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Author: Katherine Plant
The Place Between Here and There If you are grieving from a heartbreaking loss of a loved one, this book may help you find peace. If you are wondering if all you see here on earth is all that is, this book may bring some light to your thoughts. If you are a person who believes in the infinite spirit inside each of us, this book may be an affirmation of all that you hold sacred. After an accident leaves a loving father in a coma, on the verge of life and death, he travels to another place. On the outside, he was in a hospital bed; but, on the inside he was in place he calls, "The Place Between Here and There." It was a place where time did not exist; where people were spirits; and where he learned the wisdom of the universe. This book details his journey to this wondrous place, then back to earth, where he must rehabilitate from grave injuries, only to then experience the worst tragedy a parent can imagine. With the help of a soul connection from the higher realms, he finds his way back to the peace and bliss he learned from The Place Between Here and There. Authors Note: Kathie and I are humbled by all the kind words of support for this book on Peace, Love and Light and the realization the life has a purpose, for ourselves and the universe in its entirety. Life is good and people are good, even when bad things happen. This book discusses that thought and demonstrates that even in these challenging times that there is indeed light, and that light is beautiful. Bob Wrote: I was finding it hard to not feel depressed during this current health and economic crisis. My wife gifted me your book "The Place Between Here and There", because she thought it would make me feel better. I read late into the night. This morning, there is sunshine. I feel a new strength and see with a bigger perspective. I just want to say the book is tremendous and will fascinate and help so many people for years to come. There are many people I am excited to share this with, people in my family who will benefit greatly from this book, and I will proudly pass this gift along to everyone. Tracy Wrote: Yesterday, I read 70 pages in one sitting. I just did not want to put the book down!! I had such a range of emotions - love, heartache, happiness, inspiration, and awe. I finished the book so quickly, and I usually do not read books often. It reaffirms that in love we can find happiness and there is more to us beyond what we see here on Earth. Caroline Wrote: This book is beautiful! It came to me 2 days after my grandmothers passing. And while I already share the same beliefs as the authors, I still found it incredibly enlightening and comforting. Thank you for sharing your experience. I experienced many epiphanies and connected things for the first time while reading it.
“Are you escaping, then, the pursuit of your latest escapade? Or are you, rather,
going between here and there?” “One is always going between here and there,”
he responded lightly. “I have been on a quest for a very long time; a quest for a ...
Author: Jack L. Chalker
Publisher: Hachette UK
Back in Husaquahr, the other world, after a brief sojourn on Earth, Joe expected to pick up his life and go on, pretty much the same. He should have known better. To begin with, the evil Dark Baron had managed to escape and had teamed up in the far North with the Master of the Dead. Alone, either was a disaster; together, they were potential catastrophe. There were also some changes for which Joe wasn't prepared. He'd accepted the fact that his beloved Tiana now had the body of an exotic dancer. But then he discovered that she was a slave with a growing slave mindset - and would always be a slave. Worst of all, Joe discovered that there had been some highly unwelcome changes in him. In all literal truth, he could no longer call his soul his own - because it wasn't!
Where there can be no confusion, we will express these together as PAST,
PRESENT, or FUTURE. ... were discussed, and we noticed that the distinction between here and there and between this and that has to do with the proximity to
Author: Willem J. M. Levelt
Publisher: MIT Press
The author accomplishes the formidable task of covering the entire process of speech production, from constraints on conversational appropriateness to articulation and self-monitoring of speech.
In a way, there is no difference between here and there, because there is only
here, there is only one place, and it's here and it's everywhere. How do I view my
body? Am I then already dead, in a sense, because there is only one place?
That afternoon the caravan arrived at Pawnee Rock, a one-hundredand-fifty-foot-
high mound with sheer rock faces. “It's the last landmark you're gonna see till we
get down into New Mexico,” McGuire told Matt's mess. “Between here and there,
Author: Jon R. Bauman
Publisher: Truman Talley Books
Santa Fe, in the early 1800s, was a part of Mexico, and the city's landed gentry, the haciendados, had developed an appetite for the good life. Matthew Collins, an entrepreneurial American, sees opportunity there. He bankrolls a wagon train filled with fine goods from St. Louis and, with a partner, succeeds in transporting everything, despite storms and fierce bands of Comanches, across the Great American Desert to a ready market in Santa Fe. Soon, Matt and his partner become prosperous and respected men. Matt profits from the trapping and selling of hundreds of beaver skins just before the London market for them collapses. Welcomed into the home of Moses Mendoza, one of the leading haciendados, Matt eventually marries Moses's daughter Celestina. By the mid-1840s, war looms between the United States and Mexico. Matt is called to Washington by President Polk. The urgent matter: how to arrange the turnover of New Mexico and Santa Fe to the United States without causing great bloodshed. Matt develops a plan... Mixing a fascinating and exciting cast of characters with the adventure and uncertainty of the times, Santa Fe Passage is a remarkable story full of rich detail and vivid imagery of life in then Mexico in the early nineteenth century.
Here the sun-baked soil was sandy, the rocks were glaring white, and but little
turf was to be seen. A few palms, bent southward by the sea wind, and here and there a cluster of acacias, gave shade to pedestrians, while between the road
Author: Lee A. Farrow
Publisher: University of Delaware Press
"Farrow's conclusions are based on extensive research in published and archival primary sources, including inheritance and land disputes overseen by the Imperial Russian Senate, as well as confiscation records from the Chancellery of Confiscations, and are an important contribution to the ongoing debate about the nature of Russian aristocracy."--Jacket.
“That man standing on the corner. The one pretending to wait for a bus.” “Maybe
he is waiting for a bus.” “Not when he followed us from the office to here. There
are at least three bus stops between here and there.” “Think he's your stalker?
Author: Elle James
"Scandal could not touch the Kendall family--not with the unsolved Christmas Eve murders looming over their heads. So when eldest son Devin was caught in a compromising situation with his executive assistant, he decided to turn tabloid news in his favor. If Jolie Carson posed as his fiancee, the press would leave him alone and he could conduct his own investigation. Of course Jolie agreed to Devin's proposition--she'd secretly loved her boss for six long years. Being so close to Devin only made her desire grow stronger, though the danger was not just to her heart. Because someone was after the Kendall family, and Jolie's pretend engagement had made her the next target"--Publisher.
The ball , suspended by a string , is swung to and fro , and the child is taught to
understand the difference between “ here ” and “ there . " As it moves , the child
repeats Here , there . 3. It is held over a cube , or some other object ; the child is ...
... the only observable developments seem to be changes between different
types of pointing words, for example, changes between two equivalent pairs: 'this/
that' and 'here/there'. The shifting principle behind the two pairs is identical, and
Author: Guy Deutscher
Publisher: Metropolitan Books
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Blending the spirit of Eats, Shoots & Leaves with the science of The Language Instinct, an original inquiry into the development of that most essential-and mysterious-of human creations: Language Language is mankind's greatest invention-except, of course, that it was never invented." So begins linguist Guy Deutscher's enthralling investigation into the genesis and evolution of language. If we started off with rudimentary utterances on the level of "man throw spear," how did we end up with sophisticated grammars, enormous vocabularies, and intricately nuanced degrees of meaning? Drawing on recent groundbreaking discoveries in modern linguistics, Deutscher exposes the elusive forces of creation at work in human communication, giving us fresh insight into how language emerges, evolves, and decays. He traces the evolution of linguistic complexity from an early "Me Tarzan" stage to such elaborate single-word constructions as the Turkish sehirlilestiremediklerimizdensiniz ("you are one of those whom we couldn't turn into a town dweller"). Arguing that destruction and creation in language are intimately entwined, Deutscher shows how these processes are continuously in operation, generating new words, new structures, and new meanings. As entertaining as it is erudite, The Unfolding of Language moves nimbly from ancient Babylonian to American idiom, from the central role of metaphor to the staggering triumph of design that is the Semitic verb, to tell the dramatic story and explain the genius behind a uniquely human faculty.
The land lies stretched between the Mediterranean and the Jordan, which forms
the boundary today from north to south—a narrow strip along the eastern
Mediterranean. Across the way lies Greece. . . . The same sea is here as there.
But here ...
Author: Gudrun Krämer
Publisher: Princeton University Press
It is impossible to understand Palestine today without a careful reading of its distant and recent past. But until now there has been no single volume in English that tells the history of the events--from the Ottoman Empire to the mid-twentieth century--that shaped modern Palestine. The first book of its kind, A History of Palestine offers a richly detailed interpretation of this critical region's evolution. Starting with the prebiblical and biblical roots of Palestine, noted historian Gudrun Krämer examines the meanings ascribed to the land in the Jewish, Christian, and Muslim traditions. Paying special attention to social and economic factors, she examines the gradual transformation of Palestine, following the history of the region through the Egyptian occupation of the mid-nineteenth century, the Ottoman reform era, and the British Mandate up to the founding of Israel in 1948. Focusing on the interactions of Arabs and Jews, A History of Palestine tells how these connections affected the cultural and political evolution of each community and Palestine as a whole.
Generally , the international boundaries are settled by negotiations between the
government concerned . Here , there was not such scope of settling any
boundary as the tribes were numerous and they are all headed by independent
Author: Rintluanga Pachuau
Publisher: Northern Book Centre
Category: Mizoram (India)
Annotation The publication of Mizoram A Study in Comprehensive Geography is a new contribution to the description and analysis of regional geography of India.
Ablond, ganglyboywith a redmark across hisforehead rushed up the stairs
ontothe quarterdeck and stopped, lookinguneasily between her andthecaptain.
Ivy swallowed.Alright. She shouldn't challenge Mad Machen here. When theyhad
Author: Meljean Brook
The exhilarating introduction to New York Times bestselling author Meljean Brook’s gritty and seductive novels of the Iron Seas. Desperate to leave London, two years ago Ivy Blacksmith secured her overseas passage by striking a provocative bargain with the domineering pirate Mad Machen. Saved from his bed at the last moment, Ivy fled the city, but Mad Machen vowed to come after her… Eking out a living in the little town of Fool’s Cove, Ivy never expected that her impetuous offer would continue to haunt her. But the beautiful blacksmith owes Mad Machen the price of a voyage, and the pirate captain is determined to collect. Includes a preview of Meljean Brook’s The Kraken King. “Here There Be Monsters” previously appeared in Burning Up.
Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Education and LaborPublish On: 1885
The hours of labor are shorter there , and the amount of work performed by the
English miners in a day is much less than the ... they are here ; there are more of
them , and the workingmen avail themselves of their benefits there more than
they do here , even where they do exist . ... There is a marked contrast between
the condition of the workingmen in England and in other parts of Europe when
trade is ...
Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Education and Labor
here, and then in the central massif. The human towns — actually more like
fortified villages than real towns — lie on the coast or on navigable rivers. There's
some trade between the settlements, and some fighting. The towns are all ruled
Author: John Peel
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
When captain Jean-Luc Picard and the crew of the U.S.S. Enterprise™ receive news of a human planet hidden in the center of an immense stellar cloud, they immediately investigate. Penetrating the cloud, the Starship crew is shocked to discover a world of knights and serfs lifted right out of Earth's Middle Ages. Ruthlessly exploiting the planet is a ring of intersellar trophy hunters preying on the immense, native dragon-lizards twentey-feet tall and armored like tanks. Beaming down, an away team soon becomes embroiled in a web of intrigue and murder. Taken prisoner, Picard, Riker, Data and Ro must somehow escape and stop the hunters or face destruction from the hunters' weapon, based on an advanced technoloy capable of utterly annihilating the Starship Enterprise™.
HERE,. THERE,. AND. ANYWHERE. THE ORGANIZERS of this conference have
presented me with a double rhetorical ... of the forty occasions of war in the
western Roman em- pire between 58 b.c., and 107 a.d., twenty-seven were
Author: Jonathan Z. Smith
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
One of the most influential theorists of religion, Jonathan Z. Smith is best known for his analyses of religious studies as a discipline and for his advocacy and refinement of comparison as the basis for the history of religions. Relating Religion gathers seventeen essays—four of them never before published—that together provide the first broad overview of Smith's thinking since his seminal 1982 book, Imagining Religion. Smith first explains how he was drawn to the study of religion, outlines his own theoretical commitments, and draws the connections between his thinking and his concerns for general education. He then engages several figures and traditions that serve to define his interests within the larger setting of the discipline. The essays that follow consider the role of taxonomy and classification in the study of religion, the construction of difference, and the procedures of generalization and redescription that Smith takes to be key to the comparative enterprise. The final essays deploy features of Smith's most recent work, especially the notion of translation. Heady, original, and provocative, Relating Religion is certain to be hailed as a landmark in the academic study and critical theory of religion.
My guess was that since most Arabs had between seven and twelve children, there had to be big houses built to live comfortably with such big families. There
was a door in the dining room that led to the villa upstairs. The neighbors kept it ...
Author: Wanda Blackgrave
Category: Biography & Autobiography
A young woman who marries an Arabian finds herself facing dangers and challenges that she never thought imaginable. She starts her journey traveling to one of the oldest countries in the world. Her new home in Arabia turns out very different than she expected. The way she was raised as an American is all but forgotten when forced to learn the new ways of an ancient culture. She soon discovers that she must learn their language and abide by their religion if she is to survive in their country. After almost fourteen years of living in Arabia she becomes desperate to return to her beloved country to live. She captured her one chance to leave with her three young children and made it back to her hometown. She lived with her three children only for a short while before he came to take them back to Arabia. Her worst nightmare had begun. She unexpectedly met an American man from her hometown who saved her life as she adventured on yet another dangerous journey traveling alone to Arabia in hope of being reunited with her children. This woman’s true life experiences along with various research makes this one of the most intriguing books about the real everyday life of the people in ancient Arabia. This is her true story, finally told.
There is still some ways to go, perhaps the whole of a life, in which we are turned
inside out and made a being for the other. The further serving of being good is
not any simple "freedom from" or "freedom to." If there is here a "freedom from," it
Author: William Desmond
Publisher: SUNY Press
Articulates the necessity for a comprehensive reconstructive thinking about the meaning of being good.
Introduction1 The primacy of deictic concepts — the concern with the distinction between here-and- TKTw/proximal concepts versus there-and-thenldlslal
concepts — is reflected in language by explicit phonetic marking. Such marking
is found ...
Author: Stanley Starosta
Publisher: University of Hawaii Press
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
This volume focuses on problems in the morphological and syntactic analysis of certain Asian and Pacific languages, bringing to bear alternative theories of grammar, including relational, categorical, and lexicase dependency grammar, and a whole-word approach to morphology.
Liz was the first winner of the International Storybridge Award from the National
Storytelling Network (USA), which cited her 'exemplary work promoting the art of
storytelling within Ireland and between other countries'. She lives in the Glens of
Author: Liz Weir
Publisher: The O'Brien Press
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
Why do skunks have an awful smell? What would the sky taste like? Was the snow always white? Stories can answer lots of questions. All around the world people have great tales to tell. Meet the clever rabbit who faces up to a big bully; the mother owl who protects her babies; the dog whose nose is very useful; meet lions, monkeys, elephants, mermaids and fairies.