The Bridge Across Forever

Author: Richard Bach

Publisher: William Morrow Paperbacks

ISBN: 9780061148484

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 400

View: 3436


More than one year on the New York Times bestseller list! Richard Bach's timeless and uplifting classic of hope and love "We're the bridge across forever, arching above the sea, adventuring for our pleasure, living mysteries for the fun of it, choosing disasters triumphs challenges impossible odds, testing ourselves over and again, learning love and love and love!" "The opposite of loneliness, it's not togetherness. It is intimacy." "Look in a mirror and one thing's sure: what we see is not who we are." "Next to God, love is the word most mangled in every language. The highest form of regard between two people is friendship, and when love enters, friendship dies." "There are no mistakes. The events we bring upon ourselves, no matter how unpleasant, are necessary in order to learn what we need to learn; whatever steps we take, they're necessary to reach the places we've chosen to go."

Bridge Across Forever

Author: Regan Forest

Publisher: Silhouette Books

ISBN: 9780373270217

Category: Fiction

Page: 249

View: 5980


"When Ellen Cole visited Wrenn's Oak, she was charmed by the legend of the ancient stone bridge that lay at the heart of the little Welsh village. Doomed lovers, a witch's curse ... A lovely old fable, nothing more--until she looked down into the rushing waters beneath the bridge and saw a shimmering vision of pure evil, undimmed by three centuries of imprisonment ... And then she met the man--if man he was--called Brennig ... When he touched her, when she looked deep into his strange blue eyes, she forgot everything--even the lover waiting for her in America. All she knew was the ache of an undying passion, a passion that drew her closer, ever closer, to the black waters beneath Wrenn's Oak Bridge ..."--Provided by publisher.

The Bridge Across Forever

Author: Priyanka Mehta

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category:

Page: 86

View: 6606


"They don't know what to make of this, I don't know what to do with it, but an inferno now rises, rises from the little flame I once lit." - A collection of verses on life.

The Fragrance of the Mystical Rose: The Revelation of the Out-of-body Travel Celestial Mysteries from the Enclosed Garden of God

Author: Marilynn Hughes

Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc

ISBN: 1365829103

Category: Religion

Page: N.A

View: 5343


THE FRAGRANCE OF THE MYSTICAL ROSE: THE REVELATION OF THE OUT-OF-BODY TRAVEL CELESTIAL MYSTERIES FROM THE ENCLOSED GARDEN OF GOD - The Fragrance of the Mystical Rose are those Out-of-Body Experiences which are beyond words and lie only within the energetic spheres of knowledge. The Revelation of the Celestial Mysteries is the admittance of such spheres into words and understanding. The Enclosed Garden of God are the Initiations and Rites of Passage within which the Mysteries of God’s Mercy become energetically embodied within the soul . . . and the energetic potential becomes realized as the old man transforms into the new ...

The Mystic Knowledge Series: In One Volume

Author: Marilynn Hughes

Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc

ISBN: 1365829812

Category: Religion

Page: N.A

View: 5547


THE MYSTIC KNOWLEDGE SERIES: IN ONE VOLUME - The Mystic Knowledge Series in One Volume is a group of compilations of the Mystic and Out-of-Body Travel Works of Marilynn Hughes on various subjects of scholarship so you may have at your fingertips all the Out-of-Body Travel Instructions on a particular area of study: Out-of-Body Travel, Ghosts and Lost Souls, Spirit Guides and Guardian Angels, Reincarnation and Karma, Spiritual Warfare, Angels and Demons, Death, Dying and the Afterlife, Heaven, Hell and Purgatory, ExtraTerrestrials, Destiny and Prophecy, Initiations into the Mysteries, Visions of Jesus and the Saints, Ascension, Suffering and Sickness, Mystical Poetry

Footprints In Time

Author: Thomas Sayre

Publisher: Page Publishing Inc

ISBN: 1662432712

Category: Poetry

Page: 474

View: 9197


Footprints in Time was written to show that, no matter how far back in time you were born, no matter your station in life, and no matter how long you may live, you all leave your own individual imprints in time. These imprints I call footprints.

Zen and the Successful Horseplayer

Author: Frederic Donner

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1479740713

Category: Games

Page: 232

View: 9016


Zen and the Successful Horseplayer will provide the beginner, the advanced, and even the professional horse gambler with specific resources to become a winning player. This book will also demonstrate the applicability of Zen and Eastern philosophy to handicapping, betting, and winning. Learn the basic handicapping skills Learn to be centered in your wagering Learn when you must trust your instincts Learn how to break out of a losing cycle Learn that losing is okay, losses can lead to winning on future days Learn how Zen philosophy can make you a WINNER

A Bike Across America

Author: Steve Ritter

Publisher: Archway Publishing

ISBN: 1480808814

Category: Travel

Page: 140

View: 5992


As a midlife challenge, author Steve Ritter decided to leave the comforts of home and the daily routine of his office and set out on an epic journey to bicycle across the United States. Ritter wanted to rediscover his rural roots, explore nature, immerse himself in the rich history of his country, and find out if he still had the endurance of his youth. He wanted to see what other people did every day as he sat at his desk. In A Bike across America, he narrates the story of his thirty-five day, 3,461-mile journey that began April 27, 2013, in Virginia Beach, Virginia, and ended in Newport, Oregon. This travelogue shares Ritter’s thoughts, expectations, and surprises––battling the weather, equipment failures, and his doubts and fears, and being assisted by kind-hearted strangers. With some history and geography included, Ritter tells how this cross-country ride changed his life. Frank and honest, A Bike across America recounts Ritter’s ultimate road trip—one that taught this fifty-year-old empty nester that through perseverance and determination, it could be done.

Once Upon a Blue Dot

Author: Cesar Fernando Lumba

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 1504959116

Category: Fiction

Page: 398

View: 6441


What was it like for the former American colony, the islands of the Philippines, waking up one day in September 1972 and all the democratic institutions had ceased functioning, replaced by a military dictatorship? What was it like for the men and women, especially the women, who had the misfortune of being on the dictator Marcoss vaunted list of enemies and subversives? And what was it like when the Marcos dictatorship finally crumbled, laid waste by a housewife who had acted as a giant killer seeking to break the shackles that had bound the Filipino people hand and foot and in the process finding restitution for the murder of her husband? And how sweet was the sweet bird of revenge (to borrow from playwright Tennessee Williams) when a posse was formed to hunt down the soldiers responsible for the torture and rape of the captured enemies of the state? This is an epic story of the struggle between good and evil. It is also the story of two friends: Gus Liloan and Vic Lucero. Liloan, a man stranded in a foreign land, unable to return to his country, where a police state awaited him, should have gotten his wish as circumstances changed, but he could not find the will to abandon America, partly because he realized that he had already found a new home. But his dream of going home would not die. It had been merely shelved in a remote corner of his soul. Vic Lucero, one of the soldiers charged with the interrogation and torture of political prisoners during the Marcos dictatorship, went into hiding and incognito ownership of a piggery after the dictatorship unraveled.