Open Here You Hold the Keys

0 Any or all of the above, and you are scared sheepless. Feeling confused and depressed and weepy seems to me a mark of intelligent listening. We understand, deeply, that we are completely connected to each other and to all of life, ...

Author: Suzanna Stinnett

Publisher: Trafford Publishing

ISBN: 9781553953265

Category: Self-Help

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We must begin now, with small steps, today, to recognize and become all that we are meant to be: Powerfully imaginative, multidimensional beings walking on the earth with compassion, joy, and an open-armed inspiration to share with the world. We are the material of a metamorphosis. We are love, and we are whole beings. Two things are missing: One is recognition of our resourcefulness. The other is deliberate choice. CAN YOU IMAGINE what you would create? Love? Health? Time? Community? Joy? You hold the keys. Open: start your future here. Use the tools in this book to: Develop your unique expression Realize your joy is what we all need Engage your imagination's limitless world Attract abundance through deliberate optimism Manifest your vision for a positive future "The most radical activism is to re-invent our lives. S.B.Stinnett is a kind of docent of the metaphysical, leading us toward a refreshingly illuminating vision of how our lives might be changed. In a culture starved of practical spiritual approaches, this book arrives in the nick of time. "Relax into it, and your imagination will join you fully." -Molly Albracht, California Poets in the Schools Stinnett tilts & bumps the model as we now know it. Speaking directly to the hidden optimist in us, she provocatively points us to our own true north, guiding us through the daily debris to the enchanting, connected destiny we all share. -Susan B. Gross, Author-Illustrator
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Amazing Stories

Tipi himself was scared sheepless . Since the pride of the Ganoos was now on the line , he hadn't dared to ask for help on his own channel . Instead , he'd paid a small fortune to have a look at the Universal Directory ( an illicit ...

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105013091363

Category: Science fiction

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Scared Sheepless

SCARED SHEEPLESS, the seventh installment in the SUBURBAN FAIRY TALES series by Francis Bonnet, features a generous helping of the beloved Three Little Pigs and their fairy tale friends as they continue to clumsily take on all the foibles ...

Author: Francis Bonnet

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ISBN: 9798680295564

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SCARED SHEEPLESS, the seventh installment in the SUBURBAN FAIRY TALES series by Francis Bonnet, features a generous helping of the beloved Three Little Pigs and their fairy tale friends as they continue to clumsily take on all the foibles and follies of high school life.You'll be happy as a pig in mud as you indulge in more relatable adventures of the hoggish three stooges, perpetually lost sheep, teenage romantic mishaps, and outrageous culinary exploits.BONUS CONTENT INCLUDES BRAND NEW, NEVER-BEFORE-SEEN COMICS featuring Little Pig #3's ham-fisted attempt at analyzing famous pieces of fine art!
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Fear and Nature

... “far fields that a rose never blew in”45 and “pastures [that] are herdless and sheepless.”46 But here, where 99 human minds do not rest in easy genre conventions, Haunted and Unhaunted Landscapes.

Author: Christy Tidwell

Publisher: Penn State Press

ISBN: 9780271090436

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 300

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Ecohorror represents human fears about the natural world—killer plants and animals, catastrophic weather events, and disquieting encounters with the nonhuman. Its portrayals of animals, the environment, and even scientists build on popular conceptions of zoology, ecology, and the scientific process. As such, ecohorror is a genre uniquely situated to address life, art, and the dangers of scientific knowledge in the Anthropocene. Featuring new readings of the genre, Fear and Nature brings ecohorror texts and theories into conversation with other critical discourses. The chapters cover a variety of media forms, from literature and short fiction to manga, poetry, television, and film. The chronological range is equally varied, beginning in the nineteenth century with the work of Edgar Allan Poe and finishing in the twenty-first with Stephen King and Guillermo del Toro. This range highlights the significance of ecohorror as a mode. In their analyses, the contributors make explicit connections across chapters, question the limits of the genre, and address the ways in which our fears about nature intersect with those we hold about the racial, animal, and bodily “other.” A foundational text, this volume will appeal to specialists in horror studies, Gothic studies, the environmental humanities, and ecocriticism. In addition to the editors, the contributors include Kristen Angierski, Bridgitte Barclay, Marisol Cortez, Chelsea Davis, Joseph K. Heumann, Dawn Keetley, Ashley Kniss, Robin L. Murray, Brittany R. Roberts, Sharon Sharp, and Keri Stevenson.
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Good Or God

The prophet Malachi foretold that in the latter times there would be two groups of believers— those who fear God and those who don't. ... though the sheep pens are sheepless and the cattle barns empty, I'm singing joyful praise to God.

Author: John Bevere

Publisher: Messenger International

ISBN: 9781933185965

Category: Religion

Page: 280

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These days the terms good and God seem synonymous. We believe what’s generally accepted as good must be in line with God’s will. Generosity, humility, justice—good. Selfishness, arrogance, cruelty—evil. The distinction seems pretty straightforward. But is that all there is to it? If good is so obvious, why does the Bible say that we need discernment to recognize it? Good or God? isn’t another self-help message. This book will do more than ask you to change your behavior. It will empower you to engage with God on a level that will change every aspect of your life.
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Cry Sacred Ground

As Guy Bahe spoke , the winding dirt road that glides through Teesto Chapter felt eerie as abandoned hogans , boarded up , became visible , as did the sheepless corrals . There is a quiet in Teesto Chapter , flat grasslands interrupted ...

Author: Anita Parlow

Publisher: Christic Inst Press

ISBN: WISC:89058285446

Category: Hopi Indians

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Our Vanishing Wild Life

It would be a good thing if there existed between the two species a sheepless zone about 200 miles wide. I greatly fear that actinomycosis is destined to play an important part in the final extinction that seems to be the impending fate ...

Author: William T. Hornaday

Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand

ISBN: 9783752361506

Category: Fiction

Page: 480

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Reproduction of the original: Our Vanishing Wild Life by William T. Hornaday
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The Sacred Paw

Dindenaut prized his sheep less than these men their bear : Theirs in their eyes , but not in bruin's sight . They'd be back in two days and have had time to spare , Then after the hunt , set a price that would be right .

Author: Paul Shepard

Publisher: Viking Adult

ISBN: UOM:39015011267500

Category: Bears

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The Forest

But when they enter the forest, they discover that their idea is anything but simple. Because this forest isn't like any other. In this forest, a silver mist cloaks the truth.

Author: Michaelbrent Collings

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ISBN: 9798670345958

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From the author: During this difficult time, I have put ALL my ebook titles - bestsellers, boxed sets, everything - on sale for $2.99 or less. Because kindness is contagious, and now is a great time to read! One of Amazon's Most Popular Horror Authors, #1 bestseller Michaelbrent Collings brings you his most thrilling story... and invites you to get lost in The Forest. *** Three kids went in. Now, twenty years later, the two survivors are going back... For Tricia and Alex, the idea is simple: find and rescue their friend, Sam, from his insane mother. But when they enter the forest, they discover that their idea is anything but simple. Because this forest isn't like any other. In this forest, a silver mist cloaks the truth. In this forest, a simple trip of a few miles can turn into a nightmare. In this forest, the monsters are real. "Nightmare fuel... intense and downright scary." - Horror Geek Life Twenty years later, Tricia and Alex remember nothing of what happened that day they lost their friend. They know only that three kids went in, but only two came out. "Impressive, engrossing... I read it within one sitting." - Scared Sheepless Now, they are going back. To find their lost memories. To discover what happened to Sam that day. To encounter fear itself. "I loved this crazy ride of a novel!" - The Reading Nook The forest, as Alex and Tricia will discover, is a place where madness reigns. A place where a simple path becomes an ordeal. A place where the past comes to life, and the future is anything but certain. Because the dead don't stay dead... in The Forest.
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The Last Frontier

So , we'll leave Bert Butler , the working rancher , sheepless sheepherder and dead - eye hunter , to pursue his way . One more incident , also unusual , will round out ... “ We been talkin ' ' bout scare , ” one of the men explained .

Author: Valentine Stewart FitzPatrick

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105013868695

Category: Frontier and pioneer life

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