When you look at that sunset in front of you, the very looking is a delight, if you are at all sensitive. That is also desire—the delight. And if you cannot see that sunset and delight in it, you are not sensitive.
Author: J. Krishnamurti
Publisher: Random House
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
FOUR MILLION COPY BESTSELLING AUTHOR 'One of the greatest thinkers of the age' The Dalai Lama What is love? Who am I without my relationships? What is the relationship between myself and society? One of the world's greatest philosophical teachers, Krishnamurti, offers his inspiring wisdom on a core feature of life: our relationships. From parents to partners and colleagues to friends, Krishnamurti answers our deepest defining questions and reveals a path to truly loving yourself, others and the world around you.
Author: Joan Chittister, OSBPublish On: 2019-04-25
If you weren't already looking for something special on which to inscribe the best of yourself, you would not have even read this far. Which is why I think a conversation between generations on a subject like this is important.
Author: Joan Chittister, OSB
Publisher: Paulist Press
An insightful, passionate, and honest exploration of the religious life, a life lived entirely through the filter of the Gospel.
The Love of God Is Looking for You Faye Stewart. Everyday People in an Everyday World. Is. More. Enough? (1 Timothy 6:6) Oh, what a pretty dress! And look at that cute hat. Aren't these shoes just darling? Hey, I can have them all today ...
Author: Faye Stewart
Publisher: WestBow Press
Your Grace Shines (Isaiah 9:2) Your grace Lord Shines like a diamond lluminating the cross As it did when you died for the lost. Our only hope of salvation, You freed us from our sin. Hark! The light that shone so bright Still seeks the souls of men.
We were now free to see everything and anything we wanted. Black Square might appear simplistic, ... Their conscious minds would be locked in a frustrated cycle like a SatNav searching for a signal. Meanwhile, as this confusion was ...
Author: Will Gompertz
Publisher: Penguin UK
What Are You Looking At? by Will Gompertz - a wonderfully lively and accessible history of Modern Art by the BBC Arts Editor 'An essential primer not only for art lovers but for art loathers too' **** Express What is modern art? Why do we either love it or loathe it? And why is it worth so much damn money? Join Will Gompertz on a dazzling tour that will change the way you look at modern art forever. From Monet's water lilies to Van Gogh's sunflowers, from Warhol's soup cans to Hirst's pickled shark, hear the stories behind the masterpieces, meet the artists as they really were, and discover the real point of modern art. You will learn: not all conceptual art is bollocks; Picasso is king (but Cézanne is better); Pollock is no drip; Dali painted with his moustache; a urinal changed the course of art, why your 5-year-old really couldn't do it. Refreshing, irreverent and always straightforward, What Are You Looking At? cuts through the pretentious art speak and asks all the basic questions that you were too afraid to ask. Your next gallery trip is going to be a little less intimidating and a lot more interesting. 'Robert Hughes's The Shock of the New redone à la Bill Bryson' ****Telegraph This book is essential reading for sceptics, art lovers, and the millions of us who visit art galleries every year - and are confused. It will also be enjoyed by readers of The Story of Art by E.H. Gombrich and is a perfect primer to the subject for the student or beginner. Will Gompertz is the BBC Arts Editor and probably the world's first art history stand-up comedian. He was a Director at the Tate Gallery for 7 years. He has a particular interest in modern art and has written about the arts for The Times and the Guardian for over 20 years. In 2009, he wrote and performed a sell-out one-man comedy show about modern art at the Edinburgh Festival. He was recently voted one of the world's top 50 creative thinkers by New York's Creativity Magazine.
'Which boy in our class do you rate most?' 'I don't rate boys at all,' I replied icily. Nadia rolled her eyes and pulled a silly clownish face. 'OOOO!' she hissed, looking round at Yasmin and Hannah. 'Maybe it's girls you like, then?
Author: Sue Limb
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Category: Juvenile Fiction
A new boy at school causes great excitement among Ruby's friends, especially Yasmin. She won't shut up about him. As if Ruby hasn't got better things to think about! A lesson on careers has got her wondering about her future. If being a Robin Hood gangsta doesn't work out, what will she do? Only when abandoned alone in a forest during a school trip does Ruby finally manage to escape all that boring boy talk. And there she makes the first in a series of surprising and exciting discoveries . . . Accurate and funny portrayals of the difficulties of being the youngest in the family, and the trials and tribulations of having a moody older brother and a bossy best friend . . .
Isn't it wonderful to know that God's love is not predicated upon our position in life or what we've done? He is a friend to me even when I am not a friend to him. That dream changed my heart. When I deal with issues at school, ...
HAPPY Looking forward to a time when I can be happy Surely it will happen soon I hope you will see I know I can't go back to 4 years ago Was I really happy then, well who knows? To have laughter so much flying around Feeling high but ...
“Stop moving your hips like that or I will leave you here and go back to my table.” He whispered angrily.” “Why would you want me to stop? We move well together.” She jerked her head back and laughed. She shot him a challenging look.
Author: Mohsen El-guindy
The novel is a love story between Hashem, a business magnate from the Middle East, and Angela, a rich American woman running a company she inherited from her father. Angela was asexual and lacked sexual inclinations toward men. She was jealous and arrogant and inherited from her father his tough nature and foul mouth. When she got mad, she would attack her opponents with offensive words. She also suffered from a neurological disorder. When she got nervous, her right hand would shake involuntarily. A financial crisis took Angelas company to the ground, and she was forced to put it up for sale in the market with a cheap price. Hashem, who also invests in buying ruined companies, heard about her crisis and came to buy her out. Angela suddenly found herself strongly attracted to Hashem, and they fell in love with each other and got married. Angela gave birth to a girl they called Aisha and a boy they called Amr. The river of life glided along beautifully between them until Hashems past reared its ugly head and destroyed their marriage. Countess Adelle von Vetsera, Hashems ex-mistress, who lost her mind when Hashem married Angela, came to take back her love. The two women quarreled over Hashem. In one of her furious quarrels with Hashem, Angela rushed to her car. Her daughter, Aisha, rushed into the passenger seat, yelling at her not to drive. Angela ploughed the car right into a trailer. Angela was the only survivor in the car, and Aisha died. Angela faced charges of being drunk behind the wheel and killing her daughter. She was sentenced to three years in prison. Hashem refused to live with Angela any longer and returned to his first love, Adele. Adele gave birth to a baby girl and called her Aisha to please Hashem. Adele died from cancer. Hashem, however, refused to return to Angela, and being long forsaken made her emotional status grow rapidly worse. Years of abandonment passed, and Hashem returned to Angela in the end on the condition that she must behave and stop uttering dirty words. She accepted wholeheartedly. But did she fulfill her promise? This is what the novel tells.
Author: Catherine R. CameronPublish On: 2013-01-04
Company memberships to the Chamber of Commerce or any • other service organizations that you can help with. CHAPTER 19 MY LIFE LESSONS BIBLIOGRAPHY FEEDBACK ARE YOULOOKING FORAJOB? Make sure that your resume is current.
Author: Catherine R. Cameron
Publisher: Trafford Publishing
Category: Business & Economics
CRAWFORDVILLE, FLA – After working in the business world for 43 years, Catherine R. Cameron has seen her fair share of resumes run across her desk. Now, she takes her wealth of experience and pens her new book, “Are you looking for an administrative job? From Resume to Job Ready.” (published by Trafford Publishing). Cameron has created a how-to book that helps get job hunters from the resume to job ready and be able to successfully function in a business environment. “There are books on how to prepare a resume, questions and answers about different subjects, not one that blends it all.” Cameron explains on the uniqueness of “Are you looking for an administrative job?’ “Are you looking for an administrative job?’ is especially helpful in support of administrative receptionists, secretaries and administrative assistants. “Are you looking for an administrative job? From Resume to Job Ready.” By Catherine R. Cameron
“Would you look at that?” Emily excitedly exclaimed, as soon as she pulled her hand off of Sarah's. “It looks Mayan!” “How can you tell?” Steve asked, perplexed. He gestured at the torn strip of earth that had been removed.
Author: Jeffrey Poole
Publisher: Jeffrey M. Poole
This is the third and final story in the Pirates of Perz trilogy, set in Lentari. The Pirates of Perz trilogy comes to a triumphant conclusion in the next thrilling adventure set in the magical kingdom of Lentari! The invading pirates have stolen from dragons, pilfered treasure from subterranean dwarf cities, and proven themselves to be an all-around pains in the backside. The Lentarians, aided by husband and wife team Steve and Sarah, have tried to get the upper hand over their canny adversaries, but have seemingly failed at every turn. Now, the race is on to uncover a second, all-powerful Alchos Stone, only this one is located in Lentari! Rumored to be hidden in a long, lost Alchos Temple, Steve and Sarah are aided by unlikely allies in a race to claim the second stone before it can fall into the wrong hands. To make matters worse, Flinn still has the first Alchos Stone, and the Lentarians are no closer to figuring out how to relieve the wily pirate captain of his greatest treasure than they were the first time they learned Flinn had it. Plus, Usol - the all-powerful Earth Guardian - is still holding a grudge. Against Steve. Some days, your luck was just that bad.