Όλοι είμαστε υπεύθυνοι για τις πράξεις μας αλλά και για τον αντίχτυπο των πράξεων μας. Όποια επιλογή και αν κάνουμε ο αντίχτυπος της θα επηρεάσει άμεσα αυτούς που αγαπάμε, είτε κάνοντας τους υπερήφανους για εμάς, είτε πληρώνοντας και αυτοί τα δικά μας λάθη. Αν η κόλαση ή παράδεισος θα μπορούσαν να ξεκινήσουν από την γη, τότε σίγουρα θα τελείωναν και κάπου αλλού.
Για αυτό η δύναμη της συγχώρεσης είναι το μεγαλύτερο μάθημα στην ζωή του κάθε ανθρώπου. Γιατί όλοι μας έχουμε αυτή την ανάγκη, αλλά πόσο προκλητικά ξεχνάμε να την προσφέρουμε;
A very educative and compelling read! This is the second collection in bestselling author King Samuel Benson's 'Tales by Twilight' children book series, a collection of African folktales aimed at helping young readers understand the hidden secrets and motivation behind the African beliefs and culture. In these three short tales, King Samuel Benson imbibes a wealth of knowledge, unbiased sentiments and a heart-touching relativity, all in a unique writing style that not only educates you but also thrills and entertains you. To understand why newly born babies can't talk and lots more other mysteries that seem too overwhelming to the human mind, this book is a must-read! - EbooksReloaded.com Reviews Why Newly Born Babies Can't Talk and Other Stories are folk stories that are as old as time itself. They have been carefully re-written to suit a more modern audience. Clearly written, easy to understand, and immensely entertaining. These short tales take you through a plethora of emotions and leaves you feeling well-refreshed and informed at the end.
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Sang Froid, i.e. Cold Blood! The ability to stay calm in difficult or even dangerous situations... as exhibited by French sleuth Joseph Rouletabille aboard the transiberian "Horror Express..".
Or martial arts master Caine and Jed Puma confronted by an insane plan to seize the Wild Wild West... Not to forget the great warlock Quentin Moretus Cassave coming face to face with the Dark Gods, Doctor Omega determined to solve a most enigmatic temporal murder, SAr Dubnotal battling Dracula, and Sir Wilfred Ivanhoe sworn to defeat the evil Bishop of Aquila... All this, plus the return of FantOmas, the People of the Pole and the Enchanted City of Africa, Vampires in Berlin and Los Angeles, and a host of Frankenstein Monsters! In this thirteenth volume of Tales of the Shadowmen, the only anthology dedicated to international heroes and villains of pulp literature, writers from Canada, England, France and the United States, pay homage to those great champions and master criminals who enchanted our adolescence.
"Isfahan is half the world" was the proud boast of the 17th-century capital of Persia, established as the new political centre of the country by Shah Abbas I shortly after his accession to the throne in 1588. One of the many travellers attracted to Persia by these claims was Jean Chardin, a young French jeweller who spent a total of 10 years in Isfahan. During this time, he became intimately familiar with the city, its markets, shops, and workplaces; he was invited into people's houses and entertained; he visited gardens and participated in hunts; his knowledge of Court affairs was extensive; and he travelled hundreds of miles, all over the country, visiting other towns and villages. His journals are a source of information for all interested in Middle Eastern history. They also provide a portrait of life both at court and among humble artisans in 17th century Persia. First published as "Chardin's Voyages", this edited collection includes a comprehensive introduction with a biography of Chardin and a description of Iran in the mid-17th-century, placing the writing in its historical context.
This book examines the surprisingly active, creative work of quiltmakers during the Great Depression and explores what rural and city quiltmakers had in common as well as their differences. Seventy color illustrations. Indexed.
There is a hint of the wicked about Julian d’Alveda, a darkness that fascinates pretty student Chloe Anthony.
Keen to learn more about his scandalous activities, she joins him at Candle Street Hall in Norfolk, a house with a reputation darker still. Once there, she quickly finds herself drawn in like a moth to a flame, first as his lover, and then rather more as the full scope of his strange obsessions and desires becomes clear.
This extensively researched book illuminates many of the enigmas that have surrounded the Nazi invasion of the Soviet Union, offering keen insights into Stalin’s thinking and the reasons for his catastrophic blunder. “If, after the war, the Soviet Union had somehow been capable of producing an official inquiry into the catastrophe of 6/22—comparable in its mandate to the 9/11 commission here—its report might have read a little like [this book]. . . . Murphy brings to his subject both knowledge of Russian history and an insider’s grasp of how intelligence is gathered, analyzed and used—or not.”—Niall Ferguson, New York Times Book Review "A fascinating and meticulously researched account of mistaken assumptions and errors of judgment that culminated in Hitler’s invasion of Russia in June 1941. Never before has this fateful period been so fully documented."—Henry A. Kissinger