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Blue Like Jazz by Donald Miller
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Oct 05, 2007

it was amazing
bookshelves: favorites, own-it, religion-and-spirituality

Yes, Donald Miller is trendy. But he totally makes sense to me, and I often find that he puts into words ideas that I've had but couldn't articulate. I feel like so much of what he talks about in "Blue Like Jazz" has been taken from my own head: his desperate loneliness; his disgust for much of what Christian religion has become in the world; and the tendency to drive himself crazy because he wants to do what is right but messes up over and over. I've read this book multiple times (and I rarely do that) because it makes me feel like I'm not alone in this.

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