The Things We Lose The Things We Leave Behind

Author: Billy O'Callaghan
Publisher: New Island Books
ISBN: 9781848402676
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Thirteen short Stories that explore how people in crisis can pick up the shattered pieces of their lives and find among them some glint of worth.

Post Celtic Tiger Landscapes In Irish Fiction

Author: Marie Mianowski
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 1315387891
Size: 59.93 MB
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4 Trisha McKinney, http://www.writing.ie/news/writing-ie-short-story-of-the-
yearaward-shortlist-revealed/#booktwo. 5 Billy O'Callaghan, 'The things we lose,
the things we leave behind,' in The Things We Lose, the Things We Leave
Behind and ...

Ireland And Dysfunction

Author: Asier Altuna-García de Salazar
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
ISBN: 1443864080
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Q.: Even though the stories comprised in your last collection, The Things We
Lose, The Things We Leave Behind, are varied in style, subject matter, length
and setting, they all seem to revolve around the idea of death, grief or loss, with ...

City Lights

Author: Noah Hayden
Publisher: Lulu.com
ISBN: 1312507160
Size: 75.17 MB
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Not only should we leave behind our life of sin for our own gain but for the gain of
others. So maybe the person next to you is dealing with a certain thing and you
as a Christian fall into the same thing as him, you lose not only that witness but ...

15 Disturbing Things We Need To Know

Author: James A. Crone
Publisher: SAGE
ISBN: 1412990556
Size: 37.94 MB
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We sociologists focus on things social, the most fundamental of which is social
interaction. ... We change jobs (14 percent of workers in a typical year leave their
jobs voluntarily) or we lose jobs involuntarily (a ... When we move out of
relationships or to new geographical areas, or to new kinds of work, we leave
behind our ...

The Human Condition

Author: Craig Downey
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1503501620
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... with the fact that it is leaving things behind and will never see those things
again unless you are of such pure understanding that ... god would want to know
that he would live on to at least see the people and things we leave behind
develop and experience the joy of life. ... We age as a natural degradation
towards the full truth of transient things but as we lose physical presence we gain
a knowingness.

The Church Of England Pulpit And Ecclesiastical Review

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Only on these terms of painful progress is there prospect of higher things; we lose
what we value, we leave behind what ... It is the price we pay for the possibility of
improvement, for our own approach to the perfection of the Unchangeable— ...

Losing Weight Naturally

Author: Rahab Kimani
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1479726974
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Most of the people I have watched on the screen say that they love food because
it's the only thing that accepts them. ... But when we somehow manage to lose the
weight of our bodies, we may not be able to leave behind the problems that ...

All We Leave Behind

Author: David Baird
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 1469753391
Size: 39.73 MB
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I'd only brought three sets because in truth that's all I owned and I'd worked out
every single day since coming here. When packing the three sets of ... natural
runners high and all the other things we just let go of as we age. ... At thirty seven
I was still young but it was amazing how early you could lose your fitness. Still I
was ...

What We Leave Behind

Author: Derrick Jensen
Publisher: Seven Stories Press
ISBN: 1583229892
Size: 65.15 MB
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Man wanted to see things invisible and afar . . . he got television and can look
inside a studio. ... Body and soul therefore have an intensely historical character
and find no proper place in what is new, in things that have just come into being.
... But it is precisely the loss of connection with the past, our uprootedness, which
has given rise to the 'discontents' of civilization and to such a flurry and haste that
we ...