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Willie Oder Die Hilfe Durch Andere Existenzen

Author: Gerhard Zimmer
Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand
ISBN: 3833454393
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Geistiges Heilen auerhalb der Esoterik. Es ist die natrlichste Heilmethode, die es gibt. Der Autor beschreibt, wie er seine medialen Fhigkeiten erlangte und zu einem erfolgreichen energetischen Heiler wurde. Er fhrt Techniken zur Lsung von Problemen auf und erlutert seine interessanten Erkenntnisse ber das Zusammenwirken von Psyche und Krper. Seiner Meinung nach geschieht Krankheit ebenso wie Heilung aufgrund von durchaus nachvollziehbaren Grundprinzipien. Sie sind allerdings sehr komplex und deshalb nicht in drei Stzen zu erklren. Mit Zufall und Mystik hat das alles nichts zu tun. Der Autor ist der Ansicht, dass in vielen Menschen Fhigkeiten schlummern, die bisher noch unentdeckt sind. Es werden Wege aufgezeigt, die es interessierten Leserinnen und Lesern ermglichen, ihre eigenen Fhigkeiten zu entdecken und anzuwenden.

Willie

Author: Willie Nelson
Publisher: Cooper Square Press
ISBN: 1461661315
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Willie Nelson is more than just a singer whose albums have captures this country's imagination for more than thirty years: he is the nearest thing we have to the poet laureate of America's heart and the heartland. Told with frankness, warmth and earthy humor, here is Willie's story: his depression ere childhood; his stormy marriages; his will experiences with drugs, booze and women; his long rise to stardom; his musical and personal experiences with Waylon Jennings, Julio Iglesias, Kris Kristopherson, Johnny Cash, Ray Charles, Loretta Lynn, George Jones, Frank Sinatra and Linda Ronstadt.

Willie

Author: Ann Colin
Publisher: Penguin Group USA
ISBN: 9780140249088
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One mother shares her journal written during the first five years of her ADD-affected son's life

Willie Mays

Author: James S. Hirsch
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 9781439171653
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The “enormously entertaining and wide-ranging” (Seattle Times) authorized, definitive, New York Times bestselling biography of Willie Mays, the most complete baseball player of all time. Willie Mays is arguably the greatest player in baseball history, still revered for the passion he brought to the game. He began as a teenager in the Negro Leagues, became a cult hero in New York, and was the headliner in Major League Baseball’s bold expansion to California. He was a blend of power, speed, and stylistic bravado that enraptured fans for more than two decades. Now James Hirsch reveals the man behind the player. Mays was a transcendent figure who received standing ovations in enemy stadiums and who, during the turbulent civil rights era, urged understanding and reconciliation. More than his records, his legacy is defined by the pure joy that he brought to fans and the loving memories that have been passed to future generations so they might know the magic and beauty of the game. With meticulous research and drawing on interviews with Mays himself as well as with close friends, family, and teammates, Hirsch presents a brilliant portrait of one of America’s most significant cultural icons.

Willie Nelson

Author: Clint Richmond
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0671039601
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Profiles the life and career of one of country music's pioneers, based on an original VH1 broadcast, covering his songwriting, family, tax problems, and Farm Aid.

Conversations With Willie Morris

Author: Willie Morris
Publisher: Univ. Press of Mississippi
ISBN: 9781578062362
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"I've been asked all over America . . . why Mississippi is so distinctive. You know, we have our failings, but we're coming along all right. But as to why Mississippi is so artistic and athletic I always say there is something in the quality of two things: memory . . . and the sour-mash bourbon." During the three decades since the London Sunday Times trumpeted North Toward Home as "the finest evocation of an American boyhood since Mark Twain," southerner Willie Morris (1934-1999) wrote seventeen other books, including a second well-received volume of autobiography. Throughout his lengthy literary career, which began when he contributed his first sports column to a local newspaper at the age of twelve, he attained national prominence as a journalist, nonfiction writer, novelist, editor, and essayist. In Conversations with Willie Morris, the first collection of interviews and profiles devoted to this American author, Jack Bales compiles twenty-five fascinating and incisive conversations (some never before published) with a man who for over forty years confronted the turbulent issues of his generation. "I have no alternative to words," Morris occasionally replied when asked about his far-reaching career. And throughout his life he unceasingly spoke out on matters that concerned him, writing at various times with outrage, humor, sadness, and affection -- but always with passion and candor. The diverse topics covered in this collection reflect the scope of Morris's wide-ranging interests. As he speaks with journalists, public radio and television hosts, social historians, and even a professional comedian, he candidly discusses his own life and literary career, sports, other authors, the 1960s, politics, the Civil War, dogs, the complexities of race relations, and, of course, the South and his beloved Mississippi. After reviewing the author's Homecomings some ten years ago, a Boston Globe writer concluded, "There's damn fine life left in this man's prose." As is evident by Willie Morris's eighteen books, countless essays, and the insightful profiles and interviews gathered here, there is little doubt that this man's prose will be remembered as fresh, lively, and thought-provoking. Jack Bales, the author of Kenneth Roberts, Esther Forbes: A Bio-Bibliography of the Author of Johnny Tremain, and other books, has written extensively on Willie Morris. He is the reference and humanities librarian at Mary Washington College in Fredericksburg, VA. Other books by and about Willie Morris Remembering Willie North Toward Home

Willie Horton

Author: Grant Eldridge
Publisher: Wayne State University Press
ISBN: 9780814330258
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The 1968 Detroit Tigers always will mean something very special to the city of Detroit. No one player is a better symbol of the relationship between the '68 team and the city than is Willie Horton. When eight-year-old Willie was walking the six miles from his home in Stonega, Virginia to neighboring Appalachia to play baseball, he never dreamed that one day he would star in a major league World Series. The likelihood of a successful career of any kind seemed even more remote after his family moved to Detroit, Michigan. Growing up in Detroit's "Projects", Willie had no way of knowing that one day he would give his name to a foundation dedicated to helping youngsters living in similar slum conditions. Willie Horton: Detroit's Own "Willie the Wonder" takes this warm and generous man from his disadvantaged childhood through the excitement of a baseball career, and ends with an account of his ongoing work among today's youth. Willie believes that his success comes from what others have done for him, and he is determined to "give back" as much as he can. Young readers will understand why coaches and friends were so willing to help Willie, and they'll learn about how a real hero cares about other people.

Whistle For Willie

Author: Ezra Jack Keats
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 0698165624
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Since it was first published in 1964, Whistle for Willie has delighted millions of young readers with its nearly wordless text and its striking collage artwork depicting the story of Peter, who longs to whistle for his dog. The New York Times wrote: "Mr. Keats' illustrations boldly, colorfully capture the child, his city world, and the shimmering heat of a summer's day."