Sunday, January 28, 2018

An Admirable Sense of Priorities

Illustration of the Holy Family
​From The Besancon Book of Hours
15th Century France
Among our perrenial favorites is this card from Gerry's Auntie Jan. Inside she has written: "A Saint Joseph with an admirable sense of priorities, holding the Baby so that Mary can do a little reading!" Don't you love that? Meanwhile the donkey appears to be nibbling Joseph's halo!


Thanks to fellow reader & blogger Samuel Lopez
for reviewing these "5 Short Stories for the Holidays"
and including some of my favorites!


To close out the season,
I re-read another old fav:

by Holly J. Burkhalter

and then tried something new by the same author:

Good God, Lousy World, and Me:
The Improbable Journey of a Human
Rights Activist from Unbelief to Faith


Additional serious non - fiction for the New Year,
including suggestions from Beata, Cate, Dodie, Heather:

Rising Strong:
The Reckoning. The Rumble. The Revolution.

by Brené Brown

Life Without Envy:
Ego Management for Creative People

by Camille DeAngelis

Dare To Forgive:
The Power of Letting Go and Moving On

by Edward M. Hallowell

Make Peace With Anyone: Breakthrough Strategies
to Quickly End Any Conflict, Feud, or Estrangement

by David J. Lieberman

Anatomy of the Spirit:
The Seven Stages of Power and Healing

by Caroline Myss

Daring to Trust:
Opening Ourselves to Real Love and Intimacy

by David Richo

Becoming Wise:
An Inquiry into the Mystery and Art of Living

by Krista Tippett

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