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Of the heart

Of the heart

poetry by adults with acquired brain injury

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Published by Larkspur Center in [Larkspur, CA] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • American poetry -- 21st century.,
  • People with disabilities, Writings of, American.,
  • Poetry -- Collections.

  • Edition Notes

    Originally published in handbound ed., 2002.

    StatementMarin Brain Injury Network.
    GenreCollections.
    ContributionsMarin Brain Injury Network., Larkspur Center.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination64 p. ;
    Number of Pages64
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23096599M
    ISBN 10097433510X
    OCLC/WorldCa53944251

    The Heart of the Soul: Emotional Awareness. New York Times mega-bestselling author of The Seat of the Soul, Gary Zukav takes a giant leap forward in his message, with this guide to the next level of spiritual growth. "THE LONGEST JOURNEY YOU WILL MAKE IN YOUR LIFE IS FROM YOUR HEAD TO YOUR HEART."/5. The heart-book metaphor achieved its most vivid and powerful expressions during the Middle Ages, when it was central to the notion of the self in religion, psychology, literature, and art, inspiring the heart-shaped books portrayed in paintings of the late Middle Ages, and even actual heart-shaped volumes containing songs, poems, or prayers.

    In State of the Heart, Dr. Haider Warraich takes readers inside the ER, inside patients' rooms, and inside the history and science of cardiac disease. State of the Heart traces the entire arc of the heart, from the very first time it was depicted on stone tablets, to a future in which it may very well become redundant. While heart disease has been around for a while, the type of heart .   Leading clinicians and researchers from around the world review the full scope of current developments, research, and scientific controversy regarding the principles and applications of cardiac CT. Richly illustrated with numerous black-and-white and color images, the book discusses the interpretation of CT images of the heart in a variety of clinical, .

    The book first explores the symbolic significance of the heart in ancient Egypt, China, India, and Greece; its role in Aztec ceremony; and its place in the medieval world. It then considers the centrality of the heart in Christianity and other religions and the literary and artistic views of the heart as the seat of the soul and emotions.4/5(1). Where the Heart Is, a young adult novel published in , was written by Billie Letts. The novel follows the life of seventeen year-old Novalee Nation, who is pregnant. When the novel begins, Novalee is traveling west with her boyfriend, Willy Jack, so .


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From the back cover: "In Wild at Heart, John Eldredge invites men to recover their masculine heart, defined in the image of a passionate God.". The book has been received Author: John Eldredge. Heartbreakingly beautiful, Map of the Heart was another captivating piece of fiction from Susan Wiggs.

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