1 edition of Familiar greatness found in the catalog.
Written in English
|Statement||selected by Malcolm H. Tattersall.|
|Contributions||Tattersall, Malcolm Hamilton.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||36|
“Greatness” as a term is today both an inflated and a deflated currency, shad-ing over into categories of notoriety, transcendence, and some version of the postmodern fifteen minutes of fame. The modern cultural fantasy about heroes and greatness is a symptom of desire and loss: a desire for identifiable and objec-. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Greatness without fame by Loaz Whitfield Johnson, edition, in English Greatness without fame ( edition) | Open LibraryPages:
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He was right. In my new book, The School of Greatness, I share the tips and habits I’ve gathered from interviewing 'the greats.' The lessons and practical exercises in my book prove how anyone is capable of achieving greatness.
I’ve come to learn that the masters of greatness are successful not because they have managed to avoid or neutralize a traumatic life experience, but. Sermon on the Little Child, The disciples had gathered in the home which Jesus had established in Capernaum (Mt ; Mk ).
The incident that followed is recorded also in Mark and Luke As the disciples gathered, the question was raised, “Who is the greatest in the kingdom of heaven?” (Mt ). TODAY’S IDEA: 12 Books of Greatness – Day 1. I’m sure you’re familiar with the song Twelve Days of Christmas—here’s a lovely rendition interpreted by The Muppets.
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'Cleanness' Revisits Familiar Ground, Beautifully. Of the book's three sections, only the middle is titled: "Loving R." "the nineteenth-century liberation and Bulgaria's medieval greatness.