Meditation Near Me
Whatever paths your life has taken, you have now turned a corner and find yourself near where God has prepared a place for you. Soon you will open the gate, amble up the walk, open the door, and find yourself home. So begin these seven calm and comforting meditations, meant to be read by or to those who are drawing near to death. This brief but powerful booklet offers a sense of peace and acceptance, and raises gentle questions to help resolve unfinished business.
This book has 25 different mesmerizing drawings of beautiful women to color. Due to many requests from our customers, we have added doubles of each image for you to experiment with and see how different color choices will change the final look of the picture. Coloring is a helpful way to cope with physical and mental stress/tension while having fun and allowing yourself to be creative and artistic! Relax and enjoy coloring these 50 drawings of women as well as read and color beautifully framed inspiring quotes also found in this book. Live the kind of life that you want and deserve!
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Out from the silence, a lone tramp raises his frail voice in song Jesus blood never failed me yet, this one thing I know, for he loves me so. Originally recorded as footage for a documentary that was never released, this unidentified man's voice serves as both a backdrop and a centerpiece for Gavin Bryars' touching but challenging epic, running over 74 minutes in length. Some critics prefer the out-of-print 1975 recording (released on Brian Eno's Obscure Records label) because it was shorter, though Bryars' personally felt limited by the time restrictions of vinyl pressings. When compact discs hit the scene, he set about to lengthen and re-orchestrate the piece and make the most of the format. This newer version on Point Music still inches along gracefully enough, but over time listeners may identify more and more with the hobo's fatigue. The field recording of the old man is quoted to be a favorite of junkyard minstrel Tom Waits, who shows up here near the finale of the piece to sing alongside and around the tramp in unison and in counter melodies. In the final minutes, Waits is left to sing alone with high strings, only to wander off into the cavernous darkness from which the piece came. This melancholy and repetitive disc may test the patience as it wears on, though Bryars squeezes every drop of sweetness he can into the slowly shifting score. It is said that no matter how many different ways you paint a house, it is still essentially the same house. Here, it is the hobo's verse that holds the piece together, but ironically it's also the thing that keeps it from taking flight with its relentless constancy; it is repeated over 150 times. The meditative and haunting qualities this disc should have run dry quickly, but if the concept of this piece is intriguing, turn instead to Bryars' far superior piece, The Sinking of the Titanic, for a more rewarding experience. ~ Glenn Swan
Alfred Music Publishing is the world s largest educational music publisher. Alfred produces educational, reference, pop, and performance materials for teachers, students, professionals, and hobbyists spanning every musical instrument, style, and difficulty level. One of the most successful composers and arrangers of hymns for organ is James Pethel. He offers this collection of arrangements of four familiar hymns that organists from nearly all denominations will find useful again and again. Titles are: Grace Greater Than Our Sins (Moody) * The Gift of Love * Holy Spirit, Breathe on Me (Truett) * The Master Hath Called Us (Ash Grove). All are playable by the moderate-level organist. Congregations are sure to be moved by these settings.
Theodore Roethke 's poem, The Waking , is open to a variety of interpretations. I see it as positive, a hint, good advice: take things calmly, whatever events are before you, take each day as it comes, and keep on keeping on. just keep putting one foot in front of the other, learning by mistakes and from nature. The poem, in villanelle pattern, has a kind of musical rhythm. I wake to sleep, and take my waking slow. I feel my fate in what I cannot fear. I learn by going where I have to go. We think by feeling. What is there to know. I hear my being dance from ear to ear. I wake to sleep, and take my waking slow. And learn by going where I have to go. Light takes the Tree. I wake to sleep, and take my waking slow. Great Nature has another thing to do. To you and me, so take the lively air,. And, lovely, learn by going where to go. This shaking keeps me steady. I should know. And is near. I wake to sleep, and take my waking slow. I learn by going where I have to go. Theodore Roethke, Pulitzer Prize-winning American poet, was born on 25 May, 1908 in Saginaw, Michigan. The death of his father and suicide of his uncle when Theodore was just 15 must have been engraved in memory and triggered a dark melancholy reflected in some of his poems. His poetry must have acted as an escape valve. He was also an alcoholic - a less productive escape valve. just as it wrote the poems. Whatever he did was an aspect of the same insatiable will to conquer self and art and others. If you managed to beat him by cunning and luck, you could not expect to be congratulated. he was more likely to smash his racket across his knees. After the steady deterioration of his body had forced him to abandon the game—his knees in particular gave out—he retreated into croquet and badminton, which he played with the same rapture and schrecklichkeit His Gemini Sun with Moon, almost... It's Pluto exactly conjunct natal Mercury, also in Gemini, which I suspect relates to the darker side of his poetry, and his nature. Mars, Neptune and Venus in Cancer reflect a deep sensitivity which must have made the tragedies in his young years even harder to cope with. I don't have a time of birth for him, but it's possible that Moon and serious Saturn were conjoined as well as Mercury/Pluto. The uncomfortable square aspects from Uranus and Mars to Saturn must be reflections of the emotional difficulties brought on by his life history's saddest moments. Also answers to Ann or Annie or even Twilight Annie (sounds like a character from Dickens - or Damon Runyan. ) British-born, living in the USA since 2004, US citizen since 2008. Self-taught non-professional dabbler in astrology, which took up most of the blog-space here from Aug. 2006 to Aug. The blog now covers more general topics, along with occasional astrology- related posts. Archives can be accessed easily via links in the sidebar. Source: Learning Curve on the Ecliptic
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