About 1,420 results
|Twenty-five years ago, a disillusioned young man set out on a walk across America. This is the book he wrote about that journey -- a classic account of the reawakening of his faith in himself and his country.|
|This edition contains a special Afterword by Rand's literary executor, Leonard Peikoff which includes excerpts from Ayn Rand's own notes on the making of The Fountainhead.|
- 64 pages
|For safety, they rode in two single files a half-mile apart so motorists wouldn't |
have to pass a long line. ... "You learn to pass messages from front to back, watch
out for cars, and pay more attention to the road and the passing scenery ... "It's
been a challenge to me because I thought I might not be able to make 250 miles,"
said Life Scout Brian Sullivan. ... The cyclists were able to travel light because a
big van driven by Mark Sullivan's father, Jim, carried their food, camp kitchen,
|November 13th 1995 (Monday) I hear the Yovo song all the time, and now it's |
starting to get really annoying. ... Unfortunately, I have to bring a backpack in
order to carry my water and camera so I cannot refuse. ... Since passable roads
and taxis are so hard to find in Benin, they allow volunteers to ride on the back of
motorcycles as long as they are wearing their Peace ... Unfortunately I don't get a
travel allowance so my only every day work related transportation is my mountain
|A major literary event when it was published in Viking hardcover in 2007, this is the uncut version of an American classic—rougher, wilder, and more provocative than the official work that appeared, heavily edited, in 1957.|
|How can we go through life with a person and not communicate the things that |
hurt us the most to the person we love? It's so amazing how easily we attack one
another instead of lifting each other up. We expect things to go our way and when
they don't then we act like children and pout and cry expecting to get our way ...
Our minds have to be free of stress and worries no matter how much we feel we
have everything under control. ... Once I got back 172 Latisha Johnson-Freeman.
|In the former case he would never for a day feel quite certain how much money |
he was actually going to leave his beneficiary ; in ... for putting his whole reliance
on a promise with so little back of it that a big steamship accident might at any
time make it ... recall the old comparison of a worldly clergyman to a guide-post,
which points out the right road but never travels it. ... forfeiture : how can it have
driven regular insurance into a plan which its own life- blood depends on not
|Or, perhaps you'd like them just as well if Lewis James had sent them you can |
have them, any way! ... I hope it's not a story against them, because I like them ;
yes," and here Bel shook her brown head funnily, " I even like to ... Don't interrupt,
dear. ... a goldsmith ; and there the dear thing stood waiting to carry my parents
back when I should have rolled off on my travels. ... It was all black silk, and so
much black silk that, in my quizzical mind, I decided she must have had a
husband who ...
|At last he touches my arm, and the shock travels all the way up to my neck. ... Jon |
at the hospital in this beautiful July weather brought back a memory not so much
of T's surgery but of the rituals surrounding it: the ring road around the hospital, ...
|So I went higher up on the power chain, to Fate, to Life, even to God. Nothing fit. |
It's only now that I realize what should have been obvious to me from the
beginning. It's all been a matter of ... It's not as if I don't know how to make
decisions. Hospital nurses have to ... And I could go back over all the other
dilemmas that have disoriented me this year—whether to ... And it is me who is in
charge of my life and the road I will have to travel to get to where Jennifer and I
need to go. The simple ...