Released on 2007-03-01Categories Poetry

Windows of My Soul

Windows of My Soul

Author: Aj Nair

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9781430319672

Category: Poetry

Page: 50

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This is a collection of Poems which popped within me during my days of lonely ruminations. These are windows through which you can peep within me, my soul, my heart and listen to my deep murmurs and tap dance to the beat that allays basic human fears that grows within us all. Enjoy the rhythms that personify me...
Released on 2011-11-14Categories Poetry

The Windows to My Soul

The Windows to My Soul

Author: Barbara Collins

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 9781467868174

Category: Poetry

Page: 154

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THE WINDOWS OF MY SOUL I want my poetry too be understood And appreciate but first an far more To know that it is God who give me the Talent And to him go all the Glory an Honor An Praise Because I am no body Special Just God faithful An Loving Servant Each day of my life I Seek God Whatever I want I Ask God Whatever I receive I Thank God When I am In Trouble I trust God If sickness occur I Believe God At All Times I Love God I hope my poems Bring Joy an Solitude A Spiritual awakening in your life May you find peace in one or 2 of them
Released on 2019-03-31Categories Biography & Autobiography

The Window of My Soul, a Journey of Hope

The Window of My Soul, a Journey of Hope

Author: April Lynn Nix

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781796024685

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 78

View: 320

As a young girl, I sat by my bedroom window dreaming about what my life would be, hoping for a better destiny, but not being able to see out because of the chaos within. Growing up facing trails after trails, I learned the power of faith. In my journey, I was able to see through the eyes of God and overcome obstacles, and I never gave up. Th rough my book, Th e Window of My Soul, a Journey of Hope, it is my heart’s desire to inspire and empower you to live your best life now and to help you break barriers that have been holding you hostage and keeping you from making your dreams a reality. All things are possible if you believe!
Released on 2013-10-29Categories Poetry

Window to My Soul

Window to My Soul

Author: Carolyn G. Furio

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781493114696

Category: Poetry

Page: 112

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Window To My Soul is a compilation of unpublished poems written by Carolyn G. Furio, a creative writer and poet who shared her writings with her friends, family, neighbors, and community with every opportunity provided. The author was a native of Salem County New Jersey where she spent her entire life until her death in 2012. Carolyn wrote poetry since her early childhood and enjoyed using the medium to deal with life experiences. The poems in this book capture an array of topics, from nature, seasons and holidays, everyday life, and dealing with the powerful emotions of love and loss, failing health and the anticipation of death. An astute observer of life, her greatest joy was enabling others to cope with life-altering events and to recall special moments through her poetry. Other publications by the author include Shards of Life (1990), The Heart Can Be Like Winter (1991), Indian Giver (1992), Old Barns and Old Dogs (1994), and Just Touch Me (2000).
Released on 2011-01-04Categories Religion

Windows of the Soul

Windows of the Soul

Author: Ken Gire

Publisher: Zondervan

ISBN: 9780310864790

Category: Religion

Page: 197

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Praise for Windows of the SoulEvery once in a while a book comes along that makes you stop and think—and then think some more—like Ken Gire’s wonderful book Windows of the Soul.—John Trent in Christian Parenting TodayKen Gire has created a book that gently pours forth, like water out of a garden bucket, cleansing our thoughts and opening the petals of our spirits, providing us with a new sense of clarity in our search for God. —Manhattan (KS) MercuryEach word, each phrase, is painstakingly wrought, loaded with thoughts and prayer, and filled with new glimpses of God’s love, grace, and strength. —The Christian AdvocateWindows of the Soul will surprise you with the many and varied windows God uses to speak to us. With the heart of an artist, Ken Gire paints word pictures in prose and poetry that will thrill your heart.—Mature LivingWindows of the Soul is a rare book, resounding with the cry for communion that is both ours and God’s. With passion, honesty, and beauty, Ken Gire calls us to a fresh sensitivity to God’s voice speaking through the unexpected parables that surround us.—Christian Courier
Released on 2006-03Categories Art

Windows Into the Soul

Windows Into the Soul

Author: Michael Sullivan

Publisher: Church Publishing, Inc.

ISBN: 0819221279

Category: Art

Page: 116

View: 657

The act of creating art can help people explore the deepest recesses of their hearts and change their lives. Sullivan discovered the power of art for himself and has been using simple art projects as a form of prayer and a way of helping others explore what God may be saying to them.
Released on 2017-05-24Categories Poetry

My Journey

My Journey

Author: Naomi Tammi Palmer

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9781326994631

Category: Poetry

Page: 72

View: 729

This is a revised version of my first publication from 2009. This represents the start of my journey. A collection of my poetry from the age of 10 years. I lost so many of my poems along my journey, I am happy to be able to share these ones that are remaining. I am working on 2 more books, In this revised version I have added some insights into my 2nd and 3rd book at the end. This one contains Poems of Woes, Hardship, Love and many more experiences. My Spiritual Journey and the Wisdom I learned along the way. Journey with me, and may you find some upliftment and inspiration. We often start out our journey on a survival story, This book is a testament that all is meant in order to shape our destiny to a successful outcome. Thank you for purchasing my book, I hope you enjoy. Peace, Love and Light to All in All Oneness. BeINenerGy: )
Released on 2019-07-16Categories History

The Apology the United States Owes the Vietnam Veterans

The Apology the United States Owes the Vietnam Veterans

Author: Raymond C. Christian

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 9781728319315

Category: History

Page: 374

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The hottest war zone this country has ever been in was being fought by eighteen- and nineteen-year boys, you can call them men if you want. Since I was once a soldier and later an officer, I must point out the facts of being a teenager and being a man. Most of them enlisted and many were drafted to go fight the war in Vietnam. While the United States of America was being defended planes began to return to the states loaded down with the bodies of these young eighteen and nineteen-year-old soldiers in body bags. If you are not knowledgeable about the Institute of Medicine (IOM). You would think it is the Veterans Administration (VA) fault why the Vietnam Veterans have not gotten their benefits. I would advise you to continue reading. Then I want you to ask the question why nongovernmental researchers are being hired to do the research on “Agent Orange?” I also want you to know the Institute of Medicine (IOM) is no longer under the same name. They have the same function but a new name called the Health & Medicine Division which is also nongovernmental. As concerned citizens we must ask the question of why nongovernmental agencies are being allowed to research “Agent Orange?” I am certain the results will not shock you as to why the VA is not able to advance the Vietnam Veterans benefits because they are receiving their reports from the (HMD) stating there is no correlation with “Agent Orange” to the sickness the Vietnam Veterans have. The VA gets these reports every two years. Another well kept secret is the number of agents used in Vietnam. While many of you think there was just “Agent Orange.” My research shows it was a total of six different agents used.
Released on 2016-05-12Categories Fiction

Eight Windows

Eight Windows

Author: Joseph A. Koncelik

Publisher: Dorrance Publishing

ISBN: 9781480966536

Category: Fiction

Page: 448

View: 961

Eight Windows By Joseph A. Koncelik Eight Windows is a fictional story spanning 100 years. The author grew up on the south shore of Long Island and has roots in the Czech community, the Episcopal Church and the life on Great South Bay from which this story is drawn. At one time, this place was the location of numerous estates built by New York City’s blue bloods – including private churches that reflected their wealth and life style. The tale begins with the creation of eight Tiffany windows for a church built on an estate in 1912 overlooking Great South Bay in the Town of Oakdale. This fictional estate is called Kairos by a turn-of-the-century Wall Street tycoon, Cedric Vandercamp. The story flexes from the present day to flashbacks in time during the creation of the windows by a talented young priest, Julius Cherveny, and the wife of Vandercamp, Eleanor Bouffort Vandercamp, but removed from the church and hidden by Eleanor’s abusive and jealous husband. Those precious and priceless windows are rediscovered in 2012 and stolen in an elaborate plot by a murdering thief named Karl Banecek, an accomplice, Emil Joaquim Darktow, and his cohorts called Saligia. A mysterious priest with secret connections to the crime enlists the aid of a female private detective, one Daisy Patience Fleabane Reidlos. She is charged with uncovering the plot, catching the murderer of a church sexton who protected the windows and retrieving them. Greed is the common theme spanning the 20th century; one of the seven deadly sins. Those sins are represented by members of Saligia. They are opposed with righteous force by the presence of a church vestry made up of seven heavenly virtues. Woven into the story is the ill-fated love affair of two star-crossed lovers who design the windows; the resurgence of the Kairos estate, first as a destination wedding location by the nefarious antagonists, and eventually as a mission-based rehabilitation center when the estate is recovered for the Episcopal Church. That weaving of this story also includes an unusual connection between a clever private detective and a powerful Mafioso don. The reader will find authenticity in the story through its connection to a time, place and the personalities of people who contribute to the broad diversity of Long Island. The author has provided illustrations of the windows as well as more than 20 other drawings to illuminate the tale.