Step by agonizing step Hummingbird goes in search for reason, ultimately labeled as growth. Barger unfolds this journey using the hummingbird; seemingly fragile, yet also aggressive, swift, graceful, dexterous, and territorial. Hummingbird is a poignant collection, wrestles for answers and provides gripping reflections on humanity, and dark stretches of survival.
Hummingbird is powerful and chillingly familiar. Walking for Peace, An Inner Journey. The result? The less traveled path teaches more than the worn one, as Mony Dojeiji and Alberto Agraso learn. Alberto decided he should go too.
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He viewed the walk as a pilgrimage, a spiritual journey. Neither Mony nor Alberto were prepared. Finding peace meant great lessons, not only through exposure to others- views and blockages, but to their own as well.
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Exposure to various situations and people, to various areas of generosity or lack of, and from allowing the universe to have its way with them and take care of them, or not, brings even more lessons. Lessons of peace and love require a letting go of egos, of protection. Mony especially realizes only then can she recognize truths, only then can she touch and be touched spiritually, only then can she find peace and be the answer-love.
Walking for Peace, An Inner Journey contains examples of awakenings, understandings, lessons, and insight to the human condition. This book can set readers free from their own blockages, from their need for control themselves and others. Relief and good will, peace and love, and generosity and freedom radiate from this account. To name and share them all seems right and yet the better way is to just read the book.
In the end Mony and Alberto surprise themselves with yet one more truth about love, peace, and freedom. His way of seeing their purpose may have been the same, but his way of going about it was different. He frustrated her so with his ideas and lack of control. He made her feel guilty and at times like a bum.
She always paid her way. Alberto helped Mony lose this controlling part of herself and to see it in others.
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How does one go about giving and receiving love without sacrificing their total selves? Can one love and find peace without controlling themselves or another, or does the only way to travel and experience the narrow path have to be a lonely one? Readers cannot help but not help but ask themselves questions. You are not alone.
Readers cannot help but ask themselves how they view not only themselves, but others also. Sometimes books come along that speak to us, do more than entertain, Walking for Peace, An Inner Journey is one of them. Mony and Alberto take the road less traveled and at the end find themselves better people. Highly recommended. Gregory B. Lee, The truth is an account of actuality. China almost lost a decade of truth. Political intellectuals and makers of culture in China hoped to cover up the period between the late s and the late s. Lee exposes the political side, shares amazing poetry, information about plays, and other forms of art from that time in his book.
Lee born is an academic, author, and broad caster. Lee opens his book by exploring the reason he created it with a preamble and introduction. One example of Lee examining political events of the time is when he discusses in detail the Tiananmen event. On June 3 and 9, , an estimated thousand unarmed civilians were killed by troops who fired indiscriminately into crowds in Beijing. Some six thousand were officially arrested and Amnesty International reports several hundred secretly executed between June and August. I hope the Goddess of Democracy will stand again in Tiananmen Square.
In order to learn from mistakes from the past, actuality must be started. Without addressing the truth and without examination, a government will repeat mistakes. Control and oppression by government causes deep destruction of human souls and passion for life. Art, in its many forms, is a manifestation of the soul, its passions and cries. Artists during The Lost Decade either stopped expressing, expressed secretly, or expressed in exile. Lee provides pieces of art from The Last Decade in this book and explores each. The poem centers on the image of the sun and is associated with the ideological lexicon of Maoism.
He tells the truth. The mood is serious, driving, articulate, and well organized. Artists and work support his goal by adding emotion to his facts. Actual history shows what works when running a country and what does not. A sobering read with the power to prevent government control and government oppression.
Besides, truth is an account of actuality. Top-notch tales, poems, and images will horrify and delight readers in this anthology called What Fears Become.
Each feature rips through reality plunging readers into frightful situations deep enough to provoke a bag full of nightmares. It is unlikely readers will set aside a single whisper-read word. Thirty-one finely honed eager narratives, eighteen delicious poems, and eighteen visions touch all who dare venture inside. Besides penning horror fiction, authors are teachers, radio personalities, newspaper reporters, editors, gardeners, musicians, poets, reality TV contestants, aides at mental hospitals, technical writers, volunteers, graphic designers, inventory clerks, writers of chapter units for history textbooks, receivers of prestigious awards, founders of martial art systems and have had films produced from novels.
Larsen, which is about a man who visits his dying grandmother. Do cats really take breaths away? Marty finds out in this eerie yarn. He focuses especially on someone who stole his stories and killed his mother. An unusual story. Suddenly, evil things begin to happen and the women decide to destroy it.
By itself, the board reveals who will die and then they do. Wickedly scary, suspenseful reading. Scott Nicholson contributes a narrative readers cannot set aside. Their thoughts are held afterward too. His character, Kelly, becomes pregnant by Chet, the kind of man no woman should ever be with. Another infant hovers near Kelly. From the family cemetery Kelly realizes the ghost baby grows at the same rate as the one in her belly does.
The white shape hangs around the old Stamey Cemetery, not far from the old Cherokee ceremonial mound.
Poetry in this collection is respectfully good. He explains the whys for each step, and the necessary cautions during this change. Authousis ends his rhyme advise on a humorous note. The rhyme scheme begins with abab, goes into cdcd in the second stanza, and then into fgfg for the remaining eight. Each line is short, carrying punch, not only creating a sense of squittering like a bug, but by bringing urgency to the exasperation the character feels about dealing with bugs.
Readers will squirm themselves with this poem. This is because he was once there himself. Steele knows pain and advises readers a final resolve. Each line in the four stanzas tries to stick to ten syllables. Each stanza contains two couplets and goes: aabb, ccbb, eebb, ffbb. No one can argue that Steele studied poetry, or that he has a sense of humor. Besides writing poetry, poets write biographies, songs, screenplays, comic strips, novels, short stories, and non-fiction. They come from all over the world, won prestigious prizes, and have multi-published.
Besides the writing profession, other vocations of poets include Navy engineers, chemists, musicians, and financial systems annalists.
Each conjures up feelings of loneliness, deep thought, boldness and a dark slice of freedom. Each dares a peak into crevices and borders, into eyes and into open body parts, and of their situation of thought. Artists include graphic designers, poets, writers, sculptures, tailors, and work in pencil, crayon, pen and ink, watercolors, digital, and oil paints.
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