The Sound of Life s Unspeakable Beauty

The message of this unique book is mirrored in sensitive photographs by Donata Wenders, whose work has appeared in prominent newspapers and magazines, including The New York Times, Rolling Stone, and Esquire, as well as museums and ...

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Author: Martin Schleske

Publisher: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing

ISBN: 9781467458641

Category: Religion

Page: 371

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“In the final analysis, music is prayer cast into sound.” One of the greatest luthiers of our time reveals the secrets of his profession—and how each phase of handcrafting a violin can point us toward our calling, our true selves, and the overwhelming power and gentleness of God’s love. Schleske explains that our world is flooded with metaphors, parables, and messages from God. But are we truly listening? Do we really see? Drawing upon Scripture, his life experiences, and his insights as a master violinmaker, Schleske challenges readers to understand the world, ourselves, and the Creator in fresh ways. The message of this unique book is mirrored in sensitive photographs by Donata Wenders, whose work has appeared in prominent newspapers and magazines, including The New York Times, Rolling Stone, and Esquire, as well as museums and galleries throughout the world.

The Far Off land

One listens now to the sensuous presence of the human voice, with its blood-
warmth and its lust for being; one hears the oily richness of ... of tonic and
dominant, suddenly commensurate with the Foundations of the Universe, burning
the soul with its unspeakable beauty? ... the majestic dance of life, swirling in a
boundless rhythm of creative activity, flowing endlessly into the forms of eternal
Harmony.

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Author: Eugene Seaich

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9781300444176

Category: Science

Page: 94

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"The Far-Off Land" philosophically evaluates the hallucinogenic drug-experience and intends to collect the perspectives of philosophy for better understanding of the human consciousness, improve the cure to mental illness

The Far Off Land

One listens now to the sensuous presence of the human voice, with its blood-
warmth and its lust for being; one hears the oily richness of ... of tonic and
dominant, suddenly commensurate with the Foundations of the Universe, burning
the soul with its unspeakable beauty. ... With mounting sublimity, the inner vision
beholds the majestic dance of life, swirling in a boundless rhythm of creative
activity, ...

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Author: Eric Hendrickson

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781477143964

Category: Education

Page: 94

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Provocative and Enlightening Book Dissects the Human Consciousness “The Far-Off Land” philosophically evaluates the hallucinogenic drug-experience and intends to collect the perspectives of philosophy for better understanding of the human consciousness, Eugene Seaich attempts to dissect the human consciousness to provoke and enlighten the readers’ mind in The Far-Off Land, a revealing book that presents a philosophical evaluation of the hallucinogenic drug-experience. This book is a cerebral piece of literature that attempts to discover the broader realities that lie behind psychogenic phenomena and seek a pattern that will explain the longing of human being for the Beyond, for the otherworldly substance of their intuition. Seaich will take readers on a trip through millennia, offer them glimpses of the forthcoming and explore deeper his own psyche—and experiences with LSD and mescaline—in order for them to discover a more profound and broader understanding of the mind and human consciousness. Guided by a cardinal principle, Seaich captures the philosophical prospects and covers a great background of other relevant fields of study that promote psychotropic knowledge to better understand human consciousness— and to ultimately improve humanity’s cure to mental illness and even solve life’s mysteries. Filled with tremendous meaning and insight, revelations and wisdom, historical facts and quotes from the world’s greatest minds and literature, The Far-Off Land is an intelligent and poetic prose that will inform readers about human consciousness and inspire them about life, including its complexities.

The Meaning of Life 2 More Lives More Meaning with Gay Byrne

20 Famous People Reflect on Life's Big Questions Gay Byrne. teetotal life made
him in any way boring or stay-athome. In fact ... of west Kerry should be recorded
and placed in a time capsule, or transmitted into the vast voids of space, as a
representation of what Ireland sounds like at its very best. ... It was unspeakably
beautiful and moving, without even a scintilla of sentimentality or wallowing
nostalgia.

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Author: Gay Byrne

Publisher: Gill & Macmillan Ltd

ISBN: 9780717164905

Category: Religion

Page: 288

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More big questions – and more interesting answers – from Gay Byrne’s hugely popular RTÉ TV show We all look for meaning in our lives and here twenty well-known public figures share what gives their lives meaning, prompting us to ponder the question ourselves and perhaps even find some answers. Following last year’s bestselling The Meaning of Life, Gay Byrne is back with more insightful discussions on the big themes that bind us all: childhood, love, faith, disbelief, morality, religion, grief. Based on his popular and long-running RTÉ TV show, The Meaning of Life 2 explores life’s big questions with an array of fascinating public figures, among them Ronan Keating, Micheál Ó Muircheartaigh, Ian Paisley and Imelda May. With Peter McVerry he ponders whether life is shaped by accidents or by the way people respond to accidents. Mary Robinson reveals the beliefs and values that fuel her formidable moral engine. Eamon Dunphy’s early experiences led him to believe that ‘everyone is magnificent in their own way’, and Edna O’Brien discusses her struggles with the Catholic Church after the infamous banning of The Country Girls. ’There are many pearls of wisdom to be harvested from the human oysters featured here who share with me the beliefs, values, thoughts and experiences that have shaped, or been shaped by, their lives.’ Gay Byrne The Meaning of Life 2: Table of Contents Preface by Gay Byrne Imelda May Peter McVerry Mary Robinson Brian Cody Ian Paisley J. P. Donleavy Emily O’Reilly John Lonergan Ronan Keating Maureen Gaffney Sean O’Sullivan Christina Noble Micheál Ó Muircheartaigh Fionnula Flanagan Colm Tóibín Mary Byrne Colm Wilkinson Celine Byrne Edna O’Brien Eamon Dunphy For each book sold, a donation will be made to The Peter McVerry Trust and The Christina Noble Children’s Foundation.

Eliza Cook s Journal

fruition of unspeakable beauty : continually to pour fresh streams of power, as if to
kindle all the universe with ineffable benediction, and to The child smiled ; oh! ...
the spirit of my dreams and reveries, now in the semblance of life's first dawn, but
holier than that has ever been before. ... a grim ghastly devil staring at me with his
blood-shot eyes, and the sound of clanking chains seemed ringing in the air.

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ISBN: UCAL:B2894555

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The Columbian Magazine

-e , 66 me as of a new and more perfect life ? ... -and ever as I sat did I hear , what
Audubon calls a delightful murmuring sound , " and ever did I see the humming -
bird sipping from the ... and perfectly - finished model of a cottage ornèe there ,
amid all was a collection of tame and unspeakably beautiful humming - birds !

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ISBN: PRNC:32101064172503

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Dead Mentors

I am a visitor of minute awareness amidst its solemn grace and unspeakable
beauty. To ponder, even ... It is there for the senses only, for the deep roots of
life's core to silence human triviality. There are ... Strange, that in such a pristine
place, I could hear the sound of tinkling glass and table conversation, but I did.
Maybe.

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Author: Sandra Nichols

Publisher: BalboaPress

ISBN: 9781452568454

Category: Fiction

Page: 268

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In 2005, John Burns, a clairvoyant therapist, provides a reading for a lonely South Florida healthcare manager named Sophia Deming. At fifty-four, Sophia is miserable with work, regret, and failed ambitions. She leaves the reading, disappointed with Burnss forecast and worries that the way to an authentic life is a hopeless dream. From the shores of his cottage on Prince Edward Island, Burns channels Sophia for a period of two years and tells the story of her existential quest. Sophias journey begins when she finds her dead mothers play, The Antiquity, in the family cottage in Peterborough, Ontario. Its main character, Russell Durnin, a biomedical scientist, finds the missing link to his research among the paranormal inhabitants of a futuristic prison. As an ambitious production of the performance develops in Toronto, Sophia encounters a series of misfortunes back home in Florida that mirror those of Durnin and that force her to confront her darkest fears. On opening night of the play, as her mothers portrait is unveiled upon the stage, Sophia discovers the secret of her emotional captivity.

The Maister

A Century of Tyneside Life : Being Some Account of the Life and Work and Times
of Thomas Haswell, who for Close on Fifty Years was Master ... bringing in its
dark wake a heroism that, in steadfast disregard of awful consequence and in
profound self- devotion, is unspeakably beautiful. Of the dire sounds that may
break upon the human ear none is more awful than that of a colliery explosion,
and when ...

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Author: G. H. Haswell

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015062743623

Category: Education

Page: 339

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One Hundred Best Sermons for Special Days and Occasions

I. There is beauty and sweetness about life's sunset that some do not observe .
No portion of the day is more ... The fervor of its shining is over , and the sun
hangs golden in the west , making everything look unspeakably beautiful . The
very atmosphere ... For some here curfew will soon sound . The fires of life will be
banked ...

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Author: Gerard Benjamin Fleet Hallock

Publisher:

ISBN: MINN:31951001869620A

Category: Church year sermons

Page: 529

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Ballou s Monthly Magazine

THE MUSIC OF LIFE . very and high position had sought their alliance , but all
such offers had been invariably declined . ... formed scene of indescribable
beauty , and upon which Then listen to its gentle song , That fain would welcome
back the sisters gazed with entrancing delight . The wanderer in sinful paths , But
suddenly , far off in the distance , a trumTo virtue's shining track . pet sounded
faintly , a ...

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ISBN: UOM:39015068391880

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The Ladies Garland

... or even Sweet memories of thee . the sweet sound of her voice . Thus situated ,
have I looked upon a beautiful bride , The bright rose when faded , being myself
apparently engaged with a Flings forth o'er its tomb book , and thus measurably ...

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ISBN: PRNC:32101012034714

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Grip

But they big lazy shirk ; jingle of their money and their sounding can laugh who
win , and before many weeks sleigh - bells ... raise enough to dollar turn away the
wrath of an impecuvious purchase one life - boat , with all modern equipAnd say ,
" I ... AND Only Democratic paper is and scowling at me and the dear chiidren ,
S. S. with , oh ! unspeakably beautiful things for down on the “ nomivative system
.

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ISBN: MINN:31951000734822K

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The Art of Redemption

And at the very end of the journey, there's nothing there, just an eternal silence
and a sense of indescribable beauty and awe. It sounds strange, eerie even, but
in fact, it's beautiful because once you go past all the various definitions of “you,”
you'll also leave ... recycling bucket; and suddenly in that lightness of being, you
remember who you are and what your life's mission is if you don't already know it.

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Author: Stuart Wilde

Publisher: Hay House, Inc

ISBN: 1401920519

Category: Self-Help

Page: 192

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For decades, modern seekers have experimented and studied with many diverse teachers and religions, but Stuart Wilde says in that toward the end of a long spiritual journey we all seek the same thing: redemption. None of us is perfect, and yet through embracing that imperfection and reconciling it, we become a complete being—encompassing both the light and the dark. As Stuart says: "Many mystics, holy people, and even the Hopi Indians have predicted a new age of enlightenment, and they are not wrong in my view. It has arrived, and with it has come a whole host of fascinating phenomena never seen before. We are stepping into a magical new era . . . the age of forgiveness." It is when the ivory tower of the ego’s ideas falls that we can then embrace a new humility, allowing us to become ever more genuine, compassionate, and real. In this fascinating book, Stuart makes the point that the process of redemption and forgiveness comes from incorporating the Three Graces in one’s heart: tenderness, generosity, and respect.

The Universalist and Ladies Repository

dome to the sky - here where Universalists , ( espe- her , the blessing of a quiet ,
beautiful , yet holy cially if they live in the ... low - roofed a school - houses , life's
earnest duties , and given us another evidence upon our green plains or
beautiful ... Blessed trust ! every want of our being tells a smile , and in a voice of
perfect confidence , she us , as well as the voice of ... Dren , at Norwich , Conn ,
on the 13th of July , causing them to “ rejoice with joy unspeakable Mrs. SARAH ,
wife of Mr.

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ISBN: NYPL:33433104852912

Category: Universalism

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The Ladies Repository

unknown, and half the efficiency is lost through lack of sympathy with that high
type of life which Christ has exalted forever ... the clock near the head of her bed,
and at the appointed time she found herself effectually aroused by the loud
rattling sound. ... our purest and most hallowed affections, our most beautiful and
blessed things—out of these shall come threads of ... as the frolic of lambs
become to some persons stimulants of evil and unspeakable thoughts, Beware of
those plays.

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ISBN: IND:32000000693152

Category: Methodist Episcopal Church

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The Peterson magazine

It wakens all the dreams " Whence the thrill , Of unsuspecting years ; The
indescribable electric thrill , And life's young rainbow ... beauty , sostly bright ; Or
sometimes when the trembling star of eve She soon after composed the following
poem ... From far And frees the tears that fall upon his breast A fearful rushing
sound .

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ISBN: NYPL:33433104199298

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The Churchman

Could thoughts of self be permitted to intrude themselves between ber and her
life's work? No I But how ... Never had that beautiful voice been so
unmanageable. It trembled ... now added an unspeakable content and happiness
to the present.

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ISBN: UOM:39015086589325

Category: Religion

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The Music Oh the Music

The Firebird dominated the fantasy of the unspeakable with her violin from Paris
to Rome to Vienna to Moscow and farther ... Music—the magical combination of
sounds, the unending music. She was intensely romantic, vaguely exotic, with
fine, firm features, but never, never beautiful. ... stilled the twitching genie
struggling to escape, with the indignation of someone personally insulted from
life's failure.

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Author: Francesca Noumoff

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781479706082

Category: Fiction

Page: 107

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This is the story in prose of the discarded. Those who have, after living their lives in its full richness, are treated as shivering ghosts, so lacking in self-awareness as to be truly tragic. As the eloquent conveyor of graciousness, the old woman beckoned me. Hers was the elegance, not as an ornament but as an essence, as she whispered in that wonderful soft voice that once silenced all, Come here . . . sit down. Who are you? How could she forget me? I am the history of sand, the weightless walk that comes from the wings of music. I am the witness who discovered her a decade ago after the Second World War. That unparalleled musical world which collapsed under the Nazi butchers, under Goethe, Schiller, and the final march of Wagner. Who am I? I too was music, I too had dreams, I too survived the unthinkable, born out of the Satanic tempest. I gazed at the old woman, not believing that her life could end like this.