Can't. See. It. What. do we mean when we say “I can say it”? This is the natural saying. I can repeat the words but I don't know their meaning. This not only happens with God but it also happens with us as people.
Author: William E. Dodson
Publisher: WestBow Press
This book will open a new world of baptism. This book shows many ways where baptize is used in scripture and that water is not always the object of application. What does it mean to baptize according to scripture? It reveals the hidden mysteries of the word baptize throughout many scriptures. Baptism is used without the mentioning of the word baptize. That is the MYSTERY, that only God himself can reveal to you because only he can see it.
We are Buddha - nature itself , if I can say this in such a way . ... Being this wisdom that you are , you can see the emptiness of all the five conditions , you can see the boundlessness of the ongoing change that you are , and thus ...
Author: Elihu Genmyo Smith
Publisher: Shambhala Publications
These days, when Zen has become a kind of shorthand for anything that’s enigmatic or aesthetically spare, it’s refreshing be reminded that Zen is at heart a practice for waking up from the dream we inhabit—in order to free ourselves from the suffering the dream imposes on us. Elihu Genmyo Smith’s eminently practical Zen teaching never loses sight of that central concern: Whether it takes the form of zazen (meditation), koan work, or just eating your breakfast, the aim of Zen practice is always nothing other than intimacy with ourselves and everything around us.
... something like people often do when it is like this: they can see someone for a short time they can say something to this someone during this time they can't say something to this someone after this [C] HOW I WANT TO SAY IT I say it ...
Author: Gian Marco Farese
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
This book presents a contrastive analysis of various forms of address used in English and Italian from a cultural semantics perspective. The analysis investigates the different cultural values underlying address practices in English and Italian and emphasizes the risks of miscommunication caused by differences in intercultural interactions.
SAY IT: How ludicrous it would be if a Sgt. had an awesome plan in his mind. ... wife and family are to know the plan of God for their lives, the direction at a given cross roads, you must SAY IT, but of course only if you can SEE IT!
Author: David Johnson
Publisher: Christian Faith Publishing, Inc.
Category: Family & Relationships
When the first man Adam heard the voice of God walking through the Garden of Eden, he hid himself. The Bible says that he hid himself because he was naked. To uncover a good application, let's examine the word naked. May I suggest that he hid himself because he was unprepared, misinformed, or simply not ready? He was perhaps (as are many men today) not in place nor proper form. He was not dressed. He was not adorned with a sense of power or purpose. He had no strength or motivation! Perhaps he was in a position of authority, but powerless to perform the expectations and duties of the position he held. He was supposed to make things better, but he made a mess of almost everything he touched, because he did not understand his purpose! He did not understand his relationship to what he touched, nor did he understand himself. Adam hid himself then, as many men hid themselves today. Adam was not functioning according to his created purpose. What was his created purpose and why did he cover himself with fig leaves? I will answer the question of his created purpose directly in chapter 3 of this book. For now, let's talk about the fig leaves. Today's man covers himself with fig leaves called crime; theft, murder, rape, and domestic violence to name a few. They end up incarcerated, imprisoned, and extricated from the place of purpose! Today's man hides from child support or they hide themselves from the child and family altogether! Some become career criminals, effectively wasting their lives away. All too often, men seem to seek and discover ways to be absent. When he does not fix the problem, the problem fixes him. What he will not control begins to control him. What he refuses to master now masters him, and thus begins the societal reality and the sad plight of fatherless young men. Women are left alone to rear and train and to raise them! God asked the question, "Adam, where art thou?" So with the same intention of calling men out of obscurity and into accountability and presence, I now also ask, "Men, where are you?"
“There is. Why can't I say it back to you? You've been so amazing and wonderful and ... You deserve someone who can say it back to you.” “Megan, sweetheart, I know you feel it. I don't care if you ever say it back to me. I can see it in ...
Author: Marie Force
Publisher: Hachette UK
Meet the charming Abbott family of Green Mountain in this heartwarming and sexy collection by New York Times bestseller Marie Force. Can he convince the woman of his dreams that his love is for keeps? Find out in AND I LOVE YOU . . . As the chief financial officer of the family firm, Hunter Abbott prides himself on his ability to fix things for the people he loves. But one thing he can't fix is his undeniable attraction to Megan Kane - and he's prepared to do whatever it takes to show Megan that he's the man for her. Megan's world is rocked by the news that she'll soon be alone and out of a job when her beloved sister moves overseas. She finds herself leaning on the sexy, buttoned-up accountant who isn't afraid to lay it all on the line for her. But Megan has watched too many people she loves leave her. If she risks her heart with Hunter, will he keep it safe? Can her love heal his broken heart? Find out in IT'S LOVE, ONLY LOVE . . . Ella Abbott has long been secretly in love with Gavin Guthrie. She sees that he's in a bad place and that he believes he has nothing to offer her. But one unforgettable kiss gives Ella hope. It's been seven years since Gavin lost his brother. He thought he had his grief under control, until recent painful reminders of his loss sent him spiralling. Gavin knows it wouldn't be fair to drag Ella into his darkness, but being around her soothes his aching heart. And if they can fight his demons together, maybe a future filled with love is possible after all. What's the best distraction from a broken leg? Find out in AIN'T SHE SWEET . . . Charlotte 'Charley' Abbott lives life on her own terms and, after a painful betrayal, she won't risk her heart again. So a leg injury that puts a temporary stop to her independence is a catastrophe. Especially when it means being looked after by Tyler Westcott. Charley's always claimed not to be interested in Tyler, but he sees past her prickly veneer to the real woman beneath. With a little help from Tyler, and some well-meaning meddling from her loyal siblings, can Charley be persuaded to take a leap into the unknown - and open herself to love? ***And I Love You is published in the USA as And I Love Her*** ***It's Love, Only Love is published in the USA as It's Only Love*** For more spellbinding Green Mountain romance, check out the whole series: Your Love Is All I Need, Let Me Hold Your Hand, I Saw You Standing There, And I Love You, You'll Be Mine, It's Love, Only Love and Ain't She Sweet.
i mean i could have tried to translate i could have supposed she had a body dialect or a body language of some ... saying is true or not depends on whether im right and i have no assurance of that all i can say is that i can see how she ...
Author: David Antin
Publisher: UNM Press
Poet, performance artist, and critic David Antin invented the “talk poem.” He insists that his poems be oral and created in front of a live audience, in a specific time and place, with the transcription of the performance adjusted for print by presenting it not in prose but in clumps of words without justified margins or punctuation, peppered with white spaces that indicate pauses. In this book, editor Stephen Fredman provides a critical introduction to a selection of talk poems from three out-of-print collections, accompanied by a new interview with the author. As Fredman points out, Antin’s work is a form of conceptual writing that has influenced generations of experimental poets and prose writers. His profound and humorous talk poems are essential for classroom and scholarly discussions of the arts in modernism and postmodernism—offering as well an invitation to strengthen the ties between the sciences and the humanities.
Release on 1979 | by United States. Congress. House. Committee on Armed Services
All I'm saying is that I believe there's a balance we have to keep here . I can see some reason for thinking that inflation might be as low as we say it is . I've lived with it too long and seen so much of it - I think all of us have to ...
Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Armed Services
Release on 1955 | by United States. Congress. House. Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries
No , we say the forwarders would say that they would give the carrier no further traffic of a particular concern or ... secondly , to see that those organizations would be able to function when peace came upon the world once more .
Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries
All I can say to you on that is , let's wait and see . Q. You were on the record , I think , in The Washington Post the other day , saying that Prime Minister Begin agreed to postpone the move indefinitely .
Category: United States
The official monthly record of United States foreign policy.
He intended to say, “I can land her on anything I can see, Captain.” But he didn't say it. He was watching the screen. ... Then one of the junior physicists cried: “But it can't be—no creature could possibly live on a planet like that.
Author: John Glasby
Publisher: Hachette UK
The crew of the interstellar exploration ship Ultima Thule is menaced by a brain-eating alien.
I could have just threatened to tell, it probably would have worked. But I didn't. And the more I think about it, ... In the back of my head I feel like maybe I know the answer, but I can't say it. Evan will think I'm a freak, ...
Release on 1987 | by United States. Congress. House. Committee on Ways and Means. Subcommittee on Health
But is there a practical limit ? I can see it in , say , psychiatry , where generally you can only charge so much an hour , and you have got to be there because the patients will know whether you are there , or not . And you can say it ...
Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Ways and Means. Subcommittee on Health
"Yes, doctor, where did he came from?--the window, I suppose--the same way he went out, I dare say--it's most likely. ... "Yes; one would think," said Jack, "there was more in it than we can see--that it is worth more than we can ...
Author: Thomas Preskett Prest
An often confusing book to follow, the story of Varney nonetheless had a lot of influence on modern vampire fiction. Driven by the need for blood and for monetary gains, Varney loathes the situation he is in and over the course of the novel he is seen as a character of sympathy. Eventually Varney has to make a decision as to whether to live with his condition or make a more drastic decision.
I'm starting to see that if I look at a tree, flower or the human body without the mind's interference, I can see the incredible artist, ... As you expand and see yourself in everything and in everyone, you can say it and feel it.
Author: Gabriela J. Garbacz
Publisher: Balboa Press
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
In 2012, Gabriela Garbacz’s life changed forever. While participating in a meditation webcast, she felt a strong presence in the room. Garbacz began asking questions of the presence who identified herself as Akazamira, a star being. Garbacz learned that she had been chosen to communicate a message of love and guide others to live consciously. And so began her regular conversations with Star Beings, Ascended Masters, and Archangels recorded over a period of time. In the first collection of these enlightening conversations, Garbacz reveals the fascinating details of her talks with beings such as, Kwan Yin, Jesus, Merlin, Isis, and Lakshmi, who ultimately transmit light and information intended to be shared with all on Earth. Speaking from a broader perspective, they encourage us to apply soul wisdom to our everyday lives. Through tangible energy encoded in the text, Garbacz offers simple messages intended to help us gain a better understanding of who we are and acquire powerful insights into how to transform through love and forgiveness.
“Then all I can say is thank you for being so understanding.” And then the tricky part, but he thought he needed to say it. “And if you wouldn't mind, I think it would look best if we acknowledged each other should we meet.
Author: Adella J. Harris
Publisher: Adella J. Harris
Gerald Wilkins was content with his life at number 18 Campion Square, until his sister, worried that he’d be lonely when she married, found them a most unsuitable lodger. Gerald didn’t think it could get any worse, until his sister ran off with the lodger. Hugh Dewitt was used to getting his brother out of trouble. This time should have been no different. His already-married brother had run off with a woman of some means, intending to swindle her no doubt. But this time there was a brother, a brother Hugh would very much like to know better. a gay - M/M romance set in Regency England approx 71,000 words print version 282 pages
Although we cannot say whether we have heard anything, we could say, 'It has an effect upon me—not on my counter transference—and I think I have had a respect for the silence of ... Anybody can see it's an autistic child,' Full stop.
Author: Wilfred R. Bion
These lectures, delivered in Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro during 1973 and 1974, reveal Bion in his most vital and challenging mode both in respect of the material he presents, and in his responses to the questions from his audience.
“I can say I like it here cos, since I live in Brighton, I have my status. I can go wherever I want to. I can have access to the doctors. A lot of civility. But maybe if I didn't have my status, I would say Brighton is no good because I ...
Author: Stephen Silverwood
Publisher: Refugee Radio
Category: Social Science
How does it feel to be a castaway in the UK today? Our latest book is based on interviews with refugees and asylum seekers living in Brighton and East Sussex, and the people who work with those communities. It tells their stories, in their own words. The Castaway Heritage Project was made possible through the generosity of the Heritage Lottery Fund and the support of those involved.
Say it after me: weather. Weather. I see weather last night on TV. He say more rain! Yes, we're going to have more rainy weather, aren't we? Do you like rainy weather? Or do you like weather that is warm with sunshine?
Author: Denise D. Nessel
Publisher: Corwin Press
Packed with lessons, sample texts, and strategies, this book helps teachers use ELL students' personal experiences to improve their oral language, reading comprehension, and writing skills.
A Buddha lives neither in time nor in space, his body moves, we can see his body, but the body is not the Buddha, ... The place is irrelevant, it is everywhere, better yet, on the contrary, it would be better to say that everywhere is ...
Author: DIEGO LEVERONE
Publisher: SOUL MEMORIES
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
Through the knowledge that you will find in this book, you will understand the opposites and their energy, which is only a manifestation in your reality. The parables, stories and Sutras used by the sages of antiquity, are explained in a simple way to understand in depth, the real message that these great beings knew how to give us. From contemplation in full consciousness, the being can transmute from darkness and ignorance to wisdom and happiness. This is an individual path, and only you can make the decision to lead the life you truly deserve in this humanity. The author's wish is that through his words you can find the truth that lies within you, waiting to be discovered behind the layers created by society's concepts, expanding consciousness and becoming one with your divinity.
But then , in the year 1952 , Maine at that time , the Governor and all the political people will remember ... I speak as a RepublicanI would say this in behalf of both Republicans and Democrats -- Maine can be proud of the fact that in ...