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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
It was very easy to read this book.
Although the book certainly helped in that area, it was a surprise to me how intimately Mr. Palmer shared about his life's experiences, some of them very personal.
This book helps you look at your life in a compassionate and discerning way as you find a hopeful path for yourself.
This book offers a wonderful perspective on many obstacles one faces in life and is especially hopeful to folks struggling with depression.Published 1 day ago by Dave S.
Great food for pondering about things that matter and the difference between vocation and employment. Very recommended.Published 2 days ago by Starlene Keppel
Great little book with some really wonderful gems of wisdom.
“Discovering vocation does not mean scrambling toward some prize just beyond my reach but accepting the... Read more
Loved this book! Makes me feel that all phases of life have a blessed value!Published 12 days ago by Bonnie Sass
Awesome.novel. It inspires the reaferw to question and explore what their true vocation or calling is in life.Published 17 days ago by Mercedes Lovett
It was very easy to read this book. Author wrote the book from his heart. The story of author's depression and recovery from it was most compelling to me.Published 1 month ago by Mohini Rawool-Sullivan
This book is one of the most powerful and kind books about finding our purpose and vocation – to honour that which we are and not feel like we are lacking or failing at something. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Sean
This little book spoke volumes on looking no further but inward to find your purpose in life. Mr. Palmer writes simply and beautifully. Read morePublished 1 month ago by LDW
We started on this book as a part of our church men's group and now I've purchased copies for friends, family and colleagues.Published 1 month ago by David W Beck