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Why Hope?

By John Zerzan
  • ISBN Code: : 1627310215
  • Publisher : Feral House
  • Pages : 140
  • Category : Political Science
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The infamous eco-anarchist John Zerzan whose books have resulted in recent interviews by Vice and Believer magazines, checks in with further provocative articles about the chaotic results of civilization and technology. Says novelist Lang Gore in his introduction: "The present collection of essays continues the overarching thrust of John's scholarship, unveiling the post-apocalyptic nature of our times by noting the apocalypse was yesterday, several thousand years ago, to be precise, and that nothing produced by civilization can ever redeem the systematic attempt it has undertaken these (very) few millennia to destroy or alienate any human connection with the earth. "In fact, when civilized Europeans imposed themselves everywhere on Earth, they created a terminal crisis for themselves by their very contact with indigenous societies. Suddenly, those with eyes to see and ears to hear could recognize that patriarchy, property and authority, and certainly slavery, were neither necessary nor desirable, let alone determined by 'human nature.'"

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A Karmic List This is the second volume of The Karma of Self where the same narrator addresses the issue of the influence of emotions in one’s existence. In The Karma of Self the narrator makes the following promise: “It occurred to him that perhaps he should make a list of all the strongest emotions he had experienced, and figure out which ones had been running his life without him being aware of it. Some of them came to mind right away, but he didn’t want to act hastily in this situation since the results had the potential to be quite revealing.” The present book is a fulfillment of that initial promise and a meditation on the results of this inquiry.

Permanently Part Time

By Bridgitte Lesley
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  • Publisher : XinXii
  • Book Code : 3961423016
  • Total of Pages : 86
  • Category : Fiction
  • Members : 229
  • Pdf File: permanently-part-time.pdf

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My success is your success. But most important of all, your success is my success! When Patsy Golding decided to change her life she had no idea of the direction things would take. Trapped in a marriage where she was treated as a possession, she needed to escape. She realized she had married for all the wrong reasons. Charles was not the husband she dreamt of. Starting out as a Homeware representative to make money to stash, Patsy was soon on her way to taking her life back into her own hands. What started out as a money spinner soon became her focus. Success did have its drawbacks. Patsy became the target of her mentor. The person who taught her everything she knew about direct sales. Riddled by jealousy, Hope took her frustrations out on Patsy in the oddest ways imaginable.

East Texas Proud

By Gary B. Boyd
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  • Publisher : AuthorHouse
  • Book Code : 1546225315
  • Total of Pages : 368
  • Category : Fiction
  • Members : 465
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This is a story that is raw and real. Fiercely independent, in true Texas fashion, Stark Wiseman struggles to hold his family heritage together against forces that seem bent on destroying what his grandfather and father had created. The unexpected death of his daughter seems to be the final assault on his resolvethe proverbial straw that breaks the camels back. But Stark fights on against insurmountable odds, determined to preserve his family heritage. The only thing that sustains him is his East Texas pride.

Dunbar's Curse

By Faith V. Smith
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  • Publisher : The Wild Rose Press Inc
  • Book Code : 1612175082
  • Total of Pages : 292
  • Category : Fiction
  • Members : 601
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Erotic dreams haunt Dr. Hope Morgan. The man who makes her burn with desire is only a figment of her imagination—or so she thinks until she meets him at a party. She fears she is losing her mind and flees the handsome stranger but finds she can't seem to get him out of her heart. Miles is over four hundred years old and a bit long in the fang department to fall in love. But when the child he rescues grows up into a beautiful and sensual woman, he can't keep his heart or desire under control. When Hope's life is in danger once again, he moves Heaven and Earth to protect her but wonders who will protect her from him.

As a Deer Longs for Flowing Streams

By Staffan Olofsson
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  • Publisher : Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht
  • Book Code : 3647533831
  • Total of Pages : 242
  • Category : Religion
  • Members : 925
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This volume of the new DSI series is the most comprehensive investigation of Hebrew and Greek translation equivalents in Ps 42-43 in the Psalter and in the Septuagint as a whole currently available. This detailed study does not only include the translation equivalents in the Septuagint, the semantic meanings of the Hebrew and Greek words are also discussed and parallels in the LXX as well as in the Hebrew Bible are included. A systematic investigation of the translator's method must be carried out before one can use the manuscripts in a proper way. Accordingly, the extensive translation-technical emphasis and the discussion of text-critical matters make it possible to present a more accurate Old Greek text and this book may thus contribute to a new critical edition of the Greek Psalter. The book is also in some respects in itself a text-critical study, since all variants in Rahlfs' edition of the Septuagint Psalms, with the addition of Papyrus Bodmer XXIV (Rahlfs 2110), as well as Hebrew variants, are referred to and studied. This includes suggestions and evaluations of the Hebrew Vorlage behind the Septuagint text. It is also a commentary on the Hebrew and the Greek texts of Ps 42-43. Like other commentaries, it describes the position of the psalm, it presents the unity and form of the psalm, its structure and its relation to the close context. As a commentary on both the Hebrew Bible and the Septuagint, it gives an overall interpretation of the psalm in Hebrew and in Greek separately. The book can be read by the specialist in Septuagint studies as well as all scholars interested in translation, textual criticism, and in the book of Psalms, not least its use of metaphors and the reflection of temple theology.**This volume of the new DSI series offers a detailed and comprehensive investigation of Ps 42-43 in Hebrew and Greek from a translation technical and text critical perspective.

Turning Hurts Into Halos

By Robert H. Schuller
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  • Publisher : Thomas Nelson
  • Book Code : 1418565164
  • Total of Pages : 256
  • Category : Religion
  • Members : 244
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This is Robert Schuller like you've never heard before. Though it echoes the extraordinary insightfulness and encouragement you have come to count on from Dr. Schuller, never before has he written a book so personal, so moving. This book is about adversity, tragedy, despair. But it's also about hope, joy, and eternal victory in Jesus. For the first time, he discusses many of the difficult events of his life. He provides positive examples to show readers how he got through them and how they can emerge victoriously also.

The Missouri Trail

By Jan Sparkman
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  • Publisher : WestBow Press
  • Book Code : 1512781592
  • Total of Pages : 164
  • Category : Fiction
  • Members : 829
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An incident that happened when she was nine severed Hope from loving relatives on her mothers side of the family. The mystery of this abandonment, which sentenced her and her parents to life in a shabby Detroit neighborhood, colored her growing-up years. When a call from an all-but-forgotten aunt brings news of the death of Lily, the grandmother Hope remembers from that long-ago childhood, old memories and hurts she thought she had buried rise up again. In The Missouri Trail, Hope returns to Kentucky to attend her grandmothers funeral and to confront the mystery, but her odyssey to unravel the secrets of the past only brings up more questions. What are the aunts hiding? Do the cousins know more than they say they do? And why does her step-cousin Marty insist on talking about forgiveness? As the truth unfolds, Hope is forced to address her parents culpability and her own spiritual deficit. She draws strength from a legacy left her by Grandma Lilythe journal of Hopes great-great-grandmother Marys 1860 wagon journey to southwestern Missouri where her husband will find work in the lead mines. The journal becomes a road map that points Hope in a new direction and helps her make sense of Martys wise words.

Defining Life by Your Dreams Not Difficulties

By George,Becky Gilmour
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  • Publisher : WestBow Press
  • Book Code : 1512707856
  • Total of Pages : 130
  • Category : Religion
  • Members : 120
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Your life can be determined by your dreams or difficultiesyour choice. Most people put up with their difficulties because they are more real than their dreams or the pain of the status quo is less than the pain that accompanies change. But, you do not have to be the victim of your circumstances! When the chains of the past are broken, we are free to pursue our future and to look forward to what God has for us. It is our desire that the principles and stories revealed in this book will help you move from your past to your future and from your difficulties to your dreams.

Tangled Web

By Cathy Gillen Thacker
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  • Publisher : Harlequin
  • Book Code : 1459248783
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  • Category : Fiction
  • Members : 474
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Past transgressions haunted Hope Barrister, whose beauty helped her rise from a tenant farm to a Texas fortune. But her quiet loveliness concealed dark secrets she'd long kept safe, to protect her young son…. Chase Barrister found Hope enigmatic and elegant—but she tasted of forbidden fruit. Years ago, Chase had fled his father's legacy, but he'd taken memories of his stepmother and his own bittersweet desire. After his father's death, Chase returned to Texas and Hope. Would he be caught in the web of familial deceit…or untangle an honest love and truly come home?