I Am Here Now

"Rife with teen-appealing domestic and relationship drama...Heartbreakingly rendered.” –Horn Book, starred review Set in the 1960s, Barbara Bottner's I Am Here Now is a beautiful novel in verse about one artist’s coming of age.

I Am Here Now

Set in the 1960s, Barbara Bottner's I Am Here Now is a beautiful novel in verse about one artist’s coming of age. It’s a heartbreaking, powerful and inspiring depiction of what it's like to shatter your life—and piece it all back together. You can’t trust Life to give you decent parents, or beautiful eyes, a fine French accent or an outstanding flair for fashion. No, Life does what it wants. It’s sneaky as a thief. Maisie's first day of High school should be exciting, but all she wants is to escape. Her world is lonely and chaotic, with an abusive mother and a father who’s rarely there to help. So when Maisie, who finds refuge in her art, meets the spirited Rachel and her mother, a painter, she catches a glimpse of a very different world—one full of life, creativity, and love—and latches on. But as she discovers her strengths through Rachel’s family, Maisie, increasingly desperate, finds herself risking new friendships, and the very future she's searching for. An Imprint Book

I Am Here Now

I Am Here Now inspires readers to explore the world with greater curiosity and find moments of mindfulness in everyday life, while unleashing your creativity along the way.

I Am Here Now

Mindfulness is the simple and powerful practice of training your attention. It's simple in that it's just about paying attention to what's happening here and now, and powerful because it can keep you from getting lost in thoughts about the future or past, which often generate more stress on top of the real pressures of everyday life. While learning to live in the moment, the joyful mindfulness exercises, meditations, coloring pages, and habit-breakers in this beautifully designed and illustrated book will challenge your powers of observation, investigation, and cultivation while bringing new awareness to your senses, thoughts, and emotions. I Am Here Now inspires readers to explore the world with greater curiosity and find moments of mindfulness in everyday life, while unleashing your creativity along the way.

Be Here Now

For me, this story is but a vehicle for sharing with you the true message. . . the living faith in what is possible."—from Be Here Now In 1970, Ram Dass' Be Here Now became the counter-culture bible for thousands of young people seeking ...

Be Here Now

"Now, though I am a beginner on the path, I have returned to the West for a time to work out karma or unfulfilled commitment. Part of this commitment is to share what I have learned with those of you who are on a similar journey. One can share a message through telling 'our-story' as I have just done, or through the teaching methods of yoga, or singing, or making love. Each of us finds his unique vehicle for sharing with others his bit of wisdom. For me, this story is but a vehicle for sharing with you the true message. . . the living faith in what is possible."—from Be Here Now In 1970, Ram Dass' Be Here Now became the counter-culture bible for thousands of young people seeking enlightenment in the midst of the darkness of Vietnam. It was a pioneering bridge, written in colloquial language, from the psychedelic 60s to eastern spirituality, and over the years has sold and continues to sell more than two million copies. Now in an e-book edition, Ram Dass' message is brought to life for a new generation of seekers. This will be a beautiful digital edition of this classic and enlightening book.

I Am Here Now

Ideal to nurture your mindfulness, self-motivation and gratitude Perfect to write notes, thoughts, lists, ideas or reflections Perfect size to carry easily in a purse or a bag for work, home, school or any place on the go Can also be the ...

I Am Here Now

Ideal to nurture your mindfulness, self-motivation and gratitude Perfect to write notes, thoughts, lists, ideas or reflections Perfect size to carry easily in a purse or a bag for work, home, school or any place on the go Can also be the perfect gift for a mom, sister, daughter, coworker, aunt, wife or teacher

Listen Here Now

Listen, Here, Now! is the first book to explore the intense, internationally significant developments in Argentine art of the 1960s through English translations of the original documents of the time.

Listen  Here  Now

Listen, Here, Now! is the first book to explore the intense, internationally significant developments in Argentine art of the 1960s through English translations of the original documents of the time. An anthology of invaluable primary source material on the development of performance art, media art, and political art in Argentina, it includes key essays by two of the most brilliant Argentine art critics of the period, Jorge Romero Brest and Oscar Masotta, and many texts by artists: manifestos, letters, lectures, and project notes. Well-known Latin American scholars contribute chapter introductions, setting the ideas and arguments of these documents in context for foreign audiences. A comprehensive biographical and bibliographical appendix completes the book. Listen, Here, Now! was edited by Ines Katzenstein and, in part, by Andrea Giunta. It includes essays by Marcelo E. Pacheco, Ana Longoni, Mariano Mestman, and Oscar Teran. The book is the second in a series of anthologies published by The Museum of Modern Art, collecting primary documents of art and art criticism from around the world.

I Am Here Now Notebook

This journal with 6 x 9 (letter size) and 120 ruled pages awaits your writing pleasure.

I Am Here Now Notebook

This journal with 6 x 9 (letter size) and 120 ruled pages awaits your writing pleasure. You can use it to record your hopes and dreams, express your gratitude, to keep a bucket list, as a daily diary, or to jot down your "To-Do" lists. The possibilities are endless and the choice is all yours. Enjoy

Here Now Next

You are too learned, too clever for me. I am a very simple person who can't think
abstractly. You accuse me of thinking “theoretically at least that (my) revolution is
over.” What revolution? If you do as I have done, stood 72 HERE NOW NEXT.

Here Now Next

Paul Goodman left his mark in a number of fields: he went from being known as a social critic and philosopher of the New Left to poet and literary critic to author of influential works on education (Compulsory Mis-education) and community planning (Communitas). Perhaps his most significant achievement was in his contribution to the founding and theoretical portion of the classic text Gestalt Therapy (with F. S. Perls and R. E. Hefferline, 1951), still regarded as the cornerstone of Gestalt practice. Taylor Stoher's Here Now Next is the first scholarly account of the origins of Gestalt therapy, told from the point of view of its chief theoretician by a man who knew him well. Stoehr describes both Goodman's role in establishing the principal ideas of the Gestalt movement and the ways in which his practice as a therapist changed him, ultimately leading to a new vocation as the "socio-therapist" of the body politic. He places Goodman in the midst of his world, showing how his personal and public life - including his political activities in the 1960s - were transformed by Gestalt ideas, and he presents revealing sketches of other major figures from those days - Fritz Perls, Wilhelm Reich, A. S. Neill, and others.

Here Now Always

And " They won ' t forget we ' ve been here in a hurry ! " you said . For over a year
we swam and boxed and I lapped up a stream of stories about the fastest
puncher in the West — stories I retold at school with relish , growing tough in the
 ...

Here  Now  Always


Tea Here Now

Tea Here Now

Tea Here Now demonstrates how tea and the simple act of preparing a cup of tea can give drinkers a taste of enlightenment. Written for the average person who wishes to infuse accessible, uncomplicated spirituality and mindfulness into his or her tea drinking, the book explores the health benefits, spiritual practices, and lifestyle-enhancing properties associated with the world's major blends, in the process creating a practical guidebook for the "tea lifestyle." Topics include the little-known history and mythology of tea, health benefits, information on tea blends, tips and techniques for brewing the best cup, spiritual and meditation practices that complement and enhance tea drinking, practical ideas for carrying the spirit of tea into all aspects of one’s life (relationships, business, mental health, etc.), old and new rituals to bring meaning and enjoyment to tea drinking, food pairings for tea, and inspirational quotes.

Here Now Forever

We haven't been given any explanations yet, other than 'gethere now your
mother is in bad shape', so I try to prepare myself for whatever may come of this.
The room is lit only by the small light above Amy's bed. There is a cot next to her,
that ...

Here  Now   Forever

Ysabeau & Kaede are finally happy. Their life is fulfilling & wonderfully amazing. A child born to them has completely transformed these two youngsters & made Kaede realize that life with Ysabeau or their son would be meaningless. Family drama & an old friend bring trouble for both Kaede & Ysabeau. How do these two survive trying to balance marriage, their careers & drama? Stress & tension run rife within their inner circles but what does all this mean for the young Spencer family? Kaede & Ysabeau will both learn that marriage is hard work but family is even harder work!!

Tiffany Sly Lives Here Now

“I’ve got seven days to come clean to my new dad.

Tiffany Sly Lives Here Now

“I’ve got seven days to come clean to my new dad. Seven days to tell the truth…” For sixteen-year-old Tiffany Sly, life hasn’t been safe or normal for a while. Losing her mom to cancer has her a little bit traumatized and now she has to leave her hometown of Chicago to live with the biological dad she’s never known. Anthony Stone is a rich man with four other daughters—and rules for every second of the day. Tiffany tries to make the best of things, but she doesn’t fit into her new luxurious, but super-strict, home—or get along with her standoffish sister London. The only thing that makes her new life even remotely bearable is the strange boy across the street. Marcus McKinney has had his own experiences with death, and the unexpected friendship that blossoms between them is the only thing that makes her feel grounded. But Tiffany has a secret. Another man claims he’s Tiffany’s real dad—and she has only seven days before he shows up to demand a paternity test and the truth comes out. With her life about to fall apart all over again, Tiffany finds herself discovering unexpected truths about her father, her mother and herself, and realizing that maybe family is in the bonds you make—and that life means sometimes taking risks.

Theory of Language

7.0 The here-now-I system of subjective orientation Let two perpendicularly
intersecting lines on the paper suggest a coor- [102] dinate system to us, 0 for the
origin, the coordinate source: My claim is that if this arrangement is to represent
the ...

Theory of Language

Karl Buhler (1879-1963) was one of the leading theoreticians of language of the twentieth century. This is an English translation of Buhler's theory that begins with a survey on 'Buhler's legacy' for modern linguistics (Werner Abraham), followed by the Theory of Language, and finally with a special 'Postscript: Twenty-five Years Later !'

God Is Not Here Today I Am

They just hollered and screamed. One of them said, who could have done this!
Look at him! Where is his face! Very strange to me the writer. His face was there
but now it's gone. As you look down at him, you can see nothing but a black hole.

God Is Not Here Today  I Am

To all my viewers and readers If you thought the movie Silent House, The Unborn, Woman in Black and Drag Me to Hell was scary, My movie "God is Not Here today, I am, your Souls are Mine" is better than any of them. Movie theater written. Special thanks to my typist who typed this, Tamika Avery. Elveraia Wanamaker, I Love You Mother.

Spread the word

[04.10.2012 19:57:07] Me: Yes, I am [04.10.2012 19:58:22] She: aww.. i am
happy you are here now to have a chat with me ... Well, like i wrote to you earlier .
. my name is Rosina and what about you? [04.10.2012 19:58:38] Me: My name is
 ...

Spread the word

The author tells his story which happened from October 2012 till February 2013. He is online on Skype and meets the woman of his dreams. Both feel immediately a deep connection (soul mates), and share the same belief as Christians. They are chatting and mailing daily, and after some weeks of falling in love she asks him for some help and support, and in full belief and blind in love he almost sacrifices his life. How he survives, how their relationship changes, and how his belief in God helps him through; that's what the story is about.

Making Sense Making Worlds

I must know what it means to say here and now. I am conscious of being here,
now; therefore I am.4 I do not wish to suggest that I had utterly no sense of self
before I knew what it meant to say I, or here and now. From a very early age,
infants ...

Making Sense  Making Worlds

Nicholas Onuf is a leading scholar in international relations and introduced constructivism to international relations, coining the term constructivism in his book World of Our Making (1989). He was featured as one of twelve scholars featured in Iver B. Neumann and Ole Wæver, eds., The Future of International Relations: Masters in the Making? (1996); and featured in Martin Griffiths, Steven C. Roach and M. Scott Solomon, Fifty Key Thinkers in International Relations, 2nd ed. (2009). This powerful collection of essays clarifies Onuf’s approach to international relations and makes a decisive contribution to the debates in IR concerning theory. It embeds the theoretical project in the wider horizon of how we understand ourselves and the world. Onuf updates earlier themes and his general constructivist approach, and develops some newer lines of research, such as the work on metaphors and the re-grounding in much more Aristotle than before. A complement to the author’s groundbreaking book of 1989, World of Our Making, this tightly argued book draws extensively from philosophy and social theory to advance constructivism in International Relations. Making Sense, Making Worlds will be vital reading for students and scholars of international relations, international relations theory, social theory and law.

Here Today Zen Poetry

This too could be a synonym for God. So now we know each other a little more.
And if you look up from this page and think, “This nut's a bit like me,” Dear sir or
madam as the case may be, Believe me, I am. Entire of Itself A woman is an
island ...

Here Today  Zen Poetry

This collection of unconventional Zen poetry by Ken Noyle reflects the free-spirit of Zen. Here is poetry as mod as flower children and hippies; a Warhol happening or sitar music. Ken Noyle is a "personal" poet who immediately demands his reader to be with him or agin him as he ruminates on many things he thinks are important. Those things include sex and marriage and God and nature and war and the position of the individual in relation to each. Ponderous? No. Rather, outrageous, iconoclastic, irreverent in a "let's look- at-this-together-and-see-what-we make-of-it vein." Noyle's amazing range between delicate sensitivity and outright earthiness reflects his study of Zen from which he has carried off a disarming sense of reality. To read and enjoy Ken Noyle is to learn a little more about one's self. What more can a poet hope for?

Here Today Gone to Maui

“He's not mysterious,” I said. “He just doesn't like to get his picture taken. Anyway,
I just wanted to check in, see if anyone needed me.” “Things are pretty quiet here,
” she said. “But there's a woman who's been calling for you, says she knows ...

Here Today  Gone to Maui

From the author of the "delightful"( Booklist) Getting Warmer, a comedy about what happens when the best lei'd plans go awry. When Jane Shea's boyfriend, Jimmy, invites her to spend a week at a swanky resort in Maui, she's thrilled-of course-but nervous, too. She worries about missing their flight. She worries about losing her luggage. It never even occurs to her that she might misplace Jimmy. But paradise has a way of attracting trouble, and Jane hasn't even managed to learn the hula or paddle under a waterfall before Jimmy disappears. When the police suggest that Jimmy has drowned, Jane thinks things can't get any worse-but her troubles have just begun. This is one vacation the guidebooks never prepared her for.

Instructions to Enumerators for Special Censuses

A. VISITOR. SUMMARY TABLE Enumerate I. Usually live here-No living quarters
elsewhere ' Here now Yes Temporarily absent on vacation, on business, in
hospital, on the road in connection with job (bus drivers, traveling salesmen) Yes
11.

Instructions to Enumerators for Special Censuses


Only My Rain Can Stop My Drought

I am here now Not here for long So love me Love me now Before I leave Before
it's my turn To walk through the gates of þearl Hold me now While I am here
While you can touch and feel me While you can see and kiss me While I am only
three ...

Only My Rain Can Stop My Drought

Only my Rain Can Stop my Drought, is about love that floating Jasmines veins for others but the love wasnt returned. When love isnt returned, after a while someone can become dry, not bitter, but dry; thirsty for love, for someone to see them. During her drought, she knew she had to cry, she knew it hurt and she had to breakdown before she can heal properly. Jasmine finally cried, which allowed her drought to fade away. As she got stronger, her drought died. The inside poems are the journey, she traveled to unleash the pain she held in for years, the loneliness she felt, in order to heal. Only my Rain Can Stop my Drought, is her journey and she welcomes you in..

Luggage

Streets filled with yellow taxis, policemen on horses, absurd that only here it is
possible. I feel like I am dreaming. I am looking at people ... Here right now, I can
be free; I don't have to hide anything. That lack of criticism is a weird feeling, but ...

Luggage

"I moved to USA from Poland. I was 22 years old then. I thought it will be so amazing, just like I always thought my life would be. My dream of going to the incredible paradise that USA stands for many, was coming true. So happy, so excited, so fearless. Soon, my "color glasses" felt off and the real, very brutal life has started. Life to survive! My life went from wealthy to poor; from having lots of friends to feeling alone and forgotten; from not worried about food to that excruciating pain in my stomach caused by hunger. Never thought I will have to worry about being homeless but my destiny had different plans for me. I went from being loved, cared to that pain of being abused physically, broken down mentally. I learned the definition of true, deep, incredible love filled with passion, butterflies, happiness. I had the privilege to experience the pain of a broken heart; where my soul had been ripped out of me without any warnings. I went from somebody to nobody, from being smart collage girl to confused, lost little child. Luck of English knowledge, total culture shock and pure fear have welcomed me at the airport, where emotional roller coaster has become my every day companion. My road of life has been very hard, filled with rocks but I am still heading forward, dragging my luggage behind. Luggage filled with my life, life of a Polish immigrant." www.facebook.com/taneyalyn