The Forgotten Art of Love

The Forgotten Art of Love
Author: Armin A. Zadeh
Publisher: New World Library
Total Pages: 224
Release: 2017-10-15
Genre: Psychology
ISBN: 1608684881

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Explore the many facets of our most valued emotion Cardiologist and professor Armin Zadeh revisits psychologist Erich Fromm’s The Art of Loving, a book that has fascinated him for decades. The Forgotten Art of Love examines love in its complex entirety — through the lenses of biology, philosophy, history, religion, sociology, and economics — to fill in critical voids in Fromm’s classic work and to provide a contemporary understanding of love. This unique and wide-ranging book looks at love’s crucial role in every aspect of human existence, exploring what love has to do with sex, spirituality, society, and the meaning of life; different kinds of love (for our children, for our neighbors); and whether love is a matter of luck or an art that can be mastered. Dr. Zadeh provides a fascinating, empowering guide to enhancing relationships and happiness — concluding with a provocative vision for firmly anchoring love in our society.

Armin Only

Armin Only
Author: Coen Bom
Publisher: Overamstel Uitgevers
Total Pages: 234
Release: 2009-10-20
Genre: Biography & Autobiography
ISBN: 9048804485

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In 2008 werd Armin van Buuren bij de verkiezingen van 's werelds beste 100 dj's uitgeroepen tot populairste dj van de wereld. Het boek Eén op één volgt hem in het jaar dat daaraan voorafging. Van Buuren wordt gevolgd tijdens zijn talloze vliegreizen, optredens en interviewsessies. Het is de eerste inkijk in het leven de populairste dj van het moment. Wat gebeurt er nu werkelijk buiten het vele vliegen en alle glitter & glamour? Hoe is Armin op nummer 1 gekomen? Aan het woord komen zijn vrienden, ouders en manager(s). Met vele exclusieve foto's.

The Island

The Island
Author: Armin Greder
Publisher: Allen & Unwin
Total Pages: 32
Release: 2007-08-01
Genre: Juvenile Fiction
ISBN: 9781742699905

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In the morning the people of the island found a man sitting on the shore, there where fate and the ocean currents had set him and his frail raft in the night. When he saw them coming towards him, he rose to his feet. He was not like them. This internationally acclaimed, award-winning picture book is astonishing, powerful and timely.

For the Love of Armin.

For the Love of Armin.
Author: Michael Kramer
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Total Pages: 0
Release: 2017-05-27
ISBN: 9781545390986

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In September of the year 9 A.D., the young Germanic warrior known as Armin to his friends and Arminius to his Roman enemies, successfully took on and defeated three entire Roman legions. This resulted in the deaths of over twenty thousand Roman soldiers. This in turn resulted in the Roman emperor called Tiberius recalling all Roman military units from Germania. The Germanic tribes would associate for their common good, often meeting and forming up for offensive or defensive war, but they were always separate and very independent. Armin knew that the best way to ensure that his country was not bothered by outside invaders again was to become a single country complete with it own army and navy. In this he crossed swords with the independent temper of his own people. They did not want any king from anywhere telling them what to do. In due course, this resulted in even the members of his own family taking up arms against him in order to make sure that the tribes of Germania remained independent and free. Such was the concern of the ancient Germanic tribesmen that this might not be the case, that Armin was murdered by the members of his own family.

For the Love of Armin

For the Love of Armin
Author: Michael G Kramer
Total Pages: 326
Release: 2018-07-09
ISBN: 9780648365006

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September 9 A.D., Armin, Thusnelda and their warriors wiped out Varus and his three Roman legions + supporting units in the Teutoburg Forest, altering the course of history! That resulted in Rome withdrawing all units from Germania and they never returned, other than to conduct some isolated raids and incursions.

Robert Armin and Shakespeare's Performed Songs

Robert Armin and Shakespeare's Performed Songs
Author: Catherine A. Henze
Publisher: Routledge
Total Pages: 334
Release: 2017-06-26
Genre: Literary Criticism
ISBN: 1317055985

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After Robert Armin joined the Chamberlain's Men, singing in Shakespeare's dramas catapulted from 1.25 songs and 9.95 lines of singing per play to 3.44 songs and 29.75 lines of singing, a virtually unnoticed phenomenon. In addition, many of the songs became seemingly improvisatory—similar to Armin's personal style as an author and solo comedian. In order to study Armin's collaborative impact, this interdisciplinary book investigates the songs that have Renaissance music that could have been heard on Shakespeare's stage. They occur in some of Shakespeare's most famous plays, including Much Ado About Nothing, Twelfth Night, Hamlet, and The Tempest. In fact, Shakespeare's plays, as we have them, are not complete. They are missing the music that could have accompanied the plays’ songs. Significantly, Renaissance vocal music, far beyond just providing entertainment, was believed to alter the bodies and souls of both performers and auditors to agree with its characteristics, directly inciting passions from love to melancholy. By collaborating with early modern music editor and performing artist Lawrence Lipnik, Catherine Henze is able to provide new performance editions of seventeen songs, including spoken interruptions and cuts and rearrangement of the music to accommodate the dramatist's words. Next, Henze analyzes the complete songs, words and music, according to Renaissance literary and music primary sources, and applies the new information to interpretations of characters and scenes, frequently challenging commonly held literary assessments. The book is organized according to Armin's involvement with the plays, before, during, and after the comic actor joined Shakespeare's company. It offers readers the tools to interpret not only these songs, but also vocal music in dramas by other Renaissance playwrights. Moreover, Robert Armin and Shakespeare's Performed Songs, written with non-specialized terminology, provides a gateway to new areas of research and interpretation in an increasingly significant interdisciplinary field for all interested in Shakespeare and early modern drama.

The Archer

The Archer
Author: Carol Cottone Choomack
Publisher: AuthorHouse
Total Pages: 237
Release: 2013-09-26
Genre: Body, Mind & Spirit
ISBN: 1491815884

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The Archer takes you on a mystifying journey of one mans travels, permitting you to look into his world and his way of the bow. The Archer has no home to call his own as he travels the world alone. He takes one small suitcase and a long sleeve in which he carries his most prized possession. A once successful architect, the Archer is taken to the brink of ruin only to rise again, committing himself to a new way of life, as he learns about China and the mystical mountains of Wudang, where his past and present meet. Haunting dreams reveal secrets from sixth-century China. Lilian, his lost love, assists him in finding the missing pieces of a past life. Drawn to live by the Tao Te Ching and the flowing movements of Taijiquan he embraces the simplicity of life. He has no desire for material things and needs nothing other than what God puts before him. A disciplined teacher and guide, he changes the souls of children along his way and allows a brief glimpse into the window of his soul. With a click of the mouse, I came to find Armin Hirmer, the Archer, within the confines of my modern silver machine. Certainly, it was not by chance, but a universal vibration radiating and my ability as an intuitive to capture what was revealed to my eyes. His photography mesmerized me, revealing a million oceans rippling the spirit within him.

Betrayal of Angels

Betrayal of Angels
Author: Armin Shimerman
Total Pages:
Release: 2020-11-05
ISBN: 9781949184310

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The Queen's conjurer, Doctor John Dee; Elizabethan mathematician, cryptographer, and mystic, is commissioned by her Majesty's spymaster, Walsingham, to suss out the loyalty of a Catholic Duke who governs an island in the English Channel. His mission: Discover any treason, religious terrorists and possible threats to The Crown. In preparation for his mission, Dee becomes acquainted with William, an unknown, teenaged playwright, who has just written a horrendousflop - "Prince Amleth". On a blustery winter's day, they set sail on their clandestine mission to find forbidden, seditious clues in the strangest of places. Dee must rely on his ingenuity, build trust with his young companion, and follow each slim lead to discover if recusants exist on the island or if there are yet some loyal to the Crown.His very life depends on it.

Armin Hansen

Armin Hansen
Author: Scott A. Shields
Publisher: Pomegranate Communications
Total Pages: 280
Release: 2015
Genre: Art
ISBN: 9780764969591

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"Looks at the life and work of San Francisco, California, native Armin Hansen (1886-1957), an early twentieth-century painter and etcher. Includes approximately 170 illustrations and 25 photographs"--

The Beloved

The Beloved
Author: Armin Kabiri
Total Pages: 88
Release: 2020-03-03
Genre: Poetry
ISBN: 9781951937256

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"In his latest work, The Beloved, Kabiri's poetry makes an astonishing perspective shift outwards. Internal struggle, strife, love, and joy give way to the depths and heights of the emotions of the universe. The Beloved represents a period of enormous and painful growth, brought to the reader through images that consistently surprise. Violence gives way to the gentle touch of love, and the infinity of the world is brought to bear in delicate creatures and attributes of the natural world. Lest you, dear reader, think the project may be too vast and too heavy to engage, fret not! The Beloved playfully welcomes you in with tenderness and joy. In the face of pain and struggle, The Beloved offers hope for peace, love, and reconciliation, especially on the battlefields of gender. By poem's end, he leaves us with a clear directive--we are one, and we are beautiful in each moment that we practice reciprocity. And, if we look closely enough, we will be sure to find reciprocity in every moment." --Aidan Pillard, Healer