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Desert Conversation

Author : Luke Goss
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 2018-02-28
Category : Camping
ISBN : 1910705985
File Size : 31,8 Mb
Total Download : 583

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Book Summary: "In this book Luke Goss goes to the desert, not a long adventure or expedition, but a simple camping trip to check in with himself. Four days and nights alone isn't long, but long enough to stop and listen without distraction."--Goodreads.

Conversations with Silence

Author : Sally Longley
Publisher : Wipf and Stock Publishers
Release : 2021-01-08
Category : Religion
ISBN : 9781725277755
File Size : 17,9 Mb
Total Download : 985

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Book Summary: Silence—scary, inviting, or both? What do you do with silence? And what if silence was a language we could learn to read, hear, and even speak? This book invites you to tune the eyes and ears of your heart to the cadences of silence. Enter into conversations with silence as you are taken on an odyssey. Venture into the Australian bush. Trek deep into the red desert. Encounter shadows and desert dwellers. You will also delve into the tiny houses of everyday silences and receive their gifts of hospitality. And stumbling into that other territory, where silence becomes a death threat, or survival, an orchard can show you the fruit of life beginning again. Conversations with Silence takes you to the Rosetta Stone of an ancient, forgotten language, a language some have called God, or the soul. Immerse yourself in the silent realm of mystics, musicians, poets, and pilgrims of every path. These are our companions, as we explore the nuanced vocabulary of the worlds of silences and join in the conversation with a new voice.

Choice Literature

Author : Anonim
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 1884
Category : Uncategorized
ISBN : IOWA:31858045164393
File Size : 21,8 Mb
Total Download : 309

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The Publishers Weekly

Author : Anonim
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 1904
Category : American literature
ISBN : HARVARD:32044093010643
File Size : 49,9 Mb
Total Download : 418

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Looking Back at LBJ

Author : Mitchell B. Lerner
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 2005
Category : Biography & Autobiography
ISBN : UOM:39015060894204
File Size : 35,8 Mb
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Book Summary: Lyndon Baines Johnson ascended to the presidency in the wake of tragedy to lead the United States through one of its most violent and divisive decades. His troubled presidency was marked by endless controversies over civil rights, the Vietnam War, foreign policy, and law-and-order issues, among others. Nearly four decades later, it's now possible to reexamine those controversies to illuminate as never before the achievements and failures of one of the nation's most misunderstood presidents. Drawing upon a wealth of new sources, including recently released phone conversations, these authors shine a bright and probing light on LBJ's beleaguered White House tenure. Collectively, they reinforce the image of Johnson as a highly complex president whose very real achievements have been overshadowed by character flaws and events well beyond his control. Four chapters focus on LBJ's foreign policies, including a positive appraisal of his handling of the 1964 Panama Crisis, but less favorable assessments regarding the downhill slide into Vietnam, the Six Day War, and policies toward the communist bloc. Yet the authors generally depict a president who, contrary to conventional views, did not allow his domestic agenda to overshadow his efforts as chief architect of foreign policy. Five other chapters focus on aspects of LBJ's domestic policies that have been largely neglected: women's rights, Native Americans, agriculture, civil disorder, and fiscal policy. Whether responding to urban riots or balancing different versions of the 1964 Farm Bill, Johnson emerges as a president who never lost sight of the political ramifications of his actions and whose legacy is often more complicated than is usually recognized. All of these writings attest to the complexities of Lyndon Johnson, a larger-than-life leader whose guiding principles can't always be reduced to the catch-phrases he himself and others have employed. The new perspectives and revelations they provide point students, scholars, and presidential buffs alike toward a much more enlightened view of this fascinating figure.