Driven by the compulsion to wander, Eleanor left her beloved daughter Cassidy in her family's care -- but Cassidy and the others died before Eleanor could find her way home. Now Eleanor and her family are reunited in an afterlife well suited to confronting unfinished business. But the restlessness that shaped Eleanor's life still haunts her in death.
the boy was born in a perfectly beautiful place, with a perpetually cool spring right in the center of his universe. but for some reason, the young man left to explore. and though he searched the entire world and fought valiantly to achieve his goals, nothing ever satisfied him, and he learned to live with his discontentment. finally, he sets out one more time to find his peace and happiness.
The late Teens and early Twenties take a toll on a women's soul; Finding herself and searching for "The One" who completes her. However, she is not alone.
The book of poems identify and empathize the journey. What not told: Every journey has a good ending.
It is amazing to realize that there is a state park in Arkansas that has genuine diamonds and visitors are allowed to keep the gems they find. Even more fascinating is the fact that many children have found valuable diamonds there. This ebooks tells the fascinating, true stories of some of the larger, more remarkable finds children have made at Arkansas' Crater of Diamonds State Park.
The find of a lifetime starts with obtaining search permission or legally avoiding that obligation. Where can you legally search without permission? How do you find the landowner to ask for search permission? How do you persuade the landowner to give their permission? The author draws on his experience at successfully and painlessly gaining search permission on a wide range of sites to reveal All.
An adolescent's search for himself, told through the bedtime talks between a single, widowed father and his son. Not only does it portray a healthy relationship between father and son, it uncovers many of the paradoxes associated with our search for a respectful identity. Each night, Dad spurs his son on like Jesus would have, with just enough insight to prod Curio's desire for more.
We search the Scriptures for wisdom, for a new tip to bring it all together, only to experientially realize that the Christian life is more than just a formula for success. To our demise and ultimately the beginnings of our Christian maturity, we discover that there are no perfect formulas, only a perfect God and imperfect man.
This is the true story of how I sought for, and found a 2.13-carat, brown diamond at Arkansas’ Crater of Diamonds State Park. I had it cut into a lovely, 1.21-carat marquise diamond that is worth $9,800. My discovery was awarded “One of the Best Finds of 2010” by the editors of Western and Eastern Treasure Magazine.