Dear Prayer Vol. 2,
I feel refreshed in my heart and soul. Every day when I opened your pages, I found a new opportunity to go deeper with God. Thank you for the encouragement and peace you provided day in and day out.
Dear Victim of Grace,
Your raw vulnerability ushered in a freedom to go into my own story and acknowledge past hurts and difficulties. I felt drawn in with your first story until the end. Thank you for providing testimony of grace on top of grace.
Dear The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat,
I will definitely look at the world differently with the experiences of those you spoke about in my mind. Is it better to let people know about a neurological disorder or is it sometimes better to let someone figure out how to live without being labelled? Being human is complicated, yet there is so much to learn from one another.
Dear Fate of Food,
I definitely have a more conscious relationship with food after meeting you. Food and water are valuable commodities, which I never considered being an unconscious consumer. I feel grateful to have had the opportunity to hear more of the researched information, yet I still feel dubious of drinking whole meals… I think I would miss food with meal replacement drinks.
Dear White Fragility, I can understand your popularity after listening to you. I can see both sides: The people who enjoyed you and the ones who didn’t. While you may not be for everyone, I personally enjoyed our time together. With Love,Hannah P.S. Book DetailsAuthor: Robin DiAngeloBook Length: 154 pagesBook Genre: NonfictionPublication Date: June 2018Awards:Continue reading “White Fragility: Audio”
Dear Invisible Women,
Thank you for sharing your knowledge with the rest of the world and equipping readers with information they can use to make decisions. I appreciate the work and activism you are doing.
Dear Diary of a Bookseller,
You made me laugh, but you also made me pretty self conscious. I found you a little cynical, yet for that same reason I enjoyed your company. We had a good time while it lasted.
Dear Ransom of the Soul,
We met at the wrong time, I don’t feel like I was able to give you the energy you deserved. I enjoyed our time together, but after coming off Iliad and Confessions I was tired of deep intellectual concepts. I’m sorry.
Dear Tending the Heart of Virtue,
I appreciated the deeper dive into how good books can support the healthy development or children’s minds. I left our brief time together not only with an increased awareness of the impact of books with moral story-lines, but also with a list of recommended reading!