All the memories of a man in his life, whether it might be of heart-warming or heart-breaking, should not go buried along with his last breath, but should leave some inputs to his family members, relatives and friends to make them aware of his past life track for their future guidance. At the same time, if the same man happens to be a person who had served in any public service organization, then his memories should not go vanished away along with his soul. However, such memories should necessarily leave a lesson to his successors and all the common public to learn the morals and to realize the things, as to how the problems are raised in societies and how the same could be prevented. Unlike the other departmental officials of the government services, the police officials would not have an opportunity of second innings to continue their services in any other sector after their retirement, as the police service is entirely different from other services of the governing bodies, like technical, educational, medical, and commercial services. Because of this, most of the retired police officials would feel themselves isolated and spend the remaining part of their lifetime in a lackadaisical manner. Under such circumstances, it is my son Arulmurugan, and my daughter Sivasakthi, who are now living respectively in Michigan and Arizona States of USA, have suggested me to write some useful articles in blog, a kind of website, to share my thoughts in good faith with hundreds and thousands of readers over the months and years. My children's encouragement and guidance empowered me to enter into such blog-writings and publish the same in my blog site. As far as the police department is concerned in olden days, our traditional practice was to write everything manually by our own hand for all kinds of script works until the police department was modernized. As I had been accustomed for a long time only to such manual writings, I gradually learned the system related works and starte
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Tales I've listened to the older men Telling tales of way back when Tales of peace, tales of war Tales of sights I never saw Those older folk of Micklefield In reminiscence much was revealed Old memories from the past Treasures that shall forever last Tales of joy, tales of woe Yet tales, that I love so
This story begins in 1881 when the author's father was born in Southampton, England. He immigrated to Canada, settled in Saskatchewan, raised a family-Agnes, being the youngest-growing up on a prairie farm. We follow the joys and sorrows of the Palmer family through to 1946 when Agnes accepts a teaching position in Rutland near Kelowna, B.C.
The life of humanity upon this planet may yet come to an end, and a very terrible end. But I would have you notice that this end is threatened in our time, not by anything that the universe may do to us, but only by what man may do to himself. John Haynes Holmes John Walking Bear, a Lakota Indian, living on the Pine Ridge reservation, receives a vision through a dream that is interpreted by his grandfather to mean that he must leave the reservation and travel to a distant land. He is assured that he will meet others and find the knowledge that will assist him in his ultimate life path, that of restoring the sacred hoop and the preservation of Mother Earth. John ends up in a small town in Florida where he meets four others, who through different circumstances, are also drawn to the same location. Sabrina Knight, the social worker from Camden, New Jersey who lost everything she held dear. Allondra Kwan, the young doctor from San Francisco, disillusioned by the system she so desperately wanted to believe in. Rick Cianci, lifelong cynic, distrustful of anything with the establishment, and Mark Alexander, career military officer who questions the 'book of rules' he himself helped to write. In the tropical waters just off the east coast, they each find their own vision of the future and the past. A vision of despair and a vision of hope, who's ultimate reality is for all of us to decide. Could the myths of Atlantis be true? Are the prophecies of Armageddon coming upon us as we enter the next millennium? Do we have the ability to save humanity, and the earth, from the self-destructive path it has taken over the years? Is a collective consciousness possible? Why have we become so fascinated with the spiritual world and the unknown? Do the legends from ancient cultures hold any secrets for us to learn now? The Eighth Portal is an adventure into a realm that we all can reach, but will manifest itself only to those who have the eyes to see and the ears to hear.
An authentic, revealing, inspiring and fascinating firsthand account of the four crucial decades (1912-1996) in the modern Indian history by a scholar, teacher and administrator. All activities are woven into one holistic approach, giving the importance to all but not sparing criticism where necessary.
Lives are about to be flipped upside down through a demonstration of the power of pure love. Hanna, Bull, and Gwen live in a world where loss is a reality and there are no holidays from pain. They are all connected, and find solace in each other as they come together to unearth a long-held secret that changes them forever.
Lilli Barclay needs a groom—and she needs one now. Not for herself, of course, but for her mother’s glamorous wedding-themed benefit. Then Lilli can get back to what really matters, earning a promotion at work. Just her luck that Max Sanders, the ideal candidate, still holds a grudge against her for an incident that happened twelve years ago.
Welcome to the fascinating world of Chicago street names! Did you know that Ainslie Street was named after a real estate developer whose widow, in 1848, left for California to pan for gold with a new husband? Or did you know that Crandon Avenue was named for a prohibitionist congressional candidate who lost to his opponent in 1882 by a vote of 11,686 to 663?
- Author : Barbara McMahon
- Publisher : HarperCollins UK
- Release Date : 2014-01-27
- Genre : Fiction
- Pages : 288
- ISBN : 9781472026439
Looking for forgiveness... When Jo Hunter was sixteen, she told a lie that changed the course of her life and the lives of her two foster sisters. Now she' s home to make things right. She needs to make peace with Maddie Oglethorpe, the only mother she' s ever known.