Pubpsher: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge
In Tides and Seasons, David Adam draws from the rich store of Celtic Spirituality insights which speak to our own world today. The prayers he has written for this book echo the rhythms of creation which find their parallels in our spiritual lives. The movement of the tides - incoming, full flood, ebb tide, low tide - are linked to the cycle of the year, the seasons of life and the highs and lows of our own experience. Many strong currents are at work in our lives. Yet in the ebb and flow, nothing is lost, only changed. The sea of God's love is not diminished. Even in times of despair, we are made aware that there are other shores, eternal reaches, and that after the lowest ebb, the tide will flow again.
Release on 2007-12-01 | by Miles O. Hayes,Jacqueline Michel
A Naturalist's Guide to the Coast of South Carolina
Author: Miles O. Hayes,Jacqueline Michel
Pubpsher: Pandion Books
Illustrations, photographs and satellite imagery enhance a narrative that presents hard science and makes it accessible and very human. This is a book that investigates the changing face of the coastline through erosion, hurricanes and climate change. This is a book that matters.
Behind the seasonal calendar most pagans celebrate is an ebb and flow of natural energies, and this book provides important insight on those great rhythmic tides. Walking the Tides takes you on an intimate journey, exploring the natural world, the seasons, holy days, star lore, and much more.
Release on 1996 | by Robert Harrison Barnes,R. H.. Barnes,University Lecturer in Social Anthropology and Fellow R H Barnes
Fishers and Weavers of Lamalera
Author: Robert Harrison Barnes,R. H.. Barnes,University Lecturer in Social Anthropology and Fellow R H Barnes
Pubpsher: Oxford University Press on Demand
This work offers a picture of the culture and economy of of the coastal community of Lamalera. Their traditional ways of life - sea-fishing and the production of dyed textiles - have come under pressure from external economic influences and many people are
"This is the story of a town's love affair with its team and the colorful characters who have worn the Rochester flannels over the years. Taking us back to the early nineteenth century when the game was played in the meadows and the streets of Rochester, New York, the authors retrace the careers of the managers and players who honed their skills in the old ballpark at 500 Norton Street. The many greats who played for the Red Wings - Stan Musial, Bob Gibson, Boog Powell, Eddie Murray, Cal Ripken, Jr., and Jim Palmer - are among those brought to life in a story rich with quirky performances and poignant moments."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved
This beautifully illustrated volume features work by leading writers and experts on carnival from around the world, and includes two stunning photo essays by acclaimed photographers Pablo Delano and Jeffrey Chock. Editor Milla Cozart Riggio presents a body of work that takes the reader on a fascinating journey exploring the various aspects of carnival - its traditions, its history, its music, its politics - and prefaces each section with an illuminating essay. Traditional carnival theory, based mainly on the work of Mikhail Bakhtin and Victor Turner, has long defined carnival as inversive or subversive. The essays in this groundbreaking anthology collectively reverse that trend, offering a re-definition of 'carnival' that focuses not on the hierarchy it temporarily displaces or negates, but a one that is rooted in the actual festival event. Carnival details its new theory in terms of a carnival that is at once representative and distinctive: The Carnival of Trinidad - the most copied yet least studied major carnival in the world.