A retrospective look at the work of the artist Brian Kershisnik through his first three prolific decades.
Author: Brian Kershisnik
Looking for Something is a retrospective look at the work of the artist Brian Kershisnik through his first three prolific decades. Kershisnik is a puzzling and puzzled explorer, both a part of, and separate from his contemporaries. An enthusiastic and optimistic examiner of triumphs and tragedies, Kershisnik exposes the common in the hero and the heroic in the quotidian. He aspires more to the fantastic and rich human warmth of Giotto rather than the cold and distant impressive brilliance of the otherworldly high Renaissance. His life has been lovely, tragic, and bewildering, and his work explores that bewilderment with a mixture of melancholy and whimsy that feels extremely and encouragingly human--this is art that is meant to be lived with. This book, the first publication of Kershisnik's work in over fifteen years, contains more than two hundred color images of some of his most popular paintings, as well as several essays that put his work into the larger context of his age.
He hated to lose Lilly and hoped he could find someone as good to replace her
with when she quit. Trent and Claudia were still ... Holly's job had been
eliminated, and now she was looking for something else. She knew she needed
to find ...
Author: Jerald Ramsey
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Bandon Summers, the hero of the fourth Key, returns with a new adventure that will keep your eyes glued to the pages. Along the way you'll meet many memorable characers. Searching for Apollo is a tale of many things: Mystery. Suspense. Intrigue. Fantasy. History. It's a love story. And oh, the chocolate! Take the journey, and follow Brandon around the globe as e portrays the Greek god, Apollo, in movies and personal appearances. And what of the ancient oracle with the prophecy? Will this trip to Greece signal the end of his movie career? Or is it a new begining?
He wenton looking for the dove. 'Whatever it is you are looking for can't be found,'
the dwarflike figure said. 'Why not?' 'In this place if you look for something you
won't find it.' 'Whyis that?' 'You have tofind things first before you look for them.
Author: Ben Okri
Publisher: Head of Zeus
From Booker Prize-winner Ben Okri: a deceptively simple modern fable with an ancient origin. A young man finds himself living among invisible beings who have built a utopia based on one principle: that we must repeat or suffer every experience until we experience it properly and fully for the first time. 'The hero of this novel finds what he did not seek, and goes where he did not intend to go. As I did in writing it.' BEN OKRI.
72 per without people looking for someone to cent of the poor in the city are white
, and blame . Looking for someone to blame althere're large , low - income white
families ways ends up causing all sorts of people to that are being hit as well as ...
Author: United States. Congress
The Congressional Record is the official record of the proceedings and debates of the United States Congress. It is published daily when Congress is in session. The Congressional Record began publication in 1873. Debates for sessions prior to 1873 are recorded in The Debates and Proceedings in the Congress of the United States (1789-1824), the Register of Debates in Congress (1824-1837), and the Congressional Globe (1833-1873)
He might not be looking for same things you are at this point in time. He's looking
after his own needs and not yours—just as you are looking after yours and not his
. You're looking for something else. You're not going to sleep with him just so ...
Author: Roman Plastich
The smallest things can create tension. If you have an argument, you might have been taught never to go to bed angry, and he might have been taught to sleep on it because after rest the brain is more rational. Nobody is right or wrong here, but two different approaches can cause further disagreements. That is a small example. When it comes to making extra money or going to the kids soccer game, having a bigger house or having more time with the kids, sharing and helping each other or dividing choresthese situations can really create a divide between partners. Personality plays a big part tooactive adventurer compared to couch potato, nature lover compared to big-city lover. Clashes in personalities can be enough to make a couple miserable after many years of compromising and giving in. Yes, you may go through rough times sometimes, but dont you think you would choose to be with someone because you are happier with that person in your life than you would be on your own? Women have a right to have their needs fulfilled, to receive affection from a man, to receive as much love as they give. Many relationships turn into a struggle for power, but it doesnt have to be that wayfor men or women. In this guidebook geared for women but useful for anyone, you can learn how to find common ground with your partner. But to do so, you first need to know what youre really seeking in a relationship. By examining what motivates yourself and your partner, youll be equipped to answer critical questions: If youre single, should you try meeting people in person or online? Why in the world would someone cheat if he or she has a loving partner? How can you fix a broken relationship? When is it time to abandon a partner? Too often, instead of working toward a common goal, people avoid doing what they dont want to do, and they lose out on having a real partner. But when you find a true teammate, youll be more satisfied with life and better equipped to accomplish your goals. Stop selling yourself short, and start getting what you want out of relationships with the tools, insights, and strategies in Finishing School for Women.
I am looking for something, I am always looking for something. Makeup, jewelry,
bubble bath, a pair of spiky red heels that I will never wear, certainly not here in
Fort Lauderdale. But truly, I am looking for something to steal, for no reason other
Author: Elizabeth Wurtzel
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
The author offers an account of her descent into Ritalin addiction, her experiences as an addict, and her difficult struggle to gain control over the drug and her life.
But maybe something better. You see, you came here hoping for something
amazing to happen. You were hoping for a miracle, hoping for something good to
happen. We are all looking for something good. We all need that in our lives.
Author: Ken Regan
Publisher: WestBow Press
Holy Nativity is novice Pastor Bill Sanders' last chance to make it as a minister. But the odd-ball members of his new congregation aren't making it easy. Will a promised miracle at the church's annual Christmas Pageant save the day? Or will the pastor have to take an icy dip in the lake on New Year's Day? And how does a duck named Delilah lead to true love? A Christmas Miracleis a humorous look at the trials of shepherding a small town faith community. It is filled with warmth, laughter, romance, and the magic of Christmas.
“All my life I had been looking for something, and everywhere I turned someone
tried to tell me what it was. I accepted their answers too, though they were often in
contradiction and even self-contradictory. I was naïve. I was looking for myself ...
Author: Gwen Thibeaux
Gwen Thibeaux, a God-fearing everyday woman, tells her enlightening story about learning to "embrace greatness." She knows how it is to sit on the sidelines of life, stuck in your comfort zone. And she knows that with faith and clarity you can stop watching the dreams of others come true and reposition your life to follow yours. In this book, Gwen opens her heart and explores the ups and downs of her ordinary life, revealing some of her most vulnerable experiences. With unflinching honesty, she discusses emerging from believing that "greatness" was the external, outside her, to knowing that God had created her personal "greatness" within. Through challenges, obstacles, and struggles, Gwen has kept her faith and stood steadfast and unmovable. Has this been a challenge? Yes. However, by walking, owning, and never forgetting her greatness, she is now living in the greatness she was destined to have. "Embracing The Greatness Within" ? Walk in IT - it's yours! ? Own IT - it's yours! ? Never Forget IT - it's yours!
looking for something or was this random? ... “A person looking for a specific
thing would've been methodical. Dumping ... Whoever did this might like you to
think they were looking for something, Joseph, but I think it was done to throw you
Author: Lynn Michaels
Publisher: Ballantine Books
There’s only so much taffeta and toile a girl can take. Passionate, talented, and noticeably stunning, Mia Savard is the top designer at her father’s thriving bridal design company. But her life has hit a bit of a snag. Thirty, recently dumped, and suddenly single, Mia has grown weary of white lace and craves couture. But when Mia’ s most spectacular creation is leaked to the competition, the silk hits the fan. Someone inside Savard Creations is trading with the enemy. In the world of fashion, that means war. Enter private investigator Joe Kerr, the exceedingly handsome ex-cop hired to nab the clever mole. Stalking dangerous territory–where jittery brides, hysterical mothers, and deadline-challenged designers clash in clouds of gossamer and gossip–Joe is torn between suspecting Mia and seducing her. Amid the treachery, hijinks, and flirtations galore, it seems that for Mia, romance just might be tailor-made.
He was standing there bent, with his feet far apart, looking up at me quietly. This
lasted so long that my neck began to ... never taking my eyes off him. He was
clearly looking for something, and I had already guessed what that something
Author: Arkady Strugatsky
Publisher: Melville House
A hilarious spoof on the classic country-house murder mystery, from the Russian masters of sci-fi—never before translated When Inspector Peter Glebsky arrives at the remote ski chalet on vacation, the last thing he intends to do is get involved in any police work. He’s there to ski, drink brandy, and loaf around in blissful solitude. But he hadn’t counted on the other vacationers, an eccentric bunch including a famous hypnotist, a physicist with a penchant for gymnastic feats, a sulky teenager of indeterminate gender, and the mysterious Mr. and Mrs. Moses. And as the chalet fills up, strange things start happening—things that seem to indicate the presence of another, unseen guest. Is there a ghost on the premises? A prankster? Something more sinister? And then an avalanche blocks the mountain pass, and they’re stuck. Which is just about when they find the corpse. Meaning that Glebksy’s vacation is over and he’s embarked on the most unusual investigation he’s ever been involved with. In fact, the further he looks into it, the more Glebsky realizes that the victim may not even be human. In this late novel from the legendary Russian sci-fi duo—here in its first-ever English translation—the Strugatskys gleefully upend the plot of many a Hercule Poirot mystery—and the result is much funnier, and much stranger, than anything Agatha Christie ever wrote.
Most of the time she would walk around, and look through her favorite subjects,
touching each book and looking them over until she found something interesting.
Then she would open it and slowly flip through each page, studying the contents
Author: D. F. Edwards
Cathy Bowen receives a mysterious dragon pendant, from her parents, on her thirteenth birthday. Little did she know, that four years later, this innocent silver pendant would signal the beginning of an adventure for her, and her best friend Amanda. The shocking discovery about the truth behind it, and the connection to a mysterious young girl named Liza, will change Cathy's life forever. A Secret in the Trunk is the first book, in the Esmerelda Chronicles, involving the world of humans, Witch Faeries and dark forces of the Underworld.
I knew this guy who took a lot of LSD and he said a part ofit was like, like
someone took a fine tip pen and outlined ... “It's like I look harder at some things
and, well anyway, I wasn't really feeling that way; looking for something, I mean,
but I ...
Author: W. Jack Savage
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Some men seem to have all the luck. Others dream of only finding a little. Richard Smiths world was the orphanage. It was the only one he knew. All of the other worlds for children, of mothers and fathers and a place called home, he learned from the tears of those who had lost theirs only to wind up in his. From the way they grieved, he knew it must have been something pretty great. Once he had two sisters, they said. One had died and the other went to a place called Iowa with an uncle. He was left behind. He grew up to put most of it behind him and in his search for a family of his own, thought that he had. But an electrical shock opened some door to his early childhood he couldnt seem to get closed again. Each discovery posed more questions until finally there was only one other person he needed to see. It would be a three-day road trip, or so he thought
decided to sing another song, ignoring his murderous look, and sang “Stupid
Stupid” by Eti Ankri, hugging herself, ... lady clumsily walking around in terror
near where she had sung, looking for something, on the ground, between the
Author: David Grossman
Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux
Earnest, awkward, and painfully shy, sixteen-year-old Assaf is having the worst summer of his life. With his big sister gone to America and his best friend suddenly the most popular kid in their class, Assaf worries away his days at a lowly summer job in Jerusalem city hall and spends his evenings alone, watching television and playing games on the Internet. One morning, Assaf's routine is interrupted by an absurd assignment: to find the owner of a stray yellow lab. Meanwhile, on the other side of the city, Tamar, a talented young singer with a lonely, tempestuous soul, undertakes an equally unpromising mission: to rescue a teenage drug addict from the Jerusalem underworld . . . and, eventually, to find her dog. Someone to Run With is the most popular work to date from "a writer who has been, for nearly two decades, one of the most original and talented . . . anywhere" (The New York Times Book Review), a bestseller hailed by the Israeli press (and reform politicians such as Shimon Peres) for its mixture of fairy-tale magic, emotional sensitivity, and gritty realism. The novel explores the life of Israeli street kids-whom Grossman interviewed extensively for the novel-and the anxieties of family life in a society racked by self-doubt. Most of all, it evokes the adventure of adolescence and the discovery of love, as Tamar and Assaf, pushed beyond the limits of childhood by their quests, find themselves, and each other.
I can't explain it, really, but ever since I came home, here to the house, something
has felt like it was missing, like it was supposed to be there and it wasn't. And
then yesterday I went looking for something to drink. I went looking in my
Author: Deborah J. Wolf
Publisher: Kensington Books
Once again, with astonishing truth and refreshing humor, Deborah J. Wolf brilliantly depicts a woman's real joys and sorrows during love, loss, and starting anew. . . Sometimes a marriage is over long before it officially ends. When Cara's husband packs a bulging suitcase and leaves her for a younger woman ironically named Barbie, Cara can only say, "That's it?" before the tears begin. Now Cara has lost three dress sizes while picking up the pieces of her life with four kids and no man, and a mother whose idea of support involves detailing how Cara didn't do enough to save the marriage. But she is surviving with the help of her best friends: Melanie, aka Mel-the-fixer-of-everything, who feels that faithless Jack's departure is the best thing that could have happened; Leah, solid as a rock, who is always there to lean on; and Paige, the casserole queen, who shows up with mac-n-cheese and sympathy. Despite frustrations and self-doubts, Cara is learning to hope and heal as she transforms from a long-suffering wife to the vibrant, self-assured woman she was meant to be. But the road to Cara's brighter future is strewn with complications, especially when the "other woman" asks for a favor. . .and Cara's path takes a poignant twist on the road to happiness.
Scanning is looking for something specific. Your eyes scan a newspaper looking
for the specific baseball scores from the previous night. You scan the financial ...
You scan when looking for someone's name in a telephone directory. (Can you ...
Author: Abby Marks Beale
On your marks, get set, read! Most adults today are working with antiquated skills and ingrained beliefs about their reading abilities, or lack thereof. But with the tips and examples offered in The Complete Idiot's Guide® to Speed Reading, getting through a load of must-do reading doesn't have to be an arduous or overwhelming chore. The strategies are surprisingly simple once revealed. With practice, readers will not only speed through and understand books, articles, and professional journals but will also build their personal reading confidence and competence. * Written by a reading specialist * Useful for students, business people, lawyers, doctors * Includes how-to strategies as well as practice timed readings * Tips for reading on paper and onscreen Show More Show Less
She pauses, then delivers the longest response of the evening. “Having watched
Karla and Bruce and their incredible relationship, I am searching for something
equally as meaningful in my life. I left a bad relationship because I saw how Karla
Author: Jeffrey Zaslow
The instant New York Times bestseller, now in paperback: a moving tribute to female friendships, with the inspiring story of eleven girls and the ten women they became, from the coauthor of the million-copy bestseller The Last Lecture As children, they formed a special bond, growing up in the small town of Ames, Iowa. As young women, they moved to eighth different states, yet they managed to maintain an extraordinary friendship that would carry them through college and careers, marriage and motherhood, dating and divorce, the death of a child, and the mysterious death of the eleventh member of their group. Capturing their remarkable story, The Girls from Ames is a testament to the enduring, deep bonds of women as they experience life's challenges, and the power of friendship to overcome even the most daunting odds. The girls, now in their forties, have a lifetime of memories in common, some evocative of their generation and some that will resonate with any woman who has ever had a friend. The Girls from Ames demonstrates how close female relationships can shape every aspect of women's lives-their sense of themselves, their choice of men, their need for validation, their relationships with their mothers, their dreams for their daughters-and reveals how such friendships thrive, rewarding those who have committed to them. With both universal events and deeply personal moments, it's a book that every woman will relate to and be inspired by.
We were looking for 'something' and some of us found our way to Bennett who
offered something from the fruits of his own search: methods of transformation he
learned directly from G. I. Gurdjieff, P. D. Ouspensky, and other lesser-known ...
Author: Michael S. Pittman
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
G.I. Gurdjieff (d. 1949) remains an important, if controversial, figure in early 20th-century Western Esoteric thought. Born in the culturally diverse region of the Caucasus, Gurdjieff traveled in Asia, Africa, and elsewhere in search of practical spiritual knowledge. Though oftentimes allusive, references to Sufi teachings and characters take a prominent position in Gurdjieff's work and writings. Since his death, a discourse on Gurdjieff and Sufism has developed through the contributions as well as critiques of his students and interlocutors. J.G. Bennett began an experimental 'Fourth Way' school in England in the 1970s which included the introduction of Sufi practices and teachings. In America this discourse has further expanded through the collaboration and engagement of contemporary Sufi teachers. This work does not simply demonstrate the influence of Gurdjieff and his ideas, but approaches the specific discourse on and about Gurdjieff and Sufism in the context of contemporary religious and spiritual teachings, particularly in the United States, and highlights some of the adaptive, boundary-crossing, and hybrid features that have led to the continuing influence of Sufism.
It would look through the window and then move on, like It was looking for
something or somebody. It scared me, I figured It was looking for me. I had fooled
It; It didn't know where I was. I closed the door, I don't even know who got the
Author: F. D. Land
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Nightmares In an assortment of dreams and imagination F. D. Land brings you amazing tales and sagas, that will haunt your dreams. With a little mystery also thrown in. See if you can tell who is really telling the tale. Now sit back and get ready for the thrilling ride through the twisted mind of F. D. Land.