I Am Addicted to Diversion. Are You? BY: Denis Haack Not only do we live in a world brimming with distractions, but we consciously and subconsciously embrace all sorts of diversions to keep from having to face more important things.
When Nigeria is Home BY: Denis Haack Adichie's writing is full of insight into the human condition and evocative enough to transport the readerís imagination into places and hearts that exist a world away.
Margie's 2015 Christmas Gift List BY: Margie Haack Christmas is coming and Margie's annual Gift List is out! We hope you and whoever these books are shared with enjoy reading them in a favorite cozy spot this winter. Perhaps with a cup of tea while a blizzard swirls outside around the eaves.
Virtues by an atheist BY: Denis Haack De Bottonís ultimate aim for the book is that it ignites a vital conversation around moral character to increase public interest in becoming more virtuous and connected as a society.
Get Scared, Built for Blame, Laced with Shame (2012) BY: Denis Haack Rather than an indulgent scream of rage, Built for Blame, Laced with Shame is a lament, the heart cry of someone seeking a way out of being the one who is always seen as not only in the wrong, but wrong, period.
God in the Sink (Margie Haack, 2014) BY: Margie Haack Last summer in the space of a few weeks, I received more invitations to speak than I had in the previous two years altogether. I was beginning to wonder if God was sending me a message. Like, youíre an okay person even if youíre a little discouraged and havenít cleaned the vegetable drawer in the refrigerator for six months.
I love my neighbor as myself but only because I donít much care for myself.
- Garrison Keillor
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