How do trees live? Do they feel pain or have awareness of their surroundings? Research is now suggesting trees are capable of much more than we have ever known. In The Hidden Life of Trees, forester Peter Wohlleben puts groundbreaking scientific discoveries into a language everyone can relate to.
"Revealing the Wonders of the Forest"
Most of us know that trees are living beings, but do many of us actually think of what that life entails? Forests are full of mysteries, even for those who have studied them their whole lives. German forester Peter Wohlleben paints a vivid picture about the fascinating world that lays just outside our doors. As we learn more about trees, it becomes abundantly clear that we have more in common with this fixed, steady plant life than we think.
A forester's fascinating stories backed by the latest scientific research illustrate how trees nurture and talk to each other. Are trees social beings? In this international best seller - which has sold more than 320,000 copies in Germany alone - forester and author Peter Wohlleben convincingly makes the case that, yes, the forest is a social network. He draws on groundbreaking scientific discoveries to describe how trees are like human families.
"A wonderful insight into trees Hidden lives"
In so many ways, God is always reaching for us: through circumstances in life, through hardships, and through joys. God is an intimate and loving person who is always looking for a way to draw nearer to us. But if we don't reach back, we will never experience the depths of a fulfilling relationship with Him. Nothing in Heaven or on Earth can change our lives for the better more than a personal relationship with the Lord.
"Not the New Testament message of hope I believe in."
Becoming a highly spiritual Christian needs to be the goal of every believer. Love in itself is an action. The believer, through love should be fervently seeking the Lord night and day to grow nearer to Him. As it is written, "Do not be deceived: Evil company corrupts good habits." 1 Cor. 15:33
"I love this book and its author."
An oak is a tree or shrub of which about 400 species exist. Young listeners here learn about the life cycle of the oak tree.
It's incredible to think that your entire life can change just by changing how you talk. But your words reflect your thoughts and who you are inside. By changing your words it forces you to change what's underneath it all. It forces you to think and act differently changing your relationships, your walk with God, and everything you are.
"i loved it"
In this audiobook you'll learn how to determine God's will for your life. Never again will his will be difficult to understand, but always without fail you'll know what he requires of you. And you will discover a deeper, more fulfilling relationship with him as you learn how to communicate with Him more effectively.
Discover the healing power of our food, and how it is an illustration of a deeper hunger within us all for the ultimate healer Christ the Tree of Life. Learn how the patterns or traditions we develop around our food are indicators of true spiritual and relational health.
"There's a New Tree of Life, and Humans Are Just a Tiny Twig on It" is from the April 11, 2016 edition of PRI's The World.
What were her parents thinking when they opted for burial in the backyard? Karen doesn't know but finds herself talking more and more to their tombstones as her personal life descends into chaos. Her marriage in flames and dating life little more than one huge catastrophe, she finds herself turning to a furry, acorn-throwing neighbor for solace. But even that friendship is endangered when she learns his tree must be cut to repair her septic system.
A worldwide effort reexamines avian evolution.
Two Trees Revealed exposes in stunning clarity what drives us. Each and every day, we choose to do things based on which has the final say in our lives: life or death. Just as Adam and Eve had a choice between the Tree of Life and the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, so we too make that choice. Will we be a slave to our knowledge of good and evil, or will we serve Christ?
There has been a major tragedy in the Cooper family and no one's sure if they can get past this one and go on with their lives. But still they try. Meanwhile, Matt takes the case of a man who wants to locate a former inmate of San Quentin prison - a man he shared a cell with for nearly three years. Matt has warned this client that if he wants to find his former cellmate to do him bodily harm, then he'd better find himself another private investigator.
"mediocre story, terrible performance"
Deep in the Black Forest lives a boy named Hans. He spends his summers gathering wood each season with his father for the coming winters in Germany. He learns of many folk tales about the forest while growing up. One always stood out in his mind, "The Trees with No Leaves". On Hans' 18th birthday, his father suddenly becomes very ill, leaving Hans to collect wood for the summer alone with his horse, Steel Gray. An ordinary summer day in the forest is quickly changed with a terrible storm.
The study indicates that a global investment of $3.2 billion throughout 245 of the world’s largest cities—that’s about $4 per resident—could reduce pollution-related mortalities by anywhere from 2.7 to 8.7 percent, saving up to 36,000 lives every year.
Learn to perform exercises you can do anywhere without a gym. These exercises will give you a better and healthier physique.
Many, oh! so many of God's dear children are living on the wrong side of Pentecost, living on the same plane as that on which the disciples were living before they were filled with the Holy Ghost; and thus by their lives practically making the sad confession, 'We did not so much as hear whether the Holy Ghost was given, or whether there be any Holy Ghost.' The object of this little work is to call their attention to their Birthright, to the fact that the Fullness of the Spirit is the Birthright of every believer.
A veces para poder seguir viviendo, hay que morir y dejar atrás lo que uno fue.El tercer libro de la Trilogía del Malamor concluye las historias de Ángela, Rayen y del peculiar poblado de Almahue y sus desventurados pobladores, condenados a sufrir del hechizo del Malamor.