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Animal Hauntings and the Hereafter - Elliott O'Donnell
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iUniverse. Paperback. New. Paperback. 68 pages. Dimensions: 8.0in. x 5.0in. x 0.2in.A Beautiful Mind Wasted is a compelling poetic narrative that explores the last five years of young Britton Hawkins life. In the beginning the author introduces himself and his purpose by explaining his back ground and his interests. But this isnt your average story of a young kid growing up and surviving on the tough streets of an overly impoverished area. In fact it is the opposite. Imagine if you will, The fresh prince gone wrong Through A Beautiful Mind Wasted the audience can relive the psyche of a young man who was raised the right way, but chose the wrong path. The reader will experience a tremendous variety of emotions and relatable experiences during his journey, but the prize is in the completion of the story. The narration will place you into a movie like drama, while the poetry will erupt your senses like a Speilberg film. This book embodies the thought process of the latest generation known to man, GENERATION X. Although the story is told through a very hip-hop like swagger the intelligence and philosophies of Hawkins propels him into visionary status. A Beautiful Mind Wasted bridges the gap between the young and wild, and the wise and the mature. Although this book is Hawkins debut as an author he demonstrates a very seasoned style capable of changing the face of the literary world as we know it today. This story alone embodies the potential to launch a new age literary renaissance of young thinkers, creators and philosophers. Embark on a great read that will help you find the warmth within, while experiencing the excruciating reality of a cold harsh world. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., iUniverse, University Of Chicago Press. Paperback. New. Paperback. 456 pages. Dimensions: 8.9in. x 6.0in. x 1.3in.Sculptor, architect, painter, playwright, and scenographer, Gian Lorenzo Bernini (15981680) was the last of the great universal artistic geniuses of early modern Italy, placed by both contemporaries and posterity in the same exalted company as Leonardo, Raphael, and Michelangelo. And his artistic vision remains palpably present today, through the countless statues, fountains, and buildings that transformed Rome into the Baroque theater that continues to enthrall tourists today. It is perhaps not surprising that this artist who defined the Baroque should have a personal life that itself was, well, baroque. As Franco Mormandos dazzling biography reveals, Bernini was a man driven by many passions, possessed of an explosive temper and a hearty sex drive, and he lived a life as dramatic as any of his creations. Drawing on archival sources, letters, diaries, andwith a suitable skepticisma hagiographic account written by Berninis son (who portrays his father as a paragon of virtue and piety), Mormando leads us through Berninis many feuds and love affairs, scandals and sins. He sets Berninis raucous life against a vivid backdrop of Baroque Rome, bustling and wealthy, and peopled by churchmen and bureaucrats, popes and politicians, schemes and secrets. The result is a seductively readable biography, stuffed with stories and teeming with lifeas wild and unforgettable as Berninis art. No one who has been bewitched by the Baroque should miss it. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN, Momence,IL, Commerce,GA., University Of Chicago Press, Jack Day Publishing. Paperback. New. Rose Toth. Paperback. 48 pages. Dimensions: 8.4in. x 8.3in. x 0.2in.Gramma and Grampa live in a house just outside of town with lots and lots of windows. The house is very close to the mountains and it has many apple, cherry and plum trees as well as a garden. So you can imagine the animals that come into their yard looking for a free snack. Sometimes it seems like a cafeteria-- a five-point buck even came for a feeding last week! The most exciting of them all, though, come in the fall after the first frost. Thats when Gramma and Grampa have all those ripe apples. . . A wondrous, joyful exploration of our connection with nature and the importance of our mutual respect, Jack Days debut is a magical journey that showcases the similarities between our wild animal friends and ourselves. When the apples are ripe, a mamma black bear and her two cubs come to Gramma and Grampas yard for some of the sweet treasures. Sometimes the bears wake them up in the middle of the night playing, other times they play in the leaves, and still others they come to take naps in the calm of the trees. But when a chance encounter with a neighbors roofer disturbs the bears naptime, the find themselves as local celebrities when their new napping site is in a place thats a bit more public. Winter is coming, however, and with the coming of snow on the horizon, its time to head back into the mountains--but not before giving Gramma and Grampa an extrordinary parting gift. A sweet ode to the grace and simplicity of life in its purest form, Day delivers a touching story that illustrates the simple joy of life shared by all creatures, great and small. Full of personality, it is a heatfelt reminder that we must cherish all the earth has to offer, even those things that might seem scary on the surface. The perfect story for all children who love animals, Gramma, Grampa, and the Three Bears teaches patience, mutual respect, and the importance of understanding nature. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., Jack Day Publishing, Echo Library. Paperback. New. Paperback. 128 pages. Dimensions: 8.8in. x 6.0in. x 0.4in.If human beings, with all their vices, have a future life, assuredly animals, who in character so often equal, nay, excel human beings, have a future life also. Those who in the Scriptures find a key to all things, can find nothing in them to confute this argument. There is no saying of Christ that justifies one in supposing that man is the only being, whose existence extends beyond the grave. Granted, however, merely for the sake of argument, that we have some ground for the denial of a future existence for animals, consider the injustice such a denial would involve. Take, for example, the case of the horse. Harming no one, and without thought of reward, it toils for man all its life, and when too old to work it is put to death without even the compensation of a wellearned rest. But if compensation be Gods law, as I, for one, believe it to beand also the raison dtre of a hereafter, then surely the Creator, whose chief claim to our respect and veneration lies in the fact that He is just and merciful, will take good care that the horsethe gentle, patient, never-complaining horseis well compensatedcompensated in a golden hereafter. Consider again, the case of another of our four-footed friendsthe dog; the faithful, affectionate, obedient and forgiving dog, the dog who is so often called upon to stand all sorts of rough treatment, and is shot or poisoned, if, provoked beyond endurance, he at last rounds on his persecutors, and bites. And the catthe timid, peaceful cat who is mauled, and all but pulled in two by cruel children, and beaten to a jelly when in sheer agony and fright it scratches. Reflect again, on the cow and the sheep, fed only to supply our wants; shouted at and kicked, if, when nearly scared out of their senses, they wander off the track; and pole-axed, or done to death in some equally atrocious manner when the sickening demand for flesh food is at its height. And yet, you say, these innocent, unoffendingand, I say, martyredanimals are to have no future, no compensation. Monstrous! Absurd! It is an effrontery to common sense, philosophyanything, everything. It is a damned lie, damned bigotry, damned nonsense. The whole animal world will live again; and it will be manspoilt, presumptuous, degenerate manwho will not participate in another life, unless he very much improves. Think well over this, you who preach the gospel of mans pre-eminence;you who prate of God and know nothing whatsoever about Him! The horse, dog, cat, even the wild animals, whose vices, perchance, pale beside your own, may go to Heaven before you. The Supreme Architect is neither a Nero, nor a Stuart, nor a clown. He will recompense all who deserve recompense, be they great or smallbiped or quadruped. It is to testify to a future existence for animals and to create a wider interest in it that I have undertaken to compile this book; and my object, I think, can best be achieved in my own way, the way of the investigator of haunted places. The mere fact that there are manifestations of dead people (pardon the paradox) proves some kind of life after death for human beings; and happily the same proof is available with regard a future life for animals; indeed there are as many animal phantasms as humanperhaps more; hence, if the human being lives again, so do his dumb friends. Be comforted then, you who love your pets, and have been kind to them. You will see them all again, on the soft undying pasture lands of your Elysium and theirs. Be warned, youyou who have despised animals, and have been cruel to them. Who knows but that, in your future life, you may be as they are nowin subjection This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., Echo Library

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Echo Library. Paperback. New. Paperback. 128 pages. Dimensions: 8.8in. x 6.0in. x 0.4in.If human beings, with all their vices, have a future life, assuredly animals, who in character so often equal, nay, excel human beings, have a future life also. Those who in the Scriptures find a key to all things, can find nothing in them to confute this argument. There is no saying of Christ that justifies one in supposing that man is the only being, whose existence extends beyond the grave. Granted, however, merely for the sake of argument, that we have some ground for the denial of a future existence for animals, consider the injustice such a denial would involve. Take, for example, the case of the horse. Harming no one, and without thought of reward, it toils for man all its life, and when too old to work it is put to death without even the compensation of a wellearned rest. But if compensation be Gods law, as I, for one, believe it to beand also the raison dtre of a hereafter, then surely the Creator, whose chief claim to our respect and veneration lies in the fact that He is just and merciful, will take good care that the horsethe gentle, patient, never-complaining horseis well compensatedcompensated in a golden hereafter. Consider again, the case of another of our four-footed friendsthe dog; the faithful, affectionate, obedient and forgiving dog, the dog who is so often called upon to stand all sorts of rough treatment, and is shot or poisoned, if, provoked beyond endurance, he at last rounds on his persecutors, and bites. And the catthe timid, peaceful cat who is mauled, and all but pulled in two by cruel children, and beaten to a jelly when in sheer agony and fright it scratches. Reflect again, on the cow and the sheep, fed only to supply our wants; shouted at and kicked, if, when nearly scared out of their senses, they wander off the track; and pole-axed, or done to death in some equally atrocious manner when the sickening demand for flesh food is at its height. And yet, you say, these innocent, unoffendingand, I say, martyredanimals are to have no future, no compensation. Monstrous! Absurd! It is an effrontery to common sense, philosophyanything, everything. It is a damned lie, damned bigotry, damned nonsense. The whole animal world will live again; and it will be manspoilt, presumptuous, degenerate manwho will not participate in another life, unless he very much improves. Think well over this, you who preach the gospel of mans pre-eminence;you who prate of God and know nothing whatsoever about Him! The horse, dog, cat, even the wild animals, whose vices, perchance, pale beside your own, may go to Heaven before you. The Supreme Architect is neither a Nero, nor a Stuart, nor a clown. He will recompense all who deserve recompense, be they great or smallbiped or quadruped. It is to testify to a future existence for animals and to create a wider interest in it that I have undertaken to compile this book; and my object, I think, can best be achieved in my own way, the way of the investigator of haunted places. The mere fact that there are manifestations of dead people (pardon the paradox) proves some kind of life after death for human beings; and happily the same proof is available with regard a future life for animals; indeed there are as many animal phantasms as humanperhaps more; hence, if the human being lives again, so do his dumb friends. Be comforted then, you who love your pets, and have been kind to them. You will see them all again, on the soft undying pasture lands of your Elysium and theirs. Be warned, youyou who have despised animals, and have been cruel to them. Who knows but that, in your future life, you may be as they are nowin subjection This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., Echo Library

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781406801484
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1406801488
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2006
Herausgeber: Paperbackshop.Co.UK Ltd - Echo Library
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Gewicht: 0,200 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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