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Heart to Heart: Fourteen Gatherings for Reflection and Sharing Paperback – September 1, 2009
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About the Author
Christine Robinson is the senior minister of the First Unitarian Church of Albuquerque, New Mexico. She has participated in many versions of this spiritual sharing model, both as a leader and as a participant.
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It's a very well-done, carefully thought-out tool. It seems quite complete, with facilitator hints and tips, and advice for how to anticipate future issues likely to arise.
The only difficulty is in actually getting the book. I had ordered it from Amazon and had that order cancelled after several weeks; I tried alternate channels to no avail, and finally came back to Amazon to order from one of their vendors. The order was filled in record time, despite being a bookseller in Gloucester, in England, very near where I have cousins in Ledbury and Brooms Green near Dymock. Go figure! Only two of us had succeeded in acquiring this book.
Hopefully everyone else will find a copy (Possibly from the UUA), but it would be better if this were more available.
Excellent service from this Amazon vendor!
Since drawing pictures is not a path of growth for me, I really appreciated the variety and creative ways of exploring my own depth. I was able to use, non-picture ways of growth through the suggestions and guidelines in this book.
"Heart to Heart" was a deepening and growing experience for our women's group at our church.
What I don't like about it is the lack of women's voices and voices of people of non-Western heritages. In this day and age, I find that very disappointing. I wrote to Christine Robinson about this, and she sent back a rather terse note stating that it wasn't a survey of literature, but it was what the authors found valuable. Fair enough, but I would hope the authors would expand their reading and be able to find value in other voices. I also found it replete with biblical quotations, which I would have expected from a UCC minister but not a UU minister.