Letting Go

Letting Go Author Bill Adair
ISBN-10 9781611326628
Release 2012-03-15
Pages 336
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Letting Go? investigates path-breaking public history practices at a time when the traditional expertise of museums seems challenged at every turn—by the Web and digital media, by community-based programming, by new trends in oral history and by contemporary art. In this anthology of 19 thought pieces, case studies, conversations and commissioned art, almost 30 leading practitioners such as Michael Frisch, Jack Tchen, Liz Ševcenko, Kathleen McLean, Nina Simon, Otabenga Jones and Associates, and Fred Wilson explore the implications of letting audiences create, not just receive, historical content. Drawing on examples from history, art, and science museums, Letting Go? offers concrete examples and models that will spark innovative work at institutions of all sizes and budgets. This engaging new collection will serve as an introductory text for those newly grappling with a changing field and, for those already pursuing the goal of “letting go,” a tool for taking stock and pushing ahead.



Letting Go

Letting Go Author Roy D. Phillips
ISBN-10 9781566995764
Release 1999-12-01
Pages 153
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Interlude 1 The ``Letting Go'' Interludes From Membership to Ministry What They Come Hoping For For the Life of the Spirit Members as Consumers Professional Spiritual Care Providers The Training of Ministers Evoking the Ministry of the LaityInterlude 2 Letting Go of Numbers as Proof of Success Letting Go of the Sacred/Secular Split Jesus on Letting Go The Poet Emily Dickinson on Letting Go Letting Go While Sounding a Warning A Personal Prayer for Letting Go From Entitlement to Mission Entitled to Influence Inadequate Missions Vision Evokes Mission Mission Discernment Review and Outcomes Two Theologies of Congregational Life Assets of the Community A Community of Gifts Dancing the Missional Outcomes An Outcomes Matrix Interlude 3 Letting Go of Solo Pastoring Letting Go of Being the Instructor A Chinese Philosopher Speaks of Letting Go in Leadership Letting Go of Ministry as Entitlement Letting Go of Being the Wise One From Education to Spiritual Development Early American Origins of Spiritual Development Early Influence of the Idea of Spiritual Development Spiritual Development in Congregations Today Outcomes Who Will Lead? Exploring Scripture toward Spiritual Growth ``The Basics'' Looking Ahead and Finding Ways to Share Interlude 4 A Catholic Mystic on the Divine Seed Letting Go of ``For Adults Only'' Religion Letting Go into Images Letting Go Inwardly---An Exercise Letting Go Inwardly---An Exercise Continues 1 Letting Go Inwardly---An Exercise Continues 2 The Artist Philip Guston on Letting Go Jesus on Letting Go From Diversity to Engagement Creative Interchange Structured for Conflict? Tolerating Each Other Beyond Tolerance of Diversity to Engagement Mutuality Other Ways of Reflecting Together A Call Forward Interlude 5 Letting Go of Unilateral Power Letting Go into Non-Anxious Leadership The Poet Mary Sarton on Letting Go The Poet Philip Booth on Letting Go Notes



Letting Go of the Words

Letting Go of the Words Author Janice Redish
ISBN-10 9780123859303
Release 2012
Pages 368
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"Learn how to have great conversations through your site or app. Meet your business goals while satisfying your site visitors' needs. Learn how to create useful and usable content from the master - Ginny Redish. Ginny's easy-to-read style will teach you how to plan, organize, write, design, and test your content"--



Letting Go

Letting Go Author Dave Harvey
ISBN-10 9780310523543
Release 2016-11-08
Pages 192
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What do you do when someone you love leaves? And how do you pursue someone who has hurt you, who has sinned against you? In Letting Go, pastors Dave Harvey and Paul Gilbert share stories of pain and stories of hope as they reveal how to care for the prodigal who has strayed. Whether you are dealing with an unfaithful marriage partner, a rebellious child, or a wayward friend, the counsel they offer will help you to pursue a gospel-rooted approach, grounded in truth and practiced in the midst of Christian community. While each situation is unique, most stories deal with common themes of shame, guilt, confusion, uncertainty, and struggle. You will understand the spiritual dynamics at work in the heart of the prodigal and how you as a family member, spouse, friend, or church leader can best relate to them in love. You will learn how to practice “redemptive release” through confrontation and discipline as well as how to forgive the person who has hurt you through a process of reconciliation. For those in a time of waiting and wondering if their loved one will ever return home, there is a reminder of the hope of the gospel and the necessity of depending upon the Holy Spirit through prayer. A must-have resource for every believer struggling to love the prodigal back home again, it is ideal for parents and siblings, counselors, pastors, and those ministering to hurting families and churches.



The Language of Letting Go

The Language of Letting Go Author Melody Beattie
ISBN-10 9781592857975
Release 2009-12-12
Pages 408
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Written for those of us who struggle with codependency, these daily meditations offer growth and renewal, and remind us that the best thing we can do is take responsibility for our own self-care. Melody Beattie integrates her own life experiences and fundamental recovery reflections in this unique daily meditation book written especially for those of us who struggle with the issue of codependency.Problems are made to be solved, Melody reminds us, and the best thing we can do is take responsibility for our own pain and self-care. In this daily inspirational book, Melody provides us with a thought to guide us through the day and she encourages us to remember that each day is an opportunity for growth and renewal.



Letting Go

Letting Go Author Maya Banks
ISBN-10 9780698148161
Release 2014-02-04
Pages 352
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THE FIRST BOOK OF THE SURRENDER TRILOGY In her sensational Breathless Trilogy, #1 New York Times bestselling author Maya Banks tested the boundaries of desire. In her new trilogy, there’s only one thing left to do: cross them. And never have the consequences of erotic exploration been so irresistibly inviting, so shockingly intimate, and so totally unexpected… LETTING GO Josslyn found perfection once, and she knows she’ll never find it again. Now widowed, she seeks the one thing her beloved husband couldn’t give her: dominance. Lonely, searching for an outlet for her grief and wanting only a brief taste of the perfection she once enjoyed, she seeks what she’s looking for at an exclusive club that caters to people indulging in their most hedonistic fantasies. She never imagined that what she’d find would be the one man who’s long been a source of comfort—and secret longing. Her husband’s best friend. Dash has lived in an untenable position for years: in love with his best friend’s wife but unwilling to act on that attraction. He’d never betray his best friend. And so he’s waited in the wings, offering Joss unconditional support and comfort as she works past her grief, hoping for the day when he can offer her more. When he finds her in a club devoted to the darker edges of desire, he’s furious because he thinks she has no idea what she’s getting herself into. Until she explains in detail what it is she wants. What she needs. As realization sets in, he is gripped by fierce, unwavering determination. If she wants dominance, he is the only man who will introduce her to that world. He is the only man who will touch her, cherish her…love her. And the only man she’ll ever submit to.



The Secret of Letting Go

The Secret of Letting Go Author Guy Finley
ISBN-10 9780738717494
Release 2010-09-08
Pages 312
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Llewellyn is proud to present the revised and expanded edition of our best-selling self-help book, The Secret of Letting Go by Guy Finley. Featuring an attractive new cover and fresh material, this Finley classic has been updated inside and out. With more than 200,000 copies sold, Guy Finley's message of self-liberation has touched people around the world. Discover how to extinguish self-defeating thoughts and habits that undermine true happiness. Exploring relationships, depression, and stress, his inspiring words can help you let go of debilitating anxiety, unnecessary anger, paralyzing guilt, and painful heartache. True stories, revealing dialogues, and thought-provoking questions will guide you toward the endless source of inner strength and emotional freedom that resides within us all. "There is something profoundly healing in the way Guy Finley talks to us, as if he understands what we have gone through and what we are now capable of." —Hugh Prather, author of Notes to Myself "Guy Finley is one of the most respected people in self-development because he guides the seeker's soul with common sense, humor, and ultimate spirituality." —Linda Mackenzie, general manager, Healthylife.net "Guy Finley's insights are an absolute goldmine of true wisdom . . . he is simply one of the best at describing the inner game and awakening to a higher level of self."—Karen King, co-founder, InnerHealingCompass.com



Letting Go

Letting Go Author David R. Hawkins
ISBN-10 9781401945534
Release 2013-08-01
Pages 368
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The present work describes a simple and effective means by which to let go of the obstacles to Enlightenment and become free of negativity. During the many decades of the author's clinical psychiatric practice, the primary aim was to seek the most effective ways to relieve human suffering in all its many forms. The letting go technique (surrender) was found to be of great practical benefit and is described in this book.



Letting Go

Letting Go Author William Gruber, M.D.
ISBN-10 9781475903713
Release 2003-10-30
Pages 284
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What would you do if you were granted your heart's desire-the one thing in life that you wanted the most-but then found out that you had only a limited time in which to enjoy it? What would you do if you were given knowledge and power, even to the point of delaying death, but then found out that such a gift might cost you your soul? A young man in Chicago faced the first question. At the same time and the same age, a young man in Boston faced the second one. Years later, in Seattle, as both men approached mid-life, they began a ten-year relationship. During those years, as each helped the other through illness and transition, the answers to both questions gradually emerged. Bill Gruber said of Mark Smetko, "At first he was my patient then he became my friend, and then he became my teacher." Letting Go is the memoir of that relationship. By the time it was over, both men had found a life they had never known before.



Let Go Now

Let Go Now Author Karen Casey
ISBN-10 9781459616745
Release 2011-04
Pages 460
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Explains how to let go of trying to control other people in order to solve problems and describes how to be more open to showing genuine love and empathy toward others.



Letting Go

Letting Go Author Philip Roth
ISBN-10 9780307788627
Release 2011-04-20
Pages 640
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Letting Go is Roth's first full-length novel, published just after Goodbye, Columbus, when he was twenty-nine. Set in 1950s Chicago, New York, and Iowa city, Letting Go presents as brilliant a fictional portrait as we have of a mid-century America defined by social and ethical constraints and by moral compulsions conspicuously different from those of today. Newly discharged from the Korean War army, reeling from his mother's recent death, freed from old attachments and hungrily seeking others, Gabe Wallach is drawn to Paul Herz, a fellow graduate student in literature, and to Libby, Paul's moody, intense wife. Gabe's desire to be connected to the ordered "world of feeling" that he finds in books is first tested vicariously by the anarchy of the Herzes' struggles with responsible adulthood and then by his own eager love affairs. Driven by the desire to live seriously and act generously, Gabe meets an impassable test in the person of Martha Reganhart, a spirited, outspoken, divorced mother of two, a formidable woman who, according to critic James Atlas, is masterfully portrayed with "depth and resonance." The complex liason between Gabe and Martha and Gabe's moral enthusiasm for the trials of others are at the heart of this tragically comic work. From the Trade Paperback edition.



Letting Go

Letting Go Author Menzan Zuih?
ISBN-10 0824824407
Release 2001-01
Pages 167
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Of the many eccentric figures in Japanese Zen, the Soto Zen master Tosui Unkei (d. 1683) is surely among the most colorful and extreme. Variously compared to Ryokan and Francis of Assisi, Tosui has been called the original hippie. After many grueling years of Zen study and the sanction of a distinguished teacher, Tosui abandoned the religious establishment and became a drifter. The arresting details of Tosui's life were recorded in the Tribute (Tosui osho densan), a lively and colloquial account written by the celebrated scholar and Soto Zen master Menzan Zuiho. Menzan concentrates on Tosui's years as a beggar and laborer, recounting episodes from an unorthodox life while at the same time opening a new window on seventeenth-century Japan. The Tribute is translated here for the first time, accompanied by woodblock prints commissioned for the original 1768 edition. Peter Haskel's introduction places Tosui in the context of the Japanese Zen of his period--a time when the identities of early modern Zen schools were still being formed and a period of spiritual crisis for many distinguished monks who believed that the authentic Zen transmission had long ceased to exist. A biographical addendum offers a detailed overview of Tosui's life in light of surviving premodern sources.



Letting Go

Letting Go Author Veronica Ray
ISBN-10 0894865692
Release 1989-04-01
Pages 36
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People recovering from codependency, adult children of dysfunctional families, and those seeking healthier relationships will find welcome wisdom and inspiration in the first four A Moment to Reflect booklets, Hazelden's newest inspirational series for Twelve Step living. Each of these four take-along booklets contains 30 topical affirmations that guide us as we work to improve our relationships. The first four booklets in this series address setting boundaries, letting go, accepting ourselves, and living our own lives. The meditations within are dedicated to the important, often difficult task of releasing our old self-defeating attitudes and behaviors. We can move forward toward greater peace and serenity by letting go of the past and the future; obsessions with other people's feelings and problems; old guilt, shame, fear, and pain; destructive relationships; impatience; perfectionism; fearfulness; pessimism; and magical thinking. Letting go frees us to live in the present and build a better future. Without the weight of our old patterns of holding us back, we can move forward along our path of spiritual growth. We can reach for new healthier, happier ways of living.



Letting Go

Letting Go Author Dudley D. Cahn
ISBN-10 088706454X
Release 1987-07-01
Pages 243
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While many books in the popular press deal with relationships, Letting Go is among the first to draw upon scholarly research to offer a theoretical perspective with practical implications. Cahn examines interpersonal relationship disengagement and reengagement by tapping the resources of social science literature. The result is a model for communication which seeks to achieve and maintain interpersonal understanding, while promoting communication behaviors that encourage growth of the individual and relationship satisfaction. The author’s integrated approach combines three models of relationship development; namely, quality communication, recognition and availability of more desirable alternatives, and degree of personal investments. He also surveys the literature on friendship, mateship, supervisor and subordinate relationships, and teacher-student relationships, and demonstrates that a quality communication environment, as measured by the Perceived Understanding Instrument, is crucial for understanding relationship disengagement and reengagement.



Letting Go

Letting Go Author Nancy A. Kaiser
ISBN-10 9780981463322
Release 2008-06
Pages 348
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LETTING GO is the extraordinary story of a woman who retires with her husband to the mountains of North Carolina to build their dream retirement home. Just as she embarks on this fabulous new chapter in her life, her husband confesses, "I never wanted any of this... ." Follow her struggle to learn from and let go of the devastating feelings of betrayal, grief, anger, fear, and loneliness that engulf her after they separate and divorce. Abandoned 600 miles from everyone she knows, her dream shattered, without a home or job, she dares to ask, "Why?" The answers lay buried deep beneath her pain. Join her as her quest for Truth reveals the most unusual teachers from within Nature and the spiritual realms, available only to those with courage to seek answers. Discover how she learns to let go and embrace her destiny.



Letting Go

Letting Go Author Richard W. Boerstler
ISBN-10 0960792805
Release 1982-06-01
Pages 48
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Letting Go has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Letting Go also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Letting Go book for free.



Letting Go

Letting Go Author C. Aronoff
ISBN-10 9781137510259
Release 2016-04-30
Pages 94
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Letting Go helps family business owners and CEOs make the decision to begin succession planning. It provides new ways of thinking about giving up control of the family business and explores practical strategies for preparing, managing, and carrying out the decision to do so.