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📒Life Of Us U S ✍ by Richard
✏Life of US U S Book Summary : Life of US (U.S.) is addressed to those who love children and are seeking God's guidance. The author encourages readers to explore whether some governments are taking US on the road to Hell, where God's children are left wanting. Children in need of a better life are left to die unnecessary deaths; they watch their parents lose jobs, and they see them losing their houses. We watch our neighbors go to jail and live in another form of Hell on Earth. If you believe this suffering needs to be eliminated, Life of US (U.S.) will introduce you to important concepts. God has a plan. What is it and how do we get started?
📒Immigrant Life In The Us ✍ Donna R. Gabaccia
✏Immigrant Life in the US Book Summary : Immigrant Life in the U.S. brings together scholars from across the disciplines to examine diverse examples of immigration to the paradigmatic 'nation of immigrants'. The volume covers a wide range of time periods, ethnic and national groups, and places of immigration. Contemporary Chinese children brought to the U.S. through adoption, Mexican laborers hired to work in the mid-west in the 1930s, Indian computer programmers hired to work in California, and more, are examined in a series of chapters that show the great diversity of issues facing immigrants in the past and in the present. This book emphasizes the complex tapestry that is the everyday experience of life as an immigrant and turns a critical eye on the place of globalization in the everyday life of immigrants. The contrasts it draws between past and present demonstrate the continued salience of national and ethnic identities while also describing how migrants can live almost simultaneously in two countries. This book will be of essential interest to advanced students and researchers of Sociology, History, Ethnic Studies and American Studies.
📒The Darkest Days Of My Life In The U S And Iran ✍ Mahnaz B. Consolver
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📒Knowing Life And The Church ✍ Witness Lee
✏Knowing Life and the Church Book Summary : [This] book consists of twenty-three chapters: Chapters 1 through 7 emphasize the matter of knowing life; chapters 8 through 14 emphasize knowing the church; chapters 15 through 20 emphasize basic knowledge of the service; and chapters 21 through 23 are words of leading in relation to work and service in all the churches.
📒The One Who Loves Us ✍ Kess Frey
✏The One Who Loves Us Book Summary : This far-ranging book presents God, the Ultimate Mystery of non-created Reality, as Christ—the One Who loves us. Spirituality beyond language and in general; the inner mystical meaning of the Cross of Christ; differing Christian windows found in the stages of evolving consciousness identified by Integral Theory; and Centering Prayer’s close relationship to all of this are core themes in this work. An important insight of Integral Theory reveals that when people are unaware of the stages of evolving consciousness, they tend to believe that the perspectives of their own stage(s) are the only true or realistic views—which is actually untrue and leads to needless confusion, conflict and misunderstandings among individuals in different stages of evolving consciousness. Additionally: prayer; the allegorical sense of Scripture; Lectio Divina; grades of evolving love; duality?/?non-duality; and apophatic theology are also major topics discussed. The gift of non-conceptual contemplation, into which Centering Prayer leads us, is shown to be a key to Christian unity and harmony among all religious and spiritual traditions seeking to serve the One Who loves us. Non-conceptual Centering Prayer—as a movement into simplicity and silence—is readily available to people seeking a deeper spirituality in all denominations and in all stages of evolving consciousness.
📒A Brief Historical Relation Of The Life Of Mr John Livingston Written By Himself Etc ✍ John LIVINGSTONE (Minister of the Gospel.)
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📒The Anarchy Of Empire In The Making Of U S Culture ✍ Amy Kaplan
✏The Anarchy of Empire in the Making of U S Culture Book Summary : Kaplan shows how U.S. imperialism--from "Manifest Destiny" to the "American Century"--has profoundly shaped key elements of American culture at home, and how the struggle for power over foreign peoples and places has disrupted the quest for domestic order.
📒The Life Of Samuel Johnson Ll D ✍ James Boswell
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📒Life In The Universe ✍ National Research Council
✏Life in the Universe Book Summary : The past decade has seen a remarkable revolution in genomic research, the discoveries of extreme environments in which organisms can live and even flourish on Earth, the identification of past and possibly present liquid-water environments in our solar system, and the detection of planets around other stars. Together these accomplishments bring us much closer to understanding the origin of life, its evolution and diversification on Earth, and its occurrence and distribution in the cosmos. A new multidisciplinary program called Astrobiology was initiated in 1997 by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) to foster such research and to make available additional resources for individual and consortium-based efforts. Other agencies have also begun new programs to address the origin, evolution, and cosmic distribution of life. Five years into the Astrobiology program, it is appropriate to assess the scientific and programmatic impacts of these initiatives. Edward J. Weiler, NASA's associate administrator for the Office of Space Science, tasked the Committee on the Origins and Evolution of Life (COEL) with assessing the state of NASA's Astrobiology program.
📒The Glamorous Life Of Emily S Failure ✍ David J. Lythberg
✏The Glamorous Life of Emily s Failure Book Summary : Race. God. Two forces that have oppressed David's life from the beginning. As he grows, they follow him, bearing down upon his neck like a yoke. But someone else follows him as well. There is an appointed time for them to meet. Race. God. Growing up biracial is hard for David, being the son of an overbearing black mother and a passive white father. They've pulled him from an all-black world into an all-white one. But someone is there also. There is an appointed time for them to meet. Race. God. David eventually learns to throw the shackles of both away, to lash out against anything racial, or religious. He changes. Grows angrier. hates more. Still, that someone is there, watching. Waiting. Emily. But Emily couldn't wait any longer. Her love for David couldn't be contained until that "appointed" time. She takes matters into her own hands, and makes her presence known. In an attempt to win his love, she dons his clothes and engages in his interests. But sadly, her plan backfires, and everything turns disasterous---and she is left, damaged and alone. Race. God. Emily. Years pass. Time shifts. When they do meet, it is a meeting like no other. The rapture they feel for one another surpasses the drudgedness of their station. For David, life couldn't be imagined without her; and at such a time as this, she is taken away from him. Is it a scrifice, or some unfortunate circumstance? She leaves someone in her stead, to continue with him where she left off. Someone who cares just as much as she had. Someone who loved him from the beginning, just as she had. God. It is only then that David realizes who Emily really was, and how much he'd failed to understand.