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by Harold Milton
Author: Harold Milton
Publisher: AuthorHouse (July 27, 2004)
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Wising Up reassures that life has meaning and instructs how to find that meaning. The book provides methods to increase consciousness and broaden narrowed perspectives
Wising Up reassures that life has meaning and instructs how to find that meaning. The book provides methods to increase consciousness and broaden narrowed perspectives. Through the authors own experience, as well as the teachings of others, you will learn the process involved in self-discovery and greater attentiveness to living. Participate in Wising Up and live life without regrets.
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Wising Up. by Hal Milton. Wising Up is for everybody: the middle-aged, aging boomer, and anyone interested in Wising Up and living more consciously. After over forty years of combined experience in teaching and creating and facilitating workshops, Milton realized that our culture's focus is primarily on recreation and prolonging life, rather than the quality of that life.
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Life Without Regrets. Published July 29, 2004 by AuthorHouse. Aging, Religious life, Conduct of life, Psychological aspects, Older people.
Harold Bloom’s large-minded and large-hearted book about the great books has many of the virtues that it sees and .
Harold Bloom’s large-minded and large-hearted book about the great books has many of the virtues that it sees and shows in the works he so fiercely admires. Christopher Ricks, The Washington Times. One of the great regrets of my life is not having had the opportunity of surveying a course taught by Mr. Bloom at Yale or NYU, or better yet, sitting down and having a beer with the man and discussing poetry. I solace myself by reading his works incessantly and watching lectures and interviews on youtube (forgive me Mr. Bloom, I am as technologically adverse as you are, but I have to do what I have to do).
Without Regret is a 1935 American drama film directed by Harold Young and starring Elissa Landi, Paul Cavanagh and Frances Drake. It also features an early appearance by David Niven. It was based on the play Interference the British writers Roland Pertwee and Harold Dearden which had previously been turned into a 1928 silent film of the same title. The film was released on September 13, 1935, by Paramount Pictures.