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Author : Alexander Mukte
Publisher : The Rewired
Release : 2021-02-28
Page : 300
Category : Fiction
ISBN 13 : 9781952030024
Description :


Deeply Rooted Dreams is the second installment of The Rewired Series, unveiling more of the universal trial that Ori alluded to in The Recruiter.


Author : Peggy Oliveira
Publisher :
Release : 2020-12-08
Page : 148
Category :
ISBN 13 : 9781736050811
Description :


A mindful moment of self-compassion has the ability to shift self-doubt into embodied confidence, shame or guilt into grounded self-acceptance, and fear into eager anticipation. Imagine for a moment, the spaciousness that comes from an open heart and emotional freedom to live each day without fear of your (perceived or real) imperfections or mistakes defining who you are. This is the power of self-compassion. This is the journey of Deeply Rooted. Through mindfulness based exercises, practices, journal prompts (with plenty of space to journal), and meditations you will begin to see and experience yourself through the lens... and heart of self-compassion. When your heart is centered in self-compassion, you become rooted in self-acceptance.


Author : Ice Mike
Publisher :
Release : 2019
Page : 315
Category : California
ISBN 13 : 9781733166430
Description :


"With the cutthroat queenpin Miko Dunbar finally out of the equation, thug brothers Wahdatah and Baby Shug eagerly rise to the occasion and ball out like big bosses, going hard in the hood while living the exclusive life. They immediately surround themselves with savage squads of street soldiers as they dive headfirst into the drug trade, only to realize that the saying is actually true; with more money comes more problems. Out the gate, scandalous treachery forces Baby Shug to do the unimaginable, while Wahdatah faces a multitude of challenging situations that threaten his peace of mind, as well as his life. Miko's cousins, Cream and Suspect, sit in the county jail fighting triple homicide charges, but they remain hell bent on avenging Miko's murder, even while unwittingly being hunted themselves by a very vindictive Tiyatti. Wahdatah and Baby Shug's brotherly bond is put to the test in the worst way when an unforgivable act of betrayal threatens to ruin their relationship and return them back to most hated enemy status. While one brother subscribes to a live-by-the-gun die-by-the-gun mentality, the other has a Deeply Rooted desire to bring meaning to his life and a purpose to his existence. Neither of them is prepared for the startling revelation that will leave the both of them utterly stunned with shock."--Back cover


Author : Christopher Maricle
Publisher : Upper Room Books
Release : 2016-07-01
Page : 144
Category : Religion
ISBN 13 : 083581565X
Description :


Spiritual growth sounds great, but what does it mean? There is something very grounding about trees. We understand how they grow and how dirt, seeds, water, and roots support the life and seasons of a tree. Using a tree as a metaphor, Christopher Maricle presents a model for spiritual growth that is easy to use and remember. Deeply Rooted borrows Catherine of Siena's image of the soul as a tree and categorizes it into four parts: the garden, the soil and roots of the tree, the trunk and essence, and the fruits. The reader explores self-knowledge and knowledge of God and how these two work together to help the soul grow.


Author : Andrew Redican
Publisher :
Release : 2019
Page : 226
Category :
ISBN 13 : 9781912606481
Description :



Author : Ice Mike
Publisher : Duffle Bag Books
Release : 2016
Page : 242
Category : Urban fiction
ISBN 13 : 0996284028
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Author : Germaine Jacqueline Edwards
Publisher : AuthorHouse
Release : 2014-02-06
Page : 148
Category : Poetry
ISBN 13 : 1491837225
Description :


Deeply Rooted is a collection of my works which tell the inside story. Stories told through the voice of poetry. These works were inspired by tales of happiness and sorrow; love, deceit, strength, courage, friendship and second chances. It pays tribute to those gone but not forgotten and most importantly it is a reflection of the power of faith and love. Deeply Rooted takes us on a journey that reminds us to live each day as if it were our last. A journey that takes us back to our roots and brings us full circle as we experience today’s struggles and our hopes and dreams for a brighter tomorrow. All shared throughout the pages of this collection which is sure to evoke one emotion or another Deeply Rooted within. My God has blessed me with this awesome gift of story- telling through poetry. He has given me the courage to open up and share this gift, these experiences. I hope at some point along this journey you too can see yourself. Perhaps you’ve walked that very same road, although your destination may have been vastly different. If so, then the one thing that always got me through those tough times was true; the belief that you never walk alone. Someone has walked this very road ahead of you or in your footsteps left behind. As you turn each page, may you find the strength to endure and the faith to venture onto the next chapter of your life while holding your head up remembering that despite all else, God loves you and so do I. Deeply Rooted is a gift I want to share with you and may you continue to be inspired long after you turn the last page.


Author : Debbie Lacy
Publisher : BookRix
Release : 2015-01-06
Page : 30
Category : Fiction
ISBN 13 : 3736867859
Description :


A very shy college girl longing to be in a relationship meets a handsome and eccentric guy who mysteriously shows up on campus to pursue an enchanting and unusual love affair with her.


Author : Lisa M. Hamilton
Publisher : Catapult
Release : 2009-03-25
Page : 304
Category : Nature
ISBN 13 : 1582439257
Description :


A century of industrialization has left our food system riddled with problems, yet for solutions we look to nutritionists and government agencies, scientists and chefs. Lisa M. Hamilton asks: Why not look to the people who grow our food? Hamilton makes this vital inquiry through the stories of three unconventional farmers: an African–American dairyman in Texas who plays David to the Goliath of agribusiness corporations; a tenth–generation rancher in New Mexico struggling to restore agriculture as a pillar of his crumbling community; and a modern pioneer family in North Dakota who is breeding new varieties of plants to face the future's double threat: Monsanto and global warming. Threads of history and discussion weave through the tales, exploring how farmers have been pushed to the margins of agriculture and transformed from leaders to laborers. These unusual characters and their surprising stories make the case that in order to correct what has gone wrong with the food system, we must first bring farmers back to the table.


Author : Mary Lorena Kenny
Publisher : University of Toronto Press
Release : 2018-06-06
Page : 192
Category :
ISBN 13 : 144263474X
Description :


Based on ethnographic fieldwork, interviews, and historical research, this book uses a Brazilian quilombola community (descendants of enslaved Africans) as a case study to explore how memories, knowledge, and experience are transformed into cultural heritage.


Author : Mary Lorena Kenny
Publisher : University of Toronto Press
Release : 2018-05-17
Page : 192
Category : Social Science
ISBN 13 : 1442634766
Description :


Asking what it means to be quilombola (descendants of African slaves) in the twenty-first century, Kenny illustrates how heritage and identity do not simply exist, but are continually being constructed to reflect particular historical circumstances. The book includes supplementary exercises that encourage readers to make connections between the case study at hand, their own heritage, and heritage-making efforts in other parts of the world.


Author : Germaine Jacqueline Edwards
Publisher : Author House
Release : 2014-02
Page : 148
Category : Poetry
ISBN 13 : 1491837241
Description :


Deeply Rooted is a collection of my works which tell the inside story. Stories told through the voice of poetry. These works were inspired by tales of happiness and sorrow; love, deceit, strength, courage, friendship and second chances. It pays tribute to those gone but not forgotten and most importantly it is a reflection of the power of faith and love. Deeply Rooted takes us on a journey that reminds us to live each day as if it were our last. A journey that takes us back to our roots and brings us full circle as we experience today's struggles and our hopes and dreams for a brighter tomorrow. All shared throughout the pages of this collection which is sure to evoke one emotion or another Deeply Rooted within. My God has blessed me with this awesome gift of story- telling through poetry. He has given me the courage to open up and share this gift, these experiences. I hope at some point along this journey you too can see yourself. Perhaps you've walked that very same road, although your destination may have been vastly different. If so, then the one thing that always got me through those tough times was true; the belief that you never walk alone. Someone has walked this very road ahead of you or in your footsteps left behind. As you turn each page, may you find the strength to endure and the faith to venture onto the next chapter of your life while holding your head up remembering that despite all else, God loves you and so do I. Deeply Rooted is a gift I want to share with you and may you continue to be inspired long after you turn the last page.


Author : Aleja Bennett
Publisher : Author Aleja Bennett
Release : 2010-12-03
Page : 156
Category : Body, Mind & Spirit
ISBN 13 : 1456412078
Description :


This poetic verse is just one of the six titles that the Author has written. Her words can take you on an all so familiar journey that you will embark upon. The creativity of the mind can be a waste if not used when the green light is on. This book of poems go into her struggles-our struggles and how she is still standing through it all. Love-romance-life-relationships-abuse-childhood to adulthood and family are what all her titles speak about. Every time she receives that signal it goes off then another chapter begins to blossom for you and me. Her other titles include an inspirational-motivational annointed short story book titled All I Can Do Is Stand, Poems From The Heart Mind Body And Soul, Seasons With And WIthout Love, Passions Desires Of Aleja The Poet and Only The Strong Can Survive.


Author : Tina Young
Publisher : Christian Faith Publishing, Inc.
Release : 2020-05-05
Page : 160
Category : Religion
ISBN 13 : 109802611X
Description :


Encountering God in a refreshing way that brings inspiring life to your faith and causes your roots in your faith to go deeper. Join me as we journey through the Bible, learning how to apply the Word. Discover who God is and what He says about us. Fall in love with the God, who loves us unconditional, and learn to love like He does. Learn to trust in the Holy Spirit and allow God to guide you into surrendering fully to His son, Jesus Christ, in order to become who He says you are.


Author : E G Vitulli
Publisher : Lulu.com
Release :
Page :
Category :
ISBN 13 : 0359972209
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Author : John Yak Keur
Dorothy Louise Keur
Publisher :
Release : 1955
Page : 208
Category : Anderen (Netherlands).
ISBN 13 :
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Author : Tina Young
Publisher :
Release : 2020-01-02
Page : 162
Category : Religion
ISBN 13 : 9781098026103
Description :


Encountering God in a refreshing way that brings inspiring life to your faith and causes your roots in your faith to go deeper. Join me as we journey through the Bible, learning how to apply the Word. Discover who God is and what He says about us. Fall in love with the God, who loves us unconditional, and learn to love like He does. Learn to trust in the Holy Spirit and allow God to guide you into surrendering fully to His son, Jesus Christ, in order to become who He says you are.


Author : Robert H. Leonard
Ann Kilkelly
Publisher : New Village Press
Release : 2006-04
Page : 230
Category : Education
ISBN 13 : 0976605449
Description :


Performing Communities is an inquiry into ensemble theater of inner-city Los Angeles, small-town northern California, African-American South, multicultural southern Texas, low-income central Appalachia, economically struggling South Bronx New York and cross-continental Native America. This compendium of critical writing about the role these theaters play in building community shows how these artist groups are not only affected by but forged by working in and with their communities over time. Grassroot ensemble theater is discovered to be neither alternative nor marginalized, but vanguard, a natural evolution of the movement that propelled regional theater "away from the commercial restraints of New York and toward a theater expressive of the rich diversity of American culture." Robert H. Leonard is Professor of Theatre Arts at Virginia Tech and former artistic director of the Road Company, an acclaimed ensemble theater that produced two dozen original plays reflecting the issues of Central Appalachia. Ann Kilkelly is Professor of Theater Arts and Women's Studies at Virginia Tech and a nationally recognized scholar and performer who created the Diversity Training Laboratory that uses performance techniques to examine diversity issues. Linda Frye Burnham is co-director of Art in the Public Interest and the Community Arts Network. She founded High Performance magazine and is editor, with Steven Durland, of The Citizen Artist: 20 Years of Art in the Public Arena. Jan Cohen-Cruz is Director of Theatre Studies in the NYU Tisch School of the Arts. She is author of Local Acts: Community-based Performance In The United States (Rutgers University Press 2005).


Author : Wendy Batchelder
Publisher :
Release : 2020-10-22
Page : 212
Category :
ISBN 13 : 9781646452248
Description :


Wendy Batchelder invites readers on a wild, hold-your-breath search for belonging. Wendy, who is adopted, grew up in a loving home. Though curious about her birth parents, she has little desire to find them. Until her mother hands her an old yellowed envelope. That little package propels Wendy to look for her maternal biological grandmother, but the trek into her past reaches only dead ends and fizzles in the face of her current life-husband, children, graduate school. And then the real journey begins, the one that leads to Wendy's discovery that her true identity is rooted in the One who created her, rather than the "accident" of her birth or subsequent adoption. Secure in the family of God, she gives little thought to locating her birth parents. But her heavenly Father has other plans. Seven years after her initial search, while on a getaway, an overheard conversation about DNA testing launches her on a God-led quest to find her biological family. Breakthroughs at every turn leave her-and the reader-breathless and in awe of God's orchestration. Pull out your tissue as you share in Wendy's miracle, and delight in affirmations and reflections that lead you to embrace the unconditional acceptance of God and your true identity in Christ.


Author : SELWYN. BROOKS HUGHES (MICK.)
Mick Brooks
Publisher :
Release : 2020-05-11
Page : 72
Category :
ISBN 13 : 9781789512083
Description :


For 55 years now, the vision behind Every Day with Jesushas been to help readers develop a deeper relationship with God, that they might experience personal revival. This issue, join us as we consider three ingredients needed to know and encounter God: immersing ourselves in His Word, spending time with Him in prayer, and discovering His will for us. With the help of the Holy Spirit, being deeply rooted in God will not only hold us steady in the storms of life, but enable us to thrive, grow and live well. International version: 9781789512090 Large Print Version available Size: 210 x 297mm ISBN: 9781789512106