The Warrior Is Silent:Martial Arts and the Spiritual Path Inner Traditions Scott Shaw
Enter into ageless philosophy of the great, silent spiritual master Avatar Meher Baba in this comprehensive compendium of this iconic teacher’s greatest thoughts and ideas. Sri Meher Baba is the popular spiritual master of the great Pete Townshend of the iconic rock band The Who, as well as the inspiration behind the composer’s greatest works. Written and narrated by Baba historian, author, and actor Geoffrey Giuliano. Includes:Who is Avatar Meher Baba The sublime teachings of Meher Baba: a discourse by Darwin Shaw Meher Baba’s universal prayer Quotations by Meher Baba Meher Baba: a celebration Meher Chalisa Avatar Meher Baba bhajan Song of Meher Sat Chit Ananda Meher Baba Meher Dhun Hare Krsna mantra (by Geoffrey Giuliano) Radhe Govinda Bolo (by Geoffrey Giuliano)Here is a rare audio encounter that is a must-have for everyone, perfect for all school or university collections.Note: Geoffrey Giuliano will donate all of his proceeds from this project to the Vrndavana Widows and Children’s Fund (VWCF), a New York State charitable organization.Meher Baba quotations are © 2018 by the Avatar Meher Baba Perpetual Public Charitable Trust. Used herein by the kind permission of Ms. Mani S. Irani. Music by AudioNautix.com 1. Language: English. Narrator: Geoffrey Giuliano. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/ekit/000220/bk_ekit_000220_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Everybody wants him dead.... She´s the only one who can keep him alive. Abraham Khan is a Muslim who dreams of changing the world. He´s liberal, pro-Western, and determined to speak out against the extremists who have hijacked his religion. That makes him a target, and the consequences hit him fast and hard - an armed fanatic smashes into his home one evening, trying to kill him. He survives the harrowing attempt, just barely, but will he survive the next one? Maya Raines is the special operative brought in to protect Abraham. She is tough and committed. The very best at what she does. Always one step ahead of the threat. But Abraham is no ordinary principal - he will not hide, and he will not stay silent. And as rage explodes on the streets and the nation is propelled to the brink, Maya will have to ask herself the hardest question of all: How far would you go to protect one man´s right to speak? 1. Language: English. Narrator: Kate Zane. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/tant/013878/bk_tant_013878_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Paris, 1894. In a moment of impulse, Lisette Decourt flees her home and family on the eve of her marriage to a man who has betrayed her. She attaches herself to a travelling ´´Lanternist´´, Daniel Shaw, whose ´´Magic Lantern´´ show is a precursor of silent movies. Lisette is fascinated by Daniel´s art and, though adamant that she will never fall in love again, is irresistibly attracted to the magnetic Englishman. Though fate intervenes to separate them, Lisette cannot forget Daniel. She builds a new life for herself as an independent career woman. When a chance encounter reunites them, Daniel realises that she has the magic, elusive quality that will make her a star. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Anne Cater. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/isis/000488/bk_isis_000488_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
This week, Studio 360 is broadcasting from 1914, covering the cultural happenings of a remarkable year. Charlie Chaplin debuted the Tramp, the character who defines the silent film era, in that year; one of America’s great newspaper cartoonists invented the first animated character, Gertie the dinosaur; and George Bernard Shaw opened a front in the war between the sexes with Pygmalion. Tarzan debuted in 1914, and Jack Handey reimagines him trading the trees for the urban jungle. Plus, the assassination in Sarajevo that sparked the Great War is recalled by writer Aleksandar Hemon, whose forebear was in the crowd that fateful day. [Broadcast Date: June 28, 2014] 1. Language: English. Narrator: Kurt Andersen. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/rt/stud/140628/rt_stud_140628_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
This week, Studio 360 is broadcasting from 1914, covering the cultural happenings of a remarkable year. Charlie Chaplin debuted the Tramp, the character who defines the silent film era, in that year; one of America´s great newspaper cartoonists invented the first animated character, Gertie the dinosaur; and George Bernard Shaw opened a front in the war between the sexes with Pygmalion. Tarzan debuted in 1914, and Jack Handey reimagines him trading the trees for the urban jungle. Plus, the assassination in Sarajevo that sparked the Great War is recalled by writer Aleksandar Hemon, whose forebear was in the crowd that fateful day. [Broadcast Date: December 27, 2014] 1. Language: English. Narrator: Kurt Andersen. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/rt/stud/141227/rt_stud_141227_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
DescriptionLittle Voices Christmas brings together five fun festive songs specially selected and arranged in two parts for young groups and choirs. The included CD contains compete vocal and Piano versions plus Piano-only accompaniments to each song. Each themed book in the Little Voices series contains five songs that make a perfect introduction to part-singing for beginner groups.No frills, good quality music appropriately arranged for young choirs, this songbook delivers exactly what is promised. It also represents excellent value for money. - Sarah Shaw, Music Teacher MagazineSonglistAll I Want For Christmas Is You [Carey, Mariah] [Afanasieff, Walter]I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus [Connor, Tommie]Little Saint Nick [Beach Boys, The]Silent Night [Gruber, Franz]Silent Night [Gruber, Franz] [Mohr, Josef]We Wish You a Merry Christmas [Traditional]
When the 1944 presidential election campaign geared up late that spring, Franklin D. Roosevelt had already been in office longer than any other president. Sensing likely weakness, the Republicans mounted an energetic and expensive campaign, hitting hard at FDR’s liberal domestic policies and the ongoing cost of World War II. Despite gravely deteriorating health, FDR and his feisty running mate, the unexpected Harry Truman, campaigned vigorously against young governor Thomas E. Dewey of New York and old-line Ohio governor John Bricker. Roosevelt’s charm and wit, as well as the military successes in Europe and the Pacific, contributed to his sweeping electoral victory. But the hard-fought campaign would soon take its toll on America’s only four-term president. Preeminent historian and biographer Stanley Weintraub recaptures FDR’s striking last campaign and the year’s momentous events, from the rainy city streets where Roosevelt, his legs paralyzed by polio since 1922, rode in an open car, to the battlefronts where the commander-in-chief’s forces were closing in on Hitler and Hirohito. Weintraub, as he has done in all his biographies, brings to life the man and his times, capturing those small but telling details that inform and delight. The result is unforgettable. About the author: Stanley Weintraub is a National Book Award finalist, professor emeritus of arts and humanities at Penn State University, and the author of numerous histories and biographies, including Silent Night and 11 Days in December. Editor of a 10-volume edition on the works of George Bernard Shaw, he lives in Newark, Delaware. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Michael Kramer. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/blak/005056/bk_blak_005056_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Christmas 1941 came little more than two weeks after the attack on Pearl Harbor. The shock - in some cases overseas, elation - was worldwide. While Americans attempted to go about celebrating as usual, the reality of the just-declared war was on everybody’s mind. United States troops on Wake Island were battling a Japanese landing force and, in the Philippines, losing the fight to save Luzon. In Japan, the Pearl Harbor strike force returned to Hiroshima Bay and toasted its sweeping success. Across the Atlantic, much of Europe was frozen under grim Nazi occupation. Just three days before Christmas, Churchill surprised Roosevelt with an unprecedented trip to Washington, where they jointly lit the White House Christmas tree. As the two Allied leaders met to map out a winning wartime strategy, the most remarkable Christmas of the century played out across the globe. Pearl Harbor Christmas is a deeply moving and inspiring story about what it was like to live through a holiday season few would ever forget. Stanley Weintraub is a National Book Award finalist, professor emeritus of arts and humanities at Penn State University, and the author of numerous histories and biographies, including Silent Night, and 11 Days in December. Editor of a ten-volume edition on the works of George Bernard Shaw, he lives in Newark, Delaware. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Malcolm Hillgartner. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/blak/004602/bk_blak_004602_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.