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Light Force

Author : Brother Andrew
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Brother Andrew's ministry began with smuggling Bibles behind the Iron Curtain. His phenomenally successful book God's Smuggler was born from that mission. But as communism in Eastern Europe declined, Brother Andrew shifted his focus to strengthening the Christian church within the Islamic world. In a time when a mass exodus of Christians has drained the Middle East of God's light, Brother Andrew headed into this war-torn land to bring hope and encouragement to those who remained. Light Force recounts the continuing saga of Brother Andrew's most recent mission. Through dramatic true stories, readers get an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at real people affected by the centuries-old conflicts in this volatile part of the world. Now readers can join Brother Andrew and fellow Open Doors missionary Al Janssen in their quest to strengthen God's light in the Middle East. These gripping accounts of Christians caught in the crossfire will captivate readers everywhere.

Living the Life Force

Author : Nicholas Vesey
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This book is a ‘primer’ on spirituality for those reluctant to join anything. Those who end up on yoga mats, in coffee bars or in airport lounges wondering what life is about, but not wanting to ‘get involved’. It confronts the question of whether there is or there is not a ‘Life-Force’ (and if so how to relate to it) in a ‘gonzo’ style that is irreligious and yet suggests at a latent spirituality, engaging the reader through appealing to their own experience, rather than the beliefs that they might hold. The first half of the book poses various questions about how one co-operates with that Life-Force: looking at evolution as a function of consciousness, highlighting the rise of global consciousness and suggesting how the individual can play a part in making a better world through empathy and compassion using ‘Emotional Photosynthesis’. The second half of the book takes the form of a memoir using the different stages of consciousness - Infant, Magical, Mythical, Rational, Visionary and Soul - to explore the practical reality of what it means to ‘Live the Life-Force’.

Life Force for Beginners

Author : Harry Eilenstein
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Life force is one of the central concepts in magic, but it is usually used only associatively and, while filled with many feelings, is rarely really defined precisely. In this book, the life force is examined in detail and described in terms of what it could be - and also what it cannot be. There are many questions about this subject - and trying to answer them leads to much sharper contours of the life force. Some of these research questions are: Is the life force a force or a substance? Where is the life force actually located? What is its relationship to consciousness and matter? What is its relationship to analogies? What do we see in clairvoyance? Why is there no independent life-force perception - something like seeing by the eye, hearing by the ear, smelling by the nose? Why does the life force organize itself in the structure of the chakra system? And why is there the same structure in a solar system?


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Author : Nick Armbrister
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This is Nick Armbrister's third collection of poems and his fourth book. It has poems that didn't make his first two collections due to a variety of reasons. He didn't think some of his early poems were up to standard; these he edited and rewrote; some poetry was too personal in nature, like relationship ones. Also, poetry that repeated the same subject matter never made the first two books. In later years, after re-reading his poetry, Nick decided to bring all of his remaining unpublished work together in this new volume - poems written during the years 1996-2008. The work changes in depth, quality and subject matter and most of the poems have never been published before. Nick continues his passionate, multi-emotional and often left-of-centre work in these poems. Nick has always been drawn to the weird and wonderful. While his poems are often simple and brittle, they make a graphic and powerful impact that cuts like broken glass.

Light Matter Interaction

Author : John Weiner
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Light-matter interaction is pervasive throughout the disciplines of optical and atomic physics, condensed matter physics, electrical engineering, and now increasingly in biology and medicine with frequency and length scales extending over many orders of magnitude. Deep earth and sea communications use frequencies of a few tens of Hz, and X-ray imaging requires sources oscillating at hundreds of petaHz. This book provides advanced undergraduates, graduate students and researchers from diverse disciplines with the principal tools required to understand and contribute to rapidly advancing developments in light-matter interaction, centred at optical frequencies and length scales from a few hundred nanometres to a few hundredths of a nanometre. This book deploys an arsenal of powerful analytic tools to render this multidisciplinary subject in unique form, not encountered in standard Physics or Electrical Engineering text books. This new edition has been substantially expanded with almost 200 pages of new material. Several new and extended chapters treat momentum flow between fields and matter, metamaterials, and atom-optical forces applied to atomic and molecular cooling and trapping.


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Army Light Infantry Division

Author : United States. Congress. House. Committee on Appropriations. Subcommittee on Department of Defense
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Enhancing Performance in Light Infantry Digital Tactical Operation Centers

Author : Scott E. Graham
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"At the request of the Commanding General, U.S. Army Infantry Center, this report assesses whether current digitization efforts for the light forces are addressing the specific needs of light forces, as opposed to more simply migrating heavy/mechanized digital solutions to light platforms. Twelve Infantry leaders, selected by the Chief, Dismounted Battlespace Battle Lab, provided information: the most critical digital concerns for light Infantry; differences between light and heavy tactical operations centers (TOCs); battle captain requirements; modifications of light infantry tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs) resulting from digitization; and 'soldier as a platform' requirements. The most frequently mentioned light Infantry TOC concern was the need for user-friendly, information management capabilities that will allow: situational awareness of friendly and enemy units, more accurate and simpler battle tracking, and integrated access to information across battlefield operating systems. Responses also indicate significant efforts must be made to minimize information overload. New training programs, TTPs, and automated tools must be developed to permit fall utilization of new digital capabilities. The new digital systems must be lightweight, durable, and maintainable, and contain reliable communication links with adequate bandwidth. Relevant results from the Warrior Focus and Focused Dispatch Advanced Warfighting Experiments are also summarized."--DTIC.

A Historical Perspective on Light Infantry

Author : Scott Ray McMichael
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Lesson Planning for Elementary Physical Education

Author : Shirley A Holt/Hale
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Elementary school physical educators looking for expert guidance in designing lessons that are aligned with SHAPE America’s National Standards and Grade-Level Outcomes need look no further. Lesson Planning for Elementary Physical Education works in tandem with SHAPE America’s National Standards & Grade-Level Outcomes for K-12 Physical Education and The Essentials of Teaching Physical Education to provide the knowledge base and practical strategies for creating high-quality elementary physical education curricula. Key Benefits Written by master teachers and edited by the team who oversaw the creation of the National Standards and Grade-Level Outcomes, Lesson Planning for Elementary Physical Education is endorsed by SHAPE America. The text has the following features: • 65 lessons that foster the achievement of physical literacy for children in grades K-5 • Numerous learning experiences that engage students in the psychomotor, cognitive, and affective domains • Curriculum design based on student growth • Sequential lessons leading to mature patterns of motor performance • An introductory chapter on the key points for the grade span, putting the lessons in context and providing a road map for planning curriculum, units, and lessons • Instruction on creating high-quality lessons that reach the desired objectives Flexible Lessons Teachers can use the lessons as presented or modify them to meet local needs. The lessons provide a structure for teachers to follow in developing their own learning experiences and curricula. For PE majors and minors, the lessons provide the ideal starting point in learning how to plan and deliver effective lessons to become proficient teachers, not just managers of activity. In addition, all lessons and learning experiences reflect best practices in instruction and include scripted cues. The text shows readers how to effectively develop their own lessons—and teachers can use those lessons to show their administrators that their program is designed to meet the specific outcomes developed by SHAPE America. Web Resource Lesson Planning for Elementary Physical Education is supported by a web resource that contains digital versions of all the lesson plans in the book. Teachers can access the lesson plans through a mobile device, and they can download the plans to use later or to print. Overview of Contents Part I of the text offers readers a solid foundation in lesson planning. The authors explore the elements of planning lessons for student learning, show how to meet the National Standards and Grade-Level Outcomes, and guide readers in making the most of every lesson. In part II, readers have access to K-5 lesson plans in health-related fitness, movement concepts, locomotor skills, nonlocomotor skills, and manipulative skills for elementary physical education. Lesson Structure Each lesson corresponds to a category of the outcomes. In addition, the lessons provide deliberate, progressive practice tasks and integrate appropriate assessments for evaluating and monitoring student progress and growth. Great for Current and Future Elementary Teachers Lesson Planning for Elementary Physical Education offers teachers the tools and resources they need in order to guide students toward physical literacy and physically active lifestyles throughout their adult lives. And it does so by aligning with SHAPE America’s National Standards and Grade-Level Outcomes. As such, this is a great resource for both current and future elementary physical education and classroom teachers.

Military Review

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Professional Journal of the United States Army

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Battle Staff Training and Synchronization in Light Infantry Battalions and Task Forces

Author : Thomas J. Thompson
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United States Army Combat Forces Journal

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Field Artillery

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Author : Kofi Kissi Dompere
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The modern works on African philosophy have not been integrated and fully connected to Africa's antiquity in order to provide a foundational unity for further intellectual refinement. The philosophical dimensions of humanism, Nkrumah's concept of categorial conversion, African concepts of duality, polarity, unity, continual creation and democratic ideals must be shown their African-centered origins. In considering African philosophy, there arise conceptual and logical gaps that require the development of fundamental cognitive unity from the available data with judicious interpretation and restructuring in order to define the parameters of African philosophical unity that will allow these gaps to be closed for intellectual continuity. This monograph is devoted to the establishment of the foundations for the development of Africa's intellectual continuity and cognitive unity from antiquity to the present. Its main premise is that there is African philosophy with its own method of reasoning, analysis and synthesis. The monograph initiates self-contained philosophical foundations for African intellectual unity that is required to support African cultural unity, African personality, African essence and humanism needed for the creation of Greater Africa that is implied by African Union. These philosophical foundations, it is argued, formed the thinking system for Africa's social construct, law, economics, politics and governance of empires, kingdoms and social units that have come to pass. These philosophical foundations constitute the thinking system that must guide current and future Africa's socioeconomic dynamics. The monograph discusses also Africa's contributions to the global intellectual heritage by showing the relationships among foundations of African philosophical tradition and other philosophical systems that lead to rediviva Africana. It presents the principles of cognitive unity and continuity on the held position that without clearly developed Africa's philosophical foundations from its antiquity providing intellectual unity and cognitive continuity complete emancipation of Africa will be a mere mimicking of intellectual faults of other nations and philosophical systems. The research by African scholars and others on specific philosophical thoughts from different areas of Africa is useful materials that must be integrated into cognitive unity by accepting those that fit and rejecting those that do not fit by a defined logical process. Mindful of this, a case is thus made in this monograph for African cognitive unity and supporting reasoning methods. The system of ideas and perceptive interpretations of relevant data is, here, referred to as Africentricity, and its philosophical foundations that project thought as polyrhythmicity while the study of logic of reasoning about methodological and epistemic problems of polyrhythmicity and Africentricity is referred to as polyrhythmics. On practical level these philosophical foundations are shown to support the conceptual basis of Nguzo Saba (the Seven Principles of Kwanzaa). The monograph would be of interest to philosophers in general, professionals, researchers and students engaged in African philosophy, African studies, Black studies, socio-political philosophy and those interested in knowing the thinking system on the basis of which African essence arises and African social formations were constructed and governed from antiquity.

Optics Light and Lasers

Author : Dieter Meschede
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Starting from the concepts of classical optics, Optics, Light and Lasers introduces in detail the phenomena of linear and nonlinear light matter interaction, the properties of modern laser sources, and the concepts of quantum optics. Several examples taken from the scope of modern research are provided to emphasize the relevance of optics in current developments within science and technology. The text has been written for newcomers to the topic and benefits from the author's ability to explain difficult sequences and effects in a straightforward and easily comprehensible way. To this second, completely updated and enlarged edition, new chapters on quantum optics, quantum information, matter waves, photonic fibres and materials have been added, as well as more than 100 problems on laser physics and applied optics.

Pleiadian Initiations of Light

Author : Christine Day
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In Pleiadian Initiations of Light, Christine Day offers her renowned healing energy work, enabling readers to birth a new self, free of fear and pain, no matter where they are on their lives’ paths. Through these steps and initiations, you will be empowered to access personal answers and make positive, healing changes in your life. Whether you are a beginner or a more experienced energy worker, Day coaches you through each step, teaching you the physical, emotional, and spiritual components of each initiation. Pleiadian Initiations of Light gives you a direct connection to the Pleiadians and a direct experience with them. You have the opportunity to work first-hand with some basic Pleiadian processes and to begin to form your own personal relationship with them. This book holds unique energies that are transmitted to you for your initiation. As human beings we are ‘perfectly imperfect.’ This is the only book that holds these frequencies of initiation and makes it possible for you to awaken through them. With Day’s guidance, you will learn how to access answers for yourself, and more importantly, how to make real changes in your life.

National Security for a New Era

Author : Donald M. Snow
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Analyzes the history, evolution, and processes of national security policies This text examines national security from two fundamental fault lines-the end of the Cold War and the 9/11 terrorist attacks-and considers how the resulting era of globalization and geopolitics guides policy. Placing this trend in conceptual and historical context and following it through military, semi-military, and non-military concerns, National Security for a New Era treats its subject as a nuanced and subtle phenomenon that encompasses everything from the nation to the individual.