Wendy brings "Survival Guide for the Soul" by Ted Shigematsu to the Summer Book Club series and shares the impact it had on her life, discussing its findings in psychology, neuroscience and culture and how it traces them back to their biblical roots. They talk about trauma experiences, including experiencing an earthquake and emotional wounding, and how this book has helped them with the process of forgiving. They also discuss four practical steps and hands-on exercises to help us extend empathy to others and embrace healing for ourselves. Donna and Kevann talk about "Love Does" by Bob Goff, a great book exploring the relationship between whimsy and faith.
They chat about several life lessons the author has learned through really outlandish choices and circumstances in his life. Through them, he shows us how to engage with God to change the world. Donna and Kevann unpack "Post Secret" by Frank Warren, a coffee table book that, in a creative way, surfaces the topic of how to manage the shame we carry. They talk about the difference between guilt and shame, the origin of shame storms and the beautifully intense vulnerability of a whole life confession.
Need some summer reading? This new Grow on the Go series will have some great recommendations!
Jesus: An Intentional Encounter with Humanity
In the first episode, Donna chats with her husband Randy about "Judges for You" by Timothy Keller, a book that changed his mind about the book of Judges in the Bible. While not exactly light summer reading, this book helped Randy go from a pattern of 15 years of avoiding Judges to understanding how it speaks to us.
Once again guest host Victoria Erhardt helps Donna unpack a weird—and it really is weird— Bible story. From what seems to be a rogue bear attack, this story is a great reminder of the importance and power of our words. Ezekiel follows what seem to be ridiculous instructions from God and, as a result of his obedience, we find a message for the future of Israel and a call to life for individuals and the church. How can you talk about weird stories without discussing Jonah and his encounter with Jaws?
His arrogance and entitlement drove him to do some terrible things and resulted in the ultimate bad hair day.
This Weird Bible Story shows us how being unaware or uncaring of how our entitlement affects others and can ruin our own lives as well. Donna and Kevann continue to unpack the story of Naaman, which gets even weirder than last week. The gratitude and greed, generosity and entitlement, natural and supernatural consequences this story are just as relevant today as when it was first recorded. Everything is completely accidental and random. Sometimes bad things happen to very good people and sometimes good things happen to bad people.
But at least if you try to do good things, then you're spending your time doing something worthwhile. Helen Mirren. Good Time You People. Things don't just happen in this world of arising and passing away.
We don't live in some kind of crazy, accidental universe. Things happen according to certain laws, laws of nature. Laws such as the law of karma, which teaches us that as a certain seed gets planted, so will that fruit be. Sharon Salzberg. Nature Crazy World Karma. I'm always interested in the moment when lives somehow accidentally cross. I think sometimes those accidental meetings can be small miracles; they can really change one's perspective on that moment and on life. Saskia de Brauw. Life Change Moment Perspective.
The theater is so endlessly fascinating because it's so accidental.
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It's so much like life. Arthur Miller. Life Like Because Much. I still think my whole career was accidental. I didn't pursue it. I feel like I'm cheating sometimes. Ben E. Feel Cheating Sometimes Think. I was an accidental banker. To please my parents, I went for an interview with Chase Manhattan Bank in They promised to send me into their offices in more than 40 countries and essentially audit the practices.
It was an extraordinary job. Jacqueline Novogratz. Me Parents Job More. Production and consumption of carbohydrates is so well regulated that there is a constant blood sugar level; any accidental increase or fall in blood sugar is rapidly compensated. Bernardo Houssay. Fall Blood Sugar Well. Shake Shack started off as a summer hot dog cart in Madison Square Park.
It was not meant to be a company - it was completely accidental. It started off as an expression of community building. Danny Meyer.
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Dog Community Hot Summer. Nothing is accidental in the universe - this is one of my Laws of Physics - except the entire universe itself, which is Pure Accident, pure divinity. Joyce Carol Oates. Universe Nothing Physics Pure. I was an accidental model.
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One day I was asked to me a model by a neighbor who was short on models. Then I got into TV. Daisy Fuentes. Day Me Short One Day. Top 10 Accidental Quotes.
View the list. The righting of historic wrongs has chimed with something fundamental in me since I was a young reader.
I love the forensic skills, the psychological insights, and the sheer bloody-mindedness of various detectives - professional or accidental - inching toward the truth of a long-buried secret. Fiona Barton. Love Me Truth Professional. I've come to accept that the life of a frontrunner is a hard one, that he will suffer more injuries than most men and that many of these injuries will not be accidental.
Life Men Injuries Hard. Mysticism is the mistake of an accidental and individual symbol for an universal one.
http://vrra.swanndvr.net/7038.php Ralph Waldo Emerson. Mistake Individual Universal Symbol. I define myself as the accidental entrepreneur. Gordon Moore. Myself Entrepreneur Define. It is not accidental that all phenomena of human life are dominated by the search for daily bread - the oldest link connecting all living things, man included, with the surrounding nature.