Going Somewhere

Author: Lady Saundra

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1669800687

Category: Fiction

Page: 90

View: 5164


In my land of imagination, I am “GOING SOMEWHERE”. I am speaking of my trip to Africa and Brazil and various other continents. I will be exploring the habitats of various species, how they live, survive, and suffer tragedy losing a baby, they grieve as we do, but they keep it moving. A herd of elephants sees danger, they take the herd and they go somewhere else. They are always “GOING SOMEWHERE”. Constant movement in the animal kingdom, as there is constant movement in the universe. When God used the firmament to separate the ocean from the land, I correlate the animal kingdom, and the universe with our own human nature, as we experience losses, tragedy, we must process the pain, heal and keep it moving. “GOING SOMEWHERE” can mean a lot, take it as it resonates. You could be recovering from a horrific accident, losing a loved one, trying to overcome an addiction. You’re going to rehab, so you are “GOING SOMEWHERE” I’m addressing animals the most because of their intuitive nature to sense danger before it comes. Animals instinctive will to survive is unbelievable. So, the essence of the book is about not staying stuck, and learning from animals to keep it moving and always strive to get up from tragedy, learn to be more intuitive, and keep it moving. Lady Saundra

Going Somewhere

Author: Brian Benson

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 1101634928

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 288

View: 6481


Brian has a million vague life plans but zero sense of direction. So when he meets Rachel, a self-possessed woman who daydreams of bicycling across the States, he decides to follow her wherever she'll take him. Brian and Rachel soon embark on a ride from northern Wisconsin to Somewhere West, infatuated with the promise of adventure and each other. But as the pair progress from the Northwoods into the bleak western plains, they begin to discover the messy realities of life on the road. Mile by mile, they contend with merciless winds and brutal heat, broken bikes and bodies, each other and themselves—and the looming question of what comes next. Told in a voice "as hilarious as it is wise" (Cheryl Strayed), Going Somewhere is a candid tale of the struggle to move forward.

The Diasporic Condition

Author: Ghassan Hage

Publisher: University of Chicago Press

ISBN: 022654723X

Category: Social Science

Page: 256

View: 2070


Bridging the gap between migration studies and the anthropological tradition, Ghassan Hage illustrates that transnationality and its attendant cultural consequences are not necessarily at odds with classic theory. In The Diasporic Condition, Ghassan Hage engages with the diasporic Lebanese community as a shared lifeworld, defining a common cultural milieu that transcends spatial and temporal distance—a collective mode of being here termed the “diasporic condition.” Encompassing a complicated transnational terrain, Hage’s long-term ethnography takes us from Mehj and Jalleh in Lebanon to Europe, Australia, South America, and North America, analyzing how Lebanese migrants and their families have established themselves in their new homes while remaining socially, economically, and politically related to Lebanon and to each other. At the heart of The Diasporic Condition lies a critical anthropological question: How does the study of a particular sociocultural phenomenon expand our knowledge of modes of existing in the world? As Hage establishes what he terms the “lenticular condition,” he breaks down the boundaries between “us” and “them,” “here” and “there,” showing that this convergent mode of existence increasingly defines everyone’s everyday life.

DI Helen Grace

Author: M. J. Arlidge

Publisher: Penguin UK

ISBN: 1405932120

Category: Fiction

Page: 2400

View: 5166


'Detective Inspector Helen Grace is one of the greatest heroes to come along in years' Jeffery Deaver M J Arlidge's D I Helen Grace Ebook Bundle contains the following: Eeny Meeny Pop Goes the Weasel The Doll's House Liar Liar Little Boy Blue Hide and Seek

Want to Go West Lady?

Author: Ben Steinlage

Publisher: Tate Publishing

ISBN: 1602474338

Category: California

Page: 254

View: 1994


From book cover: "The characters are so real, you feel they are family and you will laugh and cry along with them. Follow the lives of three teens, prior to and through the Civil War, Reconstruction of the South and then into the twentieth century in Oregon and California."

Is This It?

Author: Rachel Jones

Publisher: The Good Book Company

ISBN: 1784981427

Category: Religion

Page: N.A

View: 4331


An honest, positive and personal journey through the angst of adulting, showing the difference Jesus makes

Praying for the Dawn

Author: Ruth Burgess, Galloway Kathy

Publisher: Wild Goose Publications

ISBN: 1849521786

Category: Religion

Page: 192

View: 367


The ministry of healing plays a vital and central part in the life of the Iona Community. It is a ministry in which justice is as important as medicine, reverence for the earth is as vital as respect for the individual person and the health of the body politic matters as much as the health of the body personal. In addition to giving a taste of the background, context and range of this work, Praying for the Dawn offers detailed resources for those who wish to introduce the ministry of healing to their own churches or groups but are unsure of where to start.

A Jewish Refugee in New York

Author: Kadya Molodovsky

Publisher: Indiana University Press

ISBN: 0253040779

Category: Fiction

Page: 198

View: 5873


“This novel invites the reader inside the mind of a Polish Jewish woman who has recently arrived in New York just after WWII began in Europe.” —Jeffrey Shandler, author of Anne Frank Unbound Rivke Zilberg, a twenty-year-old Jewish woman, arrives in New York shortly after the Nazi invasion of Poland, her home country. Struggling to learn a new language and cope with a different way of life in the United States, Rivke finds herself keeping a journal about the challenges and opportunities of this new land. In her attempt to find a new life as a Jewish immigrant in the United States, Rivke shares the stories of losing her mother to a bombing in Lublin, jilting a fiancé who has made his way to Palestine, and a flirtatious relationship with an American “allrightnik.” In this fictionalized journal originally published in Yiddish, author Kadya Molodovsky provides keen insight into the day-to-day activities of the large immigrant Jewish community of New York. By depicting one woman’s struggles as a Jewish refugee in the United States during WWII, Molodovsky points readers to the social, political, and cultural tensions of that time and place.

Don't Be a Donkey

Author: Chadd McArthur

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 1469024144

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 130

View: 5733


Don't be a Donkey is a true story about the life and career of Chef Chadd McArthur. It is about the lessons, about both kitchen and life, that he learned while working for Gordon Ramsay. Eighteen hours a day, five days a week... when you work with a great chef and leader that much, his wisdom will rub off on you, and at times traumatize you. The lessons learned will stick with Chef McArthur for the rest of his life, and now, with funny stories and clever insights into working with one of the world's most well-known chefs, he's sharing them in this very audiobook. From having Chef Gordon Ramsay himself fling a ravioli at him, to the integrity with which Ramsay dealt with the death of a colleague, Chef McArthur has a lot to tell about his three years spent working in Ramsay's flagship restaurant in London, sometimes directly under the man himself. Each chapter also includes a recipe, some created wholly by the author,and some influenced by Chef Ramsay's own signature dishes. Enjoy this fresh new take on Gordon Ramsay, and the challenges of a chef who survived Ramsay's kitchen for years.