Description : In 1945, near the end of World War II, Antal Szerb, the author of "The Traveler," was executed along with 2000 other Hungarian Jews during a forced march westward. Three years later the New York Jewish Refugee Aid Society erected a memorial in the Hungarian town of Balf where the executions had taken place. Part of the memorial is an open book, engraved in stone, bearing the following Antal Szerb quote: ""Freedom is the concern not only of one nation but of all mankind."" In 1995, on the 50th anniversary date of Szerb's execution, Peter Hargitai, "The Traveler's" American translator, and his students at Florida International University had the name of Antal Szerb inscribed into the memorial wall of the Holocaust Memorial in the city of Miami Beach.
Description : You have your passport, travelers' checks, and tickets, but don't leave the house without a copy of this indispensable guide. Among the many aspects of travel discussed in this practical, vital book are: prayer times, crossing the international date line, airline food, kashrus issues abroad, Shabbos observance on the road, and Yom Tov in the Land of Israel for the Diaspora Jew. With extensive notes in English, and sources. Handy, Pocket-Paperback size.
Description : As David meditates, he has some unusual experiences. At one point, he is invited to visit an alternate dimension. As a traveler in this dimension, Davids awareness of himself grows. He sees his own life experiences from a different perspective. Curiosity, perseverance, courage, and barriers are understood in a new light. He is exposed to many teaching opportunities, including the energy of romance. We also visit David at a later time in his life. His damaged heart is ready to shut down when he chooses a new adventure. He is challenged to try a new life-style that confronts him to share what he has learned with an appreciative audience and a wonderfully compatable female partner.
Description : The Traveler is a mystical journey, a dream and a desire to find peace and harmony in a world torn with war, greed and lust for power.
Description : In reading this book you will find it to be very unique, end very different from most books you have ever read. The Traveler is a true story, of a woman whose name was celled out by the voice of God, three times. A woman who has been set apart and called out. In reading this story, it will reveal how God, step by step dwelt with her, alone the paths and journey, he set for her travel. This is the reason, this book is titled, The Traveler Volume 1. In writing this story, it will allow you to know that their are true and real people who walk the earth as a Traveler, one who go, do, and speak as God tells them to do. You will find this book to be heart warming with great pain, end long-suffering, and in the end you will find the Prophetess to come out a winner in the end. The story of the Traveler, will touch your heart. Their is the light end the light is still standing and that light is God. I do hope this small book will be strength to all of God's people hear on this earth. I hope and pray that it will give you proof that some where on this earth, there is another traveler of God who is going through some of the same evils that has been put upon you as well. Evil, in such a manner, that we as a people cannot talk about. But see the demons in the people on these jobs, and churches, and on the streets day by day. This book is also a way of trying to alert God's people how these evil demonic people work through other people. And how they use other people upon you, and against you, and how they can cause people to hate you, through their powers of telepathy. Yes, they are evil. So many of you are destroyed in finances, marriages, and jobs, and you never knew how, or what hit you. Yes, you have been made to suffer, and never knew the enemy was with you in your own homes, listening to you praying aloud. Listening to your telephone conversations, watching you and destroying you, from the inside of your very homes. So, we must let our words be few, and seasoned with grace. In Other words, let us be careful what we say, when we speak. Because, these evil people are there in our homes, watching us, and we cannot see them, because we are of God, and in God. Don't Fear them, but rather God in heaven, who is able to kill both body and soul in hell!
Description : Central to the Analytical Psychology of Dr. Carl Gustav Jung is the concept of individuation, the journey to an integrated and whole self whose prime task is the integration of the Unconscious Psyche. The poems in The Traveler represent such a journey, and span a rich and diverse human experience. Love and death, good and evil, existence and annihilation stand side by side as they clash within the life of the human individual. Through the creative act the warring forces are joined and give birth to the transcendental Self, which links us to the Divine Root, which is the cause and sustainer of all Being. The poetic journey of The Traveler speaks to all who strive to realize what it means to be truly human and to any human individual who demands of him or herself the courage to undertake this journey.
Description : What if a daydream became an alternate reality? What if that reality became a nightmare? "Travelers," Ninehtah said at last, "create bridges between worlds; bridges of time which we cross when our next lifetime is fully formed. As we become incompatible with one world, we split apart and then gradually become whole." "What went wrong?" asked Jinnie. In, The Traveler, Jinnie is magically transported to Ispell, to the other half of a dual existence and to the real love of Griffin. Her memory of her life on Earth, however, is as absent as her memory of her life on Ispell. She feels like an actor in a play who knows the story, but has forgotten the lines. Without warning, Jinnie is pulled to a new life on a different world. Haunted by dreams of Griffin, Jinnie regains her memory only to be pulled even further away from the life and love she desires. Resolving to understand what's happening to her and why, Jinnie finally discovers the horrible truth behind her strange existence, and the wrenching emptiness underlying the words, "I love you."
Description : A charming fable that evokes a life lesson we would all do well to learn: living and loving are time well spent. Once, there was a boy named Charlie. He had a pretty nice life . . . but it wasn't perfect. So one day he packed up all his time—all his round, squishy years and square, mushy months, down to every itsy-bitsy second—in his suitcase and locked it up safe, said goodbye to his parents, and set off to find something better to spend his time on. Charlie traveled all over the world in search of the perfect thing to make him happy, but that turned out to be much harder to find than he thought. In the meantime, his itsybitsy seconds and silky, smooth hours and raggedy days ticked away and vanished, and soon they added up to weeks and months and years—so that once Charlie stopped his traveling and realized what he really needed out of life, it was almost too late. Almost. Every so often, a book comes along that seems to capture an important truth for a particular time and generation. This is one of those books: a unique story about the relentless search for perfect happiness that preoccupies so many of us. ORIGINS OF THE TRAVELER The Traveler stemmed from something I heard over dinner, the evening before I embarked on a drive from Boston to Los Angeles: "We only have so much time to give." I don't remember the comment's context, but its phrasing struck me. I thought about it literally as I packed for my trip . . . If you can give time, you can keep time—or save time, too; why would anyone do that? And if time is a form of currency, I wonder what it looks like . . . I quickly decided on the story's basic premise: a boy, not content with his life, decides to pack up his time and leave home in search of something perfect to spend it on. The next morning I pushed off from Boston and headed west. Days later, immediately upon my arrival in Los Angeles, I sat down and wrote The Traveler. ILLUSTRATION COLLABORATION In addition to being my older brother, Daniel is a fantastic artist, and I'm so glad he agreed to be the lead on the huge task of illustrating The Traveler. We've figured out a fun and collaborative working arrangement: first, we share our ideas on what sort of illustration we're looking for—we consider the role it will play in plot and thematic development, and, of course, the aesthetic appeal—then we draw up preliminary sketches. Once they're completed, we discuss these crude images and, after selecting the best concepts from each, Daniel takes over. He ties together our rough ideas, meliorates them, adds more of his own, and magically creates an illustration. We critique it together, then Daniel continues to develop and hone the illustration until we're happy with the result.
Description : Travelers are among us--souls who travel through time, their presence in our world a mystery. John Barrios has encountered the travelers since he was a young boy, through vivid dreams and a few unsettling, terrifying encounters. With the help of his friends, John must work against the travelers to unlock secrets that may bring about--or prevent--the end of our world.