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Scroll.in - Latest News, In depth news, India news, Politics news, Indian Cinema, Indian sports, Culture, Video News Scroll.in is an independent website covering news, politics, sports, culture and everything in between. Get the latest news, reportage, analysis and commentary on all that matters in India and beyond.
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KinBox - Everything Family Stories for parents by parents about everything family. Practical parenting guides, poignant personal tales and hilarious anecdotes from family life.
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HOME » Matthew Fraser Matthew Fraser's new book Home Again in Paris: Oscar, Leo and Me is a lively, insightful, and poignant memoir about life in the Paris of myth and reality.
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Tragedy''s Gift - A Cancer Survival Story - Kevin Sharp Kevin Sharp''s first book, Tragedy''s Gift, has been released, telling the poignant and heart-wrenching story of Kevin''s battle against an illness that almost claimed his life.
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humans are funny Laurenne Sala, writer, art director, comedian, humorist, yogi, spiritual student located in Venice Beach CA
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TORREY MALDONADO - Teacher and Author of the book Tight and Secret Saturdays Torrey Maldonado is a TEACHER and AUTHOR who was born and raised in the Red Hook projects section of Brooklyn, New York.
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When I Stutter Documentary for College & Universities | Why I Stutter Buy WHEN I STUTTER for your Educational Institution, Organization, Library, College & Universities. It is now also available with PPR (Public Performing Rights) License.
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Wild Eyed Southern Celt - Providing modern day Celts- those with Scottish, Irish, Welsh, Manx, Cornish, Breton or Celtic Iberian ancestry-fascinating information about their Celtic heritage, culture and history. Providing modern day Celts--- those with Scottish, Irish, Welsh, Manx, Cornish, Breton or Celtic Iberian ancestry--fascinating information about their Celtic heritage, culture and history.
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On the Homefront | Reflections on life: the funny, poignant, serious and quirky Reflections on life: the funny, poignant, serious and quirky
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TORREY MALDONADO - Teacher and Author of the book Tight and Secret Saturdays Torrey Maldonado is a TEACHER and AUTHOR who was born and raised in the Red Hook projects section of Brooklyn, New York.
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Tasithoughts' Weblog | An Island Boy's Musings about the World and Stuff An Island Boy's Musings about the World and Stuff
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HOME » Matthew Fraser Matthew Fraser's new book Home Again in Paris: Oscar, Leo and Me is a lively, insightful, and poignant memoir about life in the Paris of myth and reality.
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The Musical Stage Company We produce entertaining and poignant contemporary musicals, bring new musicals to life and develop the artists and audiences of tomorrow.
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Aneesa Price – Mama's Got A Life | A Mom Pursuing Her Writing Dreams While Navigating Life As An Expat. A Mom Pursuing Her Writing Dreams While Navigating Life As An Expat.
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Josie Holford: Rattlebag and Rhubarb |  It's graduation season and across the land schools are saying goodbye to students and students are moving along and into the next phases of their lives. It's all very heartwarming and etc. I usually couldn't wait for them to be over. All that dressing up and ceremony and sitting and waiting in uncomfortable chairs. At least at the dentist you can catch up with celebrity vapidity with People magazine or distract yourself with New Yorker cartoons. I've never been a fan of graduation. It was not a feature of my own time in high school and the sole reason to attend my college graduation was that it was the only way to actually get the diploma. It was entirely unmemorable. By the time the next one came along attendance was optional. I started my summer job on an adventure playground instead. Of course it is good to see young people - some of whom you've watched (and if you are lucky, helped) overcome all kinds of adolescent struggles and obstacles - move on. And it is satisfying to see families come together in love and pride. The ceremony is for them. For you it is an ending not a beginning. You have already celebrated and honored them and said your farewells at all the end of year events - the Athletic Banquet, the Senior Dinner, the all-school farewell, senior presentations, field day, the last Art Show, theatrical performance, concert, film show, game of the season. All those events had meaning bringing something of significance to a close. All the poignant moments, the triumphs and tragedies, the exasperation, the drama, the ups and downs of the roller coaster of school. It's over. Those kids were yours for a while, a borrowed time. Commencement is for the families. It's time to let go. I loved the sudden hush that descends on a school once commencement is over. The building empties out, the chairs are stacked, the flowers carefully put aside to serve again, the buses wheeze down the drive and everyone takes off for the afternoon. In a short two months you will be longing for the buzz of the new school year and the empty building will feel deadly. But for now - a blissful solitude and silence. It's not that the year has ended. Tomorrow it will crank into gear again and all those end of year adult things have to happen before the summer begins. And the ever increasing list of "stuff" - deferred to the summer "when we'll have time to get to it" - kicks into gear. Fred Calder - the former executive director of NYSAIS - always advised heads to go home after commencement, and take a nap. The work is done. You already celebrated the rite of passage in a dozen different ways. The class is launched and off they go. You did your best. You wish them well. And you mean it when you tell them to keep in touch. The building is still. Your office silent. You hope the phone does not ring. There was the time the small child missed the bus and was found wandering the empty building. And there was that memorable occasion when a graduate took distant relatives on a tour and a spectacular row broke out. The family wanted to go celebrate together. The graduate had other ideas. All rather painful to overhear. But such disturbances of the peace were rare and even they did not delay the strange experience of driving home in the early afternoon. And yes, taking a nap. Follow Your Bliss Graduating seniors were once advice to follow their bliss. Seems like a short-sighted luxury in these more utilitarian days and perhaps it never was good advice, leaning as it did toward the self indulgent. Lucky are those students who have been supported in finding what they love to do and developing the skills to do it. School should be in helping young people identify and building a sense of purpose. After all - if you can connect what you are a passionate about with an important social need you will never be bored, unhappy or unemployed. Working in schools served that purpose for me and I wish that (sense of purpose) for everyone graduating this year. You've heard the expression "Follow your bliss" I agree with that line but I also add this: Connect personal bliss with a great social need– You'll be happy, fulfilled ... and also get a job. Thinking about how much I don't miss graduation brought Emily Dickinson to mind. Emotionally a bit over the top of course - life in school is not a great pain; graduation is not death. But there is an intensity to the last few weeks of school .... And then, it stops. The Hour of Lead, a numbness of feeling, and a letting go. Until, of course, it all starts up again. After great pain, a formal feeling comes After great pain, a formal feeling comes – The Nerves sit ceremonious, like Tombs – The stiff Heart questions 'was it He, that bore,' And 'Yesterday, or Centuries before'? The Feet, mechanical, go round – A Wooden way Of Ground, or Air, or Ought – Regardless grown, A Quartz contentment, like a stone – This is the Hour of Lead – Remembered, if outlived, As Freezing persons, recollect the Snow – First – Chill – then Stupor – then the letting go – - Emily Dickinson
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The Musical Stage Company We produce entertaining and poignant contemporary musicals, bring new musicals to life and develop the artists and audiences of tomorrow.
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KinBox - Everything Family Stories for parents by parents about everything family. Practical parenting guides, poignant personal tales and hilarious anecdotes from family life.
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Brynn Olson Design Group | A GROUP OF CREATIVES Thinkers, feelers, crafters of home, hearth and beyond. We’re your partner in the journey of creating the most poignant environment of your life. Our mission is to help others experience the joy of living and working in beautiful yet highly functional spaces. We’re driven to create for and with our clients by a strong belief in our mantra – How you shape your space will shape your day.
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Deep Journeys | Interconnecting Christianity, Buddhism and Psychotherapy Welcome to Deep Journeys, dedicated to the ongoing conversations among Buddhism, Christianity and Depth Psychology. Old Dog Documentaries released a beautifully poignant film focusing on Bob Gunn's profound confrontation with his mortality: "It can come at any time – a life threatening diagnosis that suddenly makes death real. As he confronts cancer of the pancreas,…
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MICHELLE MONET | AUTHOR. VOCALIST. COMPOSER. GUITARIST. STREISAND IMPERSONATOR. POET  MY WRITING LIFE CLICK HERE TO SEE MICHELLE MONETS AMAZON AUTHOR PAGE MICHELLE MONET BOOKS AVAILABLE ON AMAZON CATCH A POEM BY THE TALE 'A Poetic Memoir' CLICK HERE TO BUY CATCH A POEM BY THE TALE "5 stars! Loved this book!!!!! !Brilliant, bold, brazen, and sublime. Powerful, poignant and personal! Inspiring, insightful and intriguing! Love this Book! It inspired me to see the majesty in every day activities like doing dishes. LOL. Amazing writer. Get this book. you will LOVE IT! Ingenious and clever too. MAGGIE, AMAZON READER *** "Once I started reading... I couldn't stop . THE BEST READ! I was totally mesmerized by every word! I laughed , I literally sobbed , I couldn't imagine that she hadn't seen into my soul ~" FRANCINE, AMAZON READER *** "CLEVER, INSIGHTFUL, ORIGINAL! So cleverly written, well-organized, and truly original, both in its concept and its execution.5 out of 5 stars! Although I like poetry, I seldom sit down to read a whole book of it. Yet -- Michelle Monet's Catch a Poem by the Tale was the happy exception... " ERIN, GOODREADS READER *** "5 stars! GET THIS BOOK NOW! Creativity requires a certain madness, as evidenced in this first published book by Michelle Monet. Catch a Poem by the Tale is all about the ups and downs of the creative process and the pure joy of self-expression through words. With this book, you'll laugh, cry, laugh out loud!" BARBARA, AMAZON READER CREATIVE PEOPLE...AND WHAT MAKES THEM TICK "This is one AMAZING book! The images are beautifully rendered and the stories of the Artists really give an insight to each artist and, well, what makes them tick. This book will make a great gift for the Artist in your life or as a gift for yourself to experience amazing insight by folks who are generally misunderstood. Michelle Monet writes with the passion of the multi-talented Artist that she is, and this book made me want to explore more of her work!" JUDITH, AMAZON READER *** "5.0 out of 5 stars !! INSPIRING FOR BOTH ARTIST AND THOSE WHO WISH TO UNDERSTAND THE CREATIVE MIND "The book just arrived and it is truly inspiring; beautiful and rich.This book is both for artists (perhaps to feel validated and understood) and for those who desire to understand the mind of the artist (to honor how being different is quality that makes great art)." - NANCY, AMAZON READER WORD EXPLOSION A BLAST of Eclectic Poetry CLICK HERE TO BUY WORD EXPLOSION "5 out 5 stars! It's her best book by far! This is Michelle Monet's 3rd book containing more of her zany and uplifting poetry, and it's her best book by far... this is not poetry for the uptight . I'm glad Michelle dares to do things differently, because her personality really shines through." - ANDREA, AMAZON READER *** " 5 stars! Vibrant, with positive atttitude and vulnerability" - KIKI, AMAZON READER LIMERICK EXPLOSIONLevity to Lament "5.0 out of 5 stars "Michelle Monet has done it again! This book gives the reader a whimsical peek at the author's thoughts and life through her short and punchy limericks." ROBERT, AMAZON READER *** 5.0 out of 5 stars "Thought provoking work from a poet and spiritual seekerI love this book! Ms Monet's creativity is exploding all over these pages. The limericks are funny and thought-provoking and highly entertaining." MARTHA-GRAHAM-WALDON, AUTHOR *** 5.0 out of 5 stars "Michelle Monet's latest book offers more fun, musings and imaginings! Michelle Monet's latest book offers more fun, musings and imaginings! I thoroughly enjoyed it and look forward to her further creative explosions!" - BARB - GOODREADS READER CLICK HERE TO BUY LIMERICK EXPLOSION M y M u s i c L i f e GO TO MUSIC PAGE
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On the Homefront | Reflections on life: the funny, poignant, serious and quirky Reflections on life: the funny, poignant, serious and quirky
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Brian Mahieu — plein air landscape painter — poetry of place "His visions have a poignant and sometimes somber “poetry of place" that appeals to the tendency to associate the rhythms of the natural environment with the rhythms of human life. —Joan Stack, Ph.D. Curator of Art Collections The State Historical Society of Missouri
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Tasithoughts' Weblog | An Island Boy's Musings about the World and Stuff An Island Boy's Musings about the World and Stuff
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Home Suzanne Redfearn, award-winning author of Hush Little Baby & No Ordinary Life. Insight into her work, free manuscript template & valuable advice for authors.
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The Irish Machabean | On February 25, 2018, the Brazilian-based Plinio Corrêa de Oliveira Institute sent a letter to Joseph Cardinal Zen Ze-kiun in support of the heroic persecuted Catholics of the underground Church in China. The text of the letter can be found below. Those who wish to add their name to this letter of support may do so at this link. His Eminence Joseph Cardinal Zen Ze-kiun Your Eminence, The Plinio Corrêa de Oliveira Institute, a civic association that continues the work of the distinguished professor whose name it bears, and its co-signing autonomous sister organizations around the world work to defend the perennial values of Christian civilization. Their directors, members, and supporters are Roman Catholics who fight the onslaught of communism and socialism. The fundamentally anticommunist position that results from the Catholic convictions of our organizations has been reinvigorated by the heroic resistance of the "underground Church" faithful to Rome. Its bishops, priests and millions of Catholics refuse to submit to the so-called Patriotic Church, schismatic in relation to Rome, and entirely submissive to the central power of Beijing. "Blessed are they that suffer persecution for justice' sake: for theirs is the kingdom of heaven" (Mt. 5:10); "If the world hate you, know ye, that it hath hated me before you. If you had been of the world, the world would love its own: but because you are not of the world, but I have chosen you out of the world, therefore the world hateth you" (Jn. 15:18-19). Quoting these divine words of Our Lord Jesus Christ, we express our admiration for the sole Catholic Church in China, today under the Communist boot, of which Your Eminence is a distinguished member and spokesman. We see these persecuted Catholics as brothers in the Faith to whom is addressed the 1974 Resistance Declaration authored by the eminent Brazilian Catholic leader Plinio Corrêa de Oliveira (1908-1995), founder of the Brazilian Society for the Defense of Tradition, Family and Property and inspirer of autonomous TFPs and sister organizations throughout the world. That document is titled "The Vatican Policy of Détente with Communist Governments – Should the TFPs Stand Down? Or Should They Resist?" (see attached). As Your Eminence can read in this 1974 Declaration, Vatican diplomacy in both Eastern Europe and Latin America pursued a devious policy of rapprochement with communist regimes that was severely detrimental to true Catholics and would result in subjecting the Holy Catholic Church to the red despots. On April 7, 1974, the press in South America's largest city (Cf. O Estado de São Paulo) reported on an interview by Archbishop Agostino Casaroli asserting that "Catholics are happy in the socialist regime" that Castro's communists imposed on the unfortunate island of Cuba. Archbishop Casaroli went on to say that "the Cuban Catholic Church and its spiritual guide always seek to avoid creating any problem to the socialist government that rules the island." These statements by the high-ranking Vatican envoy—which coincided with the positions of other prelates who collaborated with communism—painfully surprised and caused moral trauma among Catholics faithful to the immutable social and economic doctrine taught by Leo XIII, Pius XI and Pius XII. This Ostpolitik, as it became known, was a source of perplexity and anguish and aroused a most profound and poignant drama in many souls. Indeed, over and above social and economic questions, it involves what is most fundamental, vibrant, and tender in the soul of a Roman Catholic, his spiritual union with the Vicar of Jesus Christ. The Vatican policy of rapprochement with Communist governments raised a supremely embarrassing doubt: Is it licit for Catholics not to move in the direction indicated by the Holy See? Is it licit for them to stop resisting communism? We are now going through a similar but even more dangerous situation with the Vatican policy toward the so-called Patriotic Church submissive to Beijing. In fact, the Catholic world is shocked by the recent visit to China of a Vatican delegation led by Archbishop Claudio Maria Celli. While there, on behalf of Pope Francis, he asked the legitimate shepherds of the dioceses of Shantou and Mindong to hand over their dioceses and flock to illegitimate bishops appointed by the communist government and separated from the Holy See. The words of Archbishop Marcelo Sánchez Sorondo, Chancellor of the Pontifical Academy of Sciences and the Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences, known as a close advisor to the Holy Father, arrived as a terrifying and amplified repetition of Archbishop Casaroli's statements in Cuba. According to the Turin daily La Stampa of February 2, he affirmed: "At this moment, the Chinese are those who best implement the social doctrine of the Church.... The Chinese seek the common good, subordinate things to the general good." After visiting a country crushed by a dictatorship even more ruthless than the Cuban one, Archbishop Sánchez Sorondo, like Archbishop Casaroli, stated: "I found an extraordinary China; what people do not know is that the central Chinese principle is work, work, work. I found no shantytowns, you do not have drugs, young people do not take drugs.... is defending the dignity of the person...." He did not say a word about the religious persecution that communists inflict on our brethren in the Faith, on imprisoned bishops, priests, and faithful, or on the systematic and universal violation of the fundamental rights of man, created in the image and likeness of God. The controversial and false assertions of this high-ranking Vatican prelate go far beyond the statements by Archbishop Casaroli in Cuba in that remote year of 1974. And they hurt the upright Christian conscience even more. The current drama of Chinese Catholics is also that of all faithful wishing to persevere as they face the Communist Leviathan. Yesterday and today, pressured by the Holy See's diplomacy to accept an iniquitous agreement with the communist regime, they face this excruciating problem of conscience: Is it licit to say no to the Vatican Ostpolitik and to continue resisting communism even unto martyrdom if necessary? In the abovementioned 1974 Resistance Declaration, Prof. Plinio Corrêa de Oliveira affirmed (without having received any objection from Paul VI or any successor Pope) that it is not only licit but even a duty to imitate Saint Paul's attitude of resistance toward Saint Peter, the first Pope: "'Resistance' is the word we choose purposely, for it is employed in the Acts of the Apostles by the Holy Ghost Himself to characterize the attitude of Saint Paul toward Saint Peter, the first Pope, who had taken disciplinary measures to sustain some practices from the old Synagogue in Catholic worship. Saint Paul saw in this a grave risk of doctrinal confusion and harm for the faithful. He then stood up against Saint Peter and "resisted him to the face" (Gal. 2: 11). In this zealous and inspired action of the Apostle of the Gentiles, Saint Peter did not see an act of rebellion, but rather one of union and fraternal love. Knowing well in what he was infallible and in what he was not, Saint Peter submitted to the arguments of Saint Paul. The Saints are models for Catholics. Accordingly, in the sense in which Saint Paul resisted, our state is one of resistance. To resist means that we will advise Catholics to continue to struggle against the communist doctrine with every licit means in the defense of their threatened countries and Christian civilization. To resist means that we will never use the unworthy resources of sedition nor, much less, take attitudes inconsistent with the veneration and obedience due to the Supreme Pontiff according to the terms of Canon Law. The Church is not, the Church never was, the Church never will be such a prison for consciences. The bond of obedience to the successor of Peter, which we will never break, which we love in the most profound depths of our soul, and to which we tribute our highest love, this bond we kiss at the very moment in which, overwhelmed with sorrow, we affirm our position. And on our knees, gazing with veneration at the figure of His Holiness Paul VI, we express all our fidelity to him. In this filial act, we say to the Pastor of Pastors: Our soul is yours, our life is yours. Order us to do whatever you wish. Only do not order us to do nothing in face of the assailing red wolf. To this, our conscience is opposed." In the 1970s, we were also happy to see in the glorious ranks of the Chinese episcopate the fearless resistance of Your Eminence's illustrious fellow countryman, Paul Cardinal Yü Pin, then archbishop of Nanjing and dean of the Catholic University of Taipei, Taiwan (Cf. The Herald of Freedom, Feb. 15, 1974, quoting a release from the Religious News Service). Cardinal Yü Pin told the agency above (and Your Eminence confirms this) that it would be an illusion to expect Communist China to change its anti-religious policy. Proof comes from none other than President Xi Jinping, who, at the 19th Congress of the Chinese Communist Party, emphasized that, "culture should be harnessed to the cause of socialism and following the guidance of Marxism" and, because of that, "Religion must also be 'Chinese in orientation' and guided by the party to adapt to socialist society" (The Washington Post, Oct. 18, 2017). Returning to Cardinal Yü Pin, he added, forty years ago, "We want to remain faithful to the perennial values ​​of international justice ... The Vatican can act otherwise, but that would not move us much. I think it is an illusion to hope that a dialogue with Beijing would help Christians on the (Chinese) continent…. The Vatican is obtaining nothing for Christians in Eastern Europe…. If the Vatican cannot protect religion, it has no reason to pursue this matter.…We want to remain faithful to our mandate but are victims of communist repression. With this rapprochement (between the Vatican and Communist China) we would lose our freedom. As Chinese we must fight for our freedom." To these lucid and vigorous observations reminiscent of St. Paul's "I resisted him (St. Peter) to his face" (Gal. 2:11), Cardinal Yü Pin added this moving remark: "There is an underground Church in China. The Church in China will survive just as the early Christians survived in the catacombs, and this could mean a true Christian rebirth to the Chinese." Accordingly, the Plinio Corrêa de Oliveira Institute, its co-signing autonomous sister-organizations around the world, and the thousands of individual Catholics signing on to this message of moral support, hereby, Express to Your Eminence, to the whole hierarchy, clergy and faithful of the underground Catholic Church in China their admiration and moral solidarity at this time when it is urgent to build resistance to the communist Moloch and the Vatican's The bishops and priests of the persecuted underground Church in China who are now resisting stand before the world as living symbols of the "good shepherd who gives his life for his sheep." Affirm that they draw strength and invincible hope from the epic example of the martyrs persevering in China. Their Catholic souls acclaim these noble victims: Tu gloria Jerusalem, tu laetitia Israel, tu honorificentia populi nostri (Judith 15:10). These martyrs are the glory of the Church, the joy of the faithful, the honor of those who continue the sacrosanct struggle. Raise their prayers to Our Lady of China so that She may, with motherly care, help and encourage her Chinese children, who are struggling to remain faithful despite these cruel and hostile circumstances. São Paulo, February 25th February 2018 Plinio Corrêa de Oliveira Institute
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The Flight of Your Life – Sappy, Cheesy, and Poignant You've landed. The longest journey you've ever had, and you've chosen here, this place and this time, to settle upon a tiny yet fabulous corner of the web. What can I offer you? Not much in the way of earthly possessions, but I can regale my experiences as a daringly overt gay pilot, often long-winded,…
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Kristen Hansen Brakeman Told over two summers three years apart, Is That The Shirt You’re Wearing? is a collection of Kristen Hansen Brakeman’s funny and poignant essays about her life and family. From a laugh-out-loud debate with her potty-mouthed first grader to the hazards of shopping in an overly perfumed clothing store with her tween, to helping her…
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Inspirational historical fiction | poignant historical novels Fresh, vibrant historical fiction - the treasures of ancient history brought to life in engaging historical novels.
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accidental country pastor | Former NYC editor trades in her heels for mucks and discovers… life is one big, beautiful God moment Former NYC editor trades in her heels for mucks and discovers… life is one big, beautiful God moment
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The Works of Stewart O'Nan b&n / amazon / indiebound / bam / iBooks / powell’s [Book Tour Info] A beautifully spare and poignant new novel...the gift of O’Nan’s fiction is to immerse us deeply in Henry’s essence, in his desire to be useful and his nostalgia for a vanished way of life, for the forgotten homespun rituals and for houses with…
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Rick Springfield - Magnificent Vibration Grammy award-winning musician, actor, and New York Times bestselling author Rick Springfield''s debut novel is Magnificent Vibration! The book is his second New York Times Bestseller and it''s on sale now! The novel portrays a hero who has hit a dead end in his life, but who serendipitously receives a 1-800 phone connection to God via an inscription in a mysterious self-help book that may just give him a shot at saving the planet. Magnificent Vibration is a potent tour de force that is by turns hilarious, poignant, spiritual, over-the-top, and deeply meaningful.
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Ever Love Photography| Our passion is to capture great moments of your life....... An Indian wedding is a riot of colours, sounds, culture and emotions :) . It is a poignant moment in the lives of not just the bride and the groom, but their families too who have dreamt of, planned and organised the wedding. It is a time of bitter-sweet emotions as parents watch their child cross a threshold into adulthood, starting off on the next leg of this journey called life. There is no place in the world I''d rather be than capturing all of this with my camera.
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Talkin'' Big: How an Iowa Farm Boy Beat the Odds to Found and Lead One of the World''s Largest Brokerage Firms Talkin'' Big: How an Iowa Farm Boy Beat the Odds to Found and Lead One of the World''s Largest Brokerage Firms