"Reddy's emphasis on involvement rather than observation challenges psychology's traditionally detached stance: for adults as well as for infants it is emotional engagement that allows an awareness of minds. A feeling of minds, Reddy argues, is present from the beginning of life. The starting point for psychological awareness is not isolation but emotional relation."--BOOK JACKET.
Srikanth Reddy’s second book of poetry probes this world’s cosmological relation to the plurality of all possible worlds. Drawing its name from the spacecraft currently departing our solar system on an embassy to the beyond, Voyager unfolds as three books within a book and culminates in a chilling Dantean allegory of leadership and its failure in the cause of humanity. At the heart of this volume lies the historical figure of Kurt Waldheim—Secretary-General of the U.N. from 1972-81 and former intelligence officer in Hitler’s Wehrmacht—who once served as a spokesman for humanity while remaining silent about his role in the collective atrocities of our era. Resurrecting this complex figure, Reddy’s universal voyager explores the garden of forking paths hidden within every totalizing dream of identity.
Dr. Yeduguri Sandinti Rajasekhara Reddy, popularly known as YSR, was an astute politician and a charismatic mass leader who had carved for himself a niche in Andhra Pradesh politics. He had distinction of leading Congress to victory in Andhra Pradesh for two consecutive terms. His death has left a void no Andhra Congress politician can fill in the short run. This book attempts to provide life rich insights into his life and personality. Taking a close look at his political achievements, it describes in detail how he led Congress to victory in 2004 as well as in 2009 elections. It also makes a critical analysis of the circumstances that led to his helicopter crash. The development policies and programmes run by his government have been evaluated as well.
Join us on a poetic journey to the soul of India. The Poetry of T.V. Reddy is grounded in human struggles and unrest, social as well as psychological and depicts the varied shades of restlessness that is the order of modern times. He protests against the social ills and evils in a gripping way in his absorbing poetry. He paints his experiences in a characteristic choice diction and the different images that he has carved out of human life and nature make a deep impression on the minds of the readers and linger there. The poet takes the readers into the soul of India, the villages and rural life which are the backbone of the countryóthat speaks volumes of his commitment to rural element and ...
This is a story about an Atlanta dowager, Harriet Reddy, who decides to take personal control of her assets because other investors around her are doing so well in the financial markets while her funds are doing so poorly at a local brokerage. She hires-away a young financial analyst from her old-line commercial brokerage, a man named Charles Ridenour. Hattie's personal secretary, Julie Krause, Charles Ridenour, and Harriet Reddy form a financial team that blossoms and rises to fame and fortune in the Atlanta area. Overnight success brings its own set of problems and eventually the Reddy family must turn to Charley Ridenour to solve these problems. As time goes by they discover that there is a whole lot more substance to Charley than anyone ever dreamed of.
In 1991, author Sunil Reddy was a college student in Hyderabad when he sought out Guruji Verahur V. Srinivasan, a retired deputy inspector general of police who was a Yogi and a God-realized saint. Reddy wanted to learn the art of meditation from this man who was a prodigy in mastering different spiritual paths. They connected, and for the next four years, the two met weekly. "Guruji: Teachings of a Hindu Saint" recounts those meetings and the lessons learned. Reddy presents this collection of spiritual practices and techniques gleaned from a master and designed to help guide a true practitioner. He narrates Guruji's visions and experiences with other masters, details the stages of spiritual progress, addresses distractions and detractions, repeatedly shows the qualities of true practice, and offers guideposts for assessment. Providing an in-depth look at many concepts central to the practice of Hinduism, "Guruji: Teachings of a Hindu Saint" guides disciples and seekers in their quest for spiritual enlightenment.
Arthur Scott Bailey (1877-1949) was the author of more than forty children's books. Bailey's writing has been thus described by the Newark Evening News: "Mr. Bailey centered all his plots in the animal, bird and insect worlds, weaving natural history into the stories in a way that won educator's approval without arousing the suspicions of his young readers. He made it a habit to never 'write down' to children and frequently used words beyond the average juvenile vocabulary, believing that youngsters respond to the stimulus of the unfamiliar."