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The Resource This I believe II : more personal philosophies of remarkable men and women, edited by Jay Allison and Dan Gediman ; with John Gregory and Viki Merrick ; additional editing by Emily Botein [and others]

This I believe II : more personal philosophies of remarkable men and women, edited by Jay Allison and Dan Gediman ; with John Gregory and Viki Merrick ; additional editing by Emily Botein [and others]

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This I believe II : more personal philosophies of remarkable men and women
Title
This I believe II
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more personal philosophies of remarkable men and women
Statement of responsibility
edited by Jay Allison and Dan Gediman ; with John Gregory and Viki Merrick ; additional editing by Emily Botein [and others]
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This I believe 2
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Language
eng
Summary
Featuring 80 Americans--from the famous to the unknown--this series of insightful observations completes the thought that the book's title introduces. Each piece compels readers to rethink not only how they arrive at their own personal beliefs but also how they share them with others
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Featuring 80 Americans--from the famous to the unknown--this series of insightful observations completes the thought that the book's title introduces. Each piece compels readers to rethink not only how they arrive at their own personal beliefs but also how they share them with others
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This I believe (Radio program)
Dewey number
170/.44
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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1964-
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  • Allison, Jay
  • Gediman, Dan
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True
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  • Belief and doubt
  • Conduct of life
  • Life
  • Celebrities
Target audience
adult
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more personal philosophies of remarkable men and women
Label
This I believe II : more personal philosophies of remarkable men and women, edited by Jay Allison and Dan Gediman ; with John Gregory and Viki Merrick ; additional editing by Emily Botein [and others]
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text
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Contents
  • Living with integrity
  • That old piece of cloth
  • Frank Miller
  • My home is New Orleans
  • Mike Miller
  • That golden rule thing
  • Craig Newmark
  • My personal leap of faith
  • Bill Nunan
  • Admittance to a better life
  • Michael Oatman
  • Bob Barret
  • Living what you do every day
  • Yolanda O'Bannon
  • The long road to forgiveness
  • Kim Phuc
  • The practice of slowing down
  • Phil Powers
  • Living my prayer
  • Sister Helen Prejean
  • The chance to move forward
  • Maria Mayo Robbins
  • The strange blessing that brought me home
  • Utterly humbled by mystery
  • Father Richard Rohr
  • I always have a choice
  • Catherine Royce
  • I am not my body
  • Lisa Sandin
  • Resilience is a gift
  • Joel Schmidt
  • The designated celebrator
  • Melinda Shoaf
  • Robin Baudier
  • Baking by senses and memories
  • Emily Smith
  • Learning to trust my intuition
  • Cynthia Sommer
  • An optimistic view of the world
  • Dan Tani
  • Community in action
  • Studs Terkel
  • Music makes me come alive
  • Joan Tower
  • Returning to what's natural
  • God is God because he remembers
  • Elie Wiesel
  • The guts to keep going
  • Amy Lyles Wilson
  • Freeing myself through forgiveness
  • Yolanda Young
  • A potential for brutality
  • Yinong Young-Xu
  • A duty to family, heritage, and country
  • Ying Ying Yu
  • Amelia Baxter-Stoltzfus
  • We're all different in our own ways
  • Joshua Yuchasz
  • Afterword
  • Dan Gediman
  • The right to be fully American
  • Yasir Billoo
  • The person I'm supposed to be
  • Andy Blowers
  • Introduction
  • Making it up as I go along
  • Alice Brock
  • Sticking my nose in the world's business
  • Brigid Daull Brockway
  • Teaching a bad dog new tricks
  • David Buetow
  • The learning curve of gratitude
  • Mary Chapin Carpenter
  • Failure is a good thing
  • Jon Carroll
  • Jay Allison
  • The faith that brings me peace
  • Betsy Chalmers
  • The person I want to bring into this world
  • Laura Shipler Chico
  • The deeper well of memory
  • Christine Cleary
  • A marriage that's good enough
  • Corinne Colbert
  • Creating our own happiness
  • Wayne Coyne
  • Finding the strength to fight our fears
  • A way to honor life
  • Cortney Davis
  • We never go away
  • Dennis Downey
  • The questions we must ask
  • Tamar Duke-Cohan
  • Learning true tolerance
  • Joel Engardio
  • Doing things my own way
  • Bela Fleck
  • Terry Ahwal
  • Dancing all the dances as long as I can
  • Robert Fulghum
  • A reverence for all life
  • Michelle Gardner-Quinn
  • A feeling of wildness
  • David Gessner
  • All the joy the world contains
  • Jimmie Dale Gilmore
  • As I grow old
  • David Greenberger
  • I will take my voice back
  • Untold stories of kindness
  • Ernesto Haibi
  • Peace begins with one person
  • Ivory Harlow
  • Do what you love
  • Tony Hawk
  • Combating the tyranny of the positive attitude
  • Barbara Held
  • My husband will call me tomorrow
  • Becky Herz
  • Quique Aviles
  • The tense middle
  • Roald Hoffmann
  • Living in the here and now
  • Jeffrey Hollender
  • Becoming a parent is a gift
  • Chris Huntington
  • Finding redemption through acceptance
  • Interrogator
  • Paying attention to the silver lining
  • Annaliese Jakimides
  • A silent night that brought healing
  • There is no blame; there is only love
  • Ann Karasinski
  • The universe is conspiring to help us
  • Kevin Kelly
  • We all need mending
  • Susan Cooke Kittredge
  • Telling kids the whole truth
  • Martha Leathe
  • Every person is precious
  • Isabel Legarda
  • Steve Banko
  • Navigating turbulent waters
  • Jimmy Liao
  • All beings are interconnected
  • James Loney
  • A musician of many cultures
  • Yo-Yo Ma
  • Being content with myself
  • Kamaal Majeed
  • Be cool
  • Christian McBride
Dimensions
22 cm
Edition
First edition.
Extent
xiv, 268 pages
Isbn
9780805087680
Lccn
2008010110
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
System control number
  • ocn213133385
  • OCoLC
Label
This I believe II : more personal philosophies of remarkable men and women, edited by Jay Allison and Dan Gediman ; with John Gregory and Viki Merrick ; additional editing by Emily Botein [and others]
Link
Publication
Copyright
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Living with integrity
  • That old piece of cloth
  • Frank Miller
  • My home is New Orleans
  • Mike Miller
  • That golden rule thing
  • Craig Newmark
  • My personal leap of faith
  • Bill Nunan
  • Admittance to a better life
  • Michael Oatman
  • Bob Barret
  • Living what you do every day
  • Yolanda O'Bannon
  • The long road to forgiveness
  • Kim Phuc
  • The practice of slowing down
  • Phil Powers
  • Living my prayer
  • Sister Helen Prejean
  • The chance to move forward
  • Maria Mayo Robbins
  • The strange blessing that brought me home
  • Utterly humbled by mystery
  • Father Richard Rohr
  • I always have a choice
  • Catherine Royce
  • I am not my body
  • Lisa Sandin
  • Resilience is a gift
  • Joel Schmidt
  • The designated celebrator
  • Melinda Shoaf
  • Robin Baudier
  • Baking by senses and memories
  • Emily Smith
  • Learning to trust my intuition
  • Cynthia Sommer
  • An optimistic view of the world
  • Dan Tani
  • Community in action
  • Studs Terkel
  • Music makes me come alive
  • Joan Tower
  • Returning to what's natural
  • God is God because he remembers
  • Elie Wiesel
  • The guts to keep going
  • Amy Lyles Wilson
  • Freeing myself through forgiveness
  • Yolanda Young
  • A potential for brutality
  • Yinong Young-Xu
  • A duty to family, heritage, and country
  • Ying Ying Yu
  • Amelia Baxter-Stoltzfus
  • We're all different in our own ways
  • Joshua Yuchasz
  • Afterword
  • Dan Gediman
  • The right to be fully American
  • Yasir Billoo
  • The person I'm supposed to be
  • Andy Blowers
  • Introduction
  • Making it up as I go along
  • Alice Brock
  • Sticking my nose in the world's business
  • Brigid Daull Brockway
  • Teaching a bad dog new tricks
  • David Buetow
  • The learning curve of gratitude
  • Mary Chapin Carpenter
  • Failure is a good thing
  • Jon Carroll
  • Jay Allison
  • The faith that brings me peace
  • Betsy Chalmers
  • The person I want to bring into this world
  • Laura Shipler Chico
  • The deeper well of memory
  • Christine Cleary
  • A marriage that's good enough
  • Corinne Colbert
  • Creating our own happiness
  • Wayne Coyne
  • Finding the strength to fight our fears
  • A way to honor life
  • Cortney Davis
  • We never go away
  • Dennis Downey
  • The questions we must ask
  • Tamar Duke-Cohan
  • Learning true tolerance
  • Joel Engardio
  • Doing things my own way
  • Bela Fleck
  • Terry Ahwal
  • Dancing all the dances as long as I can
  • Robert Fulghum
  • A reverence for all life
  • Michelle Gardner-Quinn
  • A feeling of wildness
  • David Gessner
  • All the joy the world contains
  • Jimmie Dale Gilmore
  • As I grow old
  • David Greenberger
  • I will take my voice back
  • Untold stories of kindness
  • Ernesto Haibi
  • Peace begins with one person
  • Ivory Harlow
  • Do what you love
  • Tony Hawk
  • Combating the tyranny of the positive attitude
  • Barbara Held
  • My husband will call me tomorrow
  • Becky Herz
  • Quique Aviles
  • The tense middle
  • Roald Hoffmann
  • Living in the here and now
  • Jeffrey Hollender
  • Becoming a parent is a gift
  • Chris Huntington
  • Finding redemption through acceptance
  • Interrogator
  • Paying attention to the silver lining
  • Annaliese Jakimides
  • A silent night that brought healing
  • There is no blame; there is only love
  • Ann Karasinski
  • The universe is conspiring to help us
  • Kevin Kelly
  • We all need mending
  • Susan Cooke Kittredge
  • Telling kids the whole truth
  • Martha Leathe
  • Every person is precious
  • Isabel Legarda
  • Steve Banko
  • Navigating turbulent waters
  • Jimmy Liao
  • All beings are interconnected
  • James Loney
  • A musician of many cultures
  • Yo-Yo Ma
  • Being content with myself
  • Kamaal Majeed
  • Be cool
  • Christian McBride
Dimensions
22 cm
Edition
First edition.
Extent
xiv, 268 pages
Isbn
9780805087680
Lccn
2008010110
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
System control number
  • ocn213133385
  • OCoLC

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