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One Thing Notebook A Space To Write Everything Related To That One Dream

Author : Earth Mountain Earth Mountain Sea Books
ISBN : 1724525255
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This stylish and practical One Thing Notebook has been beautifully hand-designed as a birthday present or general gift. Ideal design for journalling or noting: This college-ruled blank lined notebook is perfect for jotting down ideas, writing things related to your dream, composing, drawing or even doodling.All lines in the notebook are dark grey, instead of black, so they are less distracting.Functional size: 6 x 9 in (15.2 x 22.9 cm) dimensions; the ideal size for all purposes, fitting perfectly into a bag.Reliable standards: Book industry perfect binding (the same standard binding as the books in your local library). Tough glossy paperback. Crisp white paper that minimizes ink bleed-through. The book is great for either pen or pencil users. All lines are in compliance with Medium ruled (or so-called College ruled) paper standard, which has 9/32 inch (7.1 mm) spacing between horizontal lines.Notebook Journal features include:120 white pagesCollege-ruled notebook (medium ruled)Gorgeously designed glossy coverEarth Mountain and Sea notebooks are the perfect gift for any occasion. Click the BUY Button at the top of the page to begin.Thank you!

A Space Of Anxiety

Author : Anne Fuchs
ISBN : 9042007974
Genre : Literary Criticism
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A Space of Anxiety engages with a body of German-Jewish literature that, from the beginning of the century onwards, explores notions of identity and kinship in the context of migration, exile and persecution. The study offers an engaging analysis of how Freud, Kafka, Roth, Drach and Hilsenrath employ, to varying degrees, the travel paradigm to question those borders and boundaries that define the space between the self and the other.A Space of Anxiety argues that from Freud to Hilsenrath, German-Jewish literature emerges from an ambivalent space of enunciation which challenges the great narrative of an historical identity authenticated by an originary past. Inspired by postcolonial and psychoanalytic theories, the author shows that modern German-Jewish writers inhabit a Third Space which poses an alternative to an understanding of culture as a homogeneous tradition based on (national) unity.By endeavouring to explore this third space in examples of modern German-Jewish literature, the volume also aims to contribute to recent efforts to rewriting literary history. In retracing the inherent ambivalence in how German-Jewish literature situates itself in cultural discourse, this study focuses on how this literature subverts received notions of identity and racial boundaries. The study is of interest to students of German literature, German-Jewish literature and Cultural Studies.
Category: Literary Criticism

Dear Heavenly Papa

Author : Sam Morrison
ISBN : 1730895832
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This is a simple journal to allow you a space to put in writing some of your prayers to your Heavenly Papa, things you are thankful for, people you are praying for and something you want to remember about the day. Writing your prayers/thoughts can be very powerful.

The Reconstruction Of Space And Time

Author : Rich Ling
ISBN : 9781351475419
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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One of the most significant and obvious examples of how mobile communication influences our understanding of time and space is how we coordinate with one another. Mobile communication enables us to call specific individuals, not general places. Regardless of location, we are able to make contact with almost anyone, almost anywhere. This advancement has changed, and continues to change, human interaction. Now, instead of agreeing on a particular time well beforehand, we can iteratively work out the most convenient time and place to meet at the last possible moment--on the way to the meeting or once we arrive at the destination.In their early days, mobile devices were primarily used for various types of emergency situations and for work. In some cases, the device was an essential element in various business operations or used so that overseas workers could communicate with their families. The distance between a remote posting and the people back home was suddenly and dramatically reduced. People began to share these devices not necessarily out of economic issues, but also questions of family and interpersonal dynamics.The process of sharing decisions as to who is a legitimate partner makes the nature of relationships more explicit. By examining the economy of sharing, we not only see how sharing mobile phones restructures social space, but are also given insight into an individual's web of interactions. This cutting-edge book deals with modern ways of thinking about communication and human interaction; it will illuminate the ways in which mobile communication alters our experience with space and time.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

A Space Of Her Own

Author : Leela Gulati
ISBN : 9788132103417
Genre : Social Science
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Focusing on relationships between women of different generations in India, this book comprises of narratives demonstrating how each contributor established her own personhood through engagement with a wider kin group. Did the women portrayed in the narratives find space for themselves within orthodox structures? Or, were they so constrained by the social roles of the greatest importance to their families - as wives and mothers - that ending these roles meant some kind of death? How did their lives mould those of the narrators of these life histories? Showing that women need not always be seen as victims, these are stories of women who found strength, success and independence from the inspiring lives of their mothers and grandmothers.
Category: Social Science

Space In Theory

Author : Russell West-Pavlov
ISBN : 9789042025455
Genre : Literary Collections
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Space in Theory: Kristeva, Foucault, Deleuze seeks to give a detailed but succinct overview of the role of spatial reflection in three of the most influential French critical thinkers of recent decades. It proposes a step-by-step analysis of the changing place of space in their theories, focussing on the common problematic all three critics address, but highlighting the significant differences between them. It aims to rectify an unaccountable absence of detailed analysis to the significance of space in their work up until now.Space in Theory argues that Kristeva, Foucault and Deleuze address the question: How are meaning and knowledge produced in contemporary society? What makes it possible to speak and think in ways we take for granted? The answer which all three thinkers provide is: space. This space takes various forms: psychic, subjective space in Kristeva, power-knowledge-space in Foucault, and the spaces of life as multiple flows of becoming in Deleuze. This book alternates between analyses of these thinkers' theoretical texts, and brief digressions into literary texts by Barrico, de Beauvoir, Beckett, Bodrožic or Bonnefoy, via Borges, Forster, Gide, Gilbert, Glissant, Hall, to Kafka, Ondaatje, Perec, Proust, Sartre, Warner and Woolf. These detours through literature aim to render more concrete and accessible the highly complex conceptulization of contemporary spatial theory.This volume is aimed at students, postgraduates and researchers interested in the areas of French poststructuralist theory, spatial reflection, or more generally contemporary cultural theory and cultural studies.
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In A Space Of Time

Author : Connie Ramon
ISBN : 9781607914464
Genre : Religion
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Connie Ramon's writing debut is an inspirational story based on her personal journal, which introduces the reader to a personal struggle of faith and support for a friend whose friendship was relatively new to her. The journey started upon learning that her friend had been abducted. Connie was compelled (and as she later realized, called to serve) to be vigilant in prayer and offer encouraging words that she hoped would reach her friend spiritually. In doing so, she takes us on a journey of faith in which she often struggled with her own impatience. Despite her own family tragedy and other personal issues, she offered relentless support to her friend and her family reassuring them that God's hand was at work even in the darkest times. Connie learned lessons to last a lifetime as she progressed from fear, anger and pain to faith, perseverance and sacrifice. Ultimately, Connie exhorts us all to share a message of faith, hope and support with anyone who experiences any type of bondage or suffering. Connie Ramon is one of six siblings whose family resides in South Florida. She came to know the Lord at an early age as she was raised in a Christian home. She is the former Treasurer of a small community church in Miami. Connie completed her undergraduate studies at Trinity International University (Chicago) and earned her MBA at Regis College (Denver). She is the proud mother of two lovely teenage daughters. Connie's lifelong dream has been to establish a home for abused and abandoned children. She intends to use a major portion of the proceeds of the sale of this book to make that dream a reality.
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Finding The Space To Lead

Author : Janice Marturano
ISBN : 9781620402481
Genre : Business & Economics
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The complexity and relentless pace of our world places exceptional demands on leaders today. They work incredibly hard and yet feel that they are not meeting their own expectations of excellence. They feel disconnected from their own values and overburdened. By the thousands, they seek out books on leadership skills, time management, and “getting things done,” but the techniques these volumes offer, useful as they are, don't often don't speak to the leader's fundamental sense that something is missing. Janice Marturano, a senior executive with decades of experience in Fortune 500 corporations, explains how Mindful Leadership training integrates the practice of mindfulness-meditation and self-awareness-with the practical tools of management, enabling leaders to bring a wider range of their capacities to the challenges at hand. We already know from scientific research that mindfulness practices enhance mental health and improve clarity and focus. FINDING THE SPACE shows how this training has specific value for leaders. This is not a new “leadership system” to add to the burden of already overworked people. It brings the concepts of mindfulness into the everyday life of anyone in a leadership role, through specific exercises that address practical issues-the calendar, schedule, phone usage, meetings, to-do list, and strategic planning, as well as interpersonal challenges such as listening and working with difficult colleagues. Leaders who have experienced mindfulness training report that it provides a “transformative experience” with significant improvements in innovation, self-awareness, listening, and making better decisions. In FINDING THE SPACE TO LEAD, Marturano masterfully lays out her proven techniques for promoting mindfulness in the busy executive's working life.
Category: Business & Economics

In A Space In A Different Place

Author : Michael Jordan
ISBN : 9781496908155
Genre : Religion
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This book is about life's experiences, tragedies, upsets, disappointments, and the restructuring of one's thought process to build character from inside out with extreme power. However, it connects with all that life has served us on a silver platter the good, bad, and the ugly thrusting us into a space in a different place where the spirit operates off what we did not know we had on the inside of us. The spirit of survival and words of encouragement driving us to higher heights setting us up for the blessing knowing that through it all God had his hands on us and we survived it all and we are still here.
Category: Religion

The Space Of Literature

Author : Maurice Blanchot
ISBN : 9780803278776
Genre : Literary Collections
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Maurice Blanchot, the eminent literary and cultural critic, has had a vast influence on contemporary French writers--among them Jean Paul Sartre and Jacques Derrida. From the 1930s through the present day, his writings have been shaping the international literary consciousness. The Space of Literature, first published in France in 1955, is central to the development of Blanchot's thought. In it he reflects on literature and the unique demand it makes upon our attention. Thus he explores the process of reading as well as the nature of artistic creativity, all the while considering the relation of the literary work to time, to history, and to death. This book consists not so much in the application of a critical method or the demonstration of a theory of literature as in a patiently deliberate meditation upon the literary experience, informed most notably by studies of Mallarmé, Kafka, Rilke, and Hölderlin. Blanchot's discussions of those writers are among the finest in any language.
Category: Literary Collections