Beyond the Silence

My Life, the World and Autism

Author: Tito Rajarshi Mukhopadhyay

Publisher: National Autistic Society

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Category: Autism

Page: 108

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Beyond The Silence

Author: Ted Allbeury

Publisher: Hachette UK

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Category: Fiction

Page: 272

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Lord Carling is one of the great and the good now, but once he was just George Carling, a privileged young idealist who wrote a letter to the Soviet Embassy to say how much he admired the way the Russians were resisting the Nazis. And later he was an intelligence officer for the SIS. A very good officer with very accurate information about the Soviet Union and a cordial relationship with the Americans. Now, the whisper has gone round that Carling's information was too good to be honest. That he was too close to Philby and the other legendary traitors of his era and that he might have been working for the wrong people. So SIS sends Tim Mathews to find out what Carling has to say about his past and his friends. Mathews is surprised when Carling talks candidly about how he found information, friendship and even love on the other side of the Berlin Wall in the days when the Cold War very nearly became World War III. Carling's real secrets are deeper and more astonishing. For he is the man who knows about Kim Philby's last great coup: the ultimate deception of the Cold War.

Autism:Beyond the Silence

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Publisher: Lichtenstein Creative Media

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Category: Autism

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A radio program discussing new developments and research in autism, with parents of autistic children and a professor who recovered from autism among the guests.

African Voices of the Atlantic Slave Trade

Beyond the Silence and the Shame

Author: Anne Caroline Bailey

Publisher: Beacon Press

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Category: History

Page: 289

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A different perspective on the slave trade focuses on the few stories that have been remembered in the Anlo Ewe community, residents of an area in southeastern Ghana once called the old Slave Coast.

Beyond the Silence

Author: Nan Umrigar

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Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 220

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In Beyond the Silence, Nan sheds more light on the Spiritual Master Meher Baba's ever-readiness to reach out in 'Silence' to each and every person who calls out to Him from the depths of their hearts. It draws one closer to the understanding of the real goal of human life by laying emphasis on the thread of Love, which not only seams the physical and the spirit worlds - but also brings all of us together as one big family... into the New Humanity. Beyond the Silence is the chronicle of Nan's generous willingness to help people who have been struck by tragedy and grief. She has done this by enabling them build a bridge across the two worlds - through the loving and caring messages of her son Karl who dwells in the spiritual realms. Nan has thus been a shining beacon to thousands of people who have, with the Master's Grace, and the caring intervention of Karl, found their own answers and way out of sorrow and pain. Beyond the Silence is her continuing account of people from all walks of life who are entering into His ever-growing, loving fold. She is the author of the best-selling book Sounds of Silence, and its sequel Listening to the Silence. About the Author At one time, Nan Umrigar had absolutely no inclinations towards spirituality. But all that changed with the untimely death of her son Karl, a champion jockey. During a long period of grieving, Nan, as fate would have it, met some people who communicated with their loved ones in the spirit world. Soon, she also started communicating with her lost son and began to receive 'messages' from him that would alter the course of her life forever. Initially, while she felt exhilarated, she could not help but question this phenomenon. Was she fantasizing, imagining things or just indulging in wishful thinking? Was there really a higher energy force- angels, guides, guardians and a God? As Nan delved deeper, building a bridge across two worlds, she decided to share her experience with others. This led her to writing a book in which she detailed how Karl showed her the way out of grief towards happiness, and how she came to believe in Meher Baba- her sons Spiritual Master. With her insights and her immovable faith, Nan has helped many people deal with the loss of their loved ones. "With Baba's help" she says, "many hearts have been healed." And, many lives have undergone a change for the better.

Beyond the Silence

A Refutation of the Traditional Interpretation of Murasaki in The Tale of Genji

Author: Takako Shigehisa

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Page: 162

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Behind the Silence

Chinese Voices on Abortion

Author: Jing-Bao Nie

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

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Category: Social Science

Page: 294

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Behind the Silence is the first in-depth work in any language to explore the diverse perspectives of mainland Chinese regarding induced abortion and fetal life in the context of the world's most ambitious and intrusive family planning program. Through his investigation of public silence, official standpoints, forgotten controversies from the imperial era, popular opinions, women's personal stories, doctors' narratives, and the problem of coerced abortion, Nie Jing-Bao brings to light a surprising range of beliefs concerning fetal life and the morality of abortion, yet finds overall an acceptance of national population policies. China's internal plurality, the author argues, must be taken seriously if the West is to open a fruitful cross-cultural dialogue. Visit our website for sample chapters!

Beyond the Silence

Author: Tracie Peterson

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Category: California

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When Lillian Porter travels west to work as a nanny, the rumors that her new boss had a hand in his wife's death seem to be at odds with the man she comes to know, so when a housekeeper on the estate is assaulted, Lillian hopes to prove her employer's innocence.

Men of Courage

God’s Call to Move Beyond the Silence of Adam

Author: Larry Crabb

Publisher: Zondervan

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Category: Religion

Page: 224

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Men today have locked horns with their toughest issue: reclaiming the full potential of manhood. Bestselling author Dr. Larry Crabb asks, What gives manhood definition and meaning? In this updated and expanded edition of The Silence of Adam, Crabb and his colleagues, biblical scholar Don Hudson and counselor Al Andrews, offer a fresh look at how God designed men. The book deals thoughtfully and honestly with men's ongoing struggles and exposes the difficulties they have in relationships. It presents the rich calling men have to reveal God in ways uniquely masculine. And it summons them beyond their paralyzing fear of failure to bold risk-taking, courageous action, deep spirituality, and full-hearted living. This new edition includes: Epilogue from Dr. Larry Crabb Study Guide (Individual or Group Format Use)