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Unveiling the Garden of Love

Author : Lalita Sinha
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Epic love poems often share common thematic elements -love in union, love in separation, and love in reunion. This book investigates common threads and shared symbolism between the literary masterpieces The Story of Layla Majnun (written by Nizami in the Islamic Sufi tradition) and Gita Govinda (written by Jayadeva in the Hindu Bhaktic tradition). Book jacket.

Slate Creek Love Garden

Author : Bruce Wayne Niles
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This book was designed and written with three types of people in mind. First, the individual that likes a morally-based humorous relationships and light-easy reading.Second, the person that likes puzzles, twists and turns, plays on words, and is trying to anticipate where the author is going next. The book is designed in little sections with the hint of what may be coming in that section even though sometimes they are very bad hints. See if you can figure out how the hints fit in.And third, people may use it to spark small group discussions dealing with topics like, does our past make us what we are today? Morals, personal relationships, faith, seeing God's guidance, communicating with people, can we be happy in this life? Do we need to stand on someone's shoulders to stand out in a crowd?God bless and enjoy.

Garden of Love

Author : Amanda Hansen
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“Garden of Love” is a children’s book about a vegetable gardener who never gave up on her garden, and what came from it wasn’t just food but something to treasure for a lifetime.

The Garden of Love

Author : Mary Eleanor Wilson
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Widow Finola MacNamara needs a home—and a job. She’s no stranger to hard work, but faced with the dire prospect of being forced to work as a saloon girl, she finds work as a housekeeper for a Louisville banker with an ailing young son. Caring for the young lad helps her grieving heart to heal, and she even finds a secret place for the garden that will make her whole again. But has she also found love, as well? Widower Timothy Adams has already lost his wife, now he fears losing his son, too. He’s expecting the housekeeper he’s hired to be an old widow woman, but the lovely brunette who steps off the train isn’t what he was expecting. Before long, his young son is blossoming under Finola’s loving care and his house is soon feeling like a home again. But can the upstanding town banker truly have found love with his Irish housekeeper?

The Garden of Love

Author : Doreen Milstead
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This Is The Way, Walk In It: Lonely Emma Travels The Oregon Trail – A woman is torn away from a young man she likes and is made to travel with her family along the Oregon Trail to a new life in the west. The Widow And Her Cowboy - A woman runs away from her big city life, after stowing away with a man she had just met. He finds her later and they fall in love and are married. Their idyllic life is shattered one day and Rose has no idea what she’ll do to maintain her sanity.

The Nightingale in the Garden of Love

Author : Paul Ballanfat
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A detailed overview of the life and teachings of one of the great Ottoman Sufi masters, Mehmed Muhyiddin Uftade, is accompanied by an English translation of a collection of his religious poetry in this tribute to the Turkish and Persian spiritual traditions. Uftade's prominent role in the founding of the Jelvetiyye, one of the main dervish orders, his influence on Sultan Suleyman the Magnificent, and his instruction of renowned disciple 'Aziz Mahmud Hudayi, are carefully described alongside the faithfully rendered tenets of his spiritual teachings, augmented by firsthand accounts of his views translated from the journal of a disciple. Uftade's poetry employs simple, direct, and wonderfully human language to express the human yearning for the divine and the ups and downs of the spiritual path.

The Garden of God s Love

Author : Datayna Jordan
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The title of my book is about the universe and the world being a paradise that God has made for us because he loves all of us.

Lemons In The Garden of Love

Author : Ames Sheldon
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It’s 1977 and Cassie Lyman, a graduate student in women’s history, is struggling to find a topic for her doctoral dissertation. When she discovers a trove of drawings, suffrage cartoons, letters, and diaries at Smith College belonging to Kate Easton, founder of the Birth Control League of Massachusetts in 1916, she believes she has located her subject. Digging deeper into Kate’s life, Cassie learns that she and Kate are related—closely. Driven to understand why her family has never spoken of Kate, Cassie travels to Cape Ann to attend her sister’s shotgun wedding, where she questions her female relatives about Kate—only to find herself soon afterward in the same challenging situation Kate faced.

Scarlet and Nevaeh Bodhi the Garden of Love

Author : Kerry Clancey
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This book is dedication to all children and their parents around the world. Inspired by Scarlet Fink who is a 5 year old yogi and meditation student from Australia. Its a feel good story about spiritual connection, love and meditation. Our feelings matter! When we are not feeling good inside there are ways to help us feel good. Love and peace can over ride unwanted feelings and bring joy. Learn how to build self – love, eradicate negative behaviors and find golden gems for your spiritual treasure chest. Everyone should have a spiritual treasure chest. Our inner wisdom can be found when we meditate. Kerry and Scarlet share their love for life by feeling their inner child, dreaming, receiving and trusting inner guidance. Using our imagination and heart can bring us into loving feelings of great joy. No negative feelings can live in a body full of love. This is a children’s book about emotional meaning and inner child. A little girl wants to share her love and light to her family, friends and the world. Children are so connected to their inner spirit and have an inner knowing. We were all this once!

The Garden that I Love

Author : Alfred Austin
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Love Blooms Like Poppies In the Garden Four Historical Romances

Author : Doreen Milstead
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Minus Two Equals One Heart - A woman from England, missing an arm because of a birth defect, takes a chance on love to go out west and possibly marry a man with one leg. Mail Order Bride: Falling For The Mysterious Stranger On The Boat - An upper class Victorian woman decides to take the plunge after being widowed and travels to her mail order husband in Texas, with only her dog and her maid at her side; but when she meets a mysterious stranger on board the ship her whole world is suddenly turned upside down. Mail Order Bride: Far More Children Than Expected - When Ana signed up as a schoolteacher in California, she thought she was going to be working in a schoolhouse near Sacramento. Instead, it was a far more difficult task she would attempt to undertake. Getting Rid Of The Outlaw Husband, can be a tough job if you’re the sheriff of a small town where no one wants to join your posse to eliminate an outlaw, still married to the woman you love.

The Garden of Bright Waters One Hundred and Twenty Asiatic Love Poems

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The Garden of Love and Royal Flower of Fidelity a pleasant history Seventh edition with amendments and alterations by S N

Author : John REYNOLDS (Merchant, of Exeter.)
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Quicklet on Erik Larson s In the Garden of Beasts Love Terror and an American Family in Hitler s Berlin

Author : Arwen Lee Adams Bicknell
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ABOUT THE BOOK Erik Larson paints a compelling picture of 1933 Berlin, a time when Adolf Hitler was rising but did not yet hold absolute power and, in fact, few expected his government to survive. Larson explores the rise of Nazism from the perspective of the newly arrived U.S. ambassador and his family. William E. Dodd, a circumspect professor and unlikely candidate for Americas first ambassador to Nazi Germany, struggles with the protocol and conflicting demands of his heart, his nation, and his duty while his daughter, Martha, finds the social scene vibrant and thrilling. In time, they come to see the ugly truth about Hitler and his plans but even then their efforts to raise the alarm are largely discounted back home. MEET THE AUTHOR With degrees in journalism and history from the University of Southern California, Arwen Bicknell has worked on newspaper copydesks across the country for more than 20 years. In her free time she writes novels and tries to get them published. You can read her blog at arwenbicknell.com. EXCERPT FROM THE BOOK Protocol and promiscuity. These are the two angles from which Larson chooses to explore the power-grabbing days of Adolph Hitler leading up to the Night of the Long Knives, when Hitler purged his enemies and laid the last bit of groundwork to seize complete power in Germany. Tired of being overworked at the University of Chicago and in search of a sinecure, mild-mannered professor William E. Dodd historian, Jeffersonian Democrat and would-be author of the definitive work on the antebellum South instead lands in a job he is woefully ill-equipped to perform. Tapped to serve as the U.S. ambassador in Berlin, he packs up his family and together they all make the journey into a foreign land and an even more foreign culture: that of the diplomatic and political elite. Larson does a good job of balancing the diplomats headaches and blunders with the effusive enthusiasm of his socialite daughter, who manages to land as lovers several of the leading U.S. and German luminaries, from Carl Sandburg and Max Delbruck to Gestapo chief Rudolf Diels and Soviet spy Boris Winogradov. While the characters naivete is believable, that doesnt necessarily mean they are entirely likeable. William Dodds assessment of the situation appears credible, if sweetly foolish. Martha Dodd, on the other hand, comes off as almost obstinately flighty and shallow, and the fact that she turned her allegiances from Hitlers Nazis to Stalins Communists without appearing to have learned anything simply bolsters that impression. CHAPTER OUTLINE Quicklet on Erik Larson's In the Garden of Beasts: Love, Terror, and an American Family in Hitler's Berlin Erik Larson's In the Garden of Beasts: Love, Terror, and an American Family in Hitler's Berlin + About the Book + About the Author + An Overall Summary + Commentary and Summary + ...and much more

Garden of Love

Author : Suzanne Cruz Garcia
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Garden of Love is a short story about fighting for love and fighting for what's just. The Garden of Love is not only a place of romance but also a place of mystery. Ruthie Valentine is the one who can open the Garden of Love but only to be killed by her own cousin and destroyed the one thing the Valentines hold dear. The journey that each character with each other, as they fight for the ones they love and cared about dearly. Would they wake up from a horrible deception caused by an evil Enchantress? Would she be able to complete her mission now that the person she cares about fell under the Enchantress' spell. Garden of Love is the first series of the third series of Testarosa Short Stories. A lifelong dream now coming true.

Love s Garden

Author : Peggy Rowe-Ward
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A collection of real-life Buddhist love stories, with commentary and guided exercises for couples developed by Peggy Rowe-Ward and Larry Ward, senior students and ordained Dharma teachers in the tradition of Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh. These personal stories, from couples of a range of different ages and experiences, illustrate how Buddhist principles can help couples navigate any stage of their relationship. It took the authors some good living and good loving before they realized that the love that they were seeking was already present and available in the depths of their hearts and mind. Love does not depend on anything that is happening "Out There" and is not dependent on anything "he" or "she" might do. It depends on our own willingness to look within and to act. This insight is a result of practicing the teachings of the Buddha on right diligence and right effort. The authors have been studying and practicing with Zen master Thich Nhat Hanh and they are happy to report that the practices work. In "The practice is not difficult. We simply need to get in touch with and nourish the practices that are helping us to experience peace. And then we need to stop doing the things that keep us from experiencing peace." Larry Ward Foreword by Thich Nhat Hanh

Love in the Garden

Author : Jean-Pierre Otte
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A garden is a peaceful, beautiful sanctuary, but beneath its serene appearance is a seething hive of sex, violence, and treachery--among its flowers and insects, that is. Based on years of voyeuristic observation, Love in the Garden reveals intricate, humorous, and often horrifying intimate details about the frenzied sexual lives of garden flowers and insects. Written with a poetic fancy and with wit, and from a shamelessly anthropomorphic viewpoint, Love in the Garden delights in the ingenuity and variety of the sexual tactics of insects and flowers. The bee orchid, for instance, attracts male bees by duplicating the scent emitted by female bees during mating season. A gullible male arrives and searches excitedly for the non-existent female opening. Then, a second male arrives, mistakes the first male for a female, and, as they wrestle and wiggle furiously, the bee orchid is pollinated. In the realm of insects, sex is often accompanied with violence and in some cases, even cannibalism. Take the notorious female praying mantis: in the midst of the sexual act, she beheads her enraptured male partner, who carries on though headless, while she devours him bite by bite. Love in the Garden does not aim to enrich the scientific knowledge of its reader. Instead, it hopes to involve the reader, through sexuality and all forms of sensation, in the turbulence of life.

Tonight My Love in the Garden

Author : Julie Callinicos
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Love makes a Man As performed at the Theatre Royal Covent Garden Printed from the prompt book With remarks by Mrs Inchbald

Author : Colley Cibber
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Love in a Village As performed at the Theatre Royal Covent Garden Printed from the prompt book With remarks by Mrs Inchbald

Author : Isaac Bickerstaff
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