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Loved
... "Loved" is a song recorded by Kim Wilde as a "new" track for the compilation album The Very Best of Kim Wilde, released in 2001 ... The song was co-written by Ricki Wilde and Terry Ronald ... New remixes of Wilde's 1980s hits "Kids in America" and "View From a Bridge" were also found on some formats of the single ...
Stuart Wilde - Principal Philosophy - Early Work
... Wilde’s principal philosophy states that, while many citizens may seem to be normal, acquiescing to the status quo, there exists, in fact, a vast population of what he calls Fringe Dwellers whose mind and soul do not ... Wilde believed through use of the theta state of meditation (4–7 cycles per second), humans can better control their emotional life and their bio-rhythms, and begin to see visions, and that those ... In Affirmations (1986), Wilde laid out systems of self-talk that empower an individual to change their core beliefs ...
Wilde, Buenos Aires - Famous Unexpected Visitors
... In 1903–04 the maddy coast of Wilde received unexpected visitors from the sea, some of the crew members of the Scottish National Antarctic Expedition were hosted at the ...
Lori Wilde - Biography
... Wilde took the teacher's advice, and in 1994 sold her second completed work to Silhouette Romance under the pseudonym Laura Anthony ... Wilde wrote 11 novels under that name, with one becoming a finalist for the Romance Writers of America RITA Award ... Until 2004, Wilde wrote category romances for Harlequin, primarily in their Duet and Blaze lines ...
Stuart Wilde - Works - Video
... Partial list) The Hand, (Tyler/Wilde) (210 mins) Perception Sensuality, (Tyler/Wilde) (231 mins) Gayatri Mantra Honouring the Gods (Tyler/Wilde) (300 min) The Tears of Gaia (459 mins ...

Famous quotes containing the word wilde:

    She wore far too much rouge last night and not quite enough clothes. That is always a sign of despair in a woman.
    —Oscar Wilde (1854–1900)

    I love London society! I think it has immensely improved. It is entirely composed now of beautiful idiots and brilliant lunatics. Just what Society should be.
    —Oscar Wilde (1854–1900)

    The strength of women comes from the fact that psychology cannot explain us. Men can be analysed, women ... merely adored.
    —Oscar Wilde (1854–1900)