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Nothing Lasts Forever

Author : Robert Steiner
ISBN : 9781619022317
Genre : Fiction
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These three novellas each shimmer with exactitudes of falling out of love and falling into death, as existence at critical moments renounces normal life for moments of absolute desire. These are narratives of obsession and calamity. Lovers and wives are at the edge of themselves, saying the unsayable, doing the undoable, challenging us to keep our eyes open to the disintegration and pain. At the core of each tale is an erotic intensity. The prose is urgent. The stories are unforgettable. Into the Green Ocean Deep sees a man’s last days with a dying lover as they engage in a final burst of transgressive eroticism. Negative Space recites the anguished thoughts of a man whose wife of twenty years has confessed her love for someone else as she packs to leave. In Inviolate, a wife suffers the imminent death of her husband from a fall that has left him comatose. “Once coma defined the limit of her husband’s existence for the rest of it he was as well as he would ever be and so his wife at the foot of the bed observed that this was as good as he was going to look.”
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Infinity

Author : Sahil Arora
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Genre : Fiction
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Getting over a thousand memories, crushing a million promises. Making me realize that forever is fiction and waking me up to a nightmare which I live in everyday now. Infinity is a book for the broken hearts and for the ones who have loved and lost and are still stuck in time.
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Fighting For Infinity

Author : Karen Amanda Hooper
ISBN : 9780985589974
Genre : Fiction
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The 3rd and final book in highly acclaimed Kindrily series. Every moment, every lifetime, every decision--including her choice to erase--has led Maryah to this. Two outcomes are possible: an infinite happy-ever-after with her kindrily or the final severing of her relationship with Nathan. Closer to the enemy than ever before, Maryah unravels the diabolical plan that Dedrick has been manipulating into place for centuries. Revelations, secrets, and lies surface faster than Maryah can process. She doesn't know who to trust, what to believe, or how to save her loved ones from the desolate future Dedrick is so close to executing. Guided by an enigmatic raven-haired prisoner, Maryah fights body and soul to save Nathan, her kindrily, and countless others. But is her love strong enough to alter a prophecy written in the stars? Keywords: young adult, YA, teen, YA romance, romance, paranormal, fantasy, supernatural, reincarnation, spiritual, metaphysical, superheroes, saga, series, magic, superpowers, love story, Kindrily
Category: Fiction

Bridging Infinity

Author : Charlie Jane Anders
ISBN : 9781786180490
Genre : Fiction
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BUILDING TOWARDS TOMORROW Sense of wonder is the lifeblood of science fiction. When we encounter something on a truly staggering scale – metal spheres wrapped around stars, planets rebuilt and repurposed, landscapes re-engineered, starships bigger than worlds – the only response we have is reverence, admiration, and possibly fear at something that is grand, sublime, and extremely powerful. Bridging Infinity puts humanity at the heart of that experience, as builder, as engineer, as adventurer, reimagining and rebuilding the world, the solar system, the galaxy and possibly the entire universe in some of the best science fiction stories you will experience. Bridging Infinity continues the award-winning Infinity Project series of anthologies with new stories from Alastair Reynolds, Pat Cadigan, Stephen Baxter, Charlie Jane Anders, Tobias S. Buckell, Karen Lord, Karin Lowachee, Kristine Kathryn Rusch, Gregory Benford, Larry Niven, Robert Reed, Pamela Sargent, Allen Steele, Pat Murphy, Paul Doherty, An Owomoyela, Thoraiya Dyer and Ken Liu.
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Nothing Lasts Forever

Author : Dr Anniekie Ravhudzulo
ISBN : 1456815946
Genre : Self-Help
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When night comes, look at the sky. If you see a falling star, dont wonder why, just make a wish. Trust me, it will come true, because I did and found Jesus Christ. Sometimes we think that things will never change in life. I dont know anyone who has not yet experienced pressure of one kind or another in life. It may raise its head swiftly and unexpectedly. Or we may see and feel it coming slowly but surely, like a slight crack in the wall of a building going up or down. You might arrive late for some event and miss something special. This is a minor pressure, and it usually does not last long; its an everyday occurrence that does not really matter very much. There are many such pressures. On the other hand, the pressure of realising that the dream you had has failed to come true may overcome you. You may feel depressed because of the loss of your spouse, the chaos in the workplace, the loss of friends, or the insincerity of those you considered friends, a lack of understanding on the part of your family, heartache that never seems to end, or feeling that God does not hear your prayer. There are more types of pressure than there is grass growing on the plains of the Highveld. Do not give up when you still have something to give. I know that through Christ I am strong enough to make all my dreams come true. I know love, therefore I give love. I recognise that my love has great value and must be reciprocated. If my unconditional love is taken for granted, it doesnt disappear. I am quite capable of articulating my needs. I know that with God the world is my playground, but without God I will just be played with. I understand that my life experiences are merely lessons meant to bring me closer to self-knowledge and unconditional self-love. I know that I will at times have to inspire others to reach the potential God gave them. I know my past, understand my present and face my future. I am not afraid of tomorrow for I have seen yesterday and I love today. Jim Rohn says that happiness is not something you postpone for the future; it is something you design for the present.
Category: Self-Help

Big Sky

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ISBN : UCSC:32106019586665
Genre : American poetry
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All Stars

Author : Tom Clark
ISBN : STANFORD:36105035259733
Genre : All Stars [musical group]
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Works by Michael McClure, Clark Coolidge, Dick Gallup, Aram Saroyan, Ed Dorn, Alice Notley, Ted Berrigan, Ron Padgett, Philip Whalen, Tom Clark, James Schuyler, Robert Creeley and Ed Sanders.
Category: All Stars [musical group]

The World Of Leon

Author : Leon
ISBN : UCAL:B4351494
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Leon without question must rank among the foremost contemporary poets. He excels perhaps in his exquisite attention to the medium itself, exploiting with confidence but without distortion the valid intricacies of syntax and image. If there is one figure who is a key to the whole, it is Leon, standing as he does at the crossroads of Dada, traditionalism, Pop Art, romanticism, Cubism, lettrism, classicism, Marxism, Hard Edge, militancy, Richard Kostelanetz, Vorticism, vogeurism, chauvinism, Imagism, symbolism, neo-classicism, Zen, neo-Elyzabethanism, minimalism, Maoism, and Thomistic Platonism. --Donald Hall.
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Of Time And Infinity

Author : Leon Arceneaux
ISBN : 9780595810987
Genre : Religion
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We live in a universe that in many respects is a mystery that we are trying to understand. Join the author on a voyage-a voyage past time into infinity. Walk with the author as he discusses the tiniest particles of matter, and then reach out into our indescribable universe-to Black Holes and Quasars. Wonder about other dimensions and other beings. Question how microbes and trees communicate. Launch your voyage from the beginning of creation and hang on for the ride. The purpose of, Of Time and Infinity, is to open the door of the "cage" where we have been taught to imprison our mind, and let it fly free-to look beyond the four dimensions that we are familiar with-beyond time into infinity. In doing so, we may touch the mind of God.
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New Theories Of Everything

Author : John D. Barrow
ISBN : 9780191579370
Genre : Science
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Will we ever discover a single scientific theory that tells us everything that has happened, and everything that will happen, on every level in the Universe? The quest for the theory of everything - a single key that unlocks all the secrets of the Universe - is no longer a pipe-dream, but the focus of some of our most exciting research about the structure of the cosmos. But what might such a theory look like? What would it mean? And how close are we to getting there? In New Theories of Everything, John D. Barrow describes the ideas and controversies surrounding the ultimate explanation. Updating his earlier work Theories of Everything with the very latest theories and predictions, he tells of the M-theory of superstrings and multiverses, of speculations about the world as a computer program, and of new ideas of computation and complexity. But this is not solely a book about modern ideas in physics - Barrow also considers and reflects on the philosophical and cultural consequences of those ideas, and their implications for our own existence in the world. Far from there being a single theory uniquely specifying the constants and forces of nature, the picture today is of a vast landscape of different logically possible laws and constants in many dimensions, of which our own world is but a shadow: a tiny facet of a higher dimensional reality. But this is not to say we should give up in bewilderment: Barrow shows how many rich and illuminating theories and questions arise, and what this may mean for our understanding of our own place in the cosmos.
Category: Science

Knowledge

Author : Robin Oxman
ISBN : 9781469109947
Genre : Science
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Once upon a time life was simpler. Information came to us through gossip, books, newspapers, the radio and newsreels at the movies. Then came television. Initially the first news shows were only 15 minutes in length but gradually expanded until now we have CNN with its 24-hour coverage. But none of this was going to compare to the master of all information inundation - the Internet. Information overload, once confined to the few, is now the headache of the many. Surely not all this information carries equal weight. Some, if not most, is out-right nonsense. How do we discern between accurate information and facts that are not? By detailing how science is a process, a method of obtaining truth, this book hopes to arm the reader with tools with which to apply intelligent thinking, thinking that is critical, skeptical and evidenced based. Once you know why microwave radiation cannot induce cancer you become impervious to the fears of cell phone use. Once you understand the laws of probability you are better equipped to decide whether or not it is prudent to buy that lottery ticket or, better yet, which games at Vegas give you the best chance of winning and which you should avoid as the plague. Yes, you can get your arms around Einstein's Theory of Relativity, Quantum Physics and the newest advances in neuroscience - the study of the brain, of consciousness, of awareness - the study of you. No, you do not need math and formulas. Science can even answer those riddles from childhood: 1. What came first, the chicken or the egg? 2. If a tree falls in the forest does it make a sound? 3. Is it night that follows day or day that follows night?
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Seminar

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ISBN : UCSC:32106018397841
Genre : India
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The Ecumenist

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105025721395
Genre : Christian union
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The Infinity Box

Author : Kate Wilhelm
ISBN : 9780575120150
Genre : Fiction
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Suppose you could enter the mind of a beautiful woman; see what she sees, feel what she feels, and control her completely. Suppose you could turn back the hands of your watch, and relive your life. Suppose the stories you wrote kept coming true.
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Leibniz And The Kabbalah

Author : A.P. Coudert
ISBN : 9789401720694
Genre : Philosophy
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The general view of scholars is that the Kabbalah had no meaningful influence on Leibniz's thought. } But on the basis of new evidence I am convinced that the question must be reopened. The Kabbalah did influence Leibniz, and a recognition of this will lead to both a better understanding of the supposed "quirkiness,,2 of Leibniz's philosophy and an appreciation ofthe Kabbalah as an integral but hitherto ignored factor in the emergence of the modem secular and scientifically oriented world. During the past twenty years there has been increasing willingness to recognize the important ways in which mystical and occult thinking contributed to the development of science and the emergence 3 of toleration. However, the Kabbalah, particularly the Lurianic Kabbalah with its monistic vitalism and optimistic philosophy of perfectionism and universal salvation, has not yet been integrated into the new historiography, although it richly deserves to be. On the basis of manuscripts in libraries at Hanover and Wolfenbiittel, it is clear that Leibniz's relationship with Francis Mercury van Helmont (1614- 1698) and Christian Knorr von Rosenroth (1636-1689), the two leading Christian Kabbalists of the period, was much closer than previously imagined and that his direct knowledge of their writings, especially the collection of 4 kabbalistic texts they published in the Kabbala Denudata, was far more detailed than most scholars have realized. During 1688 Leibniz spent more than a month at Sulzbach with von Rosenroth.
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