Author: Anthony Di Micco
View: 4354Life has its seasons, and so too does the heart. In this amazing anthology of poems, the author invites you to experience the four seasons of his heart. Representing youth and vitality, “Spring” contains poems of childhood, in all its purity. “Summer” poems embrace the blooming of love, cooled by gentle breezes and warmed by the sun. As the leaves begin to change colour and fall, the poems of “Autumn” find us contemplative, pondering our lives, our memories, and the passage of time. And finally, the “Winter” comes, and with it ... insight, wisdom, loss, and regret—poems from a heart that has weathered life’s full cycle. Unveiling and touching what is human in all of us, Four Seasons: Beyond Autumn Leaves on the Other Side of the Moon is destined to become a cherished addition to any poetry collection.
Author: Danila Sigal Terranova
Category: Family & Relationships
View: 1448My Four Seasons is a testimony of life. A personal diary transformed into a profound but also fun lecture about how to face an illness with a positive mind; describing how the family and the friends play the most important role in recovery. Having an illness doesnt mean we are ill this is the most definite message this book leaves us with. Its a message of hope and pragmatism about how to cope with difficult moments in our life, which appear suddenly. Those typical moments when we ask ourselves: Why me? instead of: Now what? What constructive learning can we extract from every experience? This is a book, which, those who dont like reading, actually read it in one shot, and those who do enjoy books may even read it more than once. Refreshing and meaningful, it will bring memories of what is a priority in life and the values that fade away in our hectic day-to-day, in the middle of traffic, during the competitive professional race, in the search for financial stability all valid elements in our earthly life, but which cannot be lived in isolation from our internal and spiritual world. Being happy is in our hands; its the attitude that makes the difference. We can choose to surrender to death, or we can choose to live. We can fall and stay there, or we can choose to get up! To all those men and women who have the sad experience of going through an illness experience, know that we can heal ourselves, by regaining the balance and harmony among mind, body and spirit. Hopefully this story, together with so many other testimonies out there, will help diminish the suffering of all those who are just now starting their own journey.
Author: Pamela Duncan Edwards
Publisher: Sleeping Bear Press
Category: Juvenile Fiction
View: 1787Set against the backdrop of a magnificent apple tree, this book uses poetry to cycle through the changes of the four seasons. Beginning with springtime, rhyming couplets take young readers through seasonal activities such as kite flying in the spring, summertime picnicking, fall trick-or-treating, all the way to building snowmen in the winter, before cycling back to spring again. One verse in each season references a major holiday, including Easter and Christmas.
Author: Antonio Vivaldi
Publisher: Alfred Music
View: 5736A Violin solo with piano accompaniment composed by Antonio Vivaldi.
Author: Kathi Kay
Category: Biography & Autobiography
View: 9396This book chronicles the recovery of a little girl’s memory of terror and incest that surfaces when she reaches age 45. Many past horrors have been suppressed until the pressure on the mind is too great to contain. There is then an explosion of memories. These trigger recovery or insanity, depending on the path your mind can accept. I chose recovery.
Author: Marcy Goldman
Publisher: marcy goldman
View: 9377Presents over 175 baking recipes, organized by season and by recipe complexity, along with beverage recipes and source guide for ingredients, tools and equipment.
Author: Wesley McNair
Publisher: Down East Books
View: 1676It is a commonplace that poetry is the literary form that best expresses our deepest feelings. Those who seldom read poetry regularly turn to it for weddings or funerals. The poems in this gift-size anthology speak to the seasons of Maine, celebrating familiar scenery and events in a common language. The 20 poems (five for each season) represent the range of seasonal landscapes and activities from the coast to the northernmost border.
Author: Cynthia J. Morton
Publisher: Boolarong Press
View: 7926Within this quartet of books that I have titled The Four Seasons of The Heart, I will share the deepest pivotal parts of my journey as a recovering alcoholic/addict and survivor of childhood abuse with you. One day at a time, I have lived clean and sober consistently since 1995. However, allowing myself to emotionally grow by not just giving but also receiving love and to genuinely feel deserving of my life’s hard-earned rewards, has presented many challenges. Please allow me as we journey through these pages together to suggest ways that we can heal our heart, dust off our doubt, intercept self-sabotage and invest in self-respect.