Hello, my lovely bookworms!
I’m not sure whether you read my lists, use them, or just ignore them. If you ignore them then that’s okay, you don’t need to read this.
I’m getting a brand new list together, but I need your help first. What is your favorite book? Not series, just book. And I know! How can you choose just one.
Tell me in the comments below which one is your favorite!
More to come soon…
One of my all-time favorite books is “The Five People You Meet in Heaven” by Mitch Albom.
It kind of stretches the concept of the idealistic “Heaven” that most depict through religion, especially the Garden of Eden idea I as a Catholic envisioned. Instead, it reaches into the idea of five people you met in your earthly life that somehow changed or paved the course of that life. It makes the protagonist think back on, not only how he lived his life (whether he was heroic or a failure), but also how he could redeem himself or accept what was. It’s a moral question and an eye opening idea that even after we die, we can see how we got to the end and still make the choice to be infinitely good.
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