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.
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An astounding and brilliant memoir, A.A. Gill's Pour Me a Life is a riveting meditation on the author's alcoholism, seen through the lens of the memories that remain, and the transformative moments that saved him from a lifelong addiction and early death. Best known for his hysterically funny and often scathing restaurant reviews for the London Sunday Times, journalist Adrian Gill writes about his near-fatal alcoholism in this extraordinary lucid memoir. By his early twenties, at London?s prestigious Saint Martin?s art school, Gill was entrenched in his addiction. He writes from the handful of memories that remain, of drunken conquests with anonymous women, of waking to morbid hallucinations, of emptying jacket pockets that? were like tiny crime scenes,? helping him puzzle his whereabouts back together. Throughout his recollections, Gill traces his childhood, his early diagnosis of dyslexia, the deep sense of isolation when he was sent to boarding school at age eleven, the disappearance of his only brother, whom he has not seen for decades. When Gill was confronted at age thirty by a doctor who questioned his drinking, he answered honestly for the first time, not because he was ready to stop, but because his body was too damaged to live much longer. Gill was admitted to a thirty-day rehab center?then a rare and revolutionary concept in England?and has lived three decades of his life sober. Written with clear-eyed honesty and empathy, Pour Me a Life is a haunting account of addiction, its exhilarating power and destructive force, and is destined to be a classic of its kind.
Very Near Fine: shows the mildest rubbing; former bookseller's rubber-stamp at front endpaper; else flawless. Binding square and secure; text clean. Virtually 'As New'. NOT a Remainder. NOT a Book-Club Edition. NOT an Ex-Library copy. 8vo. 146pp. Translated by Tom Graham. Introduction by John McRae. First Edition Thus , Second Printing. Trade Paperback. It is an excellent book for anyone who wishes to deepen one's spiritual cultivation. It emphasizes on the importance the three trainings i.e. morality, meditation and wisdom to be practiced concurrently. After reading and reflecting on the knowledge that I have benefitted from this book, it has helped me in my daily meditation practice. It is my opinion that anyone who wishes to practice meditation seriously should read this book and reflect on it, as no happiness surpasses inner peace.
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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