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The Wisdom Of Water

Author : Wilma Stockenström
ISBN : STANFORD:36105131822061
Genre : Afrikaans poetry
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The Wisdom Of Water

Author : Karen Hood-Caddy
ISBN : 9781459716810
Genre : Fiction
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In Karen Hood-Caddy’s third inspiring novel featuring environmentalist heroine Jessie Dearborn, Jessie is concerned about the health of the water in her northern town. Harley, Jessie’s Ojibway partner, declares he wants to move further north to where the real wilderness is. She is torn between her allegiance to Harley and her devotion to the land. The Guerrilla Grannies, a group of feisty seniors, start a door-to-door campaign to raise environmental awareness. Trouble erupts when Jessie and Elfy, one of the more cantankerous seniors, get into a scrap with a local hockey hero and end up getting arrested. But this is also the story of Dan Goreman, whose life is in disarray from a bitter divorce. He decides to to accept a job his father has arranged for him at a water-treatment plant near Jessie’s home town. Dan falls in love with Meagan, whose family owns a resort in the area. Dan becomes very attached to Meagan’s six year-old son, but she is concerned about Dan’s unresolved past and asks him to see a therapist. Begrudgingly, Dan agrees and meets Jessie, who challenges him to be more truthful about his past. When the resort’s sewage lagoons burst and some of the waste gets into the town’s water, Dan makes a fatal mistake that could kill someone that he loves. Now Jessie has many more problems to solve in her quest to save Elfy from a jail term, help protect the lands and lakes which she loves and begin to understand the patterns in her own life.
Category: Fiction

The Wisdom Of Water

Author : John Archer
ISBN : 9781741762693
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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For twenty-five years John Archer has been obsessed by water. His fascination has led him to remote temples where water is worshipped as a living deity, to hot volcanic springs and icy waterfalls, to limpid pools hidden deep in the forest. John has drunk the water dinosaurs drank in the Jurassic swamps, sucked dew from the grasstree flowers at dawn, sipped the sulphurous healing waters of Sukayu in the mountains of northern Japan, and bathed in the legendary Golden Lotus tank at Madurai. He has recorded the legends of water, studied its rituals, and worshipped it with reverence in holy places. He has listened to the rhythms of the waves on the shore, to the sound patterns of lakes, small streams and majestic rivers. And now he distils his extraordinary discoveries in The Wisdom of Water, exploring the many beautiful and mystical aspects of water, and why water has always been and remains precious beyond imagining. John Archer is an author of twenty books, including six on water preservation. His most recent book is Twenty Thirst Century.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

The Wisdom Of Water

Author : Alanna Moore
ISBN : 0975778218
Genre : Geomancy
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Australian geomancer's most recent title delves into water's origins and manifestations; its energetic and spiritual aspects; global traditions; and current issues.
Category: Geomancy

Wade In The Water

Author : Arthur C. Jones
ISBN : 0976237709
Genre : African Americans
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Universal Water

Author : West Marrin
ISBN : 193072215X
Genre : Hydrology
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Water was once considered an anomalous substance indigenous to planet Earth, but science has recently discovered water everywhere: from the coldest depths of interstellar space to the nuclear infernos within stars. This seems to validate ancient wisdom that maintained everything in creation is but a unique expression of this sacred liquid. Baffled by some of water's most recognizable features, science is only now beginning to give credence to such claims. In the twenty-first century, we face monumental decisions about water that will affect not only the future quality of our lives, but all species on our planet. The author insists that we need a broader context from which to act regarding our threatening water crisis. He offers a fascinating synthesis of ancient mythology and space-age water science to create a radically new perspective. Marrin asks us, Can we continue to treat water as a mere commodity?
Category: Hydrology

The Wisdom Of Water

Author : Gini Scott
ISBN : 0692489177
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THE WISDOM OF WATER is the first of a series of books which feature insights about everyday life derived from nature. These insights include tips, inspirational thoughts, humorous comments, and questions to think about, along with photos that illustrate these ideas. Author Gini Graham Scott has published over 50 books with major publishers, and assists other writers in finding publishers and agents and publishing their own books.

Wisdom S Law Of Watercourses

Author : William Howarth
ISBN : UVA:35007000098198
Genre : Water
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Wisdom's Law of Watercourses is the most up-to-date and informative text on the subject, and incorporates details of all the recent changes in the law, including the Water Act 1989. Also included is the outcome of the consolidating process necessitated by the Law Commission's Report on the Consolidation of Certain Enactments Relating to Water which was the passage of 5 Acts on 25th July 1991: Water Resources Act; Water Industry Act; Land Drainage Act; Statutory Water Companies Act; and Water Consolidation (Consequential Provisions) Act. These are referred to as the Consolidation Acts and came into force on 1st December 1991.
Category: Water

Water Wisdom

Author : Colin Allsebrook
ISBN : OCLC:30035359
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Water Wisdom

Author : Robert H. Wellington
ISBN : 1947352849
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Water Wisdom is presented by the author with the hope that it might resonate in some small way with something deep within the reader; helping each to reconnect with an inner voice, their guide that waits in plain view, but is often hidden by the noise of the world. This guide is in reality one's true Self. In deep silence our higher mind touches the Soul and in that instant all is revealed. That is why we all need to retire from time to time from the world and in quiet contemplation replenish ourselves. This journey when understood is a great joy. It may seem long but it is not a journey of distance. It is a journey of mental adjustment. It is a journey of realization. This is the quest that our hero, Hall, finds himself on in Water Wisdom. This is the quest, which, all of us uniquely find ourselves on today.

Towards Water Wisdom

Author : Ramaswamy R. Iyer
ISBN : 8178297469
Genre : Water resources development
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Category: Water resources development

Where People Fly And Water Runs Uphill

Author : Jeremy Taylor
ISBN : 0446394629
Genre : Self-Help
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Based on intensive study and thousands of case histories, this remarkable guide opens up the world of dreams by showing readers how to remember and interpret dreams, establish a dream group, learn the universal symbolism of dreaming, and change their lives using their dreams.
Category: Self-Help

Wisdom S Law Of Watercourses

Author : William Howarth
ISBN : 0414045041
Genre : Water
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This work provides full coverage of the principles of common law on water rights and the statutory requirements relating to water management, water quality, and recreation and conservation.
Category: Water

The Wisdom Of Syria S Waiting Game

Author : Bente Scheller
ISBN : 9781849042864
Genre : Political Science
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Syrian foreign policy, always opaque, has become an even greater puzzle during the Syrian revolt. Irrespective of the regime’s international isolation in the wake of its violent response to domestic protest, it has paid lip-service to international peace plans while unperturbedly crushing the rebellion. The rare televised appearances of President Assad have shown a leader detached from reality. Has he—in his own words—‘gone crazy’? In this book long-time Syria analyst and former diplomat Bente Scheller contends that Bashar Assad’s deadly waiting game is following its own logic: whatever difficulties the Syrian regime has faced, its previous experience has been that it can simply sit out the current crisis. The difference this time is that Syria faces a double crisis—internal and external. While Hafez Assad, renowned as an astute politician, adapted to new challenges, his son, Bashar, seems to have no alternative plan of action. Scheller’s timely book analyses Syrian foreign policy after the global upheavals of 1989, which was at the time a glorious new beginning for the regime. She shows how Bashar Assad, by ignoring change both inside Syria and in the region, has sacrificed his father’s focus on national security in favour of a policy of regime survival and offers a candid analysis of the successes and shortcomings of Syrian foreign policy in recent years.
Category: Political Science

Water Symbolism In John

Author : Wai-Yee Ng
ISBN : STANFORD:36105025249587
Genre : Religion
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This study of water symbolism in the Gospel of John attempts to unravel its subtle reference to eschatology. Wai-yee Ng, after examining various approaches to the interpretation of symbols in John, offers a composite treatment of the subject by surveying the literary development of «water» throughout the gospel and by expounding its underlying eschatological framework. Exploring the historical significance of the symbol in John 4:1-42 uncovers a vertical aspect of eschatology assumed in the discourse. Ng also interprets the water symbol of John in the canonical context of biblical revelation.
Category: Religion

The Wisdom Of Abortion Its Power Purpose And Meaning

Author : Kim Wisdomofabortion Com
ISBN : 9781411654525
Genre : Social Science
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Each year forty-six million women choose abortion. Why? For very good reasons. The Wisdom of Abortion is a unique book that discusses the immediate positive consequences and the long-term benefits - for the woman, for her children, for her family, and for her country. After a detailed account of what science says (and doesn't say) about fetal development, The Wisdom of Abortion debunks some popular myths about abortion and religion. It also offers practical advice for the woman who is actively considering abortion. The Wisdom of Abortion is a straightforward, down-to-earth, powerful book that describes the reasons for abortion, the benefits of abortion, and, indeed, the wisdom of abortion. http: //
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The Wisdom Of Aramis

Author : Elia Pekica Pagon
ISBN : 9781982217471
Genre : Pets
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The new book of essays by poet and publicist Elia Pekica Pagon titled The Wisdom of Aramis talks about real-life treasures as opposed to false ones. It emphasizes all that really matters in life through simple truths from our everyday lives. The Wisdom of Aramis provides us with profound messages drawn from the lessons we can learn from our best friends and most devoted companions, our furry angels. It is a book dedicated to the author’s beloved pug, Aramis Giving of Good, who will always stay in her heart and who will fill the hearts of the readers with such a great sentiment of love, peace, tolerance, and compassion. The book talks about the joy of unconditional love, about deep compassion and inner peace, about the importance of acceptance and sincere kindness, about the magic of patience and miraculous coincidences. The book gives us the chance to discover a better world and a better version of ourselves through our self-awareness through which we can truly get to know ourselves, find our place in this world and beyond, and live in perfect harmony with nature and the entire universe. There is so much to learn from our pets. Everything we love about them is what we miss most in our lives, and that is true friendship—a pair of sincere eyes, a face without a social mask, someone to be here for us when no one else is, someone to understand us and love us unconditionally. We enjoy their company because they help us be who we really are, and they teach us how to enjoy our lives and this world in such a lovely way. Our beloved companions help us find our inner peace, and that’s exactly how we can establish universal peace—by bringing peace into our lives.
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Enduring Acequias

Author : Juan Estevan Arellano
ISBN : 9780826355089
Genre : Social Science
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For generations the Río Embudo watershed in northern New Mexico has been the home of Juan Estevan Arellano and his ancestors. From this unique perspective Arellano explores the ways people use water in dry places around the world. Touching on the Middle East, Europe, Mexico, and South America before circling back to New Mexico, Arellano makes a case for preserving the acequia irrigation system and calls for a future that respects the ecological limitations of the land.
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The Wisdom Of Water

Author : Karen Hood-Caddy
ISBN : 9780929141091
Genre : Fiction
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In the third Jessie Dearborn novel, Jessie is concerned about the state of the water in her town. Her partner declares that he wants to move farther north where the real wilderness is. Jessie is torn in her allegiences, as she joins the Guerilla Grannis, a group of feisty seniors in a campaign to raise environmental awareness. But this is also the story of Dan Gorman, whose life is in disarray from a bitter divorce. He accepts a job at a water-treatment plant near Jessie's home. When waste from the resort gets into the towns water, Dan tries to cover up the spillage, but more people become ill, and some die. When Dan offers his own life in a suicide attempt, Jessie has many more problems than just rpotecting the lakes she loves and understanding the patterns in her own life.
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The Wisdom Of Water

Author : Gini Scott
ISBN : 0692507272
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Water has often been used as a source of reflection and thinking about oneself. Its qualities can also be used for self-understanding and motivation, as are the other three elements in this series - earth, air, and fire. It is one of the four traditional elements, and writers, artists, and musicians have often been inspired by it to write books, create paintings, or compose music. Water is especially useful for reflecting about yourself, your goals, and desired achievements, because its many qualities suggest different ways that people can use this knowledge for personal and professional development and gaining success. The following book features traditional sayings and my observations about the ways in which water can contribute to self-understanding, personal and professional development, and success organized into different categories and illustrated by photos.