The Point Of It All
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📒The Point Of It All ✍ Charles Krauthammer
✏The Point of It All Book Summary : NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • A powerful collection of the influential columnist’s most important works—featuring rare speeches, a major essay about today’s populist movements and the future of global democracy, and a new preface by the author’s son “Charles will be remembered as one of the greatest public intellects of his generation.”—John McCain In his decades of work as America’s preeminent political commentator, whether writing about statecraft and foreign policy or reflecting on more esoteric topics such as baseball, spaceflight and medical ethics, Charles Krauthammer elevated the opinion column to a form of art. This collection features the columns, speeches and unpublished writings that showcase the best of his original thought and his last, enduring words on the state of American politics, the nature of liberal democracy and the course of world history. The book also includes a deeply personal section offering insight into Krauthammer’s beliefs about what mattered most to him: friendship, family and the principles he lived by. The Point of It All is a timely demonstration of what made Charles Krauthammer the most celebrated American columnist and political thinker of his generation, a revealing look at the man behind the words and a lasting testament to his belief that anyone with an open and honest mind can grapple deeply with the most urgent questions in politics and in life.
📒The Point Of It All ✍ Rhonda Cotton
✏The Point of It All Book Summary : I know I have to answer the call that God has given me, but many times I ask myself, “What's the point!” I contemplate the timing. Relationships with natural and spiritual parents make me wonder if I am worth it. In trying to reach completion with things in life, I have often felt that God has taken His hand off me. As I move past personal limitations, I am able to see the Sovereignty of God; and that being grateful for death and pain is an appropriate spiritual response. In the end and through the strength of God, I will live without the bags that were weighing me down.
📒The Point Of It All ✍ Lillie Smith Bailey
✏The Point of It All Book Summary : The Point of It All is a collection of poems grounded on the writers experiential and vicarious experiences. To the poet, poems are designed to raise, respond, and react to points that reach deep into the soul because therein lies a persons innermost thoughts, emotions, and instincts about right and wrong. This poets vision reflects how deeply she feels about ideas and issues that force humans to question themselves and their behavior. Some of the poems, although not intended to be didactic, serve as reminders for everyone to be forever conscious of the embedded messages in society that might threaten their values and change their points of emphasis because it is important that everyone must forever remain true to their moral vision.
📒What Is The Point Of It All ✍ Warren Roaf
✏What Is the Point of It All Book Summary : As a time and interdimensional traveler, Harry Lovely has experienced thousands of strange and exciting events throughout his journey, but nothing prepared him for his current leap into the body of a developing fetus on the planet earth. As he matures, he learns the true nature of his mission and discovers his own purpose for life. As his growth and learning becomes entwined with the ever-present battle of good versus evil, Harry is to play a critical role in the fate of the universe. The world he is born into has become polarized, and the existence of values he had thought were permanent had begun to fade. Who would have thought that concepts like justice, liberty, and even the value of life itself would be replaced by envy, naivete, and a socialized utopia? Will the example of Harry, the final prophet, bring society safely through the pivotal point in time, or will it take the assistance of a mysterious stranger watching from afar to save the day? And if there is a successful outcome, what will be the cost of the sacrifice that is necessary to reach a positive conclusion? What Is the Point of It All will challenge the reader to question one’s own basic values if it is read with an open mind and willingness to see all that exists from another point of view. The author does not claim to have all the answers but invites you to join him on his journey to find them.
✏Summary Charles Krauthammer s the Point of It All A Lifetime of Great Loves and Endeavor Discussion Prompts Book Summary : Charles Krauthammer is known as one of America's preeminent political commentator. He has elevated the opinion column and made it into a form of art. His book The Point of It All: A Lifetime of Great Loves and Endeavor is a new collection that Krauthammer himself composed before his death in June 2018. This book features the speeches, columns, and other unpublished writings that showcased the best of Krauthammer's original thought. He also wrote his last and enduring words on the nature of liberal democracy, the state of American politics, and the course of world history. The Point of It All is written both for his longtime readers and newcomers alike. This book is a timely demonstration of the true meaning of integrity, clarity and intellectual fortitude amidst the noise of petty politics. In this comprehensive look into The Point of It All: A Lifetime of Great Loves and Endeavor by Charles Krauthammer, you'll gain insight with this essential resource as a guide to aid your discussions. Be prepared to lead with the following: More than 60 "done-for-you" discussion prompts available Discussion aid which includes a wealth of information and prompts Overall brief plot synopsis and author biography as refreshers Thought-provoking questions made for deeper examinations Creative exercises to foster alternate "if this was you" discussions And more! Please Note: This is a companion guide based on the work The Point of It All: A Lifetime of Great Loves and Endeavor by Charles Krauthammer not affiliated to the original work or author in any way and does not contain any text of the original work. Please purchase or read the original work first.
📒The Point Of It All ✍ LaShanna Newton
✏The Point of It All Book Summary : Kena had the perfect life! She thought her dreams had come true when she married her first true love right out of college. Never would she have imagined that on her five year anniversary her world would be turned upside down. Suddenly alone, she decides to take a new job to run away from her past...only to end up crashing into her future.
📒What S The Point ✍ Norman Warren
✏What s the Point Book Summary : Who am I? Why am I alive? What is life all about? What happens after death? This book points the way towards Christian answers to our deepest questions.
📒The Point Of It All ✍ Peyton Woodson Cooper
✏The Point of It All Book Summary : Finding the courage to changeFrom the moment Sydney first learned to write her ABCs, she knew she wanted to be a news reporter. Now two years out of college and two years into her first job as a crime reporter, the journalism business isn't all that Sydney hoped it would be. Should she stick it out and hope for the best? Or can she find the courage to change? Sage advice from a fearless best friend and a budding romance with an aspiring football player may be just the gentle nudges Sydney needs to help her discover another path for her life.
📒The Point Of It All ✍ James R. Newman
✏The Point of It All Book Summary : The Point of it All is a thoroughly documented, researched book about the history of the designs of antique barbed fencing. This book describes hundreds of patents and over 2,000 patent design variations found in antique barbed fencing. Varieties such as mild steel barbed wire strands, sheet metal barbed strips, barbed metal rods, and barbed wooden rails. Antique barbed fencing evolved from the wooden fences and plain wire fences of the 1850s. The major antique barbed fencing period occurred from the late 1860s and mid-1870s to early 1900s when inventors in the Midwest and Northeast designed hundreds of new ways to corral livestock. Using US Patent and Trademark Office records and other information sources, the author describes how the inventors considered their patent designs unique, what their purpose was, and what factors influenced the changes in these designs over time. The author describes the common patterns found in the structure and form of these patent designs. Because of the complexity in these designs the author provides a proposed classification system for antique barbed fencing which can be used for sorting, organizing and indexing barbed fencing patents into similar patents and design groups. This book is intended for collectors, farm historians, and those of us who have ripped our pants crossing barbed wire fences.
📒The Hell Of It All ✍ Charlie Brooker
✏The Hell of it All Book Summary : Brooker on the BNP Party Political Broadcast: 'Nick Griffin's first line is "Don't turn it off!", which in terms of opening gambits is about as enticing as hearing someone shout "Try not to be sick!" immediately prior to intercourse.' Brooker on Philip from The Apprentice: 'If it were legal or even possible to do so, he'd probably marry himself, then conduct a long-term affair with himself behind himself's back, eventually fathering nine children with himself, all of whom would walk and talk like him. And then he'd lock those mini-hims in a secret underground dungeon to have his sick way with his selves, undetected, for decades.' Brooker on Royal Ascot: 'Every year it's the same thing: a 200-year-old countess you've never heard of, who closely resembles a Cruella De Vil mannequin assembled entirely from heavily wrinkled scrotal tissue that's been soaked in tea for the past eight decades, attempts to draw attention away from her sagging neck - a droopy curtain of skin that hangs so low she has to repeatedly kick it out of her path as she crosses the royal compound - by balancing the millinery equivalent of Bilbao's Guggenheim museum on her head.'