The legend never dies. In a moment when something immortal is achieved, the legend is born and is starting the cycle of never-ending life. There is just one creation and one creator of the universe, the rest is represented by the enormous cloud of the confusion, that is made from the illusions and the ignorance of the generations. The creator has created the Cosmos with the hope to create one universal harmony, that could represent, all in one, just one everlasting paradise. But, as the creator has granted the freedom of decision to its creation, the battlefield between the evil and the righteousness had been coming true. Nevertheless, the final result of the evil deeds is carrying on toward the sentence of death and this is the way, the mortal man is living here and now. There are plenty of situations, when the evil is the winner of the game, here, down upon this ground, these distorted lanes from this earthly place. But, very scarcely, the righteous course id translated in a victory, into one unbeatable glory. And sometimes, although in some very rare situations, the victory of the righteous is entering in one kind of fusion with the God's frequencies and then, that glorious course is keeping shining as an everlasting diamond amid this mess of this Earthly impurity and this is the way, one legend is born. The legend is the earthly representation of the God's perfection, of his unlimited powers and this is the explication why the legend lives for ever. The legend's traces are pointing to the eternity, the legend never dies.
With every touchdown, home run, and three-pointer, star athletes represent an American dream that only an elite group blessed with natural talent can achieve. However, Kimball concentrates on what happens once these modern warriors meet their untimely demise. As athletes die, legends rise in their place. The premature deaths of celebrated players not only capture and immortalize their physical superiority, but also jolt their fans with an unanticipated intensity. These athletes escape the inevitability of aging and decline of skill, with only the prime of their youth left to be remembered. But early mortality alone does not transform athletes into immortals. The living ultimately gain the power to construct the legacies of their fallen heroes. In Legends Never Die, Kimball explores the public myths and representations that surround a wide range of athletes, from Lou Gehrig and Joe DiMaggio to Dale Earnhardt and Bonnie McCarroll. Kimball delves deeper than just the cultural significance of sports and its players; he examines how each athlete’s narrative is shaped by gender relations, religion, and politics in contemporary America. In looking at how Americans react to the tragic deaths of sports heroes, Kimball illuminates the important role sports play in US society and helps to explain why star athletes possess such cultural power.
Guinevere and Cedwyn's latest adventure takes a dangerous turn, & they find themselves embroiled in a life-or-death struggle as foretold by Merlyn's Goddess of the Stones. In the midst of all this, Renegades steal Cadbury Castle's children to sell as slaves. Vowing to rescue them, Guinevere's miscalculation puts everyone in serious danger. As their options narrow, Cedwyn chooses to turn his dream of becoming a knight into reality. Will the two friends' courage be enough, or will one of them make the ultimate sacrifice?
In You the Amozula is a unique collection of poems that transcends anything people have ever read and seen before. This is truly a colorful, masterful work of art that stands out in a class of its own.
LONGLISTED FOR THE WILLIAM HILL SPORTS BOOK OF THE YEAR AWARD SHORTLISTED FOR THE CROSS SPORTS BOOK AWARDS BIOGRAPHY OF THE YEAR The definitive biography of one of the greatest, most extraordinary runners and Olympic heroes of all time, from the author of running classic Feet in the Clouds. Emil Zátopek won five Olympic medals, set 18 world records, and went undefeated over 10,000 metres for six years. He redefined the boundaries of endurance, training in Army boots, in snow, in sand, in darkness. But his toughness was matched by a spirit of friendship and a joie de vivre that transcended the darkest days of the Cold War. His triumphs put his country on the map, yet when Soviet tanks moved in to crush Czechoslovakia’s new freedoms in 1968, Zátopek paid a heavy personal price for his brave defence of ‘socialism with a human face’. Rehabilitated two decades later, he was a shadow of the man he had been – and the world had all but forgotten him. Today We Die A Little strips away the myths to tell the complex and deeply moving story of the most inspiring Olympic hero of them all.
The Legend never dies even if it's a thousand years later. A promising story of romance between the Dark Lord and the Maiden of the Light, war between Heaven and Hell, and a fantasy love way beyond simple fairy tale.