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by Laurie Paige

  • ISBN: 0373591799
  • Category: Romance
  • Author: Laurie Paige
  • Subcategory: Contemporary
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Silhouette Books (1994)
  • Pages: 256 pages
  • FB2 size: 1896 kb
  • EPUB size: 1679 kb
  • Rating: 4.6
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Laurie Paige First, she's too emotionally involved, and second, she's way too much of a temptation he doesn't need.

pregnant! A mysterious death had brought Dr. Chelsea Kearns back to Rumor, Montana, an assignment the forensics expert hadn't been savoring. and the only man who could save a little girl's life. But to do that J. D. Cade would have to reveal a secret he'd kept for over twenty-five years-the secret that he was still alive. certainly hadn't planned on staying in Whitehorn. First, she's too emotionally involved, and second, she's way too much of a temptation he doesn't need. A criminal psychologist, Vanessa can't sit on the sidelines while her family lives its worst nightmare.

With a deck built out at the edge of a tiny cove, the place was as enchanting as a scene in a fairy tale.

In the interest of authenticity, most writers will try anythin. nce. Along with her writing adventures, Laurie has been a NASA engineer, a past president of the Romance Writers of America, a mother and a grandmother. With a deck built out at the edge of a tiny cove, the place was as enchanting as a scene in a fairy tale. On the deck, with a tall glass of iced tea and her handy laptop computer, she began her formal report.

All of 41 pages, it sets forth in very simple and poignant way, the essence of the I-Thou encounter rooted in the personal dialogue between God and humanity. If you want to enter the "way" that leads to becoming fully human and living with others in real community, read this book.

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there's a beat in my feet as I tumble the seas in the waves of ecstasy, and can you feel the vibe does it move you inside like the way it does to me?but how long do you think you can hold before you start having to join in my groove da-ba-doo-ba. Is When It Hits You. Books.

Laurie Paige The Devil You Know. Remember our agreement, Adam said. A jolt went all the way to her toes as she met the cool gray gaze of the man who’d handed her the napkin. We want a clean break when the time comes. In Wrong Twin, Right Man by Laurie Campbell, a man who feels he failed his late wife terribly gets another chance to make it up-to her twin sister. At least he thinks she’s her twi. . Adam! she said, then couldn’t think of another word, she was that surprised to see him. Adam Smith was the very attractive but aloof brother of Honey Smith Dalton, who was married to Roni’s cousin Zack.

The Way of a Man with a Maid is an anonymous, sadomasochistic, erotic novel, probably first published in 1908. The story is told in the first person by a gentleman called "Jack", who lures women he knows into a kind of erotic torture chamber, called "The Snuggery", in his house, and takes considerable pride in meticulously planned rapes which he describes in minute detail.

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Reviews about The Way of a Man (7):
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I teach a graduate counseling course on Martin Buber's anthropology and philosophy of dialogue as it illumines the art and science of pastoral counseling. A rabbi at a workshop I did for military chaplains told me about it. It is a gem - one of the top ten books I have ever read. It is without question my favorite book of Buber's ouvre. All of 41 pages, it sets forth in very simple and poignant way, the essence of the I-Thou encounter rooted in the personal dialogue between God and humanity. If you want to read the Bible in order to realize that God is not an idea or a belief but One wh is wholly "Other" yet approaching you directly, intimately and accompanying you every minute of life, read this book. If you want to enter the "way" that leads to becoming fully human and living with others in real community, read this book. In our age of information acquisition and craving for new experiences to break through the numbing of our hearts, and the sleep of our conscience, what Buber speaks about in the "Way of Man" is truly an invitation to the "road less travelled."
Cae
41 pages of wisdom from the standpoint of Hasidism (from "hasidut": allegiance, piety)--but Hasidism seen through the heart of Martin Buber.
This too-brief book really asks only one question: why are we here?
Buber responds with thoughts, anecdotes, and reflections, all of it extraordinarily condensed and yet marvelously lucid.
Here are two quotations:
"Our treasure is hidden beneath the hearth of our own home."
"Man was created for the purpose of unifying the two worlds. He contributes towards this unity by holy living, in relationship to the world in which he has been set, at the place on which he stands."
Nikok
Martin Buber has a way of speaking to my heart. He speaks as a human who has always struggled with the cynicism and skeptical spirituality of our age. Yet he has retained a strong faith in God, and a strong faith in God's real presence in our struggling human everyday life. We may not always feel His presence...but in Buber's words we hear another's testimony that God is with us even when He seems absent. In these short parables, Buber introduces us to other humans...ordinary men...who likewise have struggled to walk with God. Their walk is grounded in the existential. But unlike other ways such as Zen, their walk gradually reveals the real presence of God who has been walking with us since day one. It is as if in our faithful walk God gradually becomes trulu felt as walking beside us...and in our hearts.
Bloodray
Nice book.
Owomed
I am a fan of Martin Buber's writings and philosophy. This book gave me additional insight into his thinking and reasoning.
Thomand
accessible Buber. great stories. important themes. and one can read it in an hour, although it's better taking your time.
Sharpmane
In the second chapter of this book Buber speaks about the concept of Service of God. A Hasidic Rebbe is asked the ideal way of doing this, and he says some do this through learning Torah, and some through Prayer, and some through deeds of Kindness in their everyday life. The point is that there is no one way which is best for everyone, but each must choose the path must in accordance with their own nature and gift. Buber then goes on to say that every individual l has a special gift of their own. And that each must find his way in service. He says that while we may learn and respect the Gedolim the Greats that has gone before them we are not bound to imitate them but should find their own way.
In this short work outlines basic Hasidic teaching and teaching of his own as to how to live as a righteous human being in the world.
The book is filled too with interesting stories of Hasidic masters and their wisdom. A wonderfully readable and insightful work.
This book is comprised of several short essays that are each about ten pages or so in length. It is difficult to explain exactly what the book talks about. But it basically is a series of discussions about what our lives mean in relation to G-d. Why we are here on this planet, how you can think of your life and the lives of others, and lessons from other great Jewish thinkers about these same topics. I read this book, which is tiny and small, maybe 80 or so pages, and it changed my life. It opened for me a new way to explore my Jewish identity that was discrete from the mechanics of the religious observances. I am now very interested in Jewish philosophy and epistemology and want to read further. I would highly, highly recommend this book to anyone, Jewish or not.