Cara Meredith

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Pure by Linda Kay Klein
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A Sojourner's Truth by Natasha Sistrunk Robinson
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The Path Between Us by Suzanne Stabile
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It’s always helpful to have an Enneagram refresher and reading Stabile’s words on it was refreshing as well. Of course, if you’re not already familiar with the Enneagram, this probably isn’t the best place to start.
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The Art of Gathering by Priya Parker
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Burnt Toast Makes You Sing Good by Kathleen Flinn
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What We Lose by Zinzi Clemmons
What We Lose
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Reads like a memoir, that is for sure.
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Four Gifts by April Yamasaki
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Bravo! April Yamasaki gifts us with a book the birch desperately needs (even if she doesn’t yet know it) about the intersection of self-care and soul care.
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So Brave, Young and Handsome by Leif Enger
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I’ve loved his writing before, and while this one had the occasional line that made me swoon, overall I just couldn’t track with it.
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“Our privileges are the things not within our own control that push us forward and move us ahead from that starting line. Acknowledging them does not mean you are admitting to doing something to contribute to someone's else oppression. It means that you recognize that some part of your identity puts you in a better position than others.”
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