You make my heart sing

You make my heart sing


Author : Nafil Farzana Fatima
Publisher : SHAHAN KHAN
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"You Make My Heart Sing" is an anthology with an essence of happiness which makes you fly in the air. This book leaves the reader with an experience of a fresh breeze , a magnificent rainbow, celestial twinkling stars, calm ocean and everything in this world and beyond, which makes you bloom even when everything around you seems to wither. This book is an aesthetic amalgamation of many writers' works who have penned down their heart. It is their favourite choice to lift, and motivate readers in all phases of life. Attachments area


Make My Heart Sing

Make My Heart Sing


Author : Trish Milburn
Publisher : Trish Milburn
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Pages : 207 pages
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They’re talented, good-looking and falling in love. Han Jae-Wook is the SBG member who most personifies duality. On stage, Wook is a powerful singer and sexy dancer, a handsome guy whose long legs and beautiful voice make fangirls swoon. But get him off stage and he’s the quietest, shyest member of one of South Korea’s biggest bands. And for months he’s had a secret crush on a barista who works in the coffee shop located in the same building as SBG’s dorm, but he’s barely been able to talk to her beyond placing his frequent tea orders. Ki Min-Ah has been a fan of Wook’s for the entirety of SBG’s history, but she doesn’t let even a hint of that slip when he comes into Tower Coffee and Bakery. So when he starts talking to her more, making overtures of friendship, she’s stunned. But she’s willing to bury the fangirl part of herself and be his friend because she gathers that it’s difficult for him and other idols to make real friends other than other entertainers. But she has to keep their budding friendship secret so she doesn’t endanger her job since there is a policy of no interaction with idols other than professionally. And she can’t afford to lose her job when she’s the sole support for her three younger siblings. But when it’s exposed they have been spending time together, they must weather fan suspicion that she’s just after his money and fame as they also realize they both want to be more than friends.


My Heart Sings

My Heart Sings


Author : Jan Auggi Jones
Publisher : Xlibris Corporation
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ISBN : 1543468179
Pages : 516 pages
Rating Book: 4.4/5 (543 users)

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This author appreciates writing poetry, novels, childrens stories; the performing arts; and music of many genres. She was raised on gospel and country music played on an old Victrola phonograph with a black-and-white dog staring into a gramophone on the inside of the cover. Today, this author has become enamored with and is fangirling over country a cappella music, which is relatively new. Curious about the behind the scenes activities of a successful bands life, living on the edge of temptations in todays media-frenzied world, she created a believable group running through life on unbelievable favor, spearheaded by love between a wealthy, incredibly intelligent and beautiful African-American ballerina and a super talented tenor from the deep South and their unique way of overcoming racial issues with love. Murder, sex, and drugs fuel the life and romance of these two extraordinary, opposite, characters living and excelling way above the normal expectations of life, hinting into the cosmic pluralism like no one has ever experienced before. This author spent thirty-five years in the busy, topsy-turvy support area of corporate America, starting with the FBI and ending in the legal field, before being forced to retire on disability. This is her first adult romance novel. She writes and has published poetry on poetry.com with two poems published in anthologies; she was the author and publisher of Newsletters for Boy Scout Troop and Pack 731, The Indian Creek District, and for newsletters, service bulletins, and memorial programs for two churches. The author is a widow who lives in Waldorf, Maryland, with her son, daughter-law, grandson, and grandpup, Toli.


What Makes Your Heart Sing?

What Makes Your Heart Sing?


Author : Noelle Cormier
Publisher : FriesenPress
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ISBN : 1460210255
Pages : 130 pages
Rating Book: 4.6/5 (46 users)

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In a time where the meaning of yoga in the Western world has become yet another way to exercise and the push to make yoga a business has materialized, instructors today must reconnect with the hearts of their students, revisit their purpose for teaching yoga and review their interpretation of this ancient practice. How do yoga instructors awaken the hearts of their students? By connecting yoga's physical postures with spiritual significance through theme. By asking the question: "What makes your heart sing?" this book will guide instructors to create "heart-opening" theme-based classes by using a model that includes lesson plans designed to target four types of learning preferences. As instructors develop their class lesson plans and themes, meaningful connections will be made with the entire class and soon, hearts will sing!


Until My Heart Sings

Until My Heart Sings


Author : Beth Borderieux
Publisher : FriesenPress
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ISBN : 1460271831
Pages : 216 pages
Rating Book: 4.6/5 (46 users)

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Beth Borderieux's book is based on experiences in daily life that could be connected to truths about God. While doing an everyday task, God often showed her a spiritual truth related to what she was seeing or hearing. She jotted down the ideas and transformed them into poems or devotional short stories. She found this process particularly helpful when she felt low and believes God was encouraging her not to give up. These poems and short passages, combined with biblical quotes, provide a reflection on a variety of topics ranging from pondering on designer clothes, to the stubborn vacuum cleaner, to poison ivy, Christmas, and school. Until My Heart Sings is personal and direct. Reflecting on its wisdoms it is like having a conversation with a friend who is trying to help you cope with life's problems. Beth Borderieux invites you to examine your attitudes towards life, and to learn to see God in everything....


Letting Your Heart Sing

Letting Your Heart Sing


Author : Deborah Tyler Blais
Publisher : Capital Books
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ISBN : 9781892123497
Pages : 486 pages
Rating Book: 4.2/5 (123 users)

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A daily guide to transforming your life and discovering what makes your heart sing


The Owl and the Prince of Peace

The Owl and the Prince of Peace


Author : A. Anne Bel
Publisher : WestBow Press
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ISBN : 1512772224
Pages : 314 pages
Rating Book: 4.1/5 (512 users)

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A. Anne Bel offers us a glimpse down the roads she and her friend Yeshua have travelled, and introduces us to many of the gardeners and strangers he has led her to, and led to her. Yeshua is always introducing Annie to new understandings whether they are sitting under a starry sky, or in rush hour traffic helping an old bewildered raccoon caught in an intersection on a county road, or getting arrested in Washington for civil disobedience protesting the Keystone XL Pipeline whether receiving a big welcoming hug from an Indigenous sister from another Mother at a Healing Walk in the Alberta Tar Sands, or having lunch with a prince at his home discussing how to make school curriculum more relevant to young people in the world we now have in front of us. The Owl and the Prince of Peace is filled with love, surprises, new understandings and hope.


Spilled Words

Spilled Words


Author : Janet M. Moreland
Publisher : Lulu.com
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ISBN : 0557048796
Pages : 96 pages
Rating Book: 4.5/5 (557 users)

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Janet M. Moreland is not a poet of the classical era. In ""Spilled Words,"" her free verse, prose and lyrical rhythms may be separated for a given poem, then mixed with wild abandon as her heart spills words upon the printed page. ""Spilled Words"" contains poems for family and friends, for loves remembered, words from her Cherokee spirit, all of which may enchant or annoy but are sure to entertain. Her sense of humor is never far away and gives an insight into the life of this singular poet, who describes herself as a ""recluse, living in an oasis in the midst of the barren desert, where I may wander with the spirits who dwell in these mystical mountains."" Here also are some of her short stories and a poem titled ""Thunder's Mother,"" which was written for children. Janet strives to entertain, and here is her entertainment at its best, as when she writes: I shall visit that place called Solitude again. It's peopled with interesting, vaporous souls who haunt its spaces in search of new touches.


PHILOSOPHY OF LOVE

PHILOSOPHY OF LOVE


Author : Adrian G Dumitru
Publisher : Adrian G Dumitru
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His love Her fantasy ... understanding what love is about As a man, but also as a woman, we try to define the undefined from a love story. Dreaming about love and being in love ... the path from the fantasy to the love story itself ... is just a matter of luck ... or maybe where you find yourself, on the timeline of your own life. Maybe is the perfect time for you to explore what love is about, or maybe other things are important at the moment ... and the love story can only be a future “project”. Exploring what love is about ... in our minds, as a fantasy ... or in the real life, as a real love story ... is depending only and only if we are ready or not. But what is the difference between fantasy and reality, when even the Bible is saying that everything we see is just an illusion? Well ... i believe that the fantasy is only the begining of defining what we want ... and the love story is the “experiment” itself. Is it too much to name a love story ... an “experiment”?! Well ... exploring ... as a fantasy or as reality is letting your soul understand what love is about. And ... sometimes is even a life lesson. The moment when you jump into the fairy tale ... the real fantasy ... and you understand the meaning of love ... the fact that love is about giving and not about receiving ... that is the moment when you also understand what life is about. Accepting your partner, just as he / she is ... just as accepting all the people from our lives is the moment of awakening. And also you should know that this path is leading you to point when your thinking will be totally redefined. Life itself ... is about love. Seeing what love is about ... is understanding the meaning of life. If the “love chapter” started for you ... even if it’s just a fantasy or reality ... you should be happy. The awakening will come to you!


One Aussie's Endeavours

One Aussie's Endeavours


Author : Garry William Gosney
Publisher : AuthorHouse
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ISBN : 1452037981
Pages : 166 pages
Rating Book: 4.5/5 (452 users)

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The Australian Poet is back again with " One Aussie's Endeavours Volume 2, Desires, Memories, Dreams, Lyrics " . If you loved his first three books, then this one will be a treasure forsure. For the past couple of years, Garry has been working with United States independent recording artist Rory David Ruff. Rory has been working on re-writing some of Garry's poems and turning them into music. Although it has been a long process you should see a cd of the work coming out soon. You can also find some examples of the music at www.soundclick.com/roryruff www.myspace.com/garrygosney www.myspace.com/rorydruff Now sit back, put your feet up, and enjoy this journey through the outback and beyond with Garry Gosney


Perspectives on Black English

Perspectives on Black English


Author : Joey L. Dillard
Publisher : Walter de Gruyter
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ISBN : 3110905329
Pages : 392 pages
Rating Book: 4.1/5 (11 users)

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CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE SOCIOLOGY OF LANGUAGE brings to students, researchers and practitioners in all of the social and language-related sciences carefully selected book-length publications dealing with sociolinguistic theory, methods, findings and applications. It approaches the study of language in society in its broadest sense, as a truly international and interdisciplinary field in which various approaches, theoretical and empirical, supplement and complement each other. The series invites the attention of linguists, language teachers of all interests, sociologists, political scientists, anthropologists, historians etc. to the development of the sociology of language.


Voices of Freedom and Lyrics of Love

Voices of Freedom and Lyrics of Love


Author : Gerald Massey
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Pages : 94 pages
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Africa's Mountain Valley; Or, The Church in Regent's Town, West Africa

Africa's Mountain Valley; Or, The Church in Regent's Town, West Africa


Author : Maria Louisa Charlesworth
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Pages : 298 pages
Rating Book: 4.B/5 ( users)

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"The greater part of the materials for the present volume will be found in a work, published three years ago, entitled 'The memoir of the Rev. W.A.B. Johnson;' containing the diary and letters of the devoted missionary."--Preface


The Evolution of a Love Story: 1974–1975

The Evolution of a Love Story: 1974–1975


Author : Mark O. Decker
Publisher : AuthorHouse
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ISBN : 1504986911
Pages : 270 pages
Rating Book: 4.0/5 (54 users)

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Volume 2, containing poems from 1973, 1974, and 1975, is the second in a series of poetry books Mark Decker is publishing about the evolution of the love story that he and Molly share. There is some overlap with volume 1 in chronology. I was prolific in 1973 and 1974, said Mark. This volume contains some of the poems I like from that chapter of our story. Mark is already at work organizing and editing his next collection for volume 3, which will comprise additional poems from 1975 and include 1976. Mark has been writing for the past fifty years and is organizing, editing, and publishing his poetry, working his way from historical work toward the present. He continues to write. He and Molly live in Great Falls, Virginia. They have three children and seven grandchildren.


Where the Mesquite Tree Grows

Where the Mesquite Tree Grows


Author : Al Garcia
Publisher : WestBow Press
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ISBN : 1973640074
Pages : 460 pages
Rating Book: 4.7/5 (973 users)

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Where the Mesquite Tree Grows is a poignant and riveting journey through the thoughts and recollections of a Mexican American young man who, like others of his generation, searched for purpose, meaning, and self-discovery. The journey begins in the cotton fields along the Rio Grande and follows the author through the 1960s cultural revolution, into the jungles of Vietnam, and finally to his return to his roots and his legacy along the Rio Grande. It is a compilation of memories, thoughts, and even nightmares blended into a kaleidoscopic work that will make you laugh, make you cry, and make you think. The author examines and reveals in passionate writing his emotions and his sentiments about the past and current culture of his heritage and the social evolution within that culture, revealing his life experiences in words that define not only him but his generation.


The Meanderings of My Muddled Mind

The Meanderings of My Muddled Mind


Author : Craig Wood
Publisher : WestBow Press
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ISBN : 1664217010
Pages : 136 pages
Rating Book: 4.6/5 (664 users)

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Craig Wood is inspired by everyday events that many people experience, leading him to think about God and what we can learn from the message of Jesus. In The Meanderings of My Muddled Mind, he shares his thoughts in a lighthearted manner while addressing some often heavy issues. A compilation of articles originally written for a church monthly newsletter, the title is based on St. Paul’s idea that our vision is muddled, but, somehow, we need to keep seeking. Our knowledge will always be incomplete, but it never hurts to seek the kingdom of heaven. From the brushing of teeth to making soup, this collection finds meaning in ordinary events. With reflection questions included at the end of each narrative, The Meanderings of My Muddled Mind offers both inspiration and introspection.


I'm the Silent One

I'm the Silent One


Author : Mae Guthrie
Publisher : Dorrance Publishing
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ISBN : 1434989453
Pages : 92 pages
Rating Book: 4.3/5 (434 users)

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In I'm the Silent One, Mae Francis Miller Guthrie shares her heartfelt poetry, expressing love and pain.