Friday Fun: Books

When we say we're reading, we often mean that we're perceiving energy. Still, there's nothing like a good book. This week, we're sharing some that have been a means of delivering information and amusement from Spirit for us recently. We'll spare you lengthy editorial commentary (unless you really want it). We'd love to hear from you, so dare to share! @@What have you read recently that lit you up? What's on your summer reading list?@@ 

Elizabeth

Born to Run, by Christopher McDougall 

Amelia Bedelia, by Peggy Parish (a classic that I love reading to my kids; reminds me to not take things so seriously)

Firewalk:  Transcending the Fear, Awakening to Love, by Patricia Bateson (on my list of to reads this summer)

Barbara

Love Wins and What We Talk About When We Talk About God, by Rob Bell

the life-changing magic of tidying up, by Marie Kondo

Resurrecting Jesus, by Adyashanti

Good Omens, by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett (one of my favorite books ever, this is the one I reach for when I need to laugh; it hasn't failed me once in the nearly 25 years I've owned it)

Between You & Me: Confessions of a Comma Queen, by Mary Norris

Finding Your Way in a Wild New World, by Martha Beck (read this one a few months ago, still working toward bending spoons because of it)