I Can t Imagine

When the first astronauts got back from landing on the moon, I'm 99% sure that the first response they encountered from friends and strangers was, “I can't imagine.” I'm sure that people's minds were dreaming about this new world that ...

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I Can t Imagine

When we come across a happy narrative, we love imagining ourselves living out that story as the main character, yet, when faced with tales of human pain or suffering, we often awkwardly shy away, offer quick condolences, and say “I Can’t Imagine”. Human nature is to relish success, whimsy, and tales of happy endings. But, by avoiding those “other” stories, the painful and uncomfortable ones, we often miss out on some of life’s most important lessons. I Can’t Imagine is one of those “other” stories that will take readers through a powerful journey about a micro-preemie named Emilia Quinn Sears, who was born during a pandemic, at only 22-weeks-old, weighing just over 1 pound, with the odds of survival stacked against her. Inspired by her parents’ personal journals, passionately written to Baby Emilia, this book will take you on an epic journey of loss, love, and resilience. By the end, you will be able to imagine what it is like to fight for your child’s survival in the NICU, ultimately losing your battle and subsequently watching your world get destroyed. You will also experience the beautiful lessons and raw power of purpose that can arise from some of the worst things anyone can imagine.

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I Can’t Imagine
Language: en
Pages: 398
Authors: Emilia Quinn Sears, Chris Sears
Categories: Religion
Type: BOOK - Published: 2021-08-20 - Publisher: AuthorHouse

When we come across a happy narrative, we love imagining ourselves living out that story as the main character, yet, when faced with tales of human pain or suffering, we often awkwardly shy away, offer quick condolences, and say “I Can’t Imagine”. Human nature is to relish success, whimsy, and
Imagine Hope
Language: en
Pages: 294
Authors: Simon Watney
Categories: Social Science
Type: BOOK - Published: 2002-09-11 - Publisher: Routledge

Presents a chronological selection of Watney's writings from the 1990s, with new contextualising introductory and concluding essays and offers a chronicle of the changing and often confusing course of the epidemic.
The Will to Imagine
Language: en
Pages: 288
Authors: J. L. Schellenberg
Categories: Philosophy
Type: BOOK - Published: 2009-07-16 - Publisher: Cornell University Press

The Will to Imagine completes J. L. Schellenberg's trilogy in the philosophy of religion, following his acclaimed Prolegomena to a Philosophy of Religion and The Wisdom to Doubt. This book marks a striking reversal in our understanding of the possibility of religious faith. Where other works treat religious skepticism as
Imagine Yourself Well
Language: en
Pages: 310
Authors: Sean F. Kelly, Reid J. Kelly
Categories: Psychology
Type: BOOK - Published: 1995-03-21 - Publisher: Sean F Kelly

Imagine Yourself Well: Better Health through Self-Hypnosis is a remarkable view of hypnotherapy as a scientifically recognized treatment art. Based upon their extensive practice and clinical research in therapeutic hypnotic techniques, the authors have constructed an effective handbook articulating the therapeutic use of hypnosis by depicting word-for-word what transpires during
Imagine No Possessions
Language: en
Pages: 326
Authors: Christina Kiaer
Categories: Art
Type: BOOK - Published: 2005 - Publisher: Mit Press

These artists, heeding the call of Constructivist manifestos to abandon the nonobjective painting and sculpture of the early Russian avant-garde and enter into Soviet industrial production, aimed to work as "artist-engineers" to produce useful objects for everyday life in the new socialist collective." "Kiaer shows how these artists elaborated on