I want to be able to read palms… Anyone know how?
Are there any palm readers here? I have a psychic ability and I can read tarot cards, but I want to learn how to read palms also. Tips on how??? Thanks. [:
Please, don’t say psychics aren’t real or that kind of stuff is dumb, or anything like that. I would rather you skip this question rather than being rude. Only answer if you turely know, thank you!
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A great book on learning how to read palms is called “Hand Psychology”.
Suggestion by Astro Lady
You can start by going to some online palm reading sites. One that i use from time to time is:
Start with hand shapes, finger length, major lines (Life, Head & Heart). Those are the basics of palmistry.
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Does anyone know where i can read chapters 29-31 of to kill a mockingbird online?.?
I dont own the book and need to know where i can read it online i dont want summaries or answers to questions from the book i need to read chapters 29-31 or does anyone know any quotes from them chapters when scout meets boo radley?
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To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee is not in the public domain yet, so you can’t read it online. From gradesaver http://www.gradesaver.com/classicnotes/titles/killmockingbird/section7.html , I did find a quote from each of the chapters which you indicated.
“When I pointed to him his palms slipped slightly, leaving greasy sweat steaks on the wall, and he hooked his thumbs in his belt. A strange small spasm shook him, as if he heard fingernails scrape slate, but as I gazed at him in wonder the tension slowly drained from his face. His lips parted into a timid smile, and our neighbor’s image blurred with my sudden tears.
‘Hey, Boo,’ I said.” Page 270
Here, for the very first time, Scout and Boo interact directly. Scout is no longer afraid, and treats Boo as an equal. She knows he saved her life and Jem’s life, and looks upon him with respect. The power of this moment brings Scout to tears, but, as always, she handles herself with maturity beyond her age.
“Atticus looked like he needed cheering up. I ran to him and hugged him and kissed him with all my might. ‘Yes sir, I understand,’ I reassured him. ‘Mr. Tate was right.’
Atticus disengaged himself and looked at me. ‘What do you mean?’
‘Well, it’d be sort of like shootin’ a mockingbird, wouldn’t it?'” Page 276
Here, yet again, Lee reveals Scout’s phenomenal understanding of life. Scout is quite young and her father is not certain if she understands all that was said. However, she surprises him and makes him incredibly proud by comparing Mr. Arthur Radley (Boo) to a mockingbird. Just like a mockingbird, Boo has never harmed a soul, and it would be a sin to bring him to trial for the death of Mr. Bob Ewell, who he killed to protect Scout and Jem.
“Atticus was right. One time he said you never really know a man until you stand in his shoes and walk around in them. Just standing on the Radley porch was enough.” Page 279
Standing on the Radley porch allows Scout to finally see the world from Boo Radley’s point of view. Earlier in the novel, she was terrified every time she passed the house. Now, as she stands on his porch, she recognizes how much she has grown and how much she has learned.
I suppose you’ll have to borrow the book from a library or a friend. I hope the above helps a bit. Even though you said you don’t want summaries, you still might find some help on http://www.gradesaver.com/classicnotes/titles/killmockingbird/ or http://www.lausd.k12.ca.us/Belmont_HS/tkm/ as a last resort.
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