Confession: I got out of scale with my reading this month and started 5 books, finished zero… SO, looking for a good read, at least so far as I don’t know the ending? Here are a few.
The Girl Who Drank the Moon by Kelly Barnhill
If you have a child to read this with, please do, otherwise your own soul child will delight in this sweet, challenging fairy tale—bless our oldest stories which help us take in and digest “reality” at a scale we can handle…
Already Free by Bruce Tift
A worthy exploration of where psychotherapy and Buddhism intersect; seemingly opposing concepts, beautifully and tangibly woven together…
Strangers Drowning by Larissa McFarquhar
I can’t stop trying to understand altruism, or those this author calls do-gooders, “the kind it’s hard to like”… radical people, living radical lives
outside of anything like a normal scale of idealism and helping… fascinating and relevant for us all in the age of complacency… overwhelm… you know, these times.