Living Here Place
From time to time each of us can get stuck in a place called here. But this was not the plan we had for ourselves. One day we woke up and found ourselves living in a city called "Here".James Woods takes you through the process of self-examination and discovery that will empower you the escape the city of "Here" and get to where you truly desire to be.
A life worth living is worth recording, and what better place than this journal? These lined pages crave your scribbled notes, thoughts, ideas, experiences, and notions. Fill the lines, remember your life, don't lose your ideas, and keep reaching higher to live the best life you can. It all starts here, folks, but you'll need your own pen or pencil.
Lowestoft Within Living Memory is a fresh new look at the town's relatively recent history. In a place once famed for its fishing fleet, shipbuilding and coachworks, we see plethora of photographs of people going about their daily work and at play, as well as stunning images of the changing town which have not been published before. Images of the seaside and fishing fleet, the townscape and rapid post-war development feature here, as well as the demise of local industry and above all, Lowestoft's people.
Did you ever know of anyone running 'shine? I asked. Gene Humphreys laughed and said, Used to, a lot of them did. They'd build 'em a whiskey still, they called it, out in the woods, as far back in the dark places as they could get it. They'd make their brew and everything and they'd cook it off. There was one fella that lived down the road here. SHOT LIKE A DOG.
Hutto is living in a tent at twelve thousand feet, where blizzards occur in July and where human wants become irrelevant and human needs can become a matter of life and death?to study the Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep. The population of these rare alpine sheep is in decline. The lambs are dying in unprecedented numbers. Hutto s job is to find out why.
Here, Wallace Alston Jr. presents for us a newly revised and expanded version of his book, The Church. Alston summarizes the identity, nature, and ministry of the church from a Reformed perspective, and places this doctrine within its historical and contemporary context. A new introductory chapter on "The Church for Such a Time," an epilogue on "The Church That People Love," and updated Scripture passages from NRSV are a few of the new features of this new edition.
People keep asking "How?" as a defense against living their life, says best-selling author Peter Block. In this witty, insightful award-winning book, Block shows that many standard solutions and improvement efforts, reinforced by most of the literature, keep people paralyzed. Here he places the "how to" craze in perspective and teaches individuals, workers, and managers ways to act on what they know.
Jim Daniels, in his first book of poems, draws upon his experiences in living and working in his native Detroit to present a start, realistic picture of urban, blue-collar life. Daniels, his brothers, his father, and his grandfather have all worked in the auto industry, and that background seeps into nearly all these poems. The first of the book s three sections sketches out this background, then moves into a neighborhood full of people whose lives are so linked to the ups and downs of the auto industry that they have to struggle to find their own lives; in "Still Lives in Detroit, #2," Daniels writes, "There s a man in this picture.
In this remarkable and remarkably accessible synthesis of ecology, landscape design, and social sciences, the authors present an approach to lakeshore living that addresses the need to create rich, sustainable places and communities on the water, where both the loon and the family find a place, and where the cabin can be handed down with integrity to the grandchildren.
Living with Wildlife in the Pacific Northwest is all about coexisting with the animals commonly found in gardens, ponds, attics, crawl spaces, and other places where humans and wildlife cross paths throughout Oregon, Washington, and British Columbia. From bats to woodpeckers, sixty-eight species are described here, with details about feeding and mating habits, family structures, and life cycles.
Hallo friends, My name is Tom Wheels and i am not here to sell you another roulette book. In this book i am going to teach you my system that can give you a steady return on your investment. Because that is what a roulette can give you or better that is what a player - investor should want from a roulette. A casino is not a place that can make you rich.
Westchester County, New York, is thought of as suburban and affluent, but welfare reform hit hard here, too. The radical 1996 legislation created a temporary assistance program for poor families with harsher provisions than the program it replaced. It mandates "workfare," meaning that recipients must work as a condition of benefit receipt. But the work parents obtain in the so-called flexible labor market-jobs like home health care aide-are inflexible for them.
I am pleased to be able to introduce this book by Monsieur lean-Claude Gall, firstly because it is a book, secondly because its author has been a colleague for 15 years, and finally because it is a book which demonstrates the growing importance of Palaeobiology. "Because it is a book". I have already commented else- where on the value which the Earth Science community places on a book.