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27 Inspiring Wordings of Wisdom , Hörbuch, Digi...
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I have never met or read the success story of any great personality who (at some time in life) wasn't discouraged. A book, idea, conversation, meeting, audio, or video material was responsible in many ways for getting any of these men and women of repute through the stormy seasons of their lives. I have come to the conclusion that we need a daily dose of inspiration to help us get to where we want to be. Inspiration is as essential to a successful life as fuel to an automobile. Once you begin with this audiobook, you won't want to stop until you're fired up and ready to hit the bullseye; you will be charged up to meet your personal goals because in this volume are inspiring words deliberately and carefully selected to expand your mental territory and set you on a course for winning in life always! 1. Language: English. Narrator: Ayo Owodunni. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/080798/bk_acx0_080798_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Diary of a Lost Girl
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A silent film directed by George Wilhelm Pabst and written by Margarete Bohme and Rudolf Leonhardt on 15th October 1929, Diary of a lost girl is a film about a young daughter of a pharmacist (Josef Rovensky). This innocent girl is seduced by her father’s lustful assistant, Meinert (Fritz Rasp) and later gives birth to an illegitimate child. The film showcases how a girl with good repute falls from grace after she is seduced and her diary says it all. It traces the journey of a young woman from the pit of despair to the moment of personal awakening that represents the collaboration between the film maker and screen icon Louise Brooks. The movie is a silent storytelling with a fusion of Pabst's expertise and Brooks' expressiveness that creates something special. The Kino Classics Blu-ray presents the film in a meticulous digital restoration to relish.

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Jiddu Krishnamurti's conception of mind
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Jiddu Krishnamurti is a philosopher of great repute who gave importance to universal religious values and personal insight. His philosophy is a synthesis of both Indian and western philosophical and psychological principles. He was born on 11 May, 1895 at Madanapalli, Chittoor District of Andhra Pradesh, South India. Krishnamurti was the eighth child of a lower middle class Brahmin couple, Sanjeevama and Narayanaiah. His mother died when Krishnamurti was a child. She felt that her child was destined for a remarkable career and insisted on delivering him in her prayer room. Since he was the eighth child, he was named after Srikrishna the eighth avatar.

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Psychological Study of Mother-Daughter Relation...
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The word daughter denotes, especially in Indian culture, a specific role played by a girl as the reservoir of family repute, a symbol of obedience and an embodiment of the mother s aptitude. It seems as if every daughter is born with some kind of debt, owing to her mother, to be paid by reincarnating her mother s self and perpetuating the aspiration and values of the mother s private domain. The amount of closeness, ripened during the upbringing of the daughter, fixes mother and daughter in a relationship of its kind, glued with the knots of perennial dilemma. Stupefied by the mother s expectations and demanding nature, the daughter generally seeks a secure refuge, either in education or in a lover, not knowing the consequences of the impending separation. Imagine how the understanding of this relationship can improve your performance in your family. To gain a sense of security in your personal relations and to value the amount of intimacy you share either with your mother or daughter, do read and find out the magic of this relationship.

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Deissmann the Philologist
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Gustav Adolf Deissmann (1866–1937) was an extraordinary German theologian who gained considerable international repute during his lifetime for his many pioneering contributions in the widely divergent fields of postclassical Greek philology, lexicography, the archaeological excavations of ancient Ephesus, international conciliation and the ecumenical movement. He was the recipient of numerous national and international distinctions, including eight honorary doctorates from six different countries, and was nominated twice for the Nobel Peace Prize. Yet until recent years this once celebrated intellectual has largely been overlooked by modern scholarship, or, if mentioned, often tended to be misrepresented. Although a pleasing upsurge of interest in Deissmann has occurred during the past decade– driven primarily by research from German theological faculties– this comprehensive book from the Antipodes is the first authorized biographical analysis of his multifaceted academic career. Gerber’s thorough research is based on an impressive range of hitherto unpublished sources– drawn from some 25 archives, scattered over 3 continents– as well as much privately held material which includes Deissmann’s personal diary. An important added feature of this source-rich work is the substantial collection of relevant appendices and addenda, as these consist of transcribed documentary material that would otherwise remain largely unknown or inaccessible to most readers.

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Rethinking Globally and Reacting Locally - Toge...
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR Prof. G. Stanly Jaya Kumar (born 1960) is serving as Head, Department of Sociology, S.V. University, Tirupati. He is privileged with sound Educational background of Doctorate in Sociology, Master of Arts in English, Bachelor of Education and Post - Graduate Diploma in Personal Management, Industrial Relations and Labour Welfare. He has Authored and edited 6 books and organized 10 National Seminars in different capacities. He has also contributed to the Journals of National and International repute. He actively collaborates with NGO striving for social cause. He is putting up 20 long years of Teaching and Research Experience. He began practicing Sociology since 1997, to fill - up the silent spaces of ignorance through sensitization. First, he will prepare a pamphlet through an expert in that field. At second stage, through self - managed P.G student teams disseminate vital information. Finally they will observe the change in KAP i.e knowledge, attitude and practice. He has covered nearly 40 Topics mostly in Rural and also in Urban areas covering thousands of people. No foundations and no organizations he is a 'Silent achiever'.

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Deissmann the Philologist
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Gustav Adolf Deissmann (1866–1937) was an extraordinary German theologian who gained considerable international repute during his lifetime for his many pioneering contributions in the widely divergent fields of postclassical Greek philology, lexicography, the archaeological excavations of ancient Ephesus, international conciliation and the ecumenical movement. He was the recipient of numerous national and international distinctions, including eight honorary doctorates from six different countries, and was nominated twice for the Nobel Peace Prize. Yet until recent years this once celebrated intellectual has largely been overlooked by modern scholarship, or, if mentioned, often tended to be misrepresented. Although a pleasing upsurge of interest in Deissmann has occurred during the past decade– driven primarily by research from German theological faculties– this comprehensive book from the Antipodes is the first authorized biographical analysis of his multifaceted academic career. Gerber’s thorough research is based on an impressive range of hitherto unpublished sources– drawn from some 25 archives, scattered over 3 continents– as well as much privately held material which includes Deissmann’s personal diary. An important added feature of this source-rich work is the substantial collection of relevant appendices and addenda, as these consist of transcribed documentary material that would otherwise remain largely unknown or inaccessible to most readers.

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Jiddu Krishnamurti's conception of mind
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Jiddu Krishnamurti is a philosopher of great repute who gave importance to universal religious values and personal insight. His philosophy is a synthesis of both Indian and western philosophical and psychological principles. He was born on 11 May, 1895 at Madanapalli, Chittoor District of Andhra Pradesh, South India. Krishnamurti was the eighth child of a lower middle class Brahmin couple, Sanjeevama and Narayanaiah. His mother died when Krishnamurti was a child. She felt that her child was destined for a remarkable career and insisted on delivering him in her prayer room. Since he was the eighth child, he was named after Srikrishna the eighth avatar.

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White Doves at Morning
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For years, critics have acclaimed the power of James Lee Burke's writing, the luminosity of his prose, the psychological complexity of his characters, the richness of his landscapes. Over the course of twenty novels and one collection of short stories, he has developed a loyal and dedicated following among both critics and general readers. His thrillers, featuring either Louisiana cop Dave Robicheaux or Billy Bob Holland, a hardened Texas-based lawyer, have consistently appeared on national bestseller lists, making Burke one of America's most celebrated authors of crime fiction. Now, in a startling and brilliantly successful departure, Burke has written a historical novel -- an epic story of love, hate, and survival set against the tumultuous background of the Civil War and Reconstruction. At the center of the novel are James Lee Burke's own ancestors, Robert Perry, who comes from a slave-owning family of wealth and privilege, and Willie Burke, born of Irish immigrants, a poor boy who is as irreverent as he is brave and decent. Despite their personal and political conflicts with the issues of the time, both men join the Confederate Army, choosing to face ordeal by fire, yet determined not to back down in their commitment to their moral beliefs, to their friends, and to the abolitionist woman with whom both have become infatuated. One of the most compelling characters in the story, and the catalyst for much of its drama, is Flower Jamison, a beautiful young black slave befriended, at great risk to himself, by Willie and owned by -- and fathered by, although he will not admit it -- Ira Jamison. Owner of Angola Plantation, Ira Jamison is a true son of the Old South and also a ruthless businessman, who, after the war, returns to the plantation and re-energizes it by transforming it into a penal colony, which houses prisoners he rents out as laborers to replace the slaves who have been emancipated. Against all local law and customs, Flower learns from Willie to read and write, and receives the help and protection of Abigail Dowling, a Massachusetts abolitionist who had come south several years prior to help fight yellow fever and never left, and who has attracted the eye of both Willie and Robert Perry. These love affairs are not only fraught with danger, but compromised by the great and grim events of the Civil War and its aftermath. As in all of Burke's writings, White Doves at Morning is full of wonderful, colorful, unforgettable villains. Some, like Clay Hatcher, are pure 'white trash' (considered the lowest of the low, they were despised by the white ruling class and feared by former slaves). From their ranks came the most notorious of the vigilante groups, such as the Ku Klux Klan, the White League and the Knights of the White Camellia. Most villainous of all, though, are the petty and mean-minded Todd McCain, owner of New Iberia's hardware store, and the diabolically evil Rufus Atkins, former overseer of Angola Plantation and the man Jamison has placed in charge of his convict labor crews. Rounding out this unforgettable cast of characters are Carrie LaRose, madam of New Iberia's house of ill repute, and her ship's-captain brother Jean-Jacques LaRose, Cajuns who assist Flower and Abigail in their struggle to help the blacks of the town. With battle scenes at Shiloh and in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia that no reader will ever forget, and set in a time of upheaval that affected all men and all women at all levels of society, White Doves at Morning is an epic worthy of America's most tragic conflict, as well as a book of substance, importance, and genuine originality, one that will undoubtedly come to be regarded as a masterpiece of historical fiction.

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