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Thirty years later, Palmer now understands that learning to let his life speak means "living the life that wants to live in me." It involves creating the kind of quiet, trusting conditions that allow a soul to speak its truth. It also means tuning out the noisy preconceived ideas about what a vocation should and shouldn't be so that we can better hear the call of our wild souls. There are no how-to formulas in this extremely unpretentious and well-written book, just fireside wisdom from an elder who is willing to share his mistakes and stories as he learned to live a life worth speaking about. --Gail Hudson
Yikes. It's almost December--and then we'll blink and raise a glass to the New Year, and do it all over again--expecting different results. Yikes, again.
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Great to read from time to time when discerning your life's vocation.Published 12 days ago by Steve West
A very helpful book for getting past ambitions others or our culture have laid on us, so that we can take a look inside at who we really are. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Naturepainter
I highly recommend this book for anyone who is a person of faith and wants to live with purpose.Published 22 days ago by Susan M.
Gave me a fresh perspective on who i am and who I was meant to be.
Written well. Short enough chapters to read, put down, and come back to without losing the flow.
A simply wonderful book. I really enjoyed reading it, and I often recommend it to my life coaching clients. Definitely a thought-provoking and powerful read.Published 25 days ago by LifeSuccessCoach
Delivered as expected and product is as described, but nothing above and beyond my expectations.Published 27 days ago by k9kamper
The first two chapters of this little book are profound and either life affirming or life changing. The rest of the book is so-so, of little impact. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Peter Lundell