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Engaging and sobering. Traces the development of Yizkor from the original memorializing of Jewish communities destroyed by the Crusaders to the touching service we have today, and reflects on how we remember both personal losses and the martyrs of history.
She can’t remember him… But he can’t forget her! Workaholic Harry Moran spent the most amazing night of his life with enigmatic Holly Weston, before she completely disappeared. Now months later Holly’s back—with a baby bump and no memory of him! Her accident-induced amnesia has left Holly with so many questions, the biggest one being: Who is her baby’s father? Could this handsome stranger be the key to uncovering the missing pieces of her memory…and her heart? “Ms. Hardy has written a very sweet novel…. She does great character development…this is a good heartstring novel that will have you embracing happiness in your heart.” —Harlequin Junkie on Christmas Bride for the Boss “This was such a gentle, romantic read - the perfect Harlequin Romance novel…I highly recommend.” —Goodreads on The Runaway Bride and the Billionaire
Being kidnapped, raped and betrayed Chelseas leash for life is almost paper thin. But along comes a man who will almost force her to insanity to erase her dreadful past. Will Patricks trick work or will her past become her future as well
When a woman with amnesia is targeted by a killer, she must turn to the man she could never forget in this inspirational romantic thriller. After a gunshot wound to the head, Ella Camden is not only struggling to recover, but to remember the events surrounding her injury. She knows she’s being targeted. She just doesn’t know who’s after her—or why. With her own family doubting her story, Ella turns to the only man she knows she can trust: ex-love and security expert Roman DeHart. Roman let her go once. This time he’ll do whatever it takes to make sure she stays alive—and his—forever.
“Show me Heaven! I have seen hell.” —Patricia Neal Larry King, world-famous radio and television personality, has asked the talented, the beautiful, the wise, and the rich a question all of us have pondered: How would you like to be remembered after your death? The result is REMEMBER ME WHEN I'M GONE, an entertaining and eloquent collection of “last words” from people in the arts, in politics, in sports, and in business, mostly still alive. In telling and moving reflections, often leavened by self-deprecating humor, these celebrities look back on their lives, their ambitions, their mistakes, and their accomplishments. The contributions range from pithy one-liners by Yogi Berra (“It’s over.”), Dave Barry, George Carlin, and Liz Smith (“Excuse my dust!”); to inspired sketches by Stephen King and Peter Falk; to candid reflections from Don Shula, Fred Rogers, and Chevy Chase; to hilarious rants from Margaret Cho and Tommy Lee; and a last request by Arthur Hailey. Often surprising and always memorable, REMEMBER ME WHEN I'M GONE is a timeless collection by stars who will live on forever.
Faith, hope—and charity! Nothing exciting ever happened to Charity. Her job as a hospital secretary was hectic but routine. Even the man everyone expected her to marry was safe, reliable and dull. There surely had to be more to life. So, when professor Jake Wyllie-Lyon offered her the chance to work for him, Charity didn't hesitate to accept.The job was everything she had dreamed of—and so was Jake! But there Charity's problems really began….
Otto Robert Frisch took part in some of the most momentous developments in modern physics, notably the discovery of nuclear fission (a term which he coined). His work on the first atom bomb, which he saw explode in the desert “like the light of a thousand suns”, brought him into contact with figures such as Robert Oppenheimer, Edward Teller, Richard Feynman and the father of electronic computers, John von Neumann. He also encountered the physicists who had made the great discoveries of recent generations: Einstein, Rutherford and Niels Bohr. This characterful book of reminiscences sheds an engagingly personal light on the people and events behind some of the greatest scientific discoveries of this century, illustrated with a series of fascinating photographs and witty sketches by the author himself. “This is a happy book, from which the author's personality and his enjoyment of physics, of music, of life, emerges clearly. It is also a portrait of the pre-War world of physics, of days of small numbers and small apparatus, of times when a physicist could think of an ingenious experiment today and set it up tomorrow.” — Rudolf Peierls, Nature “In writing a charming, light-hearted cameo of his life and times as a scientist, Professor Frisch has revealed more about science than many authors with greater pretensions. This is a book that deserves to be read, and will be enjoyed, by a wide audience.” — The Economist “Despite his modest title, what Frisch ‘manages to remember’ is quite impressive. He loved to tell stories and his many vignettes of his associates... include nearly every outstanding physicist who worked in nuclear physics.” — Science “In the straightforward narrative style he developed writing lay treatments of modern physics, Frisch recounts his memories of significant men and events in the history of physics between 1920 and 1960... Frisch tells his stories well...” — Robert W. Seidel,Isis, A Journal of the History of Science Society
A group of thugs storms the Beaumont Hotel, and only Pierre Chambrun can stop the chaos There has been trouble in Central Park. Free concerts given on the great lawn have been ending in upheaval as gangs of toughs maraud through the crowd with bats, chains, and knives—taking what they want and crushing those who stand in their way. During a performance by red-hot diva Donna Ward, the park is peaceful. But afterward, the horde descends on the Beaumont Hotel, smashing the bar and storming the elevators in search of beautiful things to steal or destroy. In the chaos, someone takes three shots at Victoria Haven, the onetime beauty queen who has, for decades, occupied the penthouse. After the throng is expelled from the premises, manager Pierre Chambrun tries to discover who would want to kill this harmless old glamour girl. But his investigation is about to be upended—for the riot is only the beginning of his trouble.
Exploring past lives can be helpful in resolving a current issue that seems to be repeating itself throughout your life; or, is creating a block that keeps you from fulfilling your dreams and desires. When our soul considers a new incarnation, the accomplishments of other lifetimes are reviewed to determine if there is more to be learned. On a soul level, we strive to understand all aspects of a lesson, from the most challenging to the most positive. When a particular lesson is incomplete, your soul may choose another lifetime to complete that lesson. If you have been considering past life work, these short stories of my own journey may provide insight for your choices.