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Rest In The Mourning

Author : r.h. Sin
ISBN : 9781449486914
Genre : Poetry
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The calm before and after the storm. Rest in the Mourning is a steady and profound stream of conscious thoughts and emotion. Documenting unhealthy relationships and why the heart ends up in the hands of those deemed unworthy. It speaks to the heart's ability to hold on to relationships that no longer deserve our energy as well as what happens when we are ready to let go. Rest in the Mourning is about self-care and self-love.
Category: Poetry

Mourning In The Ancient Near East And The Hebrew Bible

Author : Xuan Huong Thi Pham
ISBN : 1841270296
Genre : Religion
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Commentators are often disturbed by the presence of various speakers in the three poems of Lamentations 1 and 2, and Isaiah 51.9-52.2, the change of speakers being thought to disrupt the flow of ideas. This study shows that a close reading of all three poems in the light of their mourning ceremony setting displays a clear and consistent flow of thought. Purported cases of 'disruption' now fit into their present context as moments in which different mourners voice their pains and their questions aloud, and bring their incomprehensible sufferings to Yahweh their God and the creator of all.
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Ecology And Management Of The Mourning Dove

Author : Thomas S. Baskett
ISBN : 0811719405
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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The only comprehensive reference on the mourning dove. Includes basic biology, life history, population characteristics, and research techniques.
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The Impossible Mourning Of Jacques Derrida

Author : Sean Gaston
ISBN : 9781441164506
Genre : Philosophy
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At the time of his death in 2004, Jacques Derrida was arguably the most influential and the most controversial thinker in contemporary philosophy. But how does one respond to the death of Jacques Derrida? How does one mourn for Derrida, who spent thirty years warning of the dangers of mourning, while insisting that mourning is both unavoidable and impossible? In this original and engaging response to Derrida's death, Sean Gaston re-examines his own relationship with this great thinker and traces his own mourning, while examining the very nature of mourning in Derrida's work. Written in the immediate aftermath of Derrida's death, this insightful and touching account offers a fresh analysis of a vital element of Derrida's thought and a genuine reflection on the implications of Derrida's death for how we will now address his work.
Category: Philosophy

Niv Hope In The Mourning Bible Ebook

Author : Zondervan,
ISBN : 9780310429456
Genre : Bibles
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WHEN A CASSEROLE OR A GREETING CARD ISN’T ENOUGH. Grief is one of life’s toughest challenges. During such times it is difficult to know where to turn. Yet in the midst of your deepest despair, God reveals Himself and His promises for a better tomorrow. The NIV Hope in the Mourning Bible works to bring a peaceful sense—in the midst of the coldest winter—that spring will one day come again. The collection of devotions and prayers warmly offer inspiration and hope based in God’s Word and his promises to those who have lost loved ones. This Bible emphasizes the love and hope that your Lord has for you even during your darkest days. Features • Complete text of the NIV, the world’s most popular modern-English Bible • Daily devotions written for and by those who have experienced the loss of a loved one or who are helping a loved one through extended terminal illness • A prayer appendix featuring 52 prayers based on the book of Psalms • Short reflections and song lyrics for meditation • Resources list containing information for those seeking additional help
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Stop Mourning Start Growing

Author : Delsea Flowers
ISBN : 9781479700929
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The days and nights go by as Dana struggle with the pain of the loss of her daughter. She felt like life was over. As she finally begin to climb up that hill. She finds herself knock down again with breast cancer. That when Dana began to challenge herself in another direction in life, to make her pain, help her gain.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Mortality Mourning And Mortuary Practices In Indigenous Australia

Author : Katie Glaskin
ISBN : 0754674495
Genre : Social Science
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Drawing on ethnography of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities across Australia, this volume focuses on the current ways in which indigenous people confront and manage various aspects of death. The contributors construct rich accounts of indi
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Mourning Dress Routledge Revivals

Author : Lou Taylor
ISBN : 9781135228439
Genre : History
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First published in 1983, Mourning Dress chronicles the development of European and American mourning dress and etiquette from the middle ages to the present day, highlighting similarities and differences in practices between the different social strata. The result is a book which is not only of major importance to students of the history of dress but also to anyone who enjoys social history.
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The Swedenborgian

Author : Benjamin Fiske Barrett
ISBN : OSU:32435053208138
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Mourning A Father Lost

Author : Abraham Balaban
ISBN : 0742529223
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Returning to the kibbutz of his childhood to attend his father's funeral, Avraham Balaban confronts his still intensely painful childhood memories. With a poet's keen voice, the author weaves together two interrelated stories: a sensitive artist growing up in the intensely pragmatic world of Kibbutz Huldah and the rise and fall of a grand yet failed social experiment. As he moves through the seven days of sitting shivah for his father, Balaban experiences an expanding cycle of mourning-for self, family, the kibbutz, and Israel itself. He pens a poignant, frank portrait of the emotional damage wrought by the kibbutz educational system, which separated children from their parents. Indeed, he realizes that he is mourning not the physical death of his father, but the much earlier death of the father-child bond. Readers will see the kibbutz movement, and Israel in general, with new eyes after finishing this book.
Category: Biography & Autobiography