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As a little girl, Trelithia was always loved for her huge smile, high energy, and big dreams about being in the Olympics. This little girl who only saw the world in color was introduced to darkness by foul hands that stripped away her innocence. Trapped by dark secrets from generational traditions and a fear of really living life, Trelithia started down a path of destruction. "Does happiness exist? Can you genuinely love again? Where is God? Why do I overthink? Does fear leave the same way it came?" She battled these questions in every relationship in her adult life. Through the spirals of life that came at her hard and fast and that often left her crumbled and gasping for air, she discovered that there was something strong inside of her waiting to be birthed and found that there was no force dark enough to kill the purpose God put inside of her.
The first book in English exclusively devoted to an analysis of the films of one of Spain's most important film directors, V'ctor Erice. Drawing on original essays, reprints, and new translations from an international group of writers, this anthology will help open a window into a deeper appreciation of Erice's three haunting feature-length films.
Movement on the spiritual path necessarily involves taking light into the dark corners of our psyche, and it is there that dreams provide an open window into the inner reality. In the early years of the twentieth century, Sigmund Freud and Carl Gustav Jung proposed that, more often than not, dreams represent those thoughts and memories which are unbearably painful and have been relegated to the realm of the unconscious. Unlocking the meanings in these dreams can help people free their mind and feelings from irrational desires, fears and insecurities. This brief but profound book assails the 'conventional' understanding of dreams and their interpretation, drawing attention to a much-neglected aspect of dreams as a source of guidance to the spiritual aspirant. It uses the insights of psychology, but transcends it, to confront the inescapable questions most people should be driven by: What is the purpose of life, and does it all end with death? Laying bare dreams of childhood anxiety, traumas and sexuality—'cleaning the windows' to uncover the deeply buried material that blocks our efforts on the inner path—it then invites contention from 'materialists' in its discussion of subjects beyond psychology such as precognitive dreams, reincarnation, out-of-the-body experiences, death dreams, and numinous or 'big dreams"-'an open window' through which deeper, non-physical levels of reality can shine. Drawing on examples from real life, Sri Madhava Ashish teaches the 'language of dreams', ensuring a better understanding and awareness of the unconscious self, guiding the reader on the path to mental and spiritual freedom.
An Open Window is a call, an invitation into a life. It beckons you in, ushers you to your seat and encourages you to meet the cares and concerns of the author. Perhaps they are unlike your own experiences and perhaps, some will be, even vaguely, your own.
Two men. One Christmas Eve that changes the courses of both their lives. Henry’s homeless and only wants a warm place to sleep on the coldest night of the year. A forgotten open window in a darkened house entices him inside with the promise of warmth and comfort. He knows it’s wrong, but he promises himself he’ll be out before the owner wakes on Christmas morning. Except he oversleeps and the homeowner, Jim, discovers a bearded stranger sawing logs under his dining room table. When the shock and the drama that ensues dies down, Henry and Jim discover they might have found, quite unexpectedly, the Christmas miracle they’d both been longing for -- love and home.
Born in a drafty house, Jessie, the firstborn of Mary and her abusive husband, Bill, was born for better things. Throughout her childhood, she tells stories that enable her to escape into her own made-up world. She cares for her siblings and manages to establish lifelong friendships. As a teenager, her parents divorce, and Jessie begins to experience days without the need to weigh every action or word. She no longer fears the night or the soft footsteps that once came to her bedside. Because of her capacity for forgiveness and compassion, Jessie refuses to be a victim. Later, she is reunited with a high school friend who becomes the man who makes her frightening memories dissolve into distant shadows that hover at the outer fringes of her mind but are rarely allowed in. As a wife and mother, Jessie again turns to storytelling not as a way to escape her fathers cruelty but to entertain and teach her children. She introduces them to characters that leave them wanting more but appreciating what they have. Jessie weaves make-believe with reality to create a tapestry of lasting memories that make bedtime a time to be savored.
Glaucoma: An Open-Window to Neurodegeneration and Neuroprotection by Carlo Nucci,Luciano Cerulli,Neville N. Osborne,Giacinto Bagetta Pdf
Glaucoma is one of the main causes of blindness throughout the world. It is characterized by death of the retinal ganglion cells, which is associated with loss of the axons making up the optic nerve. Recent studies have demonstrated support for the classification of glaucoma as a degenerative disease of the central nervous system (CNS). The search for treatment modalities that are effective for all patients with glaucoma has resulted in numerous studies aimed at identifying neuroprotection strategies for the treatment of this disease, like those used for other degenerative diseases of the CNS. The present book will provide an in-depth examination of the most recent findings regarding glaucoma, including risk factors, diagnosis, clinical monitoring, treatment, and above all, the need for treatment based on the concept of neuroprotection. A large part of the book is devoted to research related to this new approach to the treatment of glaucoma. Aspects that will be analyzed include experimental models of glaucoma, clinical protocols for the study of neuroprotective therapies, mechanisms underlying glaucomatous damage to neurons of the retina and other “stations? in the visual pathways of the CNS, and finally proposals for new strategies for preventing neuronal injury in glaucoma patients. * Describes the most recent developments on neuroprotection of the optic nerve, including experimental models now used and clinical protocols * Discusses new strategies for the prevention of neuronal injury in glaucoma patients * Focuses on evidence-based risk factors, innovative diagnostic aspects and advanced medical/surgical treatment of glaucoma
The Azores Marine Ecosystem: An Open Window Into North Atlantic Open Ocean and Deep-Sea Environments by Telmo Morato,Mónica Almeida Silva,Gui Manuel Machado Menezes,Ricardo Serrão Santos,Pedro Afonso,Tony J. Pitcher Pdf
This is a poignant, compelling and unflinching depiction of the powerful yet delicate bond between a mother and her daughters. Through the Open Window follows the lives of three independent women-Jannat Kaur and her daughters, Mahira and Tamannah-who lead life on their own terms. The story is as much about love and longing as it is about three women, who are able to look at their mistakes honestly, even if the realization happens later. The novel goes back and forth in time and looks at how Jannat came to be where she is today-a managing partner in a leading company, with twin daughters in college. The strand of the past starts during Jannat's college days, with her getting pregnant and then rejected by her then-boyfriend. From the worries of becoming a single mother, to falling in love again with a man who accepts her daughters as his own, her life is shattered yet again and she is forced to raise the twins on her own. Tamannah and Mahira have to deal with their own share of complex and sometimes emotionally wrenching situations. For Tamannah it's the men in her life (much like her mother) and for Mahira it is the everyday fight for her sense of self and her battle to emerge out of the shadow of two fiercely assertive and headstrong female influences she's had all her life. Through the Open Window is a depiction of how love can create, destroy and recreate.
An adaptation of the short story by Saki, in which a sickly, nervous man is told by the young girl of the country house he is visiting that the garden doors are kept open because her aunt, who lost her husband and brother in a hunting accident three years before, believes that the men will return at any moment.
The Open Window Anthology is a great compilation of poetries, short stories and monologues in Hindi and English. 20+ authors have shared their take on love, life, society and motivation. Some of the topics mentioned are on contemporary social environment. Monologues cover the general life and struggle to find a way. While the stories make you love life even more. Poems also cover the beautiful relationships that keep even generations together even in memories. Have a happy read.
The Open Window: Tales of the Months by Mabel Osgood Wright Pdf
"The Open Window: Tales of the Months" is a set of beautiful stories about the change of seasons and everyday routines spent in the surroundings of beautiful nature. The author, Mabel Osgood Wright, dedicated her life to preserving and promoting natural beauty. Her love and passion are reflected in this book, where she describes the most beautiful moments of every month of the year.