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The Coming of Messiah in Glory and Majesty

By: Juan Josafat Ben Ezra

...nother provision of a positive kind, which answers to the second question that might be started froth the premises: viz. And what is to become of th... ...certainly the labourer was not disappointed of his hire. I prevented the dawning of the morning, and I envied the setting in of the shades of evenin... ...ery afternoon by the side of the river near the town. On the 17th of June, 1801, in the morning, he was found dead by the river side, where probably... ...d of prophecy, as unto a light shining in a dark place, until the day dawn, and the day-star arise on their hearts:” and he brings them a second blow... ...to rule the night, as well a greater light to rule the day. The watchman telleth of the morning, but also of the night. “Watchman, what of the night?... ... infidelity or by intellectual demonstration, which is the egg of infidelity, that they start when you say that Christ will appear again in personal ... ...nted oft-times to the soul, for the same end of teaching her to have all her armour and weapons in use. But if you do not present the resurrection fr... ... not present the resurrection from the dead at Christ’s coming, you do not give her the weapon with which that strongest assault of the enemy is to ... ...y are the traitors to the cause of God, who venture into the field of battle withouut a weapon, or think to cast out Beelzebub by Beelzebub. I do not...

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The Natural State, In the Words of U.G. Krishnamurti

By: U.G. Krishnamurti, Edited by Peter Maverick

...of U.G.’s conversations, taken from many sources, offers some of the most startling and penetrating of U.G.’s words in short, easy to read paragraphs... ... right way, inspired by the Theosophists and the whole lot. And so, every morning those fellows would come and read the Upanishads, Panchadasi, Nysh... ...my real search began. All my religious background was there in me. Then I started exploring. For some years I studied psychology and also philosophy... ... all the modern sciences, everything. The whole area of human knowledge I started exploring on my own. Before my forty-ninth year I had so many po... ...ur hours at night no matter what time I go to bed then I lie in bed until morning fully awake. I don't know what is lying there in the bed. I don't ... ...call my own. Anybody can come at any time. I just see them and say, “Good morning, what can I do for you?” That's all I can do. I have nothing to giv... ...nd the problem of possibly destroying ourselves with the most destructive weapons that we have invented. So, there is no way out. You may say that I ... ... be dislodged, what they would do is anybody's guess. All the destructive weapons that we have today are here only to protect that monopoly. But I... ... But I am sure that the day has come for people to realize that all the weapons that we have built so far are redundant and that they cannot be us...

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New Life Incognita

By: Gracie C. Mckeever

...should have listened and gotten out of the life sooner, when Nev had first started warning him about the dangers. But now it was too late, Kelly thoug... ...dn't be— "No Ben." Amire shook her head, adamant as she pulled from Ben to stare at the lifeless body sprawled across the bottom of the concrete steps... ...waited. She glanced in his direction as if she sensed him nearby, but only stared through him. "He's not dead, Ben. I know he's not." Word Ben. Listen... ...like a thousand pounds weighing down his skinny, seven-year-old limbs. One morning, he awoke and found himself, in his cast, stretched across a chair ... ...re you so nervous? You've been jumping around like a shell-shocked vet all morning." "I have not!" Tyler smiled, lowered his arms to rest them on the ... ... evening. But grammy would defend him with an "If it don't kill him in the morning, it ain't gonna kill him at night." "You sure you're not going to h... ...bullet-for-good-measure into Ben's heart. "You're crazy!" Edge trained his weapon at Amire's head and she squeezed her eyes shut, crying as she buried... ...no. Stop it!" Kelly grabbed his arm. He turned to her but didn't lower his weapon. "Please, Edge. You don't have to do this. This is between you and m...

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Signature for Sunshine

By: Christine Jones

...ke me for, stupid?” Bill smiled. The warm, summer night sky was a blaze of stars and the moon shone in its fullness. Bill liked this time of year; he... ...was no stranger to a paintbrush or hard work, she was just itching to get started; presuming all that stood in her way was male incompetence. The wo... ...ut up with his granddaughter’s nonsense. 11 CHAPTER 2 Chris had spent the morning ignoring Bill, having only spoken to him when necessary. Unconcern... ...ering she was hunched with a shovel in hand. “Bill?” Rick hadn’t meant to startle the person, who lost their balance in their zeal to see who’d spok... ... in Rick’s expression, presuming she had won the first round of the day. “Morning.” Chris smiled politely, noting the man’s raised brow as she conti... ... four times with the intentions of telling him so and using the kiss as a weapon against him. Circumstances wiped the events from her mind, now, she... ...Paul more than anything was would Sir Rick remember what he’d said in the morning. Sandy’s anger was evident towards her husband, who had sat silentl... ...Arnold Schwarzenegger chasing him all over the country with an arsenal of weapons. Telling himself he was just being stupid, he tried to focus on wh... ...cked up the gold pen protruding from her shirt pocket. “Concealing deadly weapons ha?” Rick smiled, not the only one now resting on an elbow. “Ah, i...

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Listen with Your Heart

By: Barbara Scott

... “It wasn’t his fault, Mr. Faraday.” Her voice came out so strangled, it startled her and must have surprised Faraday as well. He stared at his ... ...ismissed?” she asked, forgetting her desolate act too quickly. She saw the start of a smile tickle at the corners of Daniel Connolly’s sternly-set m... ...organ snatched the envelope from the mirror and crushed it in her hand. She stared at her fist for a moment as the applause quieted, and in the expe... ...iel Connolly, was found wandering the burned-out streets in a daze the next morning. He was taken to a Chicago hospital where he is being treated fo... ...t Helene Bennett who reigned as queen there, bringing Daniel his tea in the morning, kissing him goodnight. But it was so long ago now, when she’... ...must see it in the empty eyes Daniel himself had to face in the mirror each morning. But they made the mistake of bringing their wives last evening... ...sounding not a bit of it, with her lips clenched around a row of her deadly weapons. “I pricked you again, yeah? Not used to finding skin where Mrs... ...townhouse burglary. “Now, if we go at this with words instead of fists and weapons, we may be able to get to the bottom of it without further casua...

...Morgan Gable first falls for Daniel Connolly, a popular Irish tenor, when she hears him sing. Starstruck, she is consumed by thoughts of love with the handsome troubadour. Real life intrudes and Morgan must put aside her own dreams for awhile. Five years later, she and her troubadour meet again, AND fate hands her the...

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When Serpents Die

By: Gerrie Ferris

...ture will bring — but I’d appreciate it if you would just forget you were here this morning unless you’re called upon to do otherwise.” Hiram can... ...is chest, Royce watched McGivern hurry out. The personable salesman would add this morning’s anecdote to his repertoire of far-fetched tales told ov... ...n called out, “Farewell, mat,” and launched herself into a powerful butterfly kick, startling Brewster. Laura Kate grinned. “Clauds, get your bod... ...s been threatening for years.” Gerrie Ferris 8 “Did he say anything before he started shooting?” In that instant she became a reporter again, ... ... going to sign the deed in front of her, but then when she got there, he yelled and started shooting.” “Were they back together?” “He wasn’t... ... he said he wanted me to come to his office on Monday, first thing. That’s tomorrow morning. He wouldn’t say why.” “In light of what’s happened,... ...t shifting to her left leg as her right leg went forward and stiffened. “I have no weapon.” “Identify yourself.” She waited while he circled...

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Chicago Manual of Style

By: University of Chicago

...cien- tific (Latin) names of species; and in astronomical matter, names of stars or constellations: Felis leo, Rosa Carolina; Saturn, Cassiofieia. ... ...iping women are happy." "Of these four, two Ameri- cans and one Englishman, started; " and: "Of these, four- two Americans and two Englishrnenstarte... ...hese discoveries-gunpowder, printing-press, compass, and telescope-were the weapons before which the old science trembled;" "But here we are trenchi... ...e of civic heroism."-Thirty Years, I, 379. The green grass is growing, The morning wind is in it, 'Tis a tune worth the knowing, Though it change ... ...dining-hall, sleeping-room, dwelling-place, printing-office, walking-stick, starting-point, stepping-stone, stumbling-block, working-man; the puttin...

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The Public Domain : Enclosing the Commons of the Mind

By: James Boyle

...AM Page xvi 1 Why Intellectual Property? ___-1 ___0 ___ 1 Imagine yourself starting a society from scratch. Perhaps you fought a revolution, or perh... ...t to market” with an innovation provides the innovator with enough of a head start on the competition to support the innovation. 2 Fourth, while some ... ...r to economics or information theory. But none of those would be as useful a starting place as a letter that was written about two hundred years ago, ... ...ny. After all, the government makes the description of how to make a nuclear weapon classified information. That is clearly “speech,” but its regula- t... ...petitors. Bob Young of Red Hat claims “every business person wakes up in the morning and says ‘how can I become a monopolist?’” Beyond that, though, T... ...musicians on the jukeboxes and then I would go to revival meetings on Sunday morning. So I would get both sides of music. A Chapter 6 130 -1 ___ 0 ___... ...oney when he is in need, is a “kind of friend indeed,” even saves her “early morning loving” just for him (and it is tender loving at that). In the th...

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Information Technology Tales

By: Brad Bradford

...g the Foreword and Epilogue, would be to read it backward, to jump to the start of the Epilogue. This is because my own perspective on the history... ...d of publishing words—and I would work back from there, because I like to start with a foundation I understand and know from my own personal experie... ...ons of history he has pulled out from shadows of the past. Mr. Bradford starts with the oldest possible perspective of the word and proceeds throu... ... their protection, the Lollards had to go even deeper into hiding. The “Morning Star” of the Reformation In 1428, the pope ordered Wycliffe‘s re... ...ce behind the first translation of the Bible into English, he became the ―Morning Star‖ of the Reformation. Martyrs‘ blood christened newer tran... ... media—certain that ENIAC had blundered—censored that accurate call until morning vote totals had confirmed it. 1960s  Integrated circuits replac... ...stors share the knowledge needed to control fire and master the tools and weapons that let our species dominate this planet. Then:  Writing s...

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And Gulliver Returns Book VI : Our Psychological Motivations

By: Lemuel Gulliver XVI

... 5 Meeting Dr. Chan —―Good mornin... ... 7 learn and how we perceive things that I don‘t want to confuse you. I could probably start ... ...y be the same as for mentally healthy people, they just behave anti-socially. We‘ll come back to this kind of behavior later. ―So let‘s start ... ...e go to heaven or hell? Do we experience nearly endless reincarnations? Do we become the revered ancestors of our progeny? Does that afterlife start ... ...es are, and whether we have made our life choices for growth, as Maslow suggested—rather than from fear? What did you do the first thing this mornin... ...reakfast? Did you get up and study? Why? How much time did you spend choosing your clothes and brushing your hair? ―The way you act -- mornin... ...d violence sure sells in films, on TV and in computer games. Have we always been so violent or are the media pushing us that way? Or is it the weapon... ...ith our family and neighbors. But that is not enough today. The Internet, cell phones, television, CNN, a globalized economy, the existence of weapon... ...nald Reagan lied about trading arms for hostages, Lyndon Johnson lied about the Gulf of Tonkin and George W. Bush lied about Saddam Hussein‘s weapon...

...2 4 WAR OR PACIFISM 152 THERE ARE NO ANSWERS 153 THINKING EFFECTIVELY155 HOW DO WE KNOW WHAT WE THINK WE KNOW? 155 EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE 159 THEORY AS A START TO SCIENTIFIC INQUIRY 162 HISTORICAL EVIDENCE 163 EVOLUTION 171 ACCEPTING OUR KNOWLEDGE FROM AUTHORITY 176 PERSONAL EXPERIENCE 181 FAITH 182 REASON 184 BUT WE ARE PSYCHOLOGICAL BEINGS 185 THE PROCESS OF REASONING 185 OP...

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