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An Absent Mind

Author : Eric Rill
ISBN : 1477828540
Genre : Fiction
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Seventy-one, and a man used to controlling those around him, Saul struggles to make peace with his disconnected family before Alzheimer's consumes his sanity.

The Struggle Of An Absent Mind

Author : John Thomas
ISBN : 9781643507446
Genre : Poetry
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The Struggle of an Absent Mindis a unique poetry manuscript made up of spoken words, life, and inspiration. These poems go deep inside the mind of a poet’s experiences, imagination, life, and creativity.

Absent Minded Beggars

Author : William Bennett
ISBN : 9780850526851
Genre : History
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The British Army suffered one of its greatest crises when in December 1899 the Boer irregulars inflicted three reverses in South Africa in 'Black Week'. A nation grown accustomed to success was stunned. Part of the answer was a very British blend of patriotism and pragmatism. For the first time civilian volunteers and part-time soldiers were allowed to fight overseas to the horror of traditionalist professional soldiers. Yet, by the end of the Boer War, almost 90,000 men had volunteered to serve the Colours. Much of sporting high society joined the newly formed Imperial Yeomanry. The Volunteers sent infantrymen to serve alongside the regulars and the City of London financed the raising of the City Imperial Volunteers. Men also came forward from the colonies. This book tells the story of these volunteer units.

Absent Minded Imperialism

Author : Peter Riviere
ISBN : UTEXAS:059173001922649
Genre : History
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This book looks at the mainsprings of imperial expansion and illustrates the grain of truth in J.R. Seeley's famous phrase in The Expansion of England: 'We seem to have conquered and peopled half the world in a fit of absence of mind.' Peter Riviere gives a vivid account of how the British Empire at the zenith of its power was dragged reluctantly, and with little thought and no clear policy, into a minor border dispute with Brazil which was solved only after sending a boundary commission and an expeditionary force. Centred on the Indian village of Pirara on the border between northern Brazil and British Guiana, in a remote territory in the interior, the story of the Anglo-Brazilian border dispute reveals much about the varied and conflicting motivations of imperial expansion. Zealous Protestant and Catholic mission activity, attempts to end slavery, and the overwhelming motivation to establish links and to define and control imperial boundaries were key aspects of the dispute. This is a beautifully written and vivid anthropological and historical narrative, with acute analysis of imperial expansion, based upon extensive fieldwork and Foreign Office, Colonial Office and missionary society records.

The Great Secret Of Mind

Author : Tulku Pema Rigtsal
ISBN : 9780834829046
Genre : Religion
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Dzogchen (Great Perfection) goes to the heart of our experience by investigating the relationship between mind and world and uncovering the great secret of mind's luminous nature. Weaving in personal stories and everyday examples, Pema Rigtsal leads the reader to see that all phenomena are the spontaneous display of mind, a magical illusion, and yet there is something shining in the midst of experience that is naturally pure and spacious. Not recognizing this natural great perfection is the root cause of suffering and self-centered clinging. After introducing us to this liberating view, Pema Rigtsal explains how it is stabilized and sustained in effortless meditation: without modifying anything, whatever thoughts of happiness or sorrow arise simply dissolve by themselves into the spaciousness of pure presence. The book is divided into chapters on the view, meditation as the path, conduct, the attainment, and the four bardos. Each chapter consists of mini-sections that can be read as stand-alone Dharma talks. Pema Rigtsal has studied and lived with several authentic Dzogchen masters and has surprising stories to tell about their unconventional methods to introduce students to the subtle view of Dzogchen.

Absent Minded

Author : J. T. Reason
ISBN : UCSC:32106006601915
Genre : Absent-mindedness
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Absent Minded

Author : Clarence I. Freed
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The Life Of Thomas Eddy

Author : Samuel Lorenzo Knapp
ISBN : NYPL:33433082356720
Genre : Canals
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Attention Action Absent Minded Aberrations

Author : Petra L. Klumb
ISBN : MINN:31951P00356241C
Genre : Psychology
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Primer On Personality

Author : Marian Mission
ISBN : 9781462409297
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Why are we attracted to certain people and annoyed by others? Why is it so hard to live with other people? Why are certain people so challenging to work with? In Primer on Personality, author Marian Mission offers answers to these and other questions you may have about people in your life. This practical guide focuses on personality traits that drive our behavior – such as humour, sensitivity, curiosity, and many more – and presents them in a way that makes them interesting and understandable. Many personal stories accompany the definitions and descriptions of the traits. The author proposes that we can accept ourselves and others more easily with a clearer picture of individual makeup and interpersonal relations. Written from a Christian perspective, Primer on Personality presents a whole new perspective on personality and psychology.

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