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📒Seeing Power ✍ Nato Thompson
✏Seeing Power Book Summary : In our chaotic world of co-opted imagery, does art still have power? A fog of images and information permeates the world nowadays: from advertising, television, radio, and film to the glut produced by the new economy and the rise of social media . . . where even our friends suddenly seem to be selling us the ultimate product: themselves. Here, Nato Thompson—one of the country’s most celebrated young curators and critics—investigates what this deluge means for those dedicated to socially engaged art and activism. How can anyone find a voice and make change in a world flooded with such pseudo-art? How are we supposed to discern what’s true in the product emanating from the ceaseless machine of consumer capitalism, a machine that appropriates from art history, and now from the methods of grassroots political organizing and even social networking? Thompson’s invigorating answers to those questions highlights the work of some of the most innovative and interesting artists and activists working today, as well as institutions that empower their communities to see power and reimagine it. From cooperative housing to anarchist infoshops to alternative art venues, Seeing Power reveals ways that art today can and does inspire innovation and dramatic transformation . . . perhaps as never before.
📒Seeing Power ✍ Harry Polkinhorn
✏Seeing Power Book Summary : essays and reviews on visual writing
📒Seeing The Light The Case For Nuclear Power In The 21st Century ✍ Scott L. Montgomery
✏Seeing the Light The Case for Nuclear Power in the 21st Century Book Summary : Nuclear power is not an option for the future but an absolute necessity. Global threats of climate change and lethal air pollution, killing millions each year, make it clear that nuclear and renewable energy must work together, as non-carbon sources of energy. Fortunately, a new era of growth in this energy source is underway in developing nations, though not yet in the West. Seeing the Light is the first book to clarify these realities and discuss their implications for coming decades. Readers will learn how, why, and where the new nuclear era is happening, what new technologies are involved, and what this means for preventing the proliferation of weapons. This book is the best work available for becoming fully informed about this key subject, for students, the general public, and anyone interested in the future of energy production, and, thus, the future of humanity on planet Earth.
✏The Secret to Wealth Power Weight loss Eating Ice Cream and Seeing Rainbows Book Summary : You may be sitting there thinking “wow! my life could be better!” or you may be thinking “I’m so jealous I could spit”, or possibly “where is my mocha latte”, but even if you’re thinking “eh, my life is really good too”, in fact especially if you’re thinking that last part, you need to read this book. If you think your life is “good enough”, you need this book to see how much better it could be. If you think your life needs fixing, it probably does. If you think your pajamas are the perfect size for elephants, they probably are. If you can’t remember the last time you saw a rainbow, then this book is exactly what you need. Buy two because you’re probably going to lose one along the way (especially in step 36: “Throwing books at strangers”).
📒Seeing In The Dark ✍ Colleen Deatsman
✏Seeing in the Dark Book Summary : A step-by-step guide to the development of the skills of energy perception and reception, tools vital for making one's way through various challenges.
✏Seeing Off the Bear Anglo American Air Power Cooperation During the Cold War Book Summary :
📒Roots Of War ✍ David G. Winter
✏Roots of War Book Summary : Ever since Thucydides pondered reasons for the outbreak of the Peloponnesian War, writers, philosophers, and social scientists have tried to identify factors that promote conflict escalation: for example, history (tomorrow's wars are often rooted in yesterday's conflicts), changing balance of power among nations, or domestic political forces. In the end, however, these "causes" are constructed by human beings and involve the memories, emotions, and motives of both the leaders and the led. In July 1914, the long-standing peace of Europe was shattered when the Sarajevo assassinations quickly escalated to World War I. In contrast, at the height of the Cold War, the Cuban Missile Crisis could have easily plunged the world into a thermonuclear world war, but was ultimately peacefully resolved. Why the different outcomes? In Roots of War: Wanting Power, Seeing Threat, Justifying Force, David G. Winter identifies three psychological factors that contributed to the differences in these historical outcomes: the desire for power, exaggerated perception of the opponent's threat, and justification for using military force. Several lines of research establish how these factors lead to escalation and war: comparative archival studies of "war" and "peace" crises, laboratory experiments on threat perception, and surveys of factors leading people to believe that a particular war is "just." The research findings in Roots of War also demonstrate the importance of power in preserving peace through diplomatic interventions, past and present.
📒The Power Of Insight ✍ Ingrid Spronck
✏The Power of Insight Book Summary : Top leaders must have vision -- "aha" moments when one sees clearly. But can these flashes of breakthrough thinking be created? And can they be turned into tangible results? In THE POWER OF INSIGHT, you will learn how to develop the ability to see in a new way and then act on your vision. You'll discover how to connect your reason and emotions while integrating clarity and soul into your strategy. You'll overcome apathy and anxiety, create change, and inspire others. You'll become a leader.
📒Seeing Angels In The Sky ✍ Robin Bremer
✏Seeing Angels in the Sky Book Summary : "Seeing Angels in the Sky-Holy Spirit Power, Book 5", is one of the hottest new book of the Year! There is no other like it! The pictures of the Angels hidden in the sky are sure to build your faith and the truths about the power of the Holy Spirit reveled in this book will help you walk in a supernatural relationship with the Father God!Your angels are always around you and YOU are the king of the great army. Your angels are sent to you at the time of conception and work for you. The Holy Spirit in you at work also, leading and guiding you in great power. Learn how to use the angels and the Holy Spirit to "Do all Jesus did and more"This is a great book for non-believers and believers alike.
📒Seeing The Power Of God ✍ Sidney St. James
✏Seeing the Power of God Book Summary : My newest release, scheduled for the end of July 2018, has been on my mind for several years. The novel has been added to the Faith Chronicles Series as Book 4 and is called, Seeing the Power of God! After writing Genesis and Hallelujah, I came wrapped up as one of those people who asked, "Can anyone be a Christian and not believe in the Bible? Is it wrong to question any of the scriptures in the Bible?" Some people believe questioning the Bible, the direction God is going, or even God himself, is blasphemy. Some think it is a sign of disbelief. Daniel Thornton is one such man. He believes his son, Rusty Thornton, is lost without God and takes him to a faraway place in the early 1950's near Spicewood, Texas where he would never come in contact with people. He has an ancient version of the King James Version of the Bible and begins to try and cure his son's affliction of skepticism. The mystery of why he has such cynicism is possible because he remembers nothing before his eighteenth birthday. The first book he read after learning to read and write was on Hinduism. His father didn't know how such a book ended up in his library, but he took it and hid it from his son. Was it too late? Did what he read about Vishnu and Krishna absorb his entire thought process where he never recognized Jesus Christ as the one and only son of God? Who's right, Daniel Thornton or his son? What was this strange ability he had with being able to communicate with animals, one of God's creations? Why can't he remember anything in his life before his eighteenth birthday? Who is his cousin, Carolyn Thornton who comes strangely into his life on his twenty-first birthday? Who is the stranger, Billy Joe Briscoe who is hired to become Rusty's companion and teach him about Jesus Christ and the Bible? Let's try to answer the question "Is it wrong for Christians to Question God?" I won't give you the spoiler in the novel, but you will find a very unusual mystery of young Rusty Thornton, one that is not answered until the end of the story, as to why he questioned God's words in the Bible. The first half of the book refers to the Old Testament. The last half refers to the New Testament. My personal feeling as an author writing this book found three questions one should never ask. One should not ask a question of the Lord because they think they know better than Him. One should never question God's authority, a big No, No! We should never ask questions of God to try and stall our obedience to the Lord. But, if we are questioning the scriptures in the Bible because we desperately want to know the answer because we are searching out and really want to know our Lord because we want to see the light in so much confusion, then that should be okay. In the mind and thoughts of Rusty Thornton, it is perfectly fine to do so!