Conversations with Myself

Author: Mary Lichtenberger

Publisher: Balboa Press

ISBN: 1982233990

Category: Self-Help

Page: 50

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An intimate dialog to recognize and nurture the wisdom, inspiration and love within ourselves is the purpose of this conversation with myself. An appreciation of the gift, possibilities, and promise of a new day. A journey within to find our inner resources, power, and source of contentment. An opportunity to evaluate where have we been, how we get there and understand the new person that has emerged from those experiences. A closer look of the person we have become and how much we accept and love the person we are now. An approach to understanding our free will, relationships, the power of choice and the present moment.

Conversations with Myself

Author: Michael William Peterson

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 1532087039

Category: Fiction

Page: 188

View: 535


Have you ever wondered what you would say if you could confront the different aspects of your personality as if they were different people? This is probably a psychologist’s nightmare but a psychiatrist’s dream! In Conversations with Myself, explore the depths of different personalities that we all have, especially when discussing certain avenues of the human condition. Reflect on men, and women, but also on broader topics like the nature of war, the universe, and happiness. This book is a representation of how the different aspects of our personalities would interact if they were able to talk to each other. Take a humorous look at how the various parts of our personalities come together to make a person complete. Realize that these feelings and ideas—these personalities—connect us all on the level of the human spirit.

Conversations With Myself

Author: Nelson Mandela

Publisher: Pan Macmillan

ISBN: 0230761437

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 500

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Conversations With Myself is a moving collection of letters, diary entries and other writing that provides a rare chance to see the other side of Nelson Mandela's life, in his own voice: direct, clear, private. An international bestseller, Conversations With Myself is an intensely personal book that complements his autobiography Long Walk to Freedom. In his foreword to Nelson Mandela's book, President Barack Obama writes: 'Conversations With Myself does the world an extraordinary service in giving us [a] picture of Mandela the man.' Conversations With Myself gives readers insight to the darkest hours of Nelson Mandela's twenty-seven years of imprisonment and his troubled dreams in his cell on Robben Island. It contains the draft of an unfinished sequel to Long Walk to Freedom, notes from Madiba's famous speeches, and even doodles made during meetings. There are photos from his life, journals written while on the run during the anti-apartheid struggles of the early 1960s, and conversations with friends in almost 70 hours of recorded interviews. An intimate journey from the first stirrings of his political conscience to his galvanizing role on the world stage, Conversations With Myself is an extraordinary glimpse of the man behind one of the world's most beloved public figures. 'More revealing of the man than his autobiography Long Walk to Freedom - and in many respects more moving as well' F.W. De Klerk 'A book that breaks the heart and then makes it sing' Andrew Rawnsley, Observer Books of the Year 'Intensely moving, raw and unmediated, told in real time with all the changes in perspective that brings, over the years, mixing the prosaic with the momentous. Health concerns, dreams, political initiatives spill out together, to provide the fullest picture yet of Mandela.' Peter Godwin, Observer

Conversations with Myself

Author: Martin Stannard

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 108

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If these collected reviews and other writings have themes they probably have to do with the author's evolving discovery over the years of what poetry is, for him, and his struggle to articulate his thoughts about the poetry he likes and the poetry he doesn't. For Martin Stannard, reviewing has always been a process where he finds out what he thinks and questions himself. During this process what started out as gut reaction becomes sentences with words in them, ready to face readers and their questions.

The 24-Day Conversation With The Universe

Author: Bianca Y. Rose

Publisher: Bianca Rose

ISBN: 152387483X

Category: Self-Help

Page: 40

View: 5312


The 24-Day Conversation With The Universe is a piece of work designed for those that feel lost in a world full of distractions, while trying to embark on the evolutionary journey of reaching our fullest potential. For 24 days, Bianca has a conversation with the Universe. She needs some answers, and she believes the Universe has the answers she needs to get to where she wants to be. In order for her to have this conversation, she needs to give the Universe Its full respect, and acknowledge that no entity is as powerful as It.

Mental Maps in the Era of Détente and the End of the Cold War 1968–91

Author: Jonathan Wright,Steven Casey

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 1137500964

Category: History

Page: 259

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Mental Maps in the Era of Détente and the End of the Cold War recreates the way in which the revolutionary changes of the last phase of the Cold War were perceived by fifteen of its leading figures in the West, East and developing world.

Conversations with Leaders

Author: Tine Hansen-Turton,Susan Sherman,Vernice Ferguson

Publisher: Sigma Theta Tau

ISBN: 1930538693

Category: Medical

Page: 206

View: 6663


This book presents 22 conversations with leaders who generously shared their personal and professional experiences. In clear and frank fashion, each of these leaders offers the unique wisdom earned by the sweat equity that is behind all achievement.

Conversations with William Maxwell

Author: Barbara Burkhardt

Publisher: Univ. Press of Mississippi

ISBN: 1617032557

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 256

View: 611


Conversations with William Maxwell collects thirty-eight interviews, public speeches, and remarks that span five decades of the esteemed novelist and New Yorker editor’s career. The interviews collectively address the entirety of Maxwell’s literary work—with in-depth discussion of his short stories, essays, and novels including They Came Like Swallows, The Folded Leaf, and the American Book award-winning So Long, See You Tomorrow—as well as his forty-year tenure as a fiction editor working with such luminaries as John Updike, John Cheever, Eudora Welty, Vladimir Nabokov, and J.D. Salinger. Maxwell’s words spoken before a crowd, some previously unpublished, pay moving tribute to literary friends and mentors, and offer reflections on the artistic life, the process of writing, and his Midwestern heritage. All retain the reserved poignancy of his fiction. The volume publishes for the first time the full transcript of Maxwell’s extensive interviews with his biographer and, in an introduction, correspondence with writers including Updike and Saul Bellow, which enlivens the stories behind his interviews and appearances.

Conversations with My Mind

Author: Neha Phull

Publisher: Notion Press

ISBN: 1639045481

Category: Self-Help

Page: 114

View: 8259


Conflict: Mind, the enemy or mind, the best friend? Argument: The mind answers, “I am a mishandled powerhouse.” Solution: Do not negotiate, inspire it… Conversations With my Mind - A candid narration, beginning from the path of negotiation leading to inspiration. All for the sake of loving thyself.

Conversations with Ilan Stavans

Author: Ilan Stavans

Publisher: University of Arizona Press

ISBN: 9780816522644

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 236

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For almost twenty years, Ilan StavansÑdescribed by the Washington Post as "Latin AmericaÕs liveliest and boldest critic and most innovative cultural enthusiast"Ñhas interviewed path-breaking intellectuals and artists in a wide range of media. As host of the critically acclaimed PBS series La Plaza, he interviews guests on pressing issues that affect the Western Hemisphere today, asking hard-hitting questions on immigration, religion, bilingualism, race, and democracy. This book collects for the first time in one volume StavansÕs most provocative and enlightening interviews with Hispanics from both sides of the Rio Grande. Spontaneous and surprising, these conversations reflect Latino life in the United States in all its facets. Among the more than two dozen selections, Edward James Olmos talks about Hispanics in Hollywood; John Leguizamo describes how he shapes a stage show; author Richard Rodriguez reflects on his gang background; Esmeralda Santiago takes on the Puerto Rican stereotype; and Piri Thomas shares thoughts on the writing of Down These Mean Streets. "A conversation is a tango," writes Stavans, "for it takes two to dance it." Conversations with Ilan Stavans invites readers to catch the rhythm and enjoy these unique meetings of minds.