All the Rivers Run into the Sea

After all, Steve was a really good-looking guy. We wanted him to be the hero.
Something bigger than either of them seemed to be the cause. But, what? Maybe,
there were some things in life we were not supposed to understand. It was the
kind ...

All the Rivers Run into the Sea

Karens love of the water started as a child, when her family visited Lake Itascathe very beginning of the Mississippi River. As a child, she understood that we come from God, and we return to God much like a river and its source. With all its twists and turns, a river is fascinating yet unpredictable, like life. From the book: We all meet someone in life who affects us for the rest of our life whether we want them to or not. For me, it was Bill; then it was Martin; then it was Dan; and then it was ____. You see how it goes. We find ourselves longing for someone or something that is not. Is it because we do not know how to love? Karens story may cause you to reconsider what love really is. Ecclesiastes 1:7 All the rivers run into the sea, yet the sea is not full; unto the place from whence the rivers come, thither they return again.

All the Rivers Run

Philadelphia Gordon is an artist, a riverboat skipper and a beautiful, independent woman.

All the Rivers Run

Philadelphia Gordon is an artist, a riverboat skipper and a beautiful, independent woman. Orphaned by a shipwreck, Philadelphia grows up on the banks of her beloved Murray River in Australia with her kindly uncle and strict aunt, seemingly destined for a conventional life. But then tragedy changes everything, and leads her to a successful career as a painter, and then to a meeting with the dashing captain of the paddle-steamer which bears her name.

All the Rivers

All the Rivers

Originally published in Hebrew as Gader ohayah (Tel Aviv: Am oved, 2014).

The Rivers Ran East

"From now on, senor, in all these rivers, you will find headhunters — put out your
fires at night; anchor in deep water when you sleep." I carried our two bags and
sack of food down to the dugout which the patrdne had furnished according to
our ...

The Rivers Ran East

" ... Post-World War II account of Leonard Clark's search for the legendary Seven Cities of Cibola"--Page 4 of cover.

Where The Rivers Run Deep

She believed that God created all things—the birds, trees, rivers and all the
beautiful things on earth. She believed that he had to be someone bigger than
mankind, and that he deserved praise and respect. Sabbath school was like a
form of ...

Where The Rivers Run Deep

.................. AND IN THE FACE OF ALL DISENCHANTMENT AND BROKEN DREAMS SHE MUST PREVAIL. In the quest for a career, a good life but more importantly to protect her own children from the trickery of life itself ; One full of disappointments and psychological trauma and one that could mirror hers, she vows to provide for them in every way and to help them achieve their own potentials. She must conquer all adversities on her journey but fears of the unknown and what lies ahead has driven her to the point of obsession, until the only person she now fears is herself. Beaten and bruised, penniless, homeless and at times feeling worthless she must persevere, face each new day with a smile although she is screaming on the inside and is almost ... almost, just thoughts away from giving up. But she is determined to put up a fight; one that will see her through and even when she is knocked down, when the pain seems unbearable, when there are no more tears left, she must go on. She would not be defeated, gathering strength from her passion and ambition and from the prayers of her dear mother; she gets up after each knock back, dust herself off, stand tall and is ready to take on next challenge or obstacle SURE to come her way. The Victoria Regia Lily is the national Flower of Guyana.

The Lady of the Rivers

All day more and more men come hobbling into the city, looking for food, looking
for someone to strap their wounds. I wrap myself in my cape and get my horse
from the stables and ride, in the opposite direction to all the others of the royal ...

The Lady of the Rivers

When the death of Joan of Arc shows her the dangers faced by strong women, Jacquetta, a psychic descendant of a river goddess, studies alchemy and becomes the secret wife of Richard Woodville before returning to the court of Henry VI.

Dancing with the River

Of water in all its forms, rivers have probably been the most loved by humans. As
the ancient Egyptians intuitively realized, water flowing in the rivers is one of the
most powerful and awe—inspiring of all natural forces, and we are dependent ...

Dancing with the River

With this book Kuntala Lahiri-Dutt and Gopa Samanta offer an intimate glimpse into the microcosmic world of “hybrid landscapes.” Focusing on chars—the part-land, part-water, low-lying sandy masses that exist within the riverbeds in the floodplains of lower Bengal—the authors show how, both as real-life examples and as metaphors, chars straddle the conventional categories of land and water, and how people who live on them fluctuate between legitimacy and illegitimacy. The result, a study of human habitation in the nebulous space between land and water, charts a new way of thinking about land, people, and people's ways of life.

The River Basin in History and Law

They are known to have existed on the Seine in Gaul, on the Ebro and
Guadalquivir in Spain, and on the Tiber and Lakes Como and Garda in Italy:
practically all the important river cities of the Roman Empire are believed to have
been thus ...

The River Basin in History and Law

Fresh water is one of man's most vital needs. The distribution of water within river basins has a direct bearing on the organization of water resources development to meet this ever-expanding need. River basins, despite their very great diversity in other respects, have one physical characteristic in common: each is a more or less self-contained unit within whose bounds all the surface and part or all of the ground waters form an interconnected, interdependent system. This inter dependence has such far-reaching implications - for pollution and flood control, apportionment of supply, relations between upstream and downstream riparians, to mention only a few examples - that the river basin has become almost universally accepted (within the past 20 or 30 years at least) as the unit of optimal water resources de velopment. Professor Teclaff's work (which was originally submitted to the New York University School of Law as a doctoral dissertation) is the first fully developed response to the important resolution passed by the International Law Association at its New York meeting in I958 recognizing the legal nature of the international river basin. His study quite properly, therefore, poses the question whether the adoption of the river basin unit is a temporary phenomenon, reflecting the current stage of technology and of administrative, economic, and legal thought on water resources development, or whether the de terminative influence of the river basin's physical unity which has always operated in the past will continue to operate in the future.

An Exposition of All the Books of the Old and New Testaments

18. so that, in smiting the river, they were warned of the destruction of all the
produćtions of their country, till it came at ... But there, the sea, as well as the
rivers and fountains of water, is turned into blood; for spiritual judgments reach
further, ...

An Exposition of All the Books of the Old and New Testaments


Dear Canada Where the River Takes Me

In essence, they had ownership of all the land drained by all the rivers flowing
into Hudson Bay — an amazing forty percent of modern Canada, stretching from
what is now Quebec, to Alberta, north into today's North West Territories and
south ...

Dear Canada  Where the River Takes Me

A young girl living at three Hudson's Bay Company posts yearns for more adventure and freedom than the rules of mid-1800s HBC society allow. Motherless for years, and now orphaned when a hunting accident takes her father's life, Jenna Sinclair is in the care of her prim Aunt Grace, who always finds fault with Jenna's high spirits and tendency to break rules. Jenna finds kindred spirits in her Grandmother, one of the Home Guard Cree who lives near Fort Edmonton, and with her friend Suzanne. But even then, Jenna is still eager to have more freedom, and daydreams of finding Adventure with a capital A. Opportunity knocks after Jenna moves southwest with her newly-married aunt to Fort Colvile, and begs her aunt to let her attend a ""real"" school at Fort Victoria on Vancouver's Island. With a small brigade, she begins a sometimes harrowing journey down rivers and over mountains to her new life. But the teachers at the new school are even more strict than her aunt, and she can't find a friend as likeable as Suzanne. Ever restless, Jenna wants the kind of excitement worthy of being included in a Novel. By sneaking outside the fort walls, spying on the Company officers, even visiting the forbidden Songhees village, she sometimes finds more than she bargained for. As Jenna faithfully records her observations of the world around her - bringing the reader ""inside the walls"" of three very different HBC posts - she makes surprising discoveries about herself, and about Heroes, Villains and the places where Adventure can truly be found."