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Established in 1911, The Rotarian is the official magazine of Rotary International and is circulated worldwide. Each issue contains feature articles, columns, and departments about, or of interest to, Rotarians. Seventeen Nobel Prize winners and 19 Pulitzer Prize winners – from Mahatma Ghandi to Kurt Vonnegut Jr. – have written for the magazine.
HERE are many people who hold that Albert Schweitzer is the greatest man in the world today. It would probably be more correct to say that he is the great men's choice for "greatest man." However divergent the definitions of greatness, ...
LIFE Magazine is the treasured photographic magazine that chronicled the 20th Century. It now lives on at LIFE.com, the largest, most amazing collection of professional photography on the internet. Users can browse, search and view photos of today’s people and events. They have free access to share, print and post images for personal use.
GREATEST. MAN. IN. THE. WORLD. TAofaxw a Movie Queen Askin Me! FOR THE OIL IUSEINMKCAR ... There is a small group of men today, mostly educators, who believe the title of "greatest man in the world" should go — if it goes to anyone — to ...
The Greatest Man of All Time is a true story that inspires over a billion people around the world. He exemplified how to be a model businessman, phenomenal philanthropist, just military commander, influential political leader, beloved spouse, nurturing parent, and ultimate peacemaker. With ignorance, corruption, and violence rampant in society, he guided people to knowledge, justice, and peace. Witnessing a divided country, he brought an unparalleled level of unity within his nation and across other nations. Although he acquired wealth and fortunes that go beyond the dreams of kings, he gave it all away in charity to the poor, hungry, and those in need. Does he inspire you?
The Greatest Man of All Time is a true story that inspires over a billion people around the world.
Author: Adam Rahman
The author, the grandson of Mohandas Gandhi, describes the life of the Indian leader as well as the history of India during Gandhi's time.
The Man, His People, and the Empire Rajmohan Gandhi ... a note printed next to the message called Gandhi "the greatest colored man in the world, and perhaps the greatest man in the world" (The Crisis, New York, July 1929).
Author: Rajmohan Gandhi
Publisher: Univ of California Press
Skillful journalism and meticulous scholarship are combined in the full-bodied portrait of that enigmatic folk hero, Henry Ford, and of the company he built from scratch. Writing with verve and objectivity, David Lewis focuses on the fame, popularity, and influence of America's most unconventional businessman and traces the history of public relations and advertising within Ford Motor Company and the automobile industry.
The first such survey which mentioned the manufacturer was taken in March 1914 , when the editor of the Detroit News asked the twenty - four members of his editorial staff to rank the " world's greatest living men .
Author: David Lanier Lewis
Publisher: Wayne State University Press
Category: Biography & Autobiography
From Stonehenge to the Empire State Building, and from Angkor Wat to the Pyramids, this book surveys every continent to discover the most impressive, exotic and intriguing man-made wonders of the world. Arranged in order of longitude, and illustrated with over 100 spectacular photographs, maps and illustrations, 50 Wonders of the World reveals the awesome architectural achievements that man has created over the centuries. This is also the story of the extraordinary peoples and civilizations that created these buildings and the key roles they played as centres of religion, culture or trade. Hagia Sophia; Sydney Opera House; Altamira; Dome of the Rock; Easter Island statues; Chartres; Petra; Empire State Building; Eiffel Tower; Peterhof; Golden Gate Bridge; Neuschwanstein; Solovetsky Island; Lincoln Memorial; Florence Duomo; Minaret of Jam; Monte Albán; Colosseum; Red Fort; Chichen Itza; Pantheon; Golden Temple; Tikal; Grand Canal; Taj Mahal; Machu Picchu; Parthenon; Mahabalipuram; Nasca; Knossos; Angkor Wat; Tiahuanaco; Pyramids of Giza; Potala Palace; Brasília; Abu Simbel; Borobodur; Clifton Suspension Bridge; St Catherine's Monastery; Great Wall of China; Stonehenge; Forbidden City; Alhambra; Djenné Mosque; Itsukushima shrine; Guggenheim Museum Bilbao; Great Zimbabwe; Todai-ji; Sagrada Família; Lalibela.
From Stonehenge to the Empire State Building, and from Angkor Wat to the Pyramids, this book surveys every continent to discover the most impressive, exotic and intriguing man-made wonders of the world.
Author: Hugh Thomson
Category: Architectural design
What was he saying ... that he was the greatest man in the world ? One student , just jokingly , stood up and said ' Sir , can you prove it ? We need proof , and we can expect proof from a man like you -- a logician , a professor .
Publisher: Diamond Pocket Books (P) Ltd.
"The Web and the Rock" by Thomas Wolfe. Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre. From well-known classics & literary fiction and non-fiction to forgotten−or yet undiscovered gems−of world literature, we issue the books that need to be read. Each Good Press edition has been meticulously edited and formatted to boost readability for all e-readers and devices. Our goal is to produce eBooks that are user-friendly and accessible to everyone in a high-quality digital format.
He wants to be the best man in the world, but it is a good world that he wants to be the best man in. He wants to be the greatest man on earth, but in the image of his mind and heart it is not among mean people, but among his compeers ...
Author: Thomas Wolfe
Publisher: Good Press
greatest men in his way , the world ever saw , or ever will , quite a jewel of a man , taken with a violent fit of the colic ; to - morrow the greatest shew this season ; prints , pictures , bronzes , butterfies , medals , and ...
Author: David Garrick
Scion of the Pittsburgh oil and banking family, William Larimer Mellon, Jr., was married, the father of three, and a successful rancher in Arizona when, at thirty-seven, he read a Life magazine article about Albert Schweitzer's "reverence for life" that guided his mission hospital in a remote area of Gabon, Africa. Mellon immediately wrote to the famous humanitarian in Lambarene, expressing admiration of Schweitzer's life of service and the wish to engage in similar work with his wife, Gwendolyn. Schweitzer's reply in March 1948 was alengthy letter of realistic encouragement. He wrote, '1 was very much moved upon reading your letter and felt a certain responsibility towards you . . . Do not delude yourself about how difficult it will be. . . .Be sure from the beginning that you have a sound foundation in practical things: physical examinations and the laboratory procedures for blood and urine. . . .One thing that will astound you coming from me: avoid specialized study intropical disease! ... What matters most is to have knowledge that is both basic and practical, solid and far-reaching." In time, Mellon received his medical degree from Tulane University and later established a well-equipped hospital in one of the poorest regions of Haiti, where, with his wife, hespent the rest of his life working as a physicianand a community development engineer.The hospital continues to thrive. Brothers in Spirit brings together sixty-five of the letters written between 1947 and Schweitzer's death in 1965. Presented here inboth English and the original French, they eloquentlytell the story of a comfortable lifeabandoned for the goal of serving humanity.
APPENDIX A From Life , 6 October 1947 “ The Greatest Man in the World ” That is what some people call Albert Schweitzer , jungle philosopher There is a small group of men today , mostly educators , who believe the title of " greatest ...
Publisher: Syracuse University Press
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Can the reading public imagine a less likely but more needed book than "Stories for Men"--a seventy-five-year- old anthology edited by Charles Grayson--written in an age when such a title would scarcely raise an eyebrow! Imagine a book about men in which the featured theme is "not "rapists, child abusers, or men who never weep, feel little sorrow, or prefer dog fighting to baseball. To say the least, this is a counter-cultural collective portrait necessary in today's politically correct world. The original editor, Charles Grayson, hit the nail on the head in his "explicit" opening remarks. "The only claim we make for this book is that it doesn't pretend to offer the best, or the finest, in the world's foremost short stories by contemporary masters. Simply it is just a bundle of yarns by present day American writers, each dealing with a different phase of the actions and activities of men, designed for good reading." The text fulfills its mission. The work features little known short stories by such major writers as Erskine Caldwell on racial relations, James M. Cain on murder, James T. Farrell on street life, Dashiell Hammett on men and divorce, Ring W. Lardner on baseball, Damon Runyon on football, William Saroyan on horseracing, Thomas Wolfe on travel, William Faulkner on foreigners, among many others. For readers interested in a slice of America, this will be a book of inestimable value as well as personal pleasure. Stories for Men will prove ideal.
Brand, a tall, powerfully built man, once a tackle at Rutgers, stepped forward, seized the greatest man in the world by his left shoulder and seat of pants, and pushed him out the window. “My God, he's fallen out the window!
Author: Charles Grayson
Publisher: Transaction Publishers
In 1913, Albert Schweitzer (1875-1965) left his internationally renowned career as a theologian, philosopher, and organ player to open a hospital in the jungles of Africa. There he developed in theory and practice his ethics of reverence for life. When he published his most important philosophical work, The Philosophy of Civilization, few people were serious about treating animals with dignity and giving any consideration to environmental issues. Schweitzer's urge was heard but not fully appreciated. One hundred years later, we are in a better position to do it. Predrag Cicovacki's book is a call to restore Schweitzer's vision. After critically and systematically discussing the most important aspects of the ethics of reverence for life, Cicovacki argues that the restoration of Schweitzer does not mean the restoration of any particular doctrine. It means summoning enough courage to reverse the deadly course of our civilization. And it also means establishing a way of life that stimulates striving toward what is the best and highest in human beings.
Arriving to the New World from an African jungle, he looked like a fossil from a bygone era. Yet this unique man fascinated people so much that the ... “The Greatest Man in the World” became “An Anachronism,” and “A White Hat ...
Author: Predrag Cicovacki
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA
South Africa, the man of whom Mr. Walter Lippman saicr" so vividly that, of all the peace conferences who signed the treaty in the famous Hotel of Mirrors ...
This is a classic reprint of a 1913 Christian publication (Pentecostal Church of the Nazarene). It's a broad ranging character building treatise that includes various topics, and the Contents page headings provide the following: THE PERFECT MAN, INDUSTRIAL LIFE, EDUCATIONAL LIFE, SOCIAL LIFE, POLITICAL LIFE, and RELIGIOUS LIFE.
A person genuinely educated feels, sympathizes, loves. ... It is not the prince, the general, the statesman, the poet, the king; the greatest man in the world is he who serves most, he who does the most good, scatters the most sunshine, ...
Author: REV. R. T. WILLIAMS
As seen on NBC, ABC, CBS, FOX, The Boston Globe, and The Miami Herald. Over a billion people love his true story. Do you? Life is a chain of trials. From infancy, to childhood, to adolescence, to adulthood and old age, struggles are everywhere throughout life. But it seems that struggle is growing in number and increasing in magnitude, a trend never seen before in history. We live in a world of wealth inequality, poverty, wide scale hunger, discrimination, exploitation, water shortages, pollution, drugs and addiction, global warming, obesity, wars, and so many other problems. What are we going to do? When will we change our situation? To solve the problems of today, we must focus on tomorrow. In order to change the world, change must first start from within ourselves. Change is a seed, nurtured through inspiration - inspiration in the examples of those who have succeeded before us. In the model businessman, the phenomenal philanthropists, the just military commanders, the influential political leaders, the beloved spouses, the nurturing parents, and the ultimate peacemakers. But are there actually figures from whom we can gain broad and deep inspiration to effectively bring about change? How many people have influenced their community, their country, their continent, and our world by simultaneously holding all of the roles mentioned? Is it even possible to find all of these positions held by a single person? What if I told you there was? What if you didn't have to look at thousands or hundreds or even ten figures to find all these traits? What if you could find all these qualities, what if you could find all this inspiration by looking at the life of just a single person? What if you could see, hear, understand, and carry out change from learning about a man who mastered all these roles plus more? What if I told you about The Greatest Man of All Time? He inspires over a billion people in the world today. In a time when ignorance, corruption, and violence were rampant in society, he guided people to knowledge, justice, and peace. In a time when his nation was divided, he brought an unparalleled level of unity within his state and across other nations. Although he acquired wealth and fortunes that go beyond the dreams of kings, he gave it all away in charity to the poor, hungry, and those in need...Does he inspire you?
As seen on NBC, ABC, CBS, FOX, The Boston Globe, and The Miami Herald.
Author: Adam Rahman
Publisher: Adam Rahman
The Congressional Record is the official record of the proceedings and debates of the United States Congress. It is published daily when Congress is in session. The Congressional Record began publication in 1873. Debates for sessions prior to 1873 are recorded in The Debates and Proceedings in the Congress of the United States (1789-1824), the Register of Debates in Congress (1824-1837), and the Congressional Globe (1833-1873)
ОР was as The Greatest Man in the World Churchill winked , and said : " All right , Codrington , I won't visit the bazaars . However , I would like you to know that I was not EXTENSION OF REMARKS planning to visit the bazaars for the ...
Author: United States. Congress
History Of Political Thought Covers Detailed Study Of Socialism And Democratic Socialism With All Its Forms Such As Fabian Socialism And Symbilcalism. Communism Based On Marxist Thinking Has Been Re-Interperted, Moulded And Amended By Lenin And Stalin In Russia And By Mao-Tse-Tung In China. Ideas Of These Thinkers Have Been Presented In This Book In A Very Simple And Lucid Language. Impact Of Anarchism, Fascism And Pluralism In Russia, Italy And Germany And Britain, Including Its Colonial Empire, Has Been Very Well Explained.Opinions Of Modern Thinkers Like Harold Laski, G.D.H. Cole And Bertrand Russell About New Political Traditions In The West Have Also Been Given In Brief.After Independence, Due To Great Impact Of Indian Political Thought All Over The World Including Indian Polity And Its People, Ideas Of Mahatma Gandhi, Sarvoyadaya And Of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru Have Been Described In This Book In A Comprehensive Manner.The Book Deals With Conflicting Political Ideas But Author Has Made An Attempt To Describe These Ideas With Objective Outlook In Easiest Possible Manner, In Order To Make It Useful To Students As Well As To Common Reader.
Really Mahatma Gandhi will be remembered as one of the greatest men which the world has ever produced . We believe in what Dr. John Hauges said , “ Gandhi was the greatest man in the world after Jesus Christ " , or as Sir .
Author: R.S. Chaurasia
Publisher: Atlantic Publishers & Dist
Category: Political science
Sato Haruo has been called one of the most representative writers of the Taisho era (1912-1926), a transitional period following Japan's monumental push toward modernization. Although he never identified himself as a modernist, Sato exhibited what some writers have identified as a characteristic of modernism: a complex net of contradictory impulses that embrace both the revolutionary and the conservative, revealing both an optimistic looking to the future and a pessimistic nostalgia for the past. Six stories of amazing diversity and two critical essays revealing the understated Japanese ideals of beauty make up this volume, all translated into English for the first time. Forming a sequel to the three stories published in Sato's The Sick Rose, these stories exhibit an extraordinary variety of themes and styles, ranging from poetic fairy tales to psychological portraits to who-done-it crime stories. The title story is a utopian dream of a better city, populated by ideal people, that vanishes in a mirage. Another tale portrays the loneliness of a man unsuccessful with women. A third embellishes a bare Basho haiku about the man next door. Here too are the dream ballad of a Chinese prince, the imaginary world of a mad Japanese artist in Paris, and the probing search for an opium-drugged murderer. Sato's critical essays that conclude this volume have their themes in an exploration of the sad beauty of impermanence, the nature of enlightenment, the awareness of self, the merging of the instant and the eternal, and the "self-indulgent, unrestrained beauty" of the Japanese language. This collection not only affords insights into the complexity of the work of a gifted writer, but also significantly broadens the perspective of the literary world of the Taisho period.
Grant then that the son she bears me will become the greatest man in the world.” Thus was Chen the Third's prayer to his star. THE 4th STANZA Tired from his reading and poetry writing for his senior licentiate examinations the next year ...
Author: Sato Haruo
Publisher: University of Hawaii Press
Category: Literary Criticism