Life's Song

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Life's Song by Imran Umar Summary

Life's Song - A journey from childhood to adulthood and beyond Whether it's just a refreshing reminder of everyday peoples thoughts, or something to provoke and internalise your thoughts this poetry does just that. You feel your body tingle with every word read, anticipating the next line. Written to show the thoughts of a young mind, developing through childhood and into adulthood Life's song take you on a journey of the minds ever changing emotion. Inspired by life, full of passion it's the comfort within the words that drives you to read it again and again.

Life Song

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Life Song by Susan O’Neill Summary

Life Song: An Irish Odyssey opens in Wessex in 979 A.D. In 10th-century Britain, a band of Viking soldiers from the Dublin area is assigned to raid at random along the Wessex coast. Their purpose is to disturb the efforts of the English monarch, King Aethelred, who is attempting to unite the nobility more fully under their feudal government, and hinder the Danish incursion into Britain. Owyn is the nine-year-old son of a blacksmith living with his family outside the local nobleman’s castle. The band of Viking raiders encounters only a small band of peasants in an isolated enclave. They kill most of the villagers and take the females as slaves. But they did not count on one survivor. Young Owyn is discovered and rescued by a band of Benedictine monks who take him to their abbey. There they heal and raise him. Owyn’s mother and his sisters were taken prisoner in the raid. The boy dreams that his father charges him with a mission to reunite his family. How this tragedy affects Owyn’s resolve, proves that even an ordinary person can do extraordinary things, as he undertakes the journey to find his lost loved ones. This epic story of warring cultures, politics, and human relationships transcends the generations.

A Life Song Between Two Worlds

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A Life Song Between Two Worlds by Francis Boni Summary

In this revised edition of A Life Song Between Two Worlds, Dr. Francis Boni expands his original book of poetry, updating his thoughts on society, government, and philosophy. He seeks to enlighten others on points of views that would be otherwise unconsidered and encourages them to think beyond the words on the page and their own personal experiences. His verses reflect the emotional rhythm of the meaning of life and its baffling paradoxes, which are hard to resolve or to accept. He considers the violence in our society currently-still crying for a real tentative or effective solution-in an effort to reclaim the calm of years long past. Boni's work is poetry of ideas, purpose-poetry with a message-a dynamic blend of ideas expressed in a dialectical relationship in a symbolically and intensely passionate way. "A Hero's Life There are no great men But only great challenges That "authentic" spirits must meet To overcome Not only personal fears But also the dreads Of that unknown and unconscious reality Which manifests those challenges Through which they become villains or heroes.

Second Sight (Second Tale of the Lifesong)

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Second Sight (Second Tale of the Lifesong) by N.A Summary

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The Song of My Life

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The Song of My Life by Maud-Key Shelton Rock Summary

The autobiography of a remarkable woman whose life and singing career have extended well into her nineties. Following her own star through devotion to art, family and religion, she lived a rich and colorful life. The "song" of this life is an inspiration for all.

Life : A Song, A Dance

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Life : A Song, A Dance by Osho Summary

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The Life of a Song Volume 2

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The Life of a Song Volume 2 by Jan Dalley,David Cheal Summary

When great songs have been written and released, they often take on a life of their own, reshaped and given new life, transcending genres. THE LIFE OF A SONG is a compilation of weekly columns written for FT Weekend, containing the biographies of 50 songs that have been born, reborn, sometimes hideously mangled, but often reinvigorated by new generations of artists. Here you will find songs that shook the world, songs that heralded the birth of a new musical movement, songs that made the journey from soul to punk and from heavy rock to hip-hop.

Paul’S Lifesong of Joy and Unity

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Paul’S Lifesong of Joy and Unity by Sharon I. Gresham Summary

When Paul and Silas were in prison in Philippi, they burst into singing. Paul looked at life with a joyful song. He found delight when believers lived in harmony. The theme of this Bible study is Pauls Life-Song. Hear his song in the letter he wrote to Philippi, even while in another prison. Some strains explode with joy, while other stanzas carry a minor melody to encourage or warn the people he loved. Study his messages and learn how to apply Pauls attitudes regardless of his circumstances. This Bible study is rich with insights into the Hebrew and Greek and covers themes Paul brings from the Old Testament or other New Testament teachings. Dive deeper into those themes by taking important excursions into the background of the topics. This in-depth verse-by-verse investigation is valuable for individuals or groups. Enjoy the commentary while completing the workbook and applying the messages to everyday situations. Determine your timeframe for the study as you discover what the Lord Jesus wants to do in your life through Paul. Ive had the privilege of knowing Sharon Gresham as a teacher/speaker for many years and now as a writer. Her commitment to in-depth study and application of the Bible is refreshing. The Philippians study equips the pastor/teacher with a resource much needed in the church today. I am excited to teach this study both in our church and as we minister internationally. Darrel Auvenshine, pastor of Southside City Church, Fort Worth, Texas With a gift for accurately communicating Gods Word in a relevant and personal way, Sharon Greshams in-depth study of Philippians will delight and thrill any serious student of the Scriptures. I highly recommend it! Scott Whitson, director of missions, Southwest Metroplex Baptist Association and former missionary to Tanzania

Irving Berlin

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Irving Berlin by Philip Furia,Professor of Creative Writing Philip Furia Summary

To chronicle the life of "America's songster", Furia draws on original research and documents from the Berlin estate to provide a full picture of Berlin's life and achievements. 30 illustrations. Index. Sonography.

The Song of Life

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The Song of Life by George E. Samuels Summary

Geared toward those who need help or healing, The Song of Life provides twenty-seven lessons to propel you on the path to understanding what is really in your heart and mind. Author George E. Samuels, a spiritual master and coach, can help you become aware of your place in the world. The Song of Life links you with the universe, as well as the universal consciousness with our own individual consciousness. Offering tips and insights, it helps you to see your connection to more than what you currently see—to open and expand your vision so that you recognize the universe as more than a science project, but instead as an introduction to your universal partnership. The lessons focus on topics such as letting go, tasting the bitter, affirming the positive, understanding your mental and physical universe, and realizing the importance of meditation in this mix. The Song of Life seeks to help you heal, to show you your place in the universe, and to create a better universe for all.

Life Woven with Song

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Life Woven with Song by Nora Dauenhauer Summary

Presents, in prose, the story of a Tlingit Indian woman from southeastern Alaska and the oral tradition passed down from the village elders.

LifeSong

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LifeSong by Wilfred Crooks Summary

This is a collection of poetry written through the years of the authors life. They reflect his life, trials and triumphs at different times. Some are insightful while others are just for the humour. While you read this book, you will be able to see his development as a person and learn about the person behind the words.

Life, Love & Song

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Life, Love & Song by TeresaW. Hogan Summary

Teresa Hogan has edited many children's books and poems and has had her poetry published in several anthologies through the American Poets Society, JMW Publishing Company, and Poetry.Com. Now she is pleased to share with you her first compilation of poetry in Life, Love & Song. The author shares her philosophy on the many aspects of life with a creatively empathetic view. In a simple but unique and poetically expressive way, she awakens the beauty of nature, the gift of love, the value of friends and family, the nostalgia of memories, the harshness of reality and the joy of happiness. Through life experiences, through happiness and despair, you will find within these few pages a treasure in which the heart can relate to.

Life and Building as Portrayed in the Song of Songs

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Life and Building as Portrayed in the Song of Songs by Witness Lee Summary

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John's Song of Life

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John's Song of Life by Jerome P. Vanora Summary

Framed as a philosophical dialogue between teacher and student centered on a question of supreme interest to all thinking persons – whether man’s soul or essence is immortal – the work is an attempt to reach a conclusion by integrating into a coherent whole various diverse influences in the life of the author. Inspired by various sources, Eastern and Western, and many years or personal soul searching, the dialogue reflects an optimism in the face of pain or loss that is the result of the author’s lifelong passion for philosophy. When it was first suggested to the author that a brief introduction to John’s Song of Life might be helpful to the reader, his initial reaction was that the dialogue should speak for itself. After some reflection, however, he came to the conclusion that a few words about his background and how this work came to be written might be of interest to at least some of his readers. The effort to philosophically bridge the gap between East and West made herein is the result of the author’s attempt, after many years of study and reflection, to assimilate and integrate into a coherent whole, if possible, differing influences in his life and, specifically, to summarize a personal faith which is both religious and philosophic. Born and raised a Catholic in New York, the author readily acknowledges his debt of gratitude for the invaluable education, religious and secular, he received at the parochial schools he attended over the course of twelve years. Then, after starting college over forty-five years ago, he was introduced one fateful day by a friend to Samuel Weiser’s bookstore at 845 Broadway in New York. There he discovered a veritable treasure-house of countless gems of Eastern wisdom. One of the staff was especially helpful and introduced him to the works of Paul Brunton, an Englishman who became an authority on Yoga and India’s higher philosophy. In a short while, the author, who had theretofore read only Western philosophy in school, became a serious student of Eastern philosophy and, in the process, a pretty good customer of the bookstore. Eventually, one of the proprietors was instrumental in the author’s acquisition of some of Paul Brunton’s letters from a dealer in California. The author never became a professional philosopher. He went from college to law school and thereafter chose a legal career with the State of New York. He did remain a student of Eastern philosophic thought. And was fortunate enough, over the years, to have enjoyed many peaceful weekends of quiet reflection at St. Ignatius Retreat House in Manhasset, New York. It is in this vein that he offers his own reflections for whatever they may be worth to other seekers after truth. What is it really that we seek? One author, John Levy, aptly says that the words “ultimate reality” refer to “a hunger which concepts . . . even creeds, entirely fail to meet, a hunger that is innate in every enquiring person.” Can this hunger ever be satisfied? That ancient classic of Eastern wisdom, the Ashtavakra Gita, repeatedly enjoins us to “be happy.” This command implies that man’s innate hunger and heartfelt longing for the Ultimate can be completely satisfied, notwithstanding the failure of finite human intellect to comprehend It. But does Western wisdom agree? Happily, the answer is yes. The Judeo-Christian tradition includes the beautiful Book of Psalms where we find the famous injunction, “Be still and know that I am God” (Psalms 46:10). Clearly, these words indicate that knowledge of God awaits the man or woman who can find the stillness behind the ever-moving mind. But in our hectic society, can such stillness ever be found? What is Yoga if not a discipline to achieve such an end? That such a discipline has existed in the West as well as the East, though under a different label, is clear from the English mystical classic The Cloud of Unknowing. The author, in examining life as Socrates urged, is an optimist at heart. In the dialogue whic

Love Song for the Life of the Mind

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Love Song for the Life of the Mind by Gene Fendt Summary

Love Song for the Life of the Mind develops the view of comedy that, the author argues, would have been set out in Aristotle's missing second book of Poetics. As such it is both a philosophical and a historical argument about Aristotle; and the theory of comedy it elucidates is meant to be trans-historically and trans-culturally accurate.

Life Verses: the Song of a Writer

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Life Verses: the Song of a Writer by LJ Sherard Summary

Blending lyrical content for the expression of poetic production, the style of this book showcases how precise the art of words and phrases are conjoined to become a definitive interpretation of poetry. Relating on the topics of love, religion, politics, family, friendships, and other common areas in life, Life Verses: The Song of a Writer displays the intellectual capability of allowing the originality from the Authors perspective to be showcased. Taken from the experiences of the Authors own life and trying to distinguish between the imaginative versus the reality, the composing is very much relating his experiences and others as well.