Doing And Daring

Author: Eleanor Stredder
Publisher: The Floating Press
ISBN: 1776584376
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Doing And Daring from the Author: Eleanor Stredder. British author Eleanor Stredder grew up in a large family and had an inborn understanding of the kind of stories that could ensnare the attention of quickly bored children. This knack came in handy when Stredder began writing juvenile fiction in the late 1800s. Doing and Daring is a gripping tale of adventure set in the New Zealand bush.

Bittersweet Promises Daring Western Hearts Series Book 2

Author: Trana Mae Simmons
Publisher: ePublishing Works!
ISBN: 1947833170
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Bittersweet Promises Daring Western Hearts Series Book 2 from the Author: Trana Mae Simmons. Heiress Declares Gun-Toting Southern Gentleman Mannerless in Bittersweet Promises, by Trana Mae Simmons February 13, 1866, Liberty, Missouri and Missouri Ozarks Cody Garret likes everything in its place: his horse in the corral, his six-gun in his holster, and his money in the bank. There's no way on earth he can tolerate a woman like Shanna Van Alstyne. With a spirit as fiery as the blazing sun, she has a temper to match. Unfortunately, southern manners dictate he save her life, but then she's on her own--until a daring robbery throws the infuriating woman back into his arms, again. REVIEWS: "Tender, humorous, and poignant read." ~Gail Collins, Romantic Times Magazine The DARING WESTERN HEARTS SERIES, in order Montana Surrender Bittersweet Promises Mountain Magic

What S A Daring Detective Like Me Doing In The Dog House

Author: Linda Bailey
Publisher: Kids Can Press Ltd
ISBN: 9781550743982
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What S A Daring Detective Like Me Doing In The Dog House from the Author: Linda Bailey. Stevie Diamond and her friend Jessie Kulniki combine Stevie's job walking dogs with their efforts to apprehend the Prankster, who is responsible for a series of not-so-serious crimes around Vancouver.

Grammar Builder Level 4

Author: Adibah Amin
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521548625
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Grammar Builder Level 4 from the Author: Adibah Amin. These books are especially useful for students taking written exams and anyone who needs to write well in English. Grammar Builder takes a simple but effective three-step approach (error identification, correction and practice) to help learners master English grammar. Real examples of correct usage and common mistakes made by learners introduce grammar items in each unit and show learners how subtle differences can result in grammatical errors.

Daring To Be Yourself

Author: Peter Shepherd
Publisher: DoctorZed Publishing
ISBN: 0980623774
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Daring To Be Yourself from the Author: Peter Shepherd. Based on principles which have helped thousands of people Find Out Who You Really Are! You can create a new life. A life revised in small but crucial ways-or perhaps you will totally change the way things have been up to now. You choose, of course. But first you need to know just who you really are and to shed the conditioning imposed on you by decades of conforming to other people's expectations and other people's interpretations. This book-a blueprint to the life you really desire-has been developed by Peter Shepherd, author of Transforming the Mind. A step by step approach is followed throughout to help you uncover and remove the barriers to self-knowledge and freedom of expression and action. Effective techniques enable you to draw up a map for yourself through which: 1. You get to know yourself-and your various ways of being-much better. 2. You realize what decisions and choices you have made and acted upon, which have created the effects-positive or negative-that you are currently experiencing. 3. You learn how to go about redirecting your life along a path which is more in accordance with what you are hoping to achieve. Daring to be Yourself gives you the tools to really turn your life around. You will learn important new skills, enabling you to look at the world with a more aware and open mind-left brain and right brain working in harmony-no longer suppressing your needs, wants and feelings. And so begin a new life of enhanced achievement and happiness.

Daring To Rest

Author: Karen Brody
Publisher: Sounds True
ISBN: 1622039106
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Daring To Rest from the Author: Karen Brody. What if you could reboot your health, tap into your creative self, reclaim your wild nature, lead from your heart—and still feel well rested? As modern women, we’re taught that we can do it all, have it all, and be it all. While this freedom is beautiful, it’s also exhausting. Being a “worn-out woman” is now so common that we think feeling tired all the time is normal. According to Karen Brody, feeling this exhausted is not normal—and it’s holding us back. In Daring to Rest, Brody comes to the rescue with a 40-day program to help you reclaim rest and access your most powerful, authentic self through yoga nidra, a meditative practice that guides you into one of the deepest states of relaxation imaginable. It’s time to lie down and begin the journey to waking up Though it comes from the yogic tradition, yoga nidra doesn’t look like a typical yoga class—the entire practice is done lying down. As you listen to a guided meditation, you’re gently taken into complete inner stillness, effortlessly releasing into a healing state that works on both cellular and subtle body levels. With Daring to Rest, Brody presents a comprehensive yoga nidra program that unfolds in three phases: rest for physical exhaustion, release for mental and emotional exhaustion, and rise for tuning in to the “life purpose exhaustion” that can come when we’re not in our full power. Each phase includes a downloadable yoga nidra guided meditation and supportive practices. “By directly accessing your subconscious mind, yoga nidra helps shift the long-held patterns that prevent you from stepping fully into your purpose and power,” writes Brody. “Now is the time to break the cycle of fatigue and return to your truest self—the woman you are when you’re not constantly exhausted.”

Studies Of The Greek Poets Volume 2 Of 2

Author: John Addington Symonds
Publisher: HARPER & BROTHERS
ISBN:
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Studies Of The Greek Poets Volume 2 Of 2 from the Author: John Addington Symonds. Example in this ebook CHAPTER XIV. GREEK TRAGEDY AND EURIPIDES. The chapters on Æschylus and Sophocles have already introduced the reader to some of the principal questions regarding Attic tragedy in general. Yet the opening of a new volume justifies the resumption of this subject from the beginning, while the peculiar position of Euripides, in relation to his two great predecessors, suggests the systematic discussion of the religious ideas which underlay this supreme form of national art, as well as of the æsthetical rules which it obeyed in Greece. Critics who are contented with referring the origin of the Greek drama to the mimetic instinct inherent in all humanity are apt to neglect those circumstances which render it an almost unique phenomenon in literature. If the mimetic instinct were all that is requisite for the origination of a national drama, then we might expect to find that every race at a certain period of its development produced both tragedy and comedy. This, however, is far from being the case. A certain rude mimesis, such as the acting of descriptive dances or the jesting of buffoons and mummers, is indeed common in all ages and nations. But there are only two races which can be said to have produced the drama as a fine art originally and independently of foreign influences. These are the Greeks and the Hindoos. With reference to the latter, it is even questionable whether they would have composed plays so perfect as their famous Sakountala without contact with Hellenic civilization. All the products of the modern drama, whether tragic or comic, must be regarded as the direct progeny of the Greek stage. The habit of play-acting, continued from Athens to Alexandria, and from Rome to Byzantium, never wholly expired. The "Christus Patiens," attributed to Gregory of Nazianzus, was an adaptation of the art of Euripides to Christian story; and the representation of "Mysteries" during the Middle Ages kept alive the dramatic tradition, until the discovery of classic literature and the revival of taste in modern Europe led to the great works of the English, Spanish, French, and subsequently of the German theatre. Something more than the mere instinct of imitation, therefore, caused the Greeks to develop their drama. Like sculpture, like the epic, the drama was one of the artistic forms through which the genius of the Greek race expressed itself—by which, to use the language of philosophical mysticism, it fulfilled its destiny as a prime agent in the manifestation of the World-Spirit. In their realization of that perfect work of art for which they seem to have been specially ordained, the drama was no less requisite than sculpture and architecture, than the epic, the ode, and the idyl. Two conditions, both of which the Greeks enjoyed in full perfection at the moment of their first dramatic energy, seem to be requisite for the production of a great and thoroughly national drama. These are, first, an era of intense activity or a period succeeding immediately to one of excitement, by which the nation has been nobly agitated; secondly, a public worthy of the dramatist spurring him on by its enthusiasm and intelligence to the creation of high works of art. A glance at the history of the drama in modern times will prove how necessary these conditions are. To be continue in this ebook

The Art Of Inspired Living

Author: Sarah Corrie
Publisher: Karnac Books
ISBN: 1855756714
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The Art Of Inspired Living from the Author: Sarah Corrie. This book is about learning to live your life more fully. It doesn't promise you abundant joy, the relationship of your dreams, untold riches or miracle cures. But what it does promise you is a comprehensive program of personal development, change and growth that is highly effective. This coaching program has been developed with two audiences in mind. The first is those who wish to coach themselves to success and who are confident about achieving positive results once they know the basic framework. The second audience is those who work as coaches and who are looking for new ideas and frameworks that they can build into their existing practice. Whatever has drawn you to this book whether it is because you feel you have reached a crossroads in your life, because you have a very specific goal in mind, or because you are a coach looking for some fresh ideas there is something here for you.

Summa Theologica Volume 2 Part Ii First Section

Author: St Thomas Aquinas
Publisher: Cosimo, Inc.
ISBN: 160206556X
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Summa Theologica Volume 2 Part Ii First Section from the Author: St Thomas Aquinas. "The Summa Theologica is the best-known work of Italian philosopher, scholar, and Dominican friar SAINT THOMAS AQUINAS (1225 1274), widely considered the Catholic Church s greatest theologian. Famously consulted (immediately after the Bible) on religious questions at the Council of Trent, Aquinas s masterpiece has been considered a summary of official Church philosophy ever since. Aquinas considers approximately 10,000 questions on Church doctrine covering the roles and nature of God, man, and Jesus, then lays out objections to Church teachings and systematically confronts each, using Biblical verses, theologians, and philosophers to bolster his arguments. In Volume II, Aquinas addresses: happiness good and evil love and hatred hope and despair anger virtue sin and grace and much more. This massive work of scholarship, spanning five volumes, addresses just about every possible query or argument that any believer or atheist could have, and remains essential, more than seven hundred years after it was written, for clergy, religious historians, and serious students of Catholic thought."

Handbook Of Scales In Tourism And Hospitality Research

Author: Dogan Gursoy
Publisher: CABI
ISBN: 1780644531
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Handbook Of Scales In Tourism And Hospitality Research from the Author: Dogan Gursoy. As the field of tourism and hospitality experiences maturity and scientific sophistication, researchers need to fully understand the breadth and depth of existing scales that help explain, understand, monitor, and predict not only behaviour but also consequences of such behaviour as a function of demand and supply interactions in the field. By introducing the importance of measurement and scales and providing groupings of existing scales The Handbook of Scales in Tourism and Hospitality Research serves as the state of the art reference book in the field of tourism, hospitality and allied fields such leisure, recreation, and services management .