Out of Breath
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Those she trusted betrayed her. Her broken heart still wounds her. Only love can save her. The explosive and stunning finale in The Breathing Series. Emma can't even think about trusting others in her life again. She can't let anyone in, not when she knows all they'll find is darkness. But some people won't let go; won't take no for an answer and Emma has to decide whether the hidden truths and painful secrets are enough to let go of the possibility of love. Forever.
"A green parable infused with a rich sense of place: an organically grown confection." —Kirkus Reviews "Combining mystery, romance, vampires, and strong vegan and environmental messages, [Out of Breath] will have readers of light paranormal novels running to the next book in Richmond’s trilogy." —Booklist Deep in the hills of Lithia brews an epic battle between evil and nature... Nineteen-year-old Kat Jones has been a competitive runner since she was a young girl, but after her mother’s death, the path her life was supposed to take begins to crumble around her -- until one day, she finds herself on the run in a literal sense, this time in a race for her very life… Kat’s journey takes her to the Pacific Northwest town of Lithia, the place of her last good memories, of the days when her mother was still alive. But soon after her arrival, strange things begin to happen in Lithia -- and when one of her new friends disappears under mysterious circumstances, Kat begins to realize that Lithia’s inhabitants are not all of this world. Worst of all, she is falling in love with one of these otherworldly locals, and the friend who hopes to save her has secrets of his own… As Kat tries to rebuild her life, she is also training for a race that will turn out to be her biggest challenge yet, as she must outrun not only the demons of her past but the demons of the here and now, who threaten her very existence and that of the entire town… At once a paranormal love story and an environmental allegory, Out of Breath offers an exciting new voice in young adult fiction. The second book in the trilogy, The Ghost Runner, is now available!
"How can the past speak to the present? How can the ancient make itself known in the contemporary? Many feel that it cannot -- that nothing can be learned from the past - that everything to be learned is in the present and in the future. Perhaps this is where we have missed the true meaning of life." (from chapter 4) Robert G. Tuttle brings the 23rd Psalm to life for the twentieth century Christian. His approach aids study groups, clergy seeking preaching background material, and persons wanting personal devotional reading. The book is filled with countless illustrations in its eight chapters. Chapter titles include: - The Good Shepherd - Finding God In The Narrows Of Life - God's Extravagance - The Final Dimensions Of Life Robert G. Tuttle, Asheville, North Carolina, holds degrees from Duke University and Duke Divinity School. He has served churches in the Western North Carolina Conference of the United Methodist Church.
The following investigation provides a profound analysis on the motives that hinder German consumers from shifting to green power vendors. While academic research provides many potential reasons, only a few investigations have so far dealt with internal and external influences on switching behavior as well as actual compliance with theoretical models. In this context, a survey has been undertaken in the Federal State of Mecklenburg-West-Pomerania to analyze the personal relevance of different motives for consumers. Furthermore, the survey also aimed at analyzing the compliance of theoretical criteria, provided by the Norm Activation Model, and the Theory of Planned Behavior in order to see whether respondents intend to switch after all. Therefore, the survey was distributed via the snowball system, and has been completed by 115 respondents, providing data on 77 respondents who still consume conventional power.
When Valerie and Alex investigate the disappearance of three SuperCopters, they find themselves crashing into an underwater adventure involving pirates, submarine ships, and undersea secrets.
This study considers the locus of the breathing body in the film experience and its implications for the study of embodiment in film and sensuous spectatorship.
This extremely readable format provides COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease) patients with essential information to minimize the restrictive aspects of their disorder, helping them to maximize daily living ability through exercise, diet, relaxation techniques, lifestyle precautions, proper drug regimes, and pulmonary rehabilitation.
Is anyone crying for help? God is listening, ready to rescue you. If your heart is broken, you'll find God right there; if you're kicked in the gut, he'll help you catch your breath. ~Psalm 34:17–18, The Message translation Has grief knocked your breath out of you? Everybody experiences grief, loss, and life challenges throughout their lives. Most are unprepared for their grief and the impact it will have. Grief is brutal and has a way of making you feel as though everything good in your life is slowly being crushed, leaving you gasping for air. Although painful to experience, grief is one of the most powerful teachers you can learn from. When one goes through grief or loss, the invaluable opportunity to understand, love, and know God better immediately begins—He is the key to creating a fuller, more purposeful life in spite of grief. In Getting Your Breath Back After Life Knocks It Out of You, K.B.H. Niles transparently shares her experiences with grief and loss. She reveals how her relationship with God helped her grieve multiple deaths, including the deaths of her sister, father, and grandparents, after she found God in the midst of her pain. How do you get your breath back after life knocks it out of you? K.B.H. Niles explains key "oxygens" God revealed to her as she studied His Word during times of intense grief. In Getting Your Breath Back After Life Knocks It Out of You, you will find how to: • Develop a treasured relationship with God • Regain your faith and hope • Resolve bitterness, guilt, and regrets • Find the encouragement you need during grief • Understand the importance of relationships • Value God's time through grief and life • Realize the importance of grieving in your own unique way • Develop gratefulness, thankfulness, and praise • Experience wellness, traditions, and enjoyment • Create a fuller, more purposeful life
Breath is the flow of air between life and death. Breathing is an involuntary action that functions as the basis of all human activities, intellectual, artistic, emotional and physical. Breathing is the first autonomous individual action that brings life into being and the end of breathing is the definitive sign of disappearance. Starting from the question how breathing affects the body, levels of consciousness, perception and meaning, this book, for the first time, investigates through a variety of philosophical, critical and practical models, directly and indirectly related to breath, aiming to establish breath as a category in the production and reception of meaning within the context of theatre. It also explores the epistemological, psycho-physical and consciousness-related implications of breath. Aristotle dedicated a volume to breath exploring and enquiring in to its presocratic roots. For Heidegger, breath is “the temporal extension” of Being. Artaud’s theatricality is not representational but rather rooted in the actor’s breathing. Jacques Derrida and Luce Irigaray investigate the phenomenon of breath in order to explain the nature of human consciousness. Breath as a philosophical concept and as a system of practice is central to Indian thoughts, performance, medicine, martial arts and spirituality. As the book argues, individual consciousness is a temporal experience and breath is the material presence of time in the body. Cessation of breath, on the contrary, creates pause in this flow of the endless identification of signifiers. When breath stops time stops. When time stops there is a ‘gap’ in the chain of the presence of signifiers and this ‘gap’ is a different perceptual modality, which is neutral in Zero velocity. Restoration of Breath is a practical approach to this psychophysical experience of consciousness in which time exists only in eternity and void beyond memory and meaning.
A trip into the mind of someone who loves hard and struggles with the changes that come with that. New love, lost love, the lack of love and everything in between.
Describes the anatomy and physiology of breathing, as well as the subtle yogic science of prana.
Collects the first two novels about Emma Thomas's attempts to reclaim her life while surviving an abusive home life.
This book will show you how being aware of your breathing can have a profound impact on your physical and emotional health in a most positive way. Whether you are interested in stress reduction, easing a chronic breathing problem, or exploring the more spiritual aspects of breathing practice, this illustrated guide will provide you with practical, simple exercises to calm, energize, and generally enhance your sense of well-being. The author, Dennis Lewis, also shows how becoming more conscious of your breathing can reveal a lot about your self-image and help you deal more effectively with difficult emotions and situations.
After 30 years of failed relationships and poor choices, a self-declared loser searches for the strength to end his life, but fate shows him that the future can be quite different from the past.
Winner of the 2009 Canadian Jewish Book Awards - Martin and Beatrice Fischer Award in Fiction Born with a split lip and cleft palate, Toshy Wolfman’s life is an uphill battle. Believing he is dim-witted and ugly, Toshy finds his resentment slowly building as he is ridiculed, used, and misled. Ultimately, he is imprisoned after being caught stealing a valuable and famous diamond, the Orange Sunset. But Toshy’s story is not his alone - it is shared with his two sisters: Lil, a radical and a devotee of anarchist Emma Goldman; and Bessie, who goes to work for one of Goldmans enemies, the owners of the Orange Sunset. Toshy’s love for his sisters drives him to make some of the bravest decisions of his life. But despite having seemingly overcome his obstacles, an aging Toshy stuns his nephew by asking for his assistance in committing suicide.Toshy wont fully explain his decision. Nor will he fully explain why, at this late stage in life, he is obsessed with making a journey to France.
Seen as a messenger of God by a disturbed youth, John Scrounge has in reality such a dark vision of life that he retreats from the world as a librarian's assistant. Convinced by a series of encounters that he must be more of a monster than a man, Scrounge flees one night, arriving at the gate of Greymore Prison. There he is found by a high-ranking guard who brings him home but soon finds his young daughter infatuated with the houseguest. Enraged by her open displays of desire, the guard sets off one incident after another-he not only releases a mysterious inmate from Greymore, but also reveals his own shocking past. "Companion of Breath" is a fascinating tale, a story with a spellbinding climax, where characters are compelled forward by the worst of their flaws and ensnared by the cycle of their ways.
Throughout the story Christine continues to show her undying unconditional love for Rose as family gossip, jealousy and criticism split them apart. Christine shares a deep connection with her daughter Rose by relating Rose to her flowers that she love so much. As time goes on and Christine began to age she realizes all she had is her flowers and her family. Christine wills to hold on until the end hoping to see Rose and not matter what the family says Christine never give up on her hope for Rose as she tries to do all that she could to make Rose close to her again. In the end Christine struggles for her life and fight until the end as her dying wish goes to her grave. The content is also hilarious. So, enjoy the story as much as I have. www.amazon.com www.authorhouse.com firstname.lastname@example.org