In September 2014, the French government entrusted Tobie Nathan with the task of counselling radicalized young people who had been drawn to jihadism and in this book he recounts his experiences of some of the young people he met and ...
Author: Tobie Nathan
Category: Social Science
In September 2014, the French government entrusted Tobie Nathan with the task of counselling radicalized young people who had been drawn to jihadism and in this book he recounts his experiences of some of the young people he met and counselled. He describes what he heard, felt and perceived in his encounters with these young people and their loved ones as he tried to understand the forces running through them and tried to grasp what their fate held in store for them. In so doing, he shows that the history of radicalizations is not the history of ‘natures’ but of metamorphoses – an unpredictable journey, with moments of immobility punctuated by sudden intoxication at the thought of other futures. It is a history of wandering souls who find themselves unable to form a narrative of origin and in thrall to harmful forces but who may find a way home one day. This deeply humane and engaging book will be of great interest to everyone concerned with the issue of radicalization and with the deep and growing challenges our societies face in accommodating difference.
And Finally: Emma Jackson; Our very own, “Wandering Soul”, so many years
alone, yet still so sweet. Thank youfor putting your trust in me.You were thefirst
andwill always be very special. The Wandering Souls For years they linger, Sad
Author: Stuart Hawley
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Wandering Souls is the remarkable true story of an ordinary man. Author, Stuart Hawley, only began having experiences with the spirit world at the age of 57. Here he reveals how his life changed, as his amazing gift continued, bringing him and those around him wonderful messages from those who have passed over to the other side. Stuart recounts the contact he had with several “wandering souls” in need of help to find their families and allowing them to pass over and be at peace, the research involved and the reunions he was privileged to witness, and the relationship he was fortunate to build with his own spirit guides. This is a lovely collection of stories that skeptics, fence sitters and believers alike will enjoy.
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Author: Graciano Alexis Blanco
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
Having worked tirelessly with states of relaxation and stimulation to deep sleep, he has had the audacity to induce the subconscious of people to make a psychic journey in time. For the author, a contact is established with the world of memories and with the memories of past existences; Being the experience as a real therapy of relief or purification. In this sense, it will no longer be possible for us to feel anxieties, tribulations or confusions in the present; We will learn to know more, to discover our tastes and inclinations, and to firmly assume the course of our destiny. As a result of this research, the author reflects this essay on experiences as they happened, outlining that death is not a trauma, but simply a process of initiation and transformation. Each line of the work is a preparation of the subconscious that will help to understand with naturalness and wisdom this experience.
To fully explain this phenomenon, Wandering Souls focuses exclusively on
Protestant groups. Protestantism was dominant in early America: the Jewish
population was minuscule, and Catholics remained a small (albeit growing)
minority until ...
Author: S. Scott Rohrer
Publisher: Univ of North Carolina Press
Popular literature and frontier studies stress that Americans moved west to farm or to seek a new beginning. Scott Rohrer argues that Protestant migrants in early America relocated in search of salvation, Christian community, reform, or all three. In Wandering Souls, Rohrer examines the migration patterns of eight religious groups and finds that Protestant migrations consisted of two basic types. The most common type involved migrations motivated by religion, economics, and family, in which Puritans, Methodists, Moravians, and others headed to the frontier as individuals in search of religious and social fulfillment. The other type involved groups wanting to escape persecution (such as the Mormons) or to establish communities where they could practice their faith in peace (such as the Inspirationists). Rohrer concludes that the two migration types shared certain traits, despite the great variety of religious beliefs and experiences, and that "secular" values infused the behavior of nearly all Protestant migrants. Religion's role in transatlantic migrations is well known, but its importance to the famed mobility of Americans is far less understood. Wandering Souls demonstrates that Protestantism greatly influenced internal migration and the social and economic development of early America.
A collection of short stories from the mind of a wandering soul. Mystery and the unknown fuel the fire within a free spirit to write from both passion and pain. The stories and characters are fictional.
Author: Maze Langner
A collection of short stories from the mind of a wandering soul. Mystery and the unknown fuel the fire within a free spirit to write from both passion and pain. The stories and characters are fictional. The author hopes to reach the audience through fantasy and the truth of the basic emotions and experiences of every day life. Some of the content is based on real life experiences.
Wandering Souls limns the terrible price of war on soldiers and their loved ones, and reveals that we heal not by forgetting war's hard lessons, but by remembering its costs.
Author: Wayne Karlin
Publisher: Hachette UK
On March 19, 1969, First Lieutenant Homer R. Steedly, Jr., shot and killed a North Vietnamese soldier, Dam, when they met on a jungle trail. Steedly took a diary—filled with beautiful line drawings—from the body of the dead soldier, which he subsequently sent to his mother for safekeeping. Thirty-five years later, Steedly rediscovers the forgotten dairy and begins to confront his suppressed memories of the war that defined his life, deciding to return to Viet Nam and meet the family of the man he killed to seek their forgiveness. Fellow veteran and award-winning author Wayne Karlin accompanied Steedly on his remarkable journey. In Wandering Souls he recounts Homer's movement towards a recovery that could only come about through a confrontation with the ghosts of his past—and the need of Dam's family to bring their child's “wandering soul” to his own peace. Wandering Souls limns the terrible price of war on soldiers and their loved ones, and reveals that we heal not by forgetting war's hard lessons, but by remembering its costs.
Ghosts, souls... They were similar. “I never said anything about ghosts. Maybe
there was an earthquake.” “Oh, please! What are you trying to prove?” “And why
do you keep bringing up the ghosts? Who cares?” “It was one time.” “Twice.
The course of life is unpredictable. But Rose thinks she's got her life all figured out, until it changes forever. An experiment gone wrong results in devastation and tragedy. In this post-apocalyptic world, Rose believes she is the only survivor, till she sees her boyfriend David and her best friend Natalya. The only problem is that they can't see her. Her soul is lost and wandering, separated from her body. Rose has to somehow convince David and Natalya to look for her body so they can restore her soul, and she can stop them from falling in love with each other.
In the body of the text, I spell familiar personal and place names as they usually
appear in English. Unless indicated otherwise all translations are mine. Map of
An-sky's Travels And there are homeless souls that. Note on Names, Dates, and
Author: Gabriella Safran
Publisher: Harvard University Press
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Shloyme-Zanvl Rappoport, known to the world as An-sky, was the author of The Dybbuk, the best known work of Yiddish/ Hebrew theater. During a tumultuous life, he left his mark on a dizzying array of political and cultural movements, Russian and Jewish, and seemingly crossing paths with just about every significant member of the radical intelligentsia of his time. Born in the Pale of Settlement in 1863, An-sky experimented with a variety of identities across virtually his entire adult life, from Jewish Enlightener to Russian Populist, writer, ethnographer, Zionist, and finally, Jewish communal relief worker during the cataclysms of the First World War. An-sky is a singularly interesting historical figure as he, like few others, encapsulates a crucial era of Jewish history - an era that marked the birth of modern Jewish politics and a modern, secular Jewish culture.
A Parable in Rhyme and Outline William Calvert. Satan tyrannises over his
subjects , and receiveth the homage of their souls . Towards the chamber ' s
farther end , Where three marble steps ascend To a royal dais high With its gilded
his reand children , seventy souls in all , with a great many cattle , which filled the
air with noise , were all brought together . Gen. xlvi . 1. Joseph , exceedingly
anxious to see his father , had his chariot in readiness , and , in company with
He gives rest to soothe your tired and weary souls. You with Christ have won the
day. Christ has paid your way. Rest now, Peace, God's Peace. 19Feb-
12Mar2008 Shouting --- Listening Once I walked through the burning desert. 46.
This collection of poems is gathered from all the deep valleys and dark jungles as well as the towering mountain peaks of my journey; they show a very wide range of emotions and cover many different topics. It is my deepest hope that the words I’ve written may strike deep within those who read them and help to build them up in faith and love for God and for one another.
Release on 1856 | by William CALVERT (Minor Canon of St. Paul's.)
William CALVERT (Minor Canon of St. Paul's.) Satan tyran . nises over his
subjects , and receiveth the homage of their souls . 1 Towards the chamber's
farther end , Where three marble steps ascend To a royal dais high With its gilded
Author: William CALVERT (Minor Canon of St. Paul's.)
With her follow-up to Wednesday Night at the End of the World, Hélène Rioux explores the landscape of the written word in search of lost paradises.
Author: Hélène Rioux
"Wandering Souls in Paradise Lost sparkles like a diamond."---L'actualite "What a delight to discover these seenes and characters created by Helene Rioux. This subtly written narrative deserves success."---Le Canada francais "If you enjoyed Wednesday Night at the End of the World, you will be delighted by Wandering Souls."---Entre les lignes "Kaplansky's translation is rendered in fluid prose, conveying the rich and varied imagery of the original text... Wednesday Night at the End of the World takes the reader on a journey that goes beyond the predictable, delivering surprises as well as mystery. It gives us an inkling of a world of fragmented individuals, held together not by the bonds of kinship, friendship, or solidarity, but by escapist needs and habits."---Montreal Review of Books "Helene Rioux ... uses slender, evocative threads of coincidence to tie together these loosely connected stories, and catching the clues is a delight."---Canadian Literature "Wednesday's premise is to show that a network of links exists among these stories occurring all over the world. With this clever interconnecting of many ordinary lives, Wednesday is a well put-together novel that examines the stark reality of life. A good read for anyone interested in the complexity of human nature."---The Rover What is paradise? An unscented flower? A plumed bird? A high theatre balcony? Is it a medieval city surrounded by walls, a desert oasis, or the bare, virgin expanses of the North? For some, paradise is the familiar, idealized: a garden with rivers of milk and honey; a childhood remembered but never lived. For others, it is a far-off destination: a dreary landscape beyond the constellations, where cherubs play the lyre upon clouds; a room in which to await resurrection. Wandering Souls in Paradise Lost frames cab drivers, exotic dancers, revellers, mourners, and geniuses --- from places like Montreal, New York, Corsica, Cabarete, and Heaven itself --- within the space of one spring solstice day. Using ardent, melodic prose, author Helene Rioux pieces together their disparate lives to form a mosaic of the human longing for a better existence. Wandering Souls of Paradise Lost is the second novel in Helene Rioux's four-part Fragments of the World series. The first novel, Wednesday Night at the End of the World, was published by Cormorant Books Inc. in 2009.
From the time she was 12 years old, Donna Miller has been experiencing unexplained phenomenon. The tragic loss of her mother was her first encounter with the spirit world. Black magic rituals were part of her upbringing, along with the mental and physical torment she had to endure by the hands of her grandfather. She also had many unexplained incidents in living in the old Amish farmhouse in Lancaster County, PA. From strange sounds, to seeing apparitions, she was very fearful for the safety of her children. Throughout her life the spirits have been following her wherever she goes. From the grocery store, to her current apartment where her and her fiance Jim still live, there is never a dull moment. Her journey still continues to this day. She still tries to unmask the questions to why the lost souls still wander in and out of her life.
The mythical narrative of transmigration tells the story of myriad wandering souls, each migrating from body to body along a path of recurrence amid the becoming of the All.
Author: James Luchte
Publisher: A&C Black
The mythical narrative of transmigration tells the story of myriad wandering souls, each migrating from body to body along a path of recurrence amid the becoming of the All. In this highly original study, James Luchte explores the ways in which the concept of transmigration is a central motif in Pythagoras' philosophy, representing its fundamental meaning. Luchte argues that the many strands of the tale of transmigration come together in the Pythagorean philosophical movement, revealing a unity in which, for Pythagoreans, existence and eschatology are separated only by forgetfulness. Such an interpretation that seeks to retrieve the unity of Pythagorean thought goes against the grain of a long-standing tradition of interpretation that projects upon Pythagoras the segregation of 'mysticism' and 'science'. Luchte lays out an alternative interpretation of Pythagorean philosophy as magical in the sense that it orchestrates a holistic harmonization of theoria and praxis and through this reading discloses the radical character of Pythagorean philosophy.
Wandering. Souls. Family and friends wondered why we were so angry. What are
you crying about? they would ask. . . . Our fathers and grandfathers had gone off
to war, done their duty, come home and got on with it. What made our ...
Author: Donald Anderson
Publisher: University of Iowa Press
Donald Anderson, a former U.S. Air Force officer, has compiled a haunting anthology of personal essays and short memoirs that span more than 100 years of warfare. Alvord White Clements—himself a veteran of the Second World War—introduces his grandfather Isaac N. Clements’s Civil War memoir; the novelist Paul West writes of his father, a British veteran of World War I, as well as of his own boyhood recollections of the London Blitz. John Wolfe details the life-changing and life-threatening injuries he sustained in Vietnam and the hallucinations he experienced afterward. Second Gulf War veteran Jason Armagost traces his journey to Iraq through the history of literature and the books he brought with him to the war zone. The thirteen essays in When War Becomes Personal tell the enduring truths of battle, stripping away much of the romance, myth, and fantasy. Soldiers more than anyone know what they are capable of destroying; when they write about war, they are trying to preserve the world.