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A Wilderness of Possibilities

Urdu Studies in Transnational Perspective

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Published by Oxford University Press, USA .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsKathryn Hansen (Editor), David Lelyveld (Editor)
The Physical Object
Number of Pages318
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7394764M
ISBN 100195670205
ISBN 109780195670202

Mike White Yosemite is one of the great natural wonders of the world but much of it has been relatively inaccessible when snow covers the ground. Now, author Michael C. White opens up a whole world of possibilities. For those folks willing to travel under their own power, a new playground exists. While called Numbers in English, the Hebrew name for this fourth book of Torah is Bamidbar, or, in the wilderness. While the book seems to focus on, well, numbers (there are a number of census-taking situations), and on who carried what, I want to suggest that underlying it all is an anxiety about being in the betwixt and between, and a certain Author: Rabbi Sari Laufer.

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1. Wilderness First-Aid 2. Travel Medicine 3. Backpacking First-Aid ness Survival DEDICATION This book is dedicated to Amy and Danny Weiss — my two favorite indoor and outdoor companions. This book is also dedicated to my mother and father for Finally, I’d like to dedicate this edition to the memory of Oscar V. Size: 1MB. You don't need to spend forty yearsor even forty daysin the wilderness to encounter God. This practical guide reveals the power of experiencing God's presence in many variations of the natural worldfrom a backpacking trip in a truly remote wilderness to an afternoon spent in a nearby park to a single moment savored in your own :


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