Gripping true adventure stories - from the Mojave to the Antarctic - reveal one woman's wild affair with the earth.For Lucy Jane Bledsoe, wilderness had always been a source of peace. But during one disastrous solo trip in the wintry High Sierra she came face to face with a crisis: the wilderness no longer felt like home. The Ice Cave recounts Bledsoe's wilderness journeys as she recovers her connection with the wild and discovers the meanings of fear and grace.These are Bledsoe's gripping tales of fending off wolves in Alaska, encountering UFOs in the Colorado Desert, and searching for mountain lions in Berkeley. Her memorable story "The Breath of Seals" takes readers to Antarctica, the wildest continent on earth, where she camped out with geologists, biologists, and astrophysicists.These fresh and deeply personal narratives remind us what it means to be simply one member of one species, trying to find food and shelter - and moments of grace - on our planet. The book is published by University of Wisconsin Press. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Carrington MacDuffie. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/redw/000022/bk_redw_000022_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Mahabharatha is an intergalactic "nuclear war" between Pandavas and Kauravas the Cosmic Plane of Multiverses called as "Mahabharatha". All the famous "Kshetriya" from Kurukeshetra were had been trained had assembled on the battlefield with their nuclear weapons, missiles, Flying machines (UFOs) covered the vast plain of Multiverses. Lord Krishna arrived on the scene in a magnificent Flying Object. He was to act as the Pilot of Arjuna's Flying Object, one of the Pandava princes. As the two armies were arrayed, ready for battle, Arjuna requested Krishna to place his Flying Obect (Vimana) between them so that he might survey his opponents. He was bewildered by the scene before him, for he beheld on bothsides, fathers and grandfathers, teachers and uncles, fathers-in-law, grandsons, relatives and comrades. Confusion reigned in Arjuna's mind. Should he participate in this terrible carnage? Was it proper to destroy one's relatives for the sake of a kingdom and some pleasures? Would it not be much better for him to surrender everything in favour of his enemies and retire in peace? As these thoughts rushed into his mind, a feeling of despondency overtook Arjuna.