not without wind.

Author: Allice Legat

Publisher: University of Arizona Press

ISBN: 9780816599660

Category: Social Science

Page: 184

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In the Dene worldview, relationships form the foundation of a distinct way of knowing. For the Tlicho Dene, indigenous peoples of Canada's Northwest Territories, as stories from the past unfold as experiences in the present, so unfolds a philosophy for the future. Walking the Land, Feeding the Fire vividly shows how—through stories and relationships with all beings—Tlicho knowledge is produced and rooted in the land. Tlicho-speaking people are part of the more widespread Athapaskan-speaking community, which spans the western sub-arctic and includes pockets in British Columbia, Alberta, California, and Arizona. Anthropologist Allice Legat undertook this work at the request of Tlicho Dene community elders, who wanted to provide younger Tlicho with narratives that originated in the past but provide a way of thinking through current critical land-use issues. Legat illustrates that, for the Tlicho Dene, being knowledgeable and being of the land are one and the same. Walking the Land, Feeding the Fire marks the beginning of a new era of understanding, drawing both connections to and unique aspects of ways of knowing among other Dene peoples, such as the Western Apache. As Keith Basso did with his studies among the Western Apache in earlier decades, Legat sets a new standard for research by presenting Dene perceptions of the environment and the personal truths of the storytellers without forcing them into scientific or public-policy frameworks. Legat approaches her work as a community partner—providing a powerful methodology that will impact the way research is conducted for decades to come—and provides unique insights and understandings available only through traditional knowledge.
Categories: Social Science

Walking

Walking

On a day with wind, prepare for the wind-chill factor. 7. Walk into the wind for the first part of your walk and with the wind on the return portion. 8. When walking by yourself walk in a loop around your starting point in case you need ...

Author: John Stanton

Publisher: Penguin Canada

ISBN: 9780143186281

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 503

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Walking is something most of us do every day – but we should be doing more of it. 63% of Canadians aren't getting the recommended amount of daily exercise, and it's adding up: heart disease, obesity, and high blood pressure are all on the rise. But something as simple as taking a few extra steps a day can make a huge difference: moving more leads to more energy, improved sleep quality, and better heart health. And John Stanton knows how to get people moving. As the founder and president of Walking/Running Room, North America's largest chain of special stores for walkers and runners, he has inspired people across the nation to develop healthier lifestyles one step at a time. Walking: A Complete Guide to Walking for Fitness, Health, and Weight Loss is the perfect companion for your own journey to good health. With three program categories to fit every type of activity level, from non-walkers to avid walkers, there is a program in here for you. In this comprehensive guide, you'll learn how to: * Set realistic goals * Design your own training program * Find the level of walking that's right for you * Choose the best shoes and walking wear for your needs * Prevent and treat common injuries * Enhance your walking with optimum nutrition Let John Stanton show you the way to a healthier, happier lifestyle... one step at a time.
Categories: Health & Fitness

Walking in Grace

Walking in Grace

set out in T—shirt knowing how hot I get when walking, but the cold wind is so strong that it soon sits me down to look for my sleeves (I don't have long sleeve shirts. Instead I brought biker's arm protectors, which transform any ...

Author: Atman

Publisher: Trafford Publishing

ISBN: 9781425119058

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 252

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"I found the content of Atman's [Walking in Grace] very moving and relevant to today's individuals searching for meaningful living. But I found the way she wrote it the most striking." - Sharon Crawford
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

Walking with Father on the Trail

Walking with Father on the Trail

yards, the wind began to slowly blow from the north, back toward my house to the south. I left my headphones off and started to pay attention to the wind as I tried to make it home before what I thought was a bad storm caught up to me.

Author: Richard Mahan

Publisher: Christian Faith Publishing, Inc.

ISBN: 9781098043094

Category: Religion

Page: 180

View: 883

Through a very strange set of circumstances, my family and I found ourselves walking down a trail. This trail led us to a wonderful experience that brought us closer to God than we could ever imagine. That trail was long and hard, literally decades of unexplainable illnesses and hardships that brought us an understanding of ourselves and how we fit into His plan. Those hardships made us believe that we were living in hell on earth. We lost hope, which caused us to commit some costly sins and mistakes in our lives. But then something miraculous happened that changed us forever. I would like to say that we found God, but that is not the way it happened. God found us. One sunny day, my dad was walking on a hike-and-bike trail near my home, and something happened. God began walking with Dad on that trail, talking with him while they walked. Those conversations were kept in a journal that my dad kept. From that journal, we wrote a book about those experiences so that everyone could learn what we learned.
Categories: Religion