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Sojourn Pdf/ePub eBook Author: ,
Editor: Wizards of the Coast
ISBN: 0786954035
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Now in paperback, the third installment in the classic tales of the Legend of Drizzt. When a lone drow emerges from the Underdark into the blinding light of day, the Forgotten Realms world will be changed forever. From the Paperback edition.


Sojourn Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Gina Lake
Editor: Gina Lake
ISBN: 1463781180
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Sojourn by Gina Lake Summary

Through past-life stories, Sojourn illustrates how karma and reincarnation work, and how the soul delivers lessons, heals psychological wounds, and develops talents over the course of our many lifetimes. It also describes the stages of evolution and the unique perceptions, lessons, and contributions of each stage, and how soul age affects how we parent, what we enjoy doing, our choice of work, and our relationships. The stories and information were given to Gina Lake by her inner teacher.

Desert Sojourn

Desert Sojourn Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Debi Holmes-Binney
Editor: Seal Press
ISBN: 1580054188
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Desert Sojourn by Debi Holmes-Binney Summary

At age 31, having left a stifling decade-long marriage, Debi Holmes-Binney set off alone into the harsh Utah desert to find direction and spiritual renewal. Armed with only basic supplies and her writing journals, she planned to spend forty days and nights alone; what followed was an extended sojourn in a place by turns physically terrifying, psychologically invigorating, and gloriously beautiful. Desert Sojourn is a wonderfully fresh, perceptive, and moving account of self-discovery that will appeal to both physical and spiritual adventurers.


Sojourn Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Charles Meyers
Editor: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1796023620
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The murders of his beloved sisters, Eleanora and Leonora, outside the brothels in Évora, Portugal, caused Dr. Heitor Nunes to seek bloody revenge upon the Portuguese government of King João III, fervent supporters of the Catholic Church’s Inquisition and auto-da-fes begun in Lisbon in 1536. His lust for blood was tempered by his love for Leonor, youngest daughter of Dr. Enrique Pessoa, doctor and head of the Safe House network in Lisbon that sent Jews to Barbary and religious freedom in 1545. Amidst the burnings of secret Jews, Protestants and foreigners at auto-da-fes led by the murderous Inquisition seeking to purify the land, their love endured and grew with a burning intensity that even death could not diminish.


Sojourn Pdf/ePub eBook Author: W. Vance Grace
Editor: WestBow Press
ISBN: 1449793649
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Sojourn by W. Vance Grace Summary

Increasing numbers of people in our culture, particularly middle-aged men, are finding that the things they worked for over the past two decades are simply not providing the fulfillment they originally expected from them. We are coming to realize that our homes, vehicles, jobs and possessions are not sufficient to stave off the crisis of meaning many of us find when life does not meet our expectations. Sojourn reminds us that life is often messy—complex and full of fear—just as it should be. Learning from the few wild places still available to us in our culture can provide us with the realization that a weighty life is a life on its way to an important integration of body, soul, heart, and spirit.


Sojourn Pdf/ePub eBook Author: R.A. Salvatore
Editor: Wizards of the Coast
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Sojourn by R.A. Salvatore Summary

Now in paperback, the third installment in the classic tales of the Legend of Drizzt. When a lone drow emerges from the Underdark into the blinding light of day, the Forgotten Realms world will be changed forever. From the Paperback edition.

The Sojourn

The Sojourn Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Rupansh Gupta
Editor: Booktango
ISBN: 146893225X
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The Sojourn by Rupansh Gupta Summary

The true knowledge can be obtained by knowing oneself. But to know oneself, light has to be shone on the way to knowledge. 'The Sojourn' is a book which helps to discover oneself. In the midst of any problem, it helps to bring out the solution from within. After reading and understanding this book, the reader will never remain the same. He will see the world in its true grandeur. The secrets embedded in all creations of God, have been telling the truths from time immemorial. In a poetic style, the words bring out the beauty in all the creations. When included in the education system, it will build the foundations of children. Thus, 'The Sojourn' helps to live an enlightened life.

Senegal Sojourn

Senegal Sojourn Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Kathleen M. Madigan
Editor: Lexington Books
ISBN: 9780739134641
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Senegal Sojourn: Selections from One Teacher's Journal is a personal account of everyday interaction while collaborating for a year with foreign language teachers and writers of fiction in Dakar. A unique and passionate contribution to interdisciplinary conversations, the journal is the record of one teacher's encounters with African education, politics, languages, etc. Traditions and tensions, practices and yearnings, struggles and feats are described, along with literature, religion, film, music, and art which transcend timeframes.

Sojourn With a Stranger

Sojourn With a Stranger Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Keta Diablo
Editor: Keta Diablo
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Sojourn With a Stranger by Keta Diablo Summary

Raine Brinsley is penniless after her parents drowned at sea. She's sent by the local minister to Stafford House to apply for a job as a servant. Despite the alarm bells going off in her head, she accepts the offer of employment. She has one goal in mind, to return to her beloved grandfather in Maine. Lord of the Manor, Derek Stafford, has his own dilemmas to worry about. His wife committed suicide some time ago after several babies were stillborn. Derek and his brother, Lyman, race to produce the first male heir of Stafford House. The winner will receive not only the title to the eloquent manor but also an enormous sum of money from their wealthy father. Derek decides the beautiful Raine will make the perfect surrogate. If only he can convince the young woman that signing a contract to bear his son will serve both their needs: She can return to her grandfather and he'll inherit a life of wealth and luxury. Dark stirrings are afoot at Stafford House. A ghost haunts the halls of the manor and the spirit is intent on exposing her killer to Raine. Steeped in murderous plots, Derek and Raine face insurmountable odds of achieving their dreams. And fight the insatiable hunger between them. * A dark, Gothic novel with spirits, voodoo, mystery, and suspense.

Kumamoto Sojourn

Kumamoto Sojourn Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Leslee Inaba Wong
Editor: iUniverse
ISBN: 9780595818891
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Kumamoto Sojourn by Leslee Inaba Wong Summary

The "Inaba Ladies"-ten American women spanning three family generations on a whirlwind tour of Japan. With good-natured chiding and humor, these shop-till-you-drop women amaze, frustrate, and charm their Japanese guides, family and friends as they trek from Mt. Fuji to Kumamoto. Middle-aged sansei Leslee Inaba Wong balances the demands of travel with her newly diagnosed diabetes, while maintaining her New York brashness, tenacity, and perspective throughout. Her journey begins as a tourist, and becomes an odyssey as she uncovers her links to the land of her ancestry, in this honest story of self-discovery.


Sojourn Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Rashi Shrivastava
ISBN: 938648742X
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“Eleven years had passed, and, still she stood where she had left him. The places had changed. The surroundings had changed. The people had changed. Age had changed her as well, but her eyes remained the same, hidden beneath the lightly smudged kohl. Only it seemed, that they had lost their light. That spark had been dimmed the day she left him behind.”This is a simple story of belief, trust and self sacrifice in the very ardour of love for someone who is lost to you forever. It is the relationship between life and the individual that this tale seeks to unravel in a mere thousand words.Even though there is a surge of love stories in the market, there are very few stories that will touch your heart and have elements of surrealism and eternity in them. Sojourn is one such love story where the author delves into the past life of a thirty six year old woman, in whose heart is locked away a romance of her time.

A Little Swiss Sojourn

A Little Swiss Sojourn Pdf/ePub eBook Author: William Dean Howells
Editor: Jazzybee Verlag
ISBN: 3849657558
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A Little Swiss Sojourn by William Dean Howells Summary

'A Little Swiss Sojourn' was passed in the village of Villeneuve in the canton of Vaud, where a comfortable pension, vineyards galore, a gothic chapel, the placid lake, the snow-covered Alps, an occasional château (to let, furnished, for $500 a year) lent charm, dignity and ample opportunity for reminiscence to the visit of three months of which this narrative records the impressions. It is a pretty picture of an alien civilization, having certain quaint analogies with our own hard-favored rural New England, which Mr. Howells sets forth with characteristic appreciation.

Dungeons & Dragons: The Legend of Drizzt, Vol. 3: Sojourn

Dungeons & Dragons: The Legend of Drizzt, Vol. 3: Sojourn Pdf/ePub eBook Author: R.A. Salvatore,Andrew Dabb
Editor: IDW Publishing
ISBN: 1623028817
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Dungeons & Dragons: The Legend of Drizzt, Vol. 3: Sojourn by R.A. Salvatore,Andrew Dabb Summary

Adapts the third volume of R.A. Salvatore's The Legend of Drizzt! Drizzt Do'urden has abandoned the cruel Underdark for the unknown of the surface world. But as the young warrior begins his sojourn, the family he left beneath, and new enemies alike, pursue him. His survival depends on gaining the trust of surface dwellers_and that challenge may be greater than any battle he could fight.


SOJOURN Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Sharon Janzen
Editor: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1491859210
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SOJOURN is a cautionary tale filled with faith and hope in the face of adversity and loss.


Sojourn Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Karee Stardens
Editor: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1468561650
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Sojourn by Karee Stardens Summary

A unique blend of descriptive and detailed poems mixeded with riddles of every day observations in nature to expressions from personal relationships, twisted into deeper intrigues of politics and unspoken longings of the heart. If eyes are windows to the soul and I tell you what I see through them, am I not letting you peer inside?

Sojourn with Heidi

Sojourn with Heidi Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Heidi Leitner Fearon
Editor: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1728346371
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Sojourn with Heidi by Heidi Leitner Fearon Summary

This delightful memoir “SOJOURN with Heidi” is written by Heidi Fearon, a remarkable woman born in Austria during WWII. Her early life was influenced by her parents, especially her mother. She was raised to be respectful, goal oriented, and adventurous. Heidi was expected to enrich her mind, her body and develop an appreciation for life. Her early travels exposed her to life changing experiences in France, England and the United States. Heidi married her first husband, they had a son, Scott. It was important that Scott have the same opportunities she enjoyed as a child. Heidi divorced her first husband and after a period of time, she remarried. Heidi, and Cal, purchased a yacht for their ultimate adventure. For seven years Heidi was busy painting, writing, and enjoying the exotic lifestyle sailing offered. These adventures offer sailing enthusiasts a glimpse of life at sea, the fun and dangers associated with offshore sailing!

A Sojourn with Poetry

A Sojourn with Poetry Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Srila Ramanujam
Editor: Notion Press
ISBN: 1648997473
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A Sojourn with Poetry by Srila Ramanujam Summary

A Sojourn with Poetry is a book that leads the reader through those streets and roads less travelled within oneself, along those dark alleys that they probably wished they had never taken, or through the bright lanes of springtime blossoming’s of one’s life, as they relate their own experiences of life to the incidents and anecdotes described in the poems. Whether it is to take a walk in “A Walk in the Moonlight”, or travel experiences as in the “Camel” or “The Renaissance Encore”, or maybe even parting with a loved one as in “In the Wake of the Tragedy”, one can relate to these poems in so many ways, whether to just reminisce, or daydream, or maybe even to empathize or to live vicariously through their verses and stanzas. The poems combined with their illustrative art offer an ideal choice to take along on your trip or to spend some quiet time with yourself on a wintery evening or may be as an interesting choice for a young readers’ mind.

A Sojourn in Paradise

A Sojourn in Paradise Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Howard Philips Smith
Editor: Univ. Press of Mississippi
ISBN: 1496827538
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Jack Robinson made his name as a much-sought-after fashion and celebrity photographer during the 1960s and early 1970s, and his work is well documented in hundreds of pages of Vogue, the New York Times, and Life, as well as other publications. However, his personal life remains virtually unknown. In this study of Robinson and his photography, Howard Philips Smith takes an in-depth look at Robinson’s early life in New Orleans, where he discovered his passion for painting, photography, and the Dixie Bohemian life of the French Quarter. A Sojourn in Paradise: Jack Robinson in 1950s New Orleans features more than one hundred photographs taken by the artist, accompanied by detailed commentary about Robinson’s life in New Orleans and excerpts from interviews with the people who knew him when he lived there. Robinson’s photographs of New Orleans reveal the genesis of two unique and fascinating facets of the city’s history and culture: the creation of the first gay Carnival krewes who would make their own unique contribution to the rich cultural history of the city and the formation of the Orleans Gallery, one of the earliest centers of the contemporary art movement blossoming in 1950s America. This detailed study of Jack Robinson’s early life and photography illustrates the contributions of a gifted, gay artist whose quiet spirit and constant interior struggle found refuge in New Orleans, the city where he was able to find himself, for a time, free from society’s grip and open to exploring life on his own terms.