Description : Life is idea, attitude and action. Why not make a difference this dawn? Let us today sincerely have a wildest hope to catch fish in the desert. Trust the land and faith will pour heavily to flood with deeper ponds and longer lakes full of fishes at the end. Do it and you shall get it? Believe it, trust, faith and hope are the limbs of the thought you dream of from dawn to dusk. Nothing lies above your resolution to translate dusk into dawn. The spider of life invariably keeps making the web for the self to be trapped. It is truth that the bees do not sit on the dung. Life as bees is to search the nectar of nature so that the honey on earth can spread sweetness of mankind. The garden of life should not restrict its fragrance within the boundary of self. Rise above to embrace the world leaving behind the ego of the self. Let us all be grateful to the life living in us from dawn to dusk. Dive deeper into the dusk to see the depth of dawn. Let not the hopes of billions and billions faint before the life gives way.
Description : Twin brothers Borrial and Vistyral find themselves in conflict. The elder brother, Borrial, who is heir to the throne of Karrondor, has determined to conquer and enslave the known world. His younger twin brother by three minutes, Vistyral, is determined to keep peace in the world. Only Vistyral has the knowledge and capability to thwart Borrial’s plans, but his futile hope that his brother will be satisfied ruling the largest kingdom in the world may keep Vistyral from moving against his brother until it is too late for anyone to stop him. Vistyral is in love with Mirtar, who is betrothed to Borrial. But Borrial does not want Mirtar; rather, he desires to marry Lymar, who is the princess of Fulsimter. Before releasing Mirtar from her betrothal, however, Borrial tries to rape Mirtar to leave a scar on her marriage with Vistyral. Every time Vistyral comes to her, she will see and feel Borrial attacking her. Fortunately, Vistyral is able to stop the assault. Mirtar forces Borrial to release her from the betrothal and offer independence to the duchy of Cryarlac, making Vistyral a king in his own right. There are several attempts on Vistyral’s life. A series of events kills all of Lymar’s family, making her the only living heir. Vistyral marries Mirtar and tells her that in spite of his deep love for her, he will remain publicly aloof to protect her from Borrial, who thinks all Vistyral wants from her is the kingdom of Artermador. Borrial marries shortly after Vistyral, and his father, Lamercal, soon abdicates the throne. Borrial then consolidates Artermador and Fulsimter into one country called Nordlund, giving him the largest army and the largest navy in the world. Having created a network of assassins Borrial sends several of them to kill Mirtar’s parents, the king and queen of Artermador; Mirtar and Vistyral, the king and queen of Cryarlac; and the king of Westonisia, whom Borrial has framed for the death of Lymar’s brother, the then king of Fulsimter. Vistyral calls a meeting of the council of the kings to ratify the combination of Cryarlac and Artermador into a new country called Surdlund.
Description : Discusses the Holocaust from the perspective of Orthodox Judaism, which views the Nazi war against the Jews, like that of Amalek, as a war against God. Chs. 2-7 (pp. 43-246) deal with the Holocaust, with chs. 5 and 6 focusing on spiritual heroism and religious martyrdom. The Allies' failure to rescue Jews is treated in ch. 7. The final two chapters deal with the rebirth of Torah institutions in the USA and Israel after the Holocaust as a sign of the Jews' victory against the most terrible enemy in their history -- From the Bibliography of the Vidal Sassoon International Center for the Study of Antisemitism.
Description : This thorough manual for advanced students and their supervisors, and anyone researching or writing on the Gospel of Mark, is the opening volume in an important new series of Guides to Advanced Biblical Research. Together with an essay on the current state of research and a discussion of the future of Markan study, it provides a chrestomathy of samples of Markan research together with a review of recent dissertations and a full, annotated bibliography.