... the windows of your soul. after all, the light in the window has no sound. all these suggestions provide a means for your soul to make its own way down that curving country road toward a welcoming house with open windows. as you go, ...
Author: Michael Sullivan
Publisher: Church Publishing, Inc.
Organized around holy days and Sundays in Lent, chapters begin with a prayer or poetic excerpt, followed by scripture for the day or week.
Lights from the windows shone cheerily out across the newfallen snow, and Eleanor thought, This is how it looked to Chad when he used to come home from school in the winter. Picking up her suitcase, she started picking her way along the ...
Author: Francena H. Arnold
Publisher: Moody Publishers
This two-book set includes Not My Will and The Light in My Window. In Not My Will, Eleanor's secret love for Chad could mean losing her inheritance and giving up a life-long dream. Will she follow her own will or make the hard choice to submit her life to Christ's leadership? Now available with a contemporary new look, this book is a classic story of love, loss, and surrender. In The Light in My Window, Hope Thompson is new to the big city. However, instead of finding fulfillment in her work and service, she is bitter and struggles with herself, with God, and with her love for Stan. Sequel to the bestselling Not My Will, this dynamic story is one of searching, discovery, and peace.
The highceilinged room, which her father had always kept shrouded from light to protect the books, smelt comfortingly fusty and familiar. Placing her coffee on her father's worn, leather-topped desk, she walked to a window and drew back ...
Author: Lucinda Riley
Publisher: Pan Macmillan
From the author of the bestselling Seven Sisters series, Lucinda Riley's The Light Behind the Window is a breathtaking and intense story of love, war and, above all, forgiveness. The present: Emilie de la Martiniéres has always fought against her aristocratic background, but after the death of her glamorous, distant mother, she finds herself alone in the world and sole inheritor of her grand childhood home in the south of France. An old notebook of poems leads her in search of the mysterious and beautiful Sophia, whose tragic love affair changed the course of her family history. As Emilie unravels the story, she too embarks on her own journey of discovery, realizing that the château may provide clues to her own difficult past and finally unlock the future. The past: London 1943. A young office clerk, Constance Carruthers, is drafted into the SOE, arriving in occupied Paris during the climax of the conflict. Separated from her contact in her very first hours in France, she stumbles into the heart of a wealthy family who are caught up in a deadly game of secrets and lies. Forced to surrender her identity and all ties to her homeland and her beloved husband, Constance finds herself drawn into a complex web of deception, the repercussions of which will affect generations to come. 'A fast-paced, suspenseful story flitting between the present day and World War II . . . Brilliant escapism' - Red **Note to readers: In the US, this book is published under the title The Lavender Garden.**
Release on 2008-02 | by Patricia Ann Farnsworth-Simpson
*AQQA* So if you build up a wall then open your mind, Look for the window God gives to find, A window so precious to let in the light, To take away darkness and also fright! *AQQA* If you can't see a window, chop out a hole, ...
Author: Patricia Ann Farnsworth-Simpson
A poetry book that is full of inspired poems given to Pat (who herself a Spiritual Healer) by her Spiritual Guiding Teachers above. It is a book written to let God's light shine through in her words to give much joy to Christians and hopefully inspire other's to see The Light! The Light of God above that shines down always to guide and protect us...so that one day we will be light enough with love in our Souls to rise with it to Heaven above.
Back to Airplane Windows Unpolarized sunlight becomes partially polarized because of scattering by atmospheric molecules and particles, yet another example of how the polarization state of light is transformed when it interacts with ...
Author: Craig F. Bohren
Publisher: Courier Corporation
Abounding in lively writing and fun-filled, easy-to-perform experiments, this illustrated volume makes the fascinating world of atmospheric physics accessible to readers without a scientific background. 1991 edition.
She raised her hand to stay the conversation, pointing out with her other hand towards the window off to the side of their target. "The light just went off in the office." "So? They'll probably be back. Maybe the receptionist is out by ...
Author: Cassandra Morphy
Publisher: Crowbarland Books
When Ellie first started at college, thinking her high school concerns were behind her, she expected the biggest issue of the new semester was avoiding being embarrassed by her professor of a father. But, when a strange group of students showed an unnatural interest in her, she's forced to dust off that special set of skills they had taught her at boarding school. With her new friends, Ellie searches for information on the group, trying to subvert their plans before they came for her. She wasn't expecting where the trail would lead her, or the disaster waiting to happen.
... rituals which leave your bowl of intention profoundly empty and the windows between your thoughts crystal clear, ... A few years later Rena and I had a little farm in Oswego that didn't have electricity or any artificial lights.
Author: Frank T. Morano
Publisher: Trafford Publishing
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Frank Thomas Morano’s search for holy men and women has taken him around the world. In his memoirs, The Secret Cycle, he shares the wisdom he has found.
February 28 Cleanse 1John 1:7 But IF we walk in the light as He is in the light, we have fellowship with one another, and the blood of Jesus Christ His Son cleanses us from all sin. Q What happens when we walk as He walked?
Author: Donald L. Totten PhD
Publisher: WestBow Press
LITTLE WORDS can be windows through which the light of Christ can shine. So often we miss the little words in a verse. This book explores some little (two letter) words in the Bible that make a BIG difference. Many little words are explored. IN, for instance, is an important little word: Therefore, if anyone is IN Christ, he is a new creation; old things have passed away; behold, all things have become new 2 Corinthians 5:17. When we are IN Christ, we are a temple of the Holy Spirit. In order to fully benefit from being His temple, we need to be instructed (structured) using material from His word. I have found that paying attention to little words gives more insight into, and more powerful meaning to, Bible passages. Hopefully, a year in this book of devotions will help in your understanding, appreciation, and use of the Bible. Each month begins with a definition of that month’s little word with information about its power and usage. The definition is followed by a verse for each day of the month using that little word with thoughts for meditation and spiritual growth. I wish for you the love, joy, grace, and peace of God. Please enjoy the impact of LITTLE WORDS!
trefoil - headed light of a window of the former fourteenth century chapel ( similar to the window head previously described ) which is now built into the north wall , beneath the most westerly window . . Below the easternmost window is ...
Category: Yorkshire (England)
A review of history, antiquities and topography in the county.
It didn't look like a flame or torch, you understand, but more like a civilized light, and I thought that I might get some clue as to the creatures' development. So in I went and Tweel tagged along, not without a few trills and twitters ...
Author: Stephen Webb
This book presents the reader with some of the earliest classic SF short stories – all of them published between 1858 and 1934, featuring both well-known and long-forgotten writers – dealing for the first time with topics to which science had (some) answers only at much later stages. This includes aspects of alien life forms, transmogrification, pandemics, life on Mars, android robots, big data, matter transmission and impact events to name but a few. The short stories are reprinted in full alongside extensive commentaries which also examine some of the latest scientific thinking surrounding the story’s main theme and provide the reader with suggestions for further reading.
The most dominant of these early styles is GEORGIAN, named for the English kings (George I, II, and III) who ruled England and colonial America in the 18th century. Look first at the windows: Georgian window panes, or lights, are small.
Now in its sixth year, Early Homes is a biannual special edition that focuses on the period 1690—1850 and it's revivals, including Colonial and Neoclassical design. Each issue contains lavish photos and plenty of product sources.
The windowsills and soffits in the main semi-domes used to be consistently inclined at about 30 degrees ... The efficacy of light reflection lies in the balance between the inclination and the width of the arched window soffits.
Author: Dr Nadine Schibille
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
Paramount in the shaping of early Byzantine identity was the construction of the church of Hagia Sophia in Constantinople (532-537 CE). This book examines the edifice from the perspective of aesthetics to define the concept of beauty and the meaning of art in early Byzantium. Byzantine aesthetic thought is re-evaluated against late antique Neoplatonism and the writings of Pseudo-Dionysius that offer fundamental paradigms for the late antique attitude towards art and beauty. These metaphysical concepts of aesthetics are ultimately grounded in experiences of sensation and perception, and reflect the ways in which the world and reality were perceived and grasped, signifying the cultural identity of early Byzantium. There are different types of aesthetic data, those present in the aesthetic object and those found in aesthetic responses to the object. This study looks at the aesthetic data embodied in the sixth-century architectural structure and interior decoration of Hagia Sophia as well as in literary responses (ekphrasis) to the building. The purpose of the Byzantine ekphrasis was to convey by verbal means the same effects that the artefact itself would have caused. A literary analysis of these rhetorical descriptions recaptures the Byzantine perception and expectations, and at the same time reveals the cognitive processes triggered by the Great Church. The central aesthetic feature that emerges from sixth-century ekphraseis of Hagia Sophia is that of light. Light is described as the decisive element in the experience of the sacred space and light is simultaneously associated with the notion of wisdom. It is argued that the concepts of light and wisdom are interwoven programmatic elements that underlie the unique architecture and non-figurative decoration of Hagia Sophia. A similar concern for the phenomenon of light and its epistemological dimension is reflected in other contemporary monuments, testifying to the pervasiveness of these aesthetic values in early Byzantium.
When windows are placed in the wall at the back of the pupils, another set of shadows is produced which is confusing and annoying. Moreover, the light coming from such windows is likely to prove very trying to the teacher's eyes.
Vigilance with manually controlled blinds and light meter. In all cases: UV elimination to less than 75 microwatts/lumen. TREATMENT OF WINDOWS Side windows are difficult, almost impossible, for the conservator to deal with to his ...
Author: Garry Thomson
Category: Business & Economics
The Museum Environment, Second Edition deals with the behavior and conservation of the various classes of museum exhibit. This book is divided into six sections that provide museum specifications for conservation. This text highlights the three contributing factors in the deterioration and decay of museum exhibits, namely light, humidity, and air pollution. Each section describes the mechanism of deterioration and the appropriate “preventive conservation . The changes in this edition from the previous include the electronic hygrometry, fluorescent lamps, buffered cases, air conditioning systems, and data logging and control in historic buildings. This book is of great value to conservation researchers and museum workers.
Then he opens the window. 'Maria tells me not to smoke in here.' He shrugs and lights a cigarette and stays next to the window. 'She says that I'll end up burning the place down, but you know...' He gestures to the mug.
Author: Mette Jakobsen
Publisher: Text Publishing
Vera and David have been passionately in love since the day they met more than twenty years ago. They live in the Blue Mountains where Vera is a sculptor and David makes furniture. Their son, Ben, is at university in Sydney. Or at least he was. What the Light Hides begins five months after Ben’s death, an apparent suicide. Vera is trying to pick up the pieces, but David cannot let go, cannot believe that Ben is dead. He goes to Sydney, ostensibly to work, but cannot get Ben out of his mind. He keeps seeing him in the street, visits the room where he was living, goes in pursuit of Ben’s friends. His refusal to come to terms with the death of his son is destroying his relationship with Vera, but he cannot help himself, in spite of all the evidence. David is risking everything. Mette Jakobsen’s gifts of delicate and empathetic observation are on display in this tender and moving novel, a much-anticipated follow-up to her debut, The Vanishing Act. Mette Jakobsen was born in Copenhagen, Denmark and now lives in Newtown, Sydney. She has a PhD in Creative Writing and a BA in philosophy. In 2004 she graduated from NIDA’s Playwrights Studio and several of her plays have been broadcast on ABC Radio National. Her novels are The Vanishing Act, shortlisted for the Commonwealth Book Prize in 2012, and What the Light Hides. ‘Mette Jakobsen is an expert in creating images...Jakobsen describes the sights and sounds of inner-city Newtown as lovingly as she details the bush in the Blue Mountains.’ Readings ‘A moving look at love and loss.’ New Zealand Women’s Weekly ‘Jakobsen skillfully paints the picture of grief, illustrates the importance of empathetic support and shows just how destructive denial can be. Her characters are real and flawed, and it is impossible not to feel their suffering. She evokes her setting, both the mountains and the inner city, with consummate ease. Many readers will find they are moved to tears by this stirring read.’ BookMooch ‘A short book that packs an emotional punch.’ Otago Daily Times ‘Jakobsen’s sensory sensibility shines...Beautifully evocative and undoubtedly Australian in its voice.’ Farrago ‘A tenderly rendered story...Quietly written with a deft hand and a light touch.’ Geelong Advertiser ‘This was such powerful writing, and I could feel all of the characters leaping out of their pages like real people...I felt like I was walking the streets of Sydney and the mountain homes.’ Cosy Dragon ‘Poignant...The suicide of a child seems an unlikely subject for a rewarding novel, but Jakobsen has written a very special book, a tender and considered exploration of how we love and how we cope with loss.’ Adelaide Advertiser ‘A moving portrayal of denial, the first stage of grief.’ Big Book Club ‘A delicate portrayal of shared grief...Impressionistic and beautifully written.’ Overland ‘This little novel delves into the subject of loss and grief with a light touch and acute sensitivity.’ North & South
marrnorata (N.E.Br.) N.E.Br. L. elisae de Boer, differs from the preceding: window reduced to narrow strips; ... top slightly convex, strikingly light coloured; window often visible: network coloured or not: inner margin nearly always ...
Release on 1896 | by Connecticut. State Board of Education
one square foot of window surface to every six square feet of floor surface is doubtless satisfactory where there are no secondary objects to impede the light . In practice it is difficult to follow any ratio of window to floor surface ...
original film, a movable screen comprising at least one relatively narrow window between said light source and said support for said original film, said window illuminating macroscopically the said original film by divergent light, ...
Thus , the curved or have exercised some amount of influence upon combined repetition of the two lancet - headed raking members of a pediment to a doorway the form of window tracery , we find that the lights in which we have described ...