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Kiss The Ground

Author : Josh Tickell
ISBN : 9781501170263
Genre : Nature
File Size : 60.20 MB
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From Josh Tickell, one of America’s most celebrated documentary filmmakers, comes a “fascinating, easy-to-follow blueprint for how eating in ways that nourish and regenerate the soil can not only help reverse global warming, but also bring greater vitality to our lives” (Wolfgang Puck). “A must read for anyone committed to healing our bodies and our Earth” (Deepak Chopra), Kiss the Ground explains an incredible truth: by changing our diets to a soil-nourishing, regenerative agriculture diet, we can reverse global warming, harvest healthy, abundant food, and eliminate the poisonous substances that are harming our children, pets, bodies, and ultimately our planet. This “richly visual” (Kirkus Reviews) look at the impact of an underappreciated but essential resource—the very ground that feeds us—features fascinating and accessible interviews with celebrity chefs, ranchers, farmers, and top scientists. Kiss the Ground teaches you how to become an agent in humanity’s single most important and time-sensitive mission: reverse climate change and effectively save the world—all through the choices you make in how and what to eat. Also a full-length documentary executive produced by Leonardo DiCaprio and narrated by Woody Harrelson, “Kiss the Ground both informs and inspires” (Marianne Williamson, #1 New York Times bestselling author).
Category: Nature

Kiss What

Author : Nick Costello
ISBN : 9781612150819
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Worship WHO? Kiss WHAT? Multitudes of Christian youth, unknowingly, offer Satan adoration and praise only God deserves while fellowshipping with the devil through listening to ungodly music. Kids don't recognize, when they listen to music representative of Satan's kingdom, they're giving him the honor, glory and worship he's always desired. This area of their heart and life isn't totally surrendered to God, consumed with passionately worshipping Him and Him alone.Nick's personal, "insider-experience" sheds light on the power possessed by music, to captivate young hearts and minds.Unlike other books addressing this topic, Nick avoids pointing out specific, ungodly lyrics. Instead, he challenges attitudes of their heart in worship to the Lord using solid biblical truth, while teaching valuable life principles that can be applied no matter where youth find themselves.In Kiss What?, Nick reveals what God and Satan think about our music listening habits. Teens will discover who's really receiving their worship, based on their entertainment choices. They'll journey through the lives of three young champions for God, Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego, learning valuable life lessons and will be challenged to become champions for Jesus Christ. The Lord boldly calls youth to make the decision to turn from their ungodly music, trash the junk and follow Jesus at all cost.Kiss' What? is an excellent teaching tool for youth pastors and parents. Challenging. Encouraging. Every Christian teen needs to read this book!Author Nick Costello attained his childhood dream by becoming a successful rock star, and spent 25 years in the secular music industry. While living in the fast lane, he fell from rock star to rock bottom. It was in that place where God miraculously redeemed Nick's life. He's now a popular evangelist, youth communicator and conference speaker.Visit www.nickcostello.org
Category: Family & Relationships

The History Of The Kiss

Author : M. Danesi
ISBN : 9781137376855
Genre : Social Science
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How and when did the kiss become a vital sign of romance and love? In this wide-ranging book, pop culture expert Marcel Danesi takes the reader on a fascinating journey through the history of the kiss, from poetry and painting to movies and popular songs, and argues that its romantic incarnation signaled the birth of popular culture.
Category: Social Science

Barefoot On Holy Ground

Author : Gloria Karpinski
ISBN : 9780307574329
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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"The dreams in our hearts have to be matched by our craftsmanship in the world." Spiritual seekers in the 21st century take many forms, from the visionary and futurist to the social activist and rebel. Yet whatever your inner calling, writes internationally renowned teacher Gloria Karpinski, you can benefit from the practical guidance of other seekers on how best to manifest your spiritual intentions in the nitty-gritty reality of everyday life. A new companion for traveling purposefully on the path, Barefoot on Holy Ground helps you learn how to call forth the good in every circumstance and use it to further your mission and consciousness. Through numerous enjoyable, effective exercises and meditations, you will learn how to integrate your inner and outer resources of mind, body, emotions, finances, and careers into your personal practice. This will free you to become a disciple–in the modern sense–to your own higher calling and service to the world. Drawing on the wisdom of ancient scriptures and contemporary thinkers from many world traditions, tapping into her own and other disciples’ real-life stories and insights, Karpinski shares the Twelve Lessons of Spiritual Craftsmanship that are essential to the disciple’s path. These easy-to-follow lessons are divided into three parts: Knowing the Way explores the ways we recognize and understand our mission through Knowledge, Revelation, Body Wisdom, and Discernment; Becoming the Way illuminates the fundamental building principles of strong discipleship: Love, Will, Faith, and Power; and Fulfilling the Way reveals the practical process through which we bring our journey to fruition by Creating, Transforming, Enduring, and Serving. Integration, balance, and wisdom are the benefits of the twelve lessons, the treasured syntheses of yin and yang, light and shadow, heaven and earth. Full of exciting, effective spiritual exercises, Barefoot on Holy Ground leads readers purposefully along the path to Conscious Evolution so that they can embrace their higher calling. From the Trade Paperback edition.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Oxford Dictionary Of English Idioms

Author : John Ayto
ISBN : 9780199543786
Genre : Foreign Language Study
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Offers entries for over six thousand idioms, including seven hundred new to this edition, and provides background information, additional cross-references, and national variants.
Category: Foreign Language Study

Pilgrims To Jerusalem In The Middle Ages

Author : Nicole Chareyron
ISBN : 9780231529617
Genre : History
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"Every man who undertakes the journey to the Our Lord's Sepulcher needs three sacks: a sack of patience, a sack of silver, and a sack of faith."—Symon Semeonis, an Irish medieval pilgrim As medieval pilgrims made their way to the places where Jesus Christ lived and suffered, they experienced, among other things: holy sites, the majesty of the Egyptian pyramids (often referred to as the "Pharaoh's granaries"), dips in the Dead Sea, unfamiliar desert landscapes, the perils of traveling along the Nile, the customs of their Muslim hosts, Barbary pirates, lice, inconsiderate traveling companions, and a variety of difficulties, both great and small. In this richly detailed study, Nicole Chareyron draws on more than one hundred firsthand accounts to consider the journeys and worldviews of medieval pilgrims. Her work brings the reader into vivid, intimate contact with the pilgrims' thoughts and emotions as they made the frequently difficult pilgrimage to the Holy Land and back home again. Unlike the knights, princes, and soldiers of the Crusades, who traveled to the Holy Land for the purpose of reclaiming it for Christendom, these subsequent pilgrims of various nationalities, professions, and social classes were motivated by both religious piety and personal curiosity. The travelers not only wrote journals and memoirs for themselves but also to convey to others the majesty and strangeness of distant lands. In their accounts, the pilgrims relate their sense of astonishment, pity, admiration, and disappointment with humor and a touching sincerity and honesty. These writings also reveal the complex interactions between Christians, Jews, and Muslims in the Holy Land. Throughout their journey, pilgrims confronted occasionally hostile Muslim administrators (who controlled access to many holy sites), Bedouin tribes, Jews, and Turks. Chareyron considers the pilgrims' conflicted, frequently simplistic, views of their Muslim hosts and their social and religious practices.
Category: History