My mother gave me a book—perhaps shortly after I graduated from college—called Disciplines of the Beautiful Woman, written by Anne Ortlund in 1977. It has become one of those books that has shaped me markedly—at least my thoughts, if not always how I live.
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The problem with posting anything remotely religious is that one gives the impression of believing / embodying / BEING what it is that has been written – and that impression may not exactly be true.
Continue reading Understanding Backwards; Living Forwards
NOTE: The following reflections are not intended to criticize or question anyone else’s reading or book habits. They are based on my particular experience.
I have been going through the boxes of books that have been stored in the garage, trying to decide what to do with them—which would be the most useful ones to keep and which ones should I sell.
Continue reading Too Many Books