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Ride The Tiger

Author : Julius Evola
ISBN : 9781620558508
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Julius Evola’s final major work, which examines the prototype of the human being who can give absolute meaning to his or her life in a world of dissolution • Presents a powerful criticism of the idols, structures, theories, and illusions of our modern age • Reveals how to transform destructive processes into inner liberation The organizations and institutions that, in a traditional civilization and society, would have allowed an individual to realize himself completely, to defend the principal values he recognizes as his own, and to structure his life in a clear and unambiguous way, no longer exist in the contemporary world. Everything that has come to predominate in the modern world is the direct antithesis of the world of Tradition, in which a society is ruled by principles that transcend the merely human and transitory. Ride the Tiger presents an implacable criticism of the idols, structures, theories, and illusions of our dissolute age examined in the light of the inner teachings of indestructible Tradition. Evola identifies the type of human capable of “riding the tiger,” who may transform destructive processes into inner liberation. He offers hope for those who wish to reembrace Traditionalism.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Ride A Tiger

Author : Harold Livingston
ISBN : 0312904878
Genre : Fiction
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Chronicles the story of poor Jewish boy Leo Gorodetsky's rise from poverty on New York's Lower East Side to the highest levels of the Mafia
Category: Fiction

Riding The Tiger

Author : Eve Bunting
ISBN : 0547533179
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Esteemed author Eve Bunting brings all her insight, empathy, and storytelling skill to this powerful allegorical tale, set in the streets of an unnamed city and illustrated with striking woodcuts. Danny, new to town, is proud when a glittery-eyed tiger invites him for a ride. He climbs up onto the tiger’s massive back, and together they cruise the neighborhood. Everyone gives them respect—shopkeepers and passersby, even other kids. Danny feels powerful and much older than ten. Soon, though, he realizes it isn’t respect people feel for him and the tiger—it’s fear. And when he decides to get down off the tiger’s back, he discovers it’s a lot harder than climbing on. Whether the tiger is interpreted to represent gangs, drugs, or something else altogether, this poetically told, dramatically illustrated book is sure to provoke discussions about temp-tation, peer pressure, and conformity.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Riding The Tiger

Author : Wilfried Aulbur
ISBN : 9789385990502
Genre : Literary Collections
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How can one survive in a market which is volatile and uncertain? What strategies have worked and not worked in the past? What does it take to be successful in India? What are the successful strategies applied by the likes of HUL, Godrej, Adani Ports and redBus? So what does it take to Ride the Tiger? Sound flexible strategy, operational excellence and dedication to customer-centric innovation. But what does that really mean? How have successful Indian companies managed challenges in an extremely price-sensitive market? In this book, Wilfried Aulbur and Amit Kapoor look at successful, and sometimes not-so-successful, strategies, operations and innovations in India. They have distilled lessons from their decades of practical work experience in the country. From large family conglomerates like Tata and Godrej to newer additions like Adani, from MNCs like Maruti Suzuki to start-ups in Bangalore and Gurgaon—the book explores key learnings from all four kinds of companies in an Indian context and provides useful insights into how business is done in India.
Category: Literary Collections

Riding The Tiger

Author : Milena Banks
ISBN : 9781475956375
Genre : Fiction
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In the turbulent years of the late 1930's on the China Coast, Jack Morgan, a powerful American business tycoon, and Ana Vukovna, a sensual and deep Russian jazz singer, meet as strangers and part as lovers on the night Shanghai burns and falls to the Japanese. Together they escape to Hong Kong, but when they arrive Anna simply, vanishes. Besotted, Jack is determined to find her, but hides his anguish from his fiancée, Violet Summerhays, a beautiful but conniving Hong Kong socialite with a devastating secret of her own. As Violet begins her lavish wedding plans and Jack searches for Ana, the Japanese army advances and tragedy unfolds revealing a hidden world of murder and gun running, where dreams come at a steep price.--From back cover.
Category: Fiction

To Ride The Tiger

Author : Robert L. Parker
ISBN : 184963209X
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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A frightening, horrific and terrifyingly honest story about what it was really like to serve on the ground during the Vietnam Conflict, how it affected those who served and how easy it was for the American Government to disavow all knowledge of the men who served in its Special Forces.??All?of the stories, told?from a personal point of view,?tell?of how these men suffered, mostly in silence, from PTSD and how the medical establishment let them down, firstly by not acknowledging its existence until the 1970s and secondly by refusing to admit that combat veterans returning from Vietnam were suffering a form of this. ? Robert?Parker?also tells the real story of these Psychiatric Institutions that are supposed to help combat veterans returning from Vietnam deal with their problems,?but because many Veterans were misdiagnosed, often the problems were exacerbated.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Riding The Tiger

Author : Ole Nydahl
ISBN : UVA:X002529181
Genre : Religion
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In 1969 Ole and Hannah Nydahl became the first Western students of H.H. the Karmapa, the head of the Kagyu tradition of Yogis in Tibetan Buddhism. After their years of practice in the Himalayas, he authorized them to teach and start centers in his name. They have continued this work ever since. Riding the Tiger is the inside story of the development of Tibetan Buddhism in the West. In his refreshingly unsentimental style, Lama Ole shows all aspects of the work. With breathtaking intensity, he highlights both healthy and unhealthy tendencies in the light of the Buddha's ultimate aim: To bring about the fully developed beings whose every activity blesses the world.
Category: Religion

Ride The Wild Tiger

Author : Ruth Tearle
ISBN : 9781919833095
Genre : Change
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Category: Change

The Complete Taiji Dao

Author : Yun Zhang
ISBN : 9781583942277
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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"Introduces the principles and practice of Taiji Dao and provides illustrated discussions of the history of Chinese swords, with special emphasis on the history and features of the dao; the Taiji principles from which Taiji Dao practice derives; the basic skills and techniques of Taiji Dao; detailed descriptions and photographs of the traditional Taiji Dao form, including applications"--Provided by publisher.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Spell Of The Tiger

Author : Sy Montgomery
ISBN : 9781603581462
Genre : Nature
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From the author of The Soul of an Octopus and bestselling memoir The Good Good Pig, a book that earned Sy Montgomery her status as one of the most celebrated wildlife writers of our time, Spell of the Tiger brings readers to the Sundarbans, a vast tangle of mangrove swamp and tidal delta that lies between India and Bangladesh. It is the only spot on earth where tigers routinely eat people—swimming silently behind small boats at night to drag away fishermen, snatching honey collectors and woodcutters from the forest. But, unlike in other parts of Asia where tigers are rapidly being hunted to extinction, tigers in the Sundarbans are revered. With the skill of a naturalist and the spirit of a mystic, Montgomery reveals the delicate balance of Sundarbans life, explores the mix of worship and fear that offers tigers unique protection there, and unlocks some surprising answers about why people at risk of becoming prey might consider their predator a god.
Category: Nature