Furious Love

worshipped as a sex goddess, loved for her earthiness and warmth. She was tall and regal where Elizabeth was short and flamboyant. Elizabeth had shown up in a cotton Tshirt and jeans that day (after traveling allnight), ...


Author: Sam Kashner

Publisher: JR Books Limited

ISBN: 9781907532566

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 512

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DIV A tough Welshman, he was softened by the affections of a breathtakingly beautiful woman: she was a modern-day Cleopatra madly in love with her own Mark Antony. For quarter of a century, Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton were the king and queen of Hollywood. Yet their two marriages to each other represented much more than outlandish romance. Together, Elizabeth and Richard were a fascinating embodiment of the mores and transgressions of their time and even luminaries like Jacqueline Kennedy looked to them as a barometer of the culture. The enduring glamour, grandeur, drama and bravado embodied in the couple gave rise to the type of rabid gossip and wide-eyed adoration that are the staples of todayÕs media. Using brand-new research and interviews Ð including unique access to Taylor herself, the Burton family, and TaylorÕs extensive personal correspondence Ð this ultimate celebrity biography is the gripping real-life story of a fairy-tale couple whose lives were even grander and more outrageous than the epic films they made. /div

Igniting Furious Love

Teachings From the Furious Love Event Darren Wilson. happen. Why? Because you and I are filled with His love. And His love wants to heal; His love wants to patch people in the deepest part of their spirit. His love wants to go deeper in ...


Author: Darren Wilson

Publisher: Destiny Image Publishers

ISBN: 9780768489019

Category: Religion

Page: 220

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Worldwide Fury! Up close and personal—these stories bring God’s supernatural love and protection closer to “real life” than you may have thought possible. Igniting Furious Love is an eclectic spiritual partnering of nine on-fire-for-God believers who “turn everything upside down in the church to be as unlike the world as absolutely possible.” Spanning the globe from Kosovo to Thailand, Russia, Mozambique, and inner-city USA, each writer has a unique story of their furious love for God as manifested in their lives. Through humorous stories, intelligent commentary, and real-life miracles and healings, the culmination of distinct voices and callings of these men and women range from witnessing a blood-drinking witch, confronting Buddhists with machetes, prostitution and gay bars—to lecturing at Cambridge University, experiencing victorious spiritual warfare, planting underground churches, and seeing people being raised from the dead. Exciting chapters and authors include: It’s All in the Delivery by Matteus Van Der Steen Called to Feed the Hungry by Heidi Baker Worldview Shakedown by Greg Boyd Raising the Dead by Rolland Baker I Will Get Him by Philip Mantofa Simply Love by Shampa Rice Witches, Babies, and Soldiers by Will Hart Stepping Stones by Angela Greenig Cradle to Coffin by Robby Dawkins Igniting Furious Love reveals God’s wildly soul-stirring plans for any who wants to know Him inside out.

Elizabeth Taylor Biography The Legendary Life of Liz Taylor Furious Love Affairs Relationships and More

Elizabeth Taylor Biography: The Legendary Life of Liz Taylor, Furious Love Affairs, Relationships and More Chris Dicker Published By Chris Dicker At Smashwords Copyright © 2018 Chris Dicker This publication is geared towards providing ...


Author: Chris Dicker

Publisher: Chris Dicker


Category: Performing Arts


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Elizabeth Taylor has been a well-known British-born American Actress in the early 20th century. She has been fascinated by Shirley Temple and just like her Elizabeth got involved in acting thanks to her parents at a very young age. Elizabeth inherited her zest for life from her mother, and her need to strive for perfection from her father. This would serve her well throughout the professional and personal life. In this biography, we'll explore into some detail all of Elizabeth Taylor's intimate relationships and how that affected her career as well. Elizabeth was quite diverse and very bias when it comes to marriages and personal relationships. She has changed seven husbands throughout her lifetime. What's the reason behind that and more in this biography. You'll also learn about her parents, childhood and what she have done to stand out from the crowd and become a successful Hollywood actress. What challenges Elizabeth Taylor went through and how that shaped her as a person? From her illnesses, weight issues, and battles against drug and alcohol, to her sexual exploits, diamond-studded adventures, and tumultuous love affairs, this is the enormously contradictory and glamorous life of Hollywood’s last great star. Grab your copy now!

The Furious Longing of God

For His love is never , never , never based on our performance , never conditioned by our moods — of elation or depression . The furious love of God knows no shadow of alteration or change . It is reliable . And always tender .


Author: Brennan Manning

Publisher: David C Cook

ISBN: 1434767507

Category: Religion

Page: 141

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The author of the bestselling "Ragamuffin Gospel" illumines the most powerfulforce in the universe--God's intense love for his children.

I Just Hope It s Lethal

I LIKE MY ANGER MY GROUCHY FURIOUS LOVE " by Ikkyū Translated by Stephen Berg I like my anger my grouchy furious love amazing how we say such nice things about the dead THE STRANGER by Charles Baudelaire Translated by Louise Varèse Tell ...


Author: Liz Rosenberg

Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

ISBN: 0618564527

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 190

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Provides a selection of poems from an array of celebrated authors, such as W.B. Yeats and Jane Kenyon, that capture the diverse drama, insanity, and high emotions of teenage existence.

Elegant Extracts

Their piebald mates enamour'd ; their red eyes If frolic now and playful they desert Flash fires impure ; nor rest nor food they take , Their gloomy cell , and on the verdant turf , Goaded by furious love . In separate cells With nerves ...


Author: Vicesimus Knox


ISBN: OXFORD:400246163

Category: English poetry

Page: 1008

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Perfect Love Too Good To Be True

One Sunday at Church I saw Papa's love for me. It looked like a raging fire, or as writer singer Rich Mullins describes it, “The reckless raging fury they call the love of God.”26 As I saw the furious love of God I realised that there ...


Author: Dan Robins

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9781471684456



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Family Vs Love

Furious. love. Avni too fell for him though she resisted her heart. Thus, she confessed her feelings before Nayan. On that very day, they promised not to live without each other and to face every situation together.



Publisher: Spectrum of Thoughts


Category: Fiction

Page: 211

View: 522

Family vs Love You can choose love and make it a happy Family or else you can make your families to be happy with love.It’s always you who is going to take decisions and make a right path for future.Don’t make decisions on temporary happiness always think of long term goals.At a point there might be important for you but after a while it may not so choose wisely on your circumstances. You need to accept the ugly truth and pretty lies.

Chesterton and the Romance of Orthodoxy

... I have done everything else. If I do that I shan't know the diVerence between right and wrong.' I rushed out without daring to pause; and as I passed the Wre I did not know whether it was hell or the furious love of God.


Author: William Oddie

Publisher: OUP Oxford

ISBN: 9780191564314

Category: Religion

Page: 412

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On the publication of Orthodoxy in 1908, Wilfrid Ward hailed G. K. Chesterton as a prophetic figure whose thought was to be classed with that Burke, Butler, Coleridge, and John Henry Newman. When Chesterton died in 1936, T. S. Eliot pronounced that 'Chesterton's social and economic ideas were the ideas for his time that were fundamentally Christian and Catholic'. But how did he come by these ideas? Eliot noted that he attached 'significance also to his development, to his beginnings as well as to his ends, and to the movement from one to the other'. It is on that development that this book is focused. Chesterton and the Romance of Orthodoxy is an exploration of G.K. Chesterton's imaginative and spiritual development, from his early childhood in the 1870s to his intellectual maturity in the first decade of the twentieth century. William Oddie draws extensively on Chesterton's unpublished letters and notebooks, his journalism, and his early classic writings, to reveal the writer in his own words. In the first major study of Chesterton to draw on this source material, Oddie charts the progression of Chesterton's ideas from his first story (composed at the age of three and dictated to his aunt Rose) to his apologetic masterpiece Orthodoxy, in which he openly established the intellectual foundations on which the prolific writing of his last three decades would build. Part One explores the years of Chesterton's obscurity; his childhood, his adolescence, his years as a student and a young adult. Part Two examines Chesterton's emergence on to the public stage, his success as one of the leading journalists of his day, and his growing renown as a man of letters. Written to engage all with an interest in Chesterton's life and times, Oddie's accessible style ably conveys the warmth and subtlety of thought that delighted the first readership of the enigmatic GKC.

Swoon Great Seducers and Why Women Love Them

188 “poetic love”: Quoted inMichael Munn, Richard Burton:Prince of Players (New York:Herman Graf Books/Skyhorse, 2008),74. 188 “I hadatried”:Quoted in ibid.,74. 188 “lyricism ofspirit”: Kashner and Schoenberger, Furious Love, 102.


Author: Betsy Prioleau

Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company

ISBN: 9780393089912

Category: Social Science

Page: 288

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"Lose yourself: Swoon has wicked fun answering that age-old query: What do women want?"—Chicago Tribune Contrary to popular myth and dogma, the men who consistently beguile women belie the familiar stereotypes: satanic rake, alpha stud, slick player, Mr. Nice, or big-money mogul. As Betsy Prioleau, author of Seductress, points out in this surprising, insightful study, legendary ladies’ men are a different, complex species altogether, often without looks or money. They fit no known template and possess a cache of powerful erotic secrets. With wit and erudition, Prioleau cuts through the cultural lore and reveals who these master lovers really are and the arts they practice to enswoon women. What she discovers is revolutionary. Using evidence from science, popular culture, fiction, anthropology, and history, and from interviews with colorful real-world ladykillers, Prioleau finds that great seducers share a constellation of unusual traits. While these men run the gamut, they radiate joie de vivre, intensity, and sex appeal; above all, they adore women. They listen, praise, amuse, and delight, and they know their way around the bedroom. And they’ve finessed the hardest part: locking in and revving desire. Women never tire of these fascinators and often, like Casanova’s conquests, remain besotted for life. Finally, Prioleau takes stock of the contemporary culture and asks: where are the Casanovas of today? After a critique of the twenty-first-century sexual malaise—the gulf between the sexes and women’s record discontent—she compellingly argues that society needs ladies’ men more than ever. Groundbreaking and provocative, Swoon is underpinned with sharp analysis, brilliant research, and served up with seductive verve.