The Heart of Matter

Author: Evan Currie

Publisher: 47 North

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page: 620

View: 503

"Being the second voyage of the NACS odyssey."

A Heart's Odyssey

Author: Neil Macvicar

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Corfu Island (Greece)

Page: 157

View: 852

Odyssey to the Heart

Author: Thales Dafnis Panagides

Publisher:

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Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 120

View: 544

A life-transforming encounter with colorful characters on a train lead to a spiritual awakening. Odyssey to the heart is guide to finding inner peace. Short stories point to an inward journey towards the heart where lasting contentment resides.

The Odyssey of a Heart

Author: Mervin Wagler

Publisher: Xulon Press

ISBN:

Category: Religion

Page: 188

View: 253

Set within the conservative religious subculture of the Amish, "The Odyssey of a Heart" is a searing examination of the authors heart as he struggles with intense doubt and fear brought on by his own youthful insecurities. The work is a piercing call to defy the destructive tendencies that lie within and to live from a deep and full heart. (Motivation)

Odyssey of the Heart

Close Relationships in the 21st Century

Author: John H. Harvey

Publisher: Psychology Press

ISBN:

Category: Psychology

Page: 284

View: 903

Written in a personal, story-telling style, Odyssey weaves excerpts of actual relationships with current and classic research to provide a better perspective on our own experiences in light of the principles of relationships. Highlights of its comprehensive coverage include the classic research on personal attraction, dating and meeting others for closeness, and the maintenance and dissolution of relationships. "Recommendations for Growth" provides an opportunity for readers to directly apply current research and theory to their own relationships. Features new to this edition include the latest research and therapeutic techniques on maintaining and enhancing relationships; a new chapter on the family with recent demographic changes and a look at the ongoing debates about the impact of cohabitation, divorce, and blended families; and new chapters on same sex relationships and the dark side of relationships, including why women stay in abusive relationships. Odyssey of the Heart serves as a text for courses on close and/or interpersonal relationships. Its accessibility and inclusion of many actual experiences will engage the general reader.

Odyssey of the Heart

Paths to Wholeness Through Feng Shui

Author: Debbie Redfern

Publisher: Queen of Hearts Pub.

ISBN:

Category: Feng shui

Page: 155

View: 859

Bill Wyman's [blues Odyssey]

Author: Bill Wyman

Publisher: Dk Pub

ISBN:

Category: Music

Page: 400

View: 821

A history of the Blues genre and its celebrated musicians discusses how African-Americans expressed poverty, injustice, faith, and love in their music as they journeyed from southern plantations to northern cities.

An Odyssey of the Heart

A Return to the Place, Rhythm, and Time of the Imaginal Heart

Author: Denis H. Langhans

Publisher:

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Category: Epic poetry, Greek

Page: 516

View: 809

Odyssey of the Heart

Author: E. A. Stillwell

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page: 210

View: 670

She was returning to England to get married. He had come to Greece to start a new life. A chance encounter and an unintended figure of speech launches them on a nine day romantic journey. But the curve ball of life unintentionally opens doors to suppressed memories of their respective pasts. As their journey becomes a voyage into the unforeseen, Tricia Sherwood and Jeffrey Owen are compromised by plans already made and difficult to change.

The Particle Odyssey : A Journey to the Heart of the Matter

A Journey to the Heart of the Matter

Author: Frank Close

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN:

Category: Science

Page: 246

View: 333

The Particle Odyssey takes the reader on a spectacular illustrated journey to the heart of matter. In clear, non-technical language the authors describe the key experiments and fundamental discoveries which have led to our current understanding of the matter that makes up the universe and the forces that govern it. - ;During the 20th century, scientists discovered WHAT the Universe is made of; as the 21st century begins, they are preparing experiments to find out HOW it came to be like this. This great adventure, which will involve a metaphorical journey back in time to within a billionth of a second of the Big Bang, is the latest stage in the quest to understand the nature of the matter that makes our Universe and the forces that govern it. The Particle Odyssey takes the reader on a spectacularly illustrated journey to the heart of matter. In clear, non-technical language the authors describe the key experiments and fundamental discoveries which have led to our current understanding of the origins and nature of the material universe. There are individual 'portraits' of all the major subatomic particles, from the electron to the top quark. The authors describe the history of experimental particle physics: its origins in the discovery of X-rays in 1895; the dissection of the atom by Rutherford and others; the unexpected revelations of the cosmic rays; the explosion of new particles in the 1950s and 60s; the discovery of quarks and the rise of the 'standard model' in the last part of the 20th century. And they also look at the great challenges that face physicists today - where did antimatter go? what is dark matter? can there be a theory of everything? - and the experiments they are devising to explore them. The Particle Odyssey brings together and presents with style over 100 of the best images of particle 'events' - mysterious, abstract, often beautiful pictures of the tracks of subatomic particles as they speed, curve, dance, or explode through cloud and bubble chambers, stacks of photographic emulsion, and the giant multi-element detectors of modern experiments. Here are spiralling electrons, the tell-tale 'vees' of strange particles, matter and antimatter born from raw energy, energetic jets of particles spraying out from the decay points of quarks and gluons. A further 250 pictures, many taken specially for this book, illustrate the laboratories, experiments, and personalities of over a century of particle physics. -

Running for Life

The Odyssey of a Heart-attack Victim's Jogging Back to Health

Author: Hamilton Maule

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Exercise

Page: 215

View: 836

'Bear Up, My Heart!'

Endurance in Homer's Iliad and Odyssey

Author: Lucy M. Smith

Publisher:

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Category: Characters and characteristics in literature

Page: 322

View: 840

Running Scarred

The Odyssey of a Heart-attack Victim's Jogging Back to Health

Author: Hamilton Maule

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Exercise

Page: 215

View: 764

Heart Story

A Metamorphic Odyssey Into the Heart of Human Consciousness

Author: Gabriel Iqbal

Publisher:

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Category: Meditation

Page: 99

View: 458

Running for Life

The Odyssey of a Heart-attack Victim's Jogging Back to Health

Author: Hamilton Maule

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Exercise

Page: 215

View: 823

Romancing the East

A Literary Odyssey from the Heart of Darkness to the River Kwai

Author: Jerry Hopkins

Publisher: Tuttle Publishing

ISBN:

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 288

View: 328

Profiling individual, legendary authors, best-selling author Jerry Hopkins combines his research and his own experiences as a longtime expatriate with an intimate knowledge of Asia and offers us a unique perspective on the impact of Eastern culture in Western literature. From the time of Marco Polo's trek across the Central Asian desert to the empire of the mighty Kahn, no other place on earth, not the languid South Pacific or even deepest, darkest Africa has so challenged and enchanted the Western imagination as have the fabled lands of the East! However soaked in blood its history and no matter how unsettling its social conditions and poverty, Asia has never lost its irresistible attraction or mystic. It has long been an inspiration for Western novelists, so much so that more than 5000 novels have been set in Asia in the English language alone. Storied names like Rudyard Kipling, Joseph Conrad, Pearl S. Buck, George Orwell, Graham Greene, E.M. Forster and many more have used their experiences in Asia as a vibrant backdrop for some of the world's most famous works of literature.