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Biography Of Silence

Author : Pablo d'Ors
ISBN : 9781946764249
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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A publishing phenomenon in Spain: a moving, lyrical, far-ranging meditation on the deep joys of confronting oneself through silence by a Spanish priest and Zen disciple. With silence increasingly becoming a stranger to us, one man set out to become its intimate: Pablo d'Ors, a Catholic priest whose life was changed by Zen meditation. With disarming honesty and directness, as well as a striking clarity of language, d'Ors shares his struggles as a beginning meditator: the tedium, restlessness, and distraction. But, persevering, the author discovers not only a deep peace and understanding of his true nature, but also that silence, rather than being a retreat from life, offers us an intense engagement with life just as it is. Imbued with a rare beauty, Biography of Silence shows us the deep joy of silence that is available to us all.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Can You Feel The Silence

Author : Clinton Heylin
ISBN : 014029578X
Genre : Rock musicians
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Van Morrison is an enigma. The legendary rock star who wrote and recorded such influential albums as Astral Weeks and Moondance and has mesmerised millions live is also a reclusive and troubled man who'll do anything to avoid publicity. Through interviews with friends, through the music itself and through painstaking research, Clinton Heylin reveals for the first time the tensions in Morrison s life. From a Belfast childhood and marriage break up to the recording of classic songs and albums, this is Van Morrison laid bare.
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Music To Silence To Music

Author : Barbara Frenz
ISBN : 0992822254
Genre : African American jazz musicians
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Vibrant Silence

Author : Carolyn Lyon Remington
ISBN : UOM:39015070554632
Genre : Deaf
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When Silence Calls Biography Of G Dennis Drake

Author : G. Dennis Drake
ISBN : 0578552310
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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"Couldn't put it down." Encouraging and warmly uplifting, this is a true story of devastating failure, a search for faith, and amazing triumph. It contains romance, heartbreak, extreme danger, adventure, political intrigue, entrepreneurship, and world exploration. Better than fiction, this impelling story takes the reader on a journey beginning with a boy's struggle to find his place in the world, to a leader loved by multitudes. His story reveals a man's compassion for those shunned or ignored by society and taking heroic action in the face of fierce opposition. Much more than the rescue of a deaf community played out on an island in the Mindanao Sea, it is a tale of a life well-lived.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Question Of Silence

Author : G. N. Devy
ISBN : 9352877675
Genre : Cultural pluralism
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Sounds Of Silence Breaking

Author : Janet L. Miller
ISBN : 0820461571
Genre : Education
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This book contains a broad range of Millers writings and intertwines interpretations of educational theories, events and practices throughout private and public dimensions of Miller's life.
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In Silence And In Shadow

Author : Lindsay Aileen Holowach Parker
ISBN : OCLC:780785120
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The French Revolution is widely recognized as a major turning point in the history of Europe. It introduced republicanism, abolitionism, secularism, and nationalism to the continent more forcefully than ever before. It also affected private life by redefining relationships between spouses and between children and their parents. It propelled the creation of the modern self by turning French subjects into citizens. And yet the Revolution's effect on women is still largely unknown. This biography details the life of Rosalie Ducrolly Jullien, a woman whose male family members would become part of the revolutionary elite. It is a biography in that it explores Rosalie's most intimate ideas, feelings, and experience and places her life at the center of analysis. It is a micro-history to the extent that it uses Rosalie's example to provide insight into larger problems. The central claim of this dissertation, in fact, is that Rosalie proves that women could and did participate in the Revolution in ways that were meaningful to them even if those political practices took place only in the private sphere. In addition, Rosalie demonstrates how a woman who continued to lead a traditional and largely private life developed, over the course of the Revolution, a modern identity that persisted throughout her lifetime.
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Fifty Years Of Silence

Author : Jan Ruff O'Herne
ISBN : 9781742754260
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The extraordinary memoir of a war rape survivor. 'How can you tell your daughters, you know? I mean, the shame, the shame was still so great. I knew I had to tell them but I couldn't tell them face to face . . . so I decided to write it down.' Jan Ruff O'Herne's idyllic childhood in Dutch colonial Indonesia ended when the Japanese invaded Java in 1942. She was interned in Ambarawa Prison Camp along with her mother and two younger sisters. In February 1944, when Jan was just twenty-one years old, she was taken from the camp and forced into sexual slavery in a military brothel. Jan was repeatedly beaten and raped for a period of three months, after which she was returned to prison camp with threats that her family would be killed if she revealed the truth about the atrocities inflicted upon her. For fifty years, Jan told no-one what had happened to her, but in 1992, after seeing Korean war rape victims making appeals for justice on television, she decided to speak out and support them. Before she could testify publicly, though, she had to find a way to tell her family and friends about all she had suffered. Jan's survival is a tribute to her inner strength and deep faith. For the past fifteen years, she has worked tirelessly to protect the rights of women in war and armed conflict.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

A Voice At The Borders Of Silence

Author : William Segal
ISBN : UOM:39015058078257
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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A spiritual portrait of William Segal notes his achievements as the follower and interpreter of some of the twentieth century's most influential spiritual masters, describes the near-fatal car crash from which he emerged to renew his life's work, and reproduces many of his writings and works of art.
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The Roaring Silence

Author : David Revill
ISBN : 1559701668
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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In honor of Cage's eightieth birthday, this full-length study of the influential American composer celebrates John Cage's contributions to modern music, analyzes influences on his art, and places his life an work within the context of twentieth-century art.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Silence Was Salvation

Author : Cathy A. Frierson
ISBN : 9780300179453
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Roughly ten million children were victims of political repression in the Soviet Union during the Stalinist era, the sons and daughters of peasants, workers, scientists, physicians, and political leaders considered by the regime to be dangerous to the political order. Ten grown victims, who as children suffered banishment, starvation, disease, anti-Semitism, and trauma resulting from their parents' condemnation and arrest, now freely share their stories. The result is a powerful and moving oral history that will profoundly deepen the reader's understanding of life in the U.S.S.R. under the despotic reign of Joseph Stalin.
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Breaking The Silence

Author : Mariette Hartley
ISBN : 0399135839
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 70.42 MB
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The award-winning actress describes her odyssey from her own turbulent childhood, abusive first marriage, and alcoholism through the struggle and joy of building a new life
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The Grace Of Silence

Author : Michele Norris
ISBN : 9780307379467
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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ONE OF THE BEST BOOKS OF THE YEAR: San Francisco Chronicle, The Christian Science Monitor, Kansas City Star. A profoundly moving and deeply personal memoir by the co-host of National Public Radio’s flagship program All Things Considered. While exploring the hidden conversation on race unfolding throughout America in the wake of President Obama’s election, Michele Norris discovered that there were painful secrets within her own family that had been willfully withheld. These revelations—from her father’s shooting by a Birmingham police officer to her maternal grandmother’s job as an itinerant Aunt Jemima in the Midwest—inspired a bracing journey into her family’s past, from her childhood home in Minneapolis to her ancestral roots in the Deep South. The result is a rich and extraordinary family memoir—filled with stories that elegantly explore the power of silence and secrets—that boldly examines racial legacy and what it means to be an American.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Music Of Silence

Author : Andrea Bocelli
ISBN : 0060936983
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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You don't have to be an opera fan to appreciate this beautifully written memoir by world-famous tenor Andrea Bocelli. Born among the vineyards of Tuscany, Bocelli was still an infant when he developed glaucoma. Music filtering into his room soothed the unsettled child. By the age of twelve he was completely blind, but his passion for music brought light back into his life. Here Bocelli reveals the anguish of his blindness and the transcendent experience of singing. He writes about his loving parents, who nurtured his musical interests, the challenges of learning to read music in Braille and of competing in talent shows, his struggles with law school, and his desire to turn an avocation into a way of life. He describes falling in love and singing in piano bars until his big break in 1992, when a stunned Pavarotti heard him sing "Miserere." The international acclaim and success that have followed Bocelli ever since have done nothing to dull his sense of gratitude and wonder about the world. No classical music fan can afford to be without this engaging and humble memoir of a fascinating and triumphant star.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Bimal Roy A Man Of Silence

Author : Rinki Bhattacharya
ISBN : UOM:39015034433527
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Contributed write-ups on the works of an Indian film-maker.
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The Silent Cry Of A Child

Author : Tracy Ann Goss
ISBN : 9781434917973
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The Story Of Silence

Author : Eugenia Rico
ISBN : 9788892760035
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The literature of “what comes after” begins here. Lucid, calm, informed, helpful in trying to think about where we are now... If this current coronavirus crisis has left you feeling vulnerable, disorientated, and lonely, then Eugenia Rico’s The Story of Silence will not only comfort you, it will also open your eyes to what’s been happening around the world. Informative, intimate and loving, Rico’s thoughts on this worldwide tragedy will wrap you in a blanket of human warmth. This groundbreaking, moving essay on the coronavirus pandemic lucidly explains how our interconnectedness will save us. In this extraordinarily elegant work written from lockdown in Venice as the crisis deepened day to day, Eugenia Rico, bestselling writer with a PhD in Human Rights, shows us what this outbreak is really about: human interconnectedness. Illuminating with great simplicity the big picture of how the disease spreads and placing it in the context of other modern crises like climate change and xenophobia, Eugenia Rico reveals how battling the pandemic is ultimately about realizing how inextricably linked all our lives are and about acting accordingly. Both timely and timeless, The Story of Silence is an accessible, deeply felt meditation on what it means to be human after the pandemic and which leaves you feeling empowered.
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A Moment Of Silence

Author : Henry Smith
ISBN : 0228809711
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 70.23 MB
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Henry has a passionate intimacy with the deaf and blind, he has written several books to help others to understand how the deaf have to struggle to today's society. He speaks to organization on topics such as child molestation and intimate with the deaf community, leadership, visually, impairment and independence.
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Sri Ramakrishna The Face Of Silence

Author : Swami Nikhilananda
ISBN : 9781594731150
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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"This new edition of two classic spiritual biographies of Sri Ramakrishna offers an intimate portrait of the life of this great teacher. An essential spiritual guide for people of all faiths and backgrounds, it presents a unique look at the deeper spirit within the Ramakrishna legend, and illuminates an important link in the Ramakrishna-Vivekananda movement."--BOOK JACKET.
Category: Biography & Autobiography