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Hyperbole and a Half by Allie Brosh
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City of Golden Shadow by Tad Williams
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Running Scared by Edward T. Welch
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Making All Things New by R. York Moore
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Depression by Edward T. Welch
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Such a fantastic book. I felt so empowered against depression while I was reading it. Constantly as I read it I was thinking of all the people I wanted to loan it to. Welch does a REALLY good job of dispelling some of the myths about depression and l...more
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How People Change by Timothy S. Lane
How People Change
by Timothy S. Lane
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Really good. Integrates scripture into practical life application. The only downside is that it gets a little repetitive toward the end.
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Jesus Feminist by Sarah Bessey
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A Clash of Kings by George R.R. Martin
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A Game of Thrones by George R.R. Martin
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“I even believe that the best definition of man is this: a creature who walks on two legs and is ungrateful.”
― Dostoevsky

Fyodor Dostoyevsky
“You ask yourself: where are your dreams now? And you shake your head and say how swiftly the years fly by! And you ask yourself again: what have you done with your best years, then? Where have you buried the best days of your life? Have you lived or not? Look, you tell yourself, look how cold the world is becoming. The years will pass and after them will come grim loneliness, and old age, quaking on its stick, and after them misery and despair. Your fantasy world will grow pale, your dreams will fade and die, falling away like the yellow leaves from the trees… Ah, Nastenka! Will it not be miserable to be left alone, utterly alone, and have nothing even to regret — nothing, not a single thing… because everything I have lost was nothing, stupid, a round zero, all dreaming and no more!”
Fyodor Dostoyevsky

C.S. Lewis
“The more often he feels without acting, the less he will be able ever to act, and, in the long run, the less he will be able to feel.”
C.S. Lewis, The Screwtape Letters

28247 Ponder This — 9 members — last activity Feb 09, 2010 01:44PM
Family and friends reading group. Reading for discusson and reflection.
25x33 The Bible in a Year — 7 members — last activity Jun 02, 2010 01:56AM
This is a group for people interested in reading through the Bible chronologically in a year. I think it'll be nice to do this together not only for t...more
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