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When Peter Baldwin Panagore died on the side of a mountain, his life was forever changed. Decades later, the intense spiritual journey continues, with a story that combines the thrills of a wilderness adventure with the awe-inspiring elements of a paranormal novel.
In March of 1980, college senior Peter Panagore went ice climbing on the world-famous Lower Weeping Wall, along the Ice Fields Parkway in Alberta, Canada. His climbing partner was an experienced ice climber, but Panagore was a novice. On their descent, they became trapped on the side of the mountain. As the sun set, he was overcome by exhaustion and hypothermia. He died on the side of that mountain. And in those minutes on the other side, he experienced hell, forgiveness, and unconditional love. Heaven was beautiful.
Panagore's death experience changed his life and resulted in an intense spiritual journey that has continued for decades. It impelled him to pursue a master's degree at Yale Divinity School, focusing on systematic theology and Christian mysticism. His educational background coupled with 30 years of meditative practice and 20 years of professional work with the dying and grieving has given him unique insight, language, and perspective on heaven, God, death, life, love, beauty, and hope.
I have told my story to audiences large and small for a decade now.... My story touches people's hearts; every time I tell it the audience is gripped and silent…. This book is about hope. It is meant to give real hope to the dying, hope to the fearful, hope to the hopeless, hope to the grieving.--from the book
Two guys sitting nearby, who looked to be in their early 20s, were discussing NHL teams that no longer existed -- the Quebec Nordiques, the Atlanta Thrashers and so on -- and eventually one of the guys mentioned the Hartford Whalers. " said the first guy. To put this in some perspective, the Hartford Whalers have not existed since 1997, when these two guys would have been about 4 years old. The team never won a Stanley Cup or even a conference championship, and it was plagued by chronic attendance problems that ultimately led the franchise to relocate to Raleigh, North Carolina, where it now operates as the Carolina Hurricanes. Despite the team's unremarkable on-ice history, the Whalers' logo and jersey have proven to be surprisingly durable and popular -- even among fans who are barely old enough to have seen the team play. Whalers merchandise was reintroduced in 2009 and has reportedly become Reebok's top seller among defunct NHL teams. The team's merch has even been championed by a number of celebrities, most notably comedian John Hodgman. At the heart of all this is the Whalers' logo. Unveiled in 1979 -- when the team joined the NHL as part of the NHL-WHA merger and changed its geographical signifier from New England to Hartford -- it's a strong, bold design with an ingenious stealth element: The negative space between the... The logo was created by a designer named Peter Good, a Hartford native who still maintains a Connecticut-based design practice. Uni Watch: How did you end up being hired to design the Whalers' logo. Peter Good: I was hired by an agency, Jack Lardis Associates, which was handling the advertising for the Whalers. Jack was an old friend, and he hired me to do the design. He said, "You'll work directly with the Whalers on this," so I met with Howard Baldwin [the team's founder and owner at the time], Bill Barnes, the marketing director, and Jack Kelley, the general manager. We talked about their goals, and I prepared some preliminary designs based on that. Oh, you know -- "We want an exciting logo," or something like that. It's the same thing every client says when they want a new logo. Were you already a fan of the team at the time. Source: espn.go.com
The logo was created by a designer named Peter Good, a Hartford native who still maintains a Connecticut-based design practice. Courtly and soft-spoken, he shared his story recently in a Uni Watch interview. Here's how our He said, "You'll work
Brian Rogers, the venue's artistic director, visits the 92nd Street Y's lunchtime series, along with the artists Anna Azrieli, Ivy Baldwin, Yanira Castro, Sara Juli and Katie Workum, who will perform work and then chat about it. At noon, 1395 Lexington
@VancouverPD have Kingsway and Baldwin blocked. Reports of a stabbing. 1 victim taken to hospital. @CTVVancouver https://t.co/PyL1c27pZ5 01/22/16, @Peter_Bremner
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Getting all kinds of interesting speakers for my gig as Program Director of the Optimists, Feb 4 is book author... https://t.co/efOL7TgxOe 01/21/16, @salonistasays
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This book is a groundbreaking study of the historical reasons for the divergence in public health policies adopted in Britain, France, Germany and Sweden, and the spectrum of responses to the threat of contagious diseases such as cholera, smallpox and syphilis. In particular the book examines the link between politics and prevention. Did the varying political regimes influence the styles of precaution adopted? Or was it, as Peter Baldwin argues, a matter of more basic differences between nations, above all their geographic placement in the epidemiological trajectory of contagion, that helped shape their responses and their basic assumptions about the respective claims of the sick and of society, and fundamental political decisions for and against different styles of statutory intervention? Thus the book seeks to use medical history to illuminate broader questions of the development of statutory intervention and the comparative and divergent evolution of the modern state in Europe.
Peter Brent started Mumble in 2001 ... Now it is reported that NSW Liberal MP Bob Baldwin is considering ditching his party and running against its Coalition partner for a matter of the highest principle: his seat of Paterson has been rendered marginal ...
Cricket: Peter Siddle is adamant his troublesome ankle will be 100 per cent in time for the first test in New Zealand next month. A small detour from the 2016 World Economic Forum meeting in Davos, Switzerland, is Europe?s highest brewery. WSJ?s Jeff Bush ...
The new gift will be used together with a $25 million contribution announced in March 2015 from Lisbet Rausing and Peter Baldwin, who graduated from Yale in 1978. The building's central tower will be named for David Swensen, Yale's chief investment officer.
Peter Baldwin; Born (1931-01-11) January 11, 1931 (age 85) Winnetka, Illinois, United States: Occupation: Actor, director: Years active: 1952–2002
Real name: Born: 1933, Chichester, West Sussex (or Chesterfield, Derbyshire) Parents: Married: Sarah Long, February 1965 (d: 1987) Children: Julia
Peter Baldwin, Actor: Coronation Street. Peter Baldwin was born on July 29, 1933 in Chidham, Chichester, West Sussex, England. He was an actor, known for Coronation ...
Peter Baldwin; Born (1933-07-29) 29 July 1933 Chidham, Sussex, England: Died: 21 October 2015 (2015-10-21) (aged 82) Nationality: British: Ethnicity: White British