This image is misleading. I read the book on my Kindle so there was never a moment when I was holding a hard copy of the book. Although technically I’m also not bald and my skin isn’t an interesting blue-green color and I have internal… Continue reading
How did I make it through my entire, book-saturated childhood and never read this book?
I don’t know. It’s a complete travesty.
But I got it from the local library and was reading it and my 10 year old daughter picked it up and got interested and now I’ve finished… Continue reading
One of the things I want to get better at is remembering more of what I read.
I read often, and I read quickly, which means that I can get through quite a lot of books in a given time. Cool.
I also like to read multiple books at once. Usually, I have anywhere from two to five nonfiction books in progress at any given time, and one or… Continue reading
The first book I read of Ferrini’s is Love Without Conditions. It’s written in direct address, simply, boldly. This book, The Silence of the Heart, follows it, though it can stand alone as its own book.
There is some repetition in the two books, which could get annoying. However, I find that Ferrini’s… Continue reading
This is an interesting book. Drummond was an interesting fellow.
Basically, it was the late 1800s, Darwin had published On the Origin of Species about 20 years earlier, and everybody was freaking out.
“RELIGION!” VERSUS “SCIENCE!” in the showdown of thought, rationality, faith, and so on and so forth.
Drummond… Continue reading