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At the Threshold

The Developing Adolescent

by S. Shirley Feldman

  • 298 Want to read
  • 30 Currently reading

Published by Harvard University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Adolescents,
  • Child & developmental psychology,
  • Children,
  • Human biology,
  • Human growth & development,
  • Adolescent Psychology,
  • Sociology Of Youth,
  • Sociology,
  • Psychology,
  • General,
  • Psychology & Psychiatry / General

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages656
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7692034M
    ISBN 100674050363
    ISBN 109780674050365

    at the beginning of something or very close to something (such as a new condition, an important discovery, etc.) — usually + of young people on the threshold of adulthood Learn More about on/at the threshold Share on/at the threshold. “Words at the Threshold: What We Say as We’re Nearing Death” is a book that Lisa Smartt wrote while finding her way through the grief of her father’s death. For a book that deals with the last words of dying people, Threshold is a surprisingly hopeful book.

    The NOOK Book (eBook) of the The Threshold by Marlys Millhiser at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more! Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. Thank you for your patience. Book Annex Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events Help Auto Suggestions are available once you type at . Publishing history. Threshold was first published in and reprinted in by Bantam Spectra. After being out of print for approximately two decades, Palmer made arrangements with Eric Flint's Ring of Fire Press in to have his works reprinted (ISBN ).Author: David R. Palmer.

    On the Threshold of the Unseen Sir William Fletcher Barrett (Febru - ) was Professor of Physics at the Royal College of Science for Dublin from and one of the distinguished early psychical researchers.   "Trembling at the Threshold – Encountering the Divine in Daily Life", is a collection of spiritual poetry and prose that reminds us of the accessibility of the Divine. Share the journey from universal longing, through the author's surprising personal experiences of the Mystery, to a deepened wonder and love of the One, which is everywhere, and within.


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At the Threshold book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Adolescents embody the best hopes of American society. Their vital role i 4/5. At The Threshold of Mystery and millions of other books are available for Amazon Kindle.

Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device s: 3. Words at the Threshold documents what the dying say and see and hear in that moment of truth.

This book is a gift to all of us who seek to peer past death into the world of spirit.” This book is a gift to all of us who seek to peer past death into the world of spirit.”/5(69).

"You will follow the book, whose every page is an abyss where the wing shines with the name." Edmond Jabès. "At the Threshold of the Book" from From the Book to the Book © and reprinted by permission of Wesleyan University Press.

At the Threshold presents the long-awaited findings of the Carnegie Foundation study on adolescence. It offers a comprehensive overview of what investigators are learning about normal development and provides an interdisciplinary synthesis of research into the biological, social, and psychological changes occurring during this key stage in the.

From the title, clearly a mushy love story. Pick this book if you like this genre and you won't be disappointed. The cover and title are in keeping with the story. Threshold of love is incidently the name if the event management company that Ahaana, the protagonist of this story, manages.4/5(24).

On the Threshold of Hope offers hope and healing to men and women who have been traumatized by sexual abuse. Langberg's insights and the quotations from many survivors assure readers that they are not alone and that Christ, the Redeemer, can heal their deep wounds.

I think THE LURKER AT THE THRESHOLD has stayed in-print since its initial publication, a remarkable feat. If you are looking for a book by Lovecraft, don't buy this book. But if you want a fairly good and imaginative novel in the Cthulhu Mythos tradition, one that is rich in imagination and well-written, this is a good book for by: 2.

The Lurker at the Threshold is a horror novel by American writer August Derleth, based on short fragments written by H. Lovecraft, who died inand published as a collaboration between the two authors. According to S. Joshi, of the novel's 50, words, 1, were written by : August Derleth (inspired by fragments by H.P.

Words at the Threshold is a treasure trove of experience and insight around the last words spoken by the dying, as revealed through the mind of a professional linguist, offering that birth and death are different facets of the same process,that both are essential in the /5(24).

14 (Threshold, #1), The Fold (Threshold, #2), Dead Moon (Threshold, #3), and Terminus (Threshold, #4). " Words at the Threshold is a treasure trove of experience and insight around the last words spoken by the dying, as revealed through the mind of a linguist, proposing that birth and death are different facets of the same process, that both are essential in the cycle of life, and that our soul connections do not end with death/5(52).

Titled "To Pause at the Threshold: Reflections on Living on the Border," published by Morehouse Publishing, she writes about living a spiritual life, of living life within the Anglican Communion.

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In Love at the Threshold, first time author Dina Gregory has written a very moving account of her intimate journey of self-discovery. Written in the wake of a sobering and heartrending divorce, this raw, revealing, and lyrical memoir is at once deeply personal and absolutely universal, illustrating the spiritual pattern of transformation: order, disorder, and s: 7.

“Rarely can we say a book has the ability to profoundly affect the way we live and think, but Words at the Threshold is truly such a book.

The research is impeccable, and the insights that Lisa Smartt gives us into the realm of the threshold open doors of perception that help us understand what it is to be part of the human experience.”Brand: New World Library.

Words at the Threshold documents what the dying say and see and hear in that moment of truth. This book is a gift to all of us who seek to peer past death into the world of spirit.” This book is a gift to all of us who seek to peer past death into the world of spirit.”.

I carry "Threshold" in my purse -- it's a tiny book -- and read it often. I pulled it out this morning to reset my perspective and noticed the Meditations on the spiritual value of being "between" or "outside" of action, movement, progress, order, written by a woman who, as her bio says, is a scholar of both the Celtic and Benedictine traditions/5(11).

At the Threshold of the Book Poem by Edmond Jabès - Poem Hunter At the Threshold of the Book poem by Edmond is going on behind this door A Ratings: 1. "On the Threshold" is a short lyric poem by the Nobel Prize—winning Italian poet Eugenio Montale. It was written in and published in in Italy as the first poem in.

This is an insightful book worth reading."-- Paul Perry, coauthor of Glimpses of Eternity "Rarely can we say a book has the ability to profoundly affect the way we live and think, but Words at the Threshold is truly such a book.

The research is impeccable, and the insights that Lisa Smartt gives us into the realm of the threshold open doors of Brand: Threshold. ‘At The Threshold of Love’ creates those emotions and makes you live it through, until the very last page.

Once you take it into your hands, be prepared for it ‘melts your heart – one breath at a time!’ Book Review (At the Threshold of Love) Namita Sonthalia is a wonderful writer. Her grip and command over the words are commendable.4/5.The Threshold - Collected Poems. Book Overview. The reader is introduced to Somnath Sarkar’s work of poems, which charms, captivates, and astounds the reader with the author’s spiritual learning, intellect, sensitivity, and lyricism about nature.

Some of his poems are .