Free ↠ A Life of Being, Having, and Doing Enough By Wayne Muller – Diclofenac16.us

A Life of Being, Having, and Doing Enough From The Moment We Are Born, We Are Seekers Our Culture Obsessively Promotes The Pursuit Of Money, Success And Self Improvement At The End Of Each Activity Jammed Day, Though, We Collapse Into Bed Discouraged By Everything We Have Not Checked Off On Our To Do Lists, In Despair That Whatever We Have Accomplished Is Never Enough Worse Still, When Our Dreams Become Derailed By The Inherent Tragedies Of Life Job Loss, Financial Peril, Sickness, Or The Death Of A Loved One We Feel Devastated By The Pain And Injustice Of It All Nationally Renowned Author, Therapist, And Minister Wayne Muller Offers Healing For The Perpetually Stressed In A Life Of Being, Having, And Doing Enough By Learning Compassion And Mercy For Ourselves And By Recognizing What Is Most Profoundly True About Who We Are And What We Need, We Can Gain The Self Acceptance So That Whatever We Choose To Do, In This Moment, It Is Wholly Enough Muller Mixes The Writings Of Great Spiritual And Political Leaders With Inspirational Anecdotes From His Own Life, Inviting Us To Derive Satisfaction From Less And Pull Gratitude Out Of The Ashes Of Grief The Answer To What He Describes As Authentic Happiness Lies Not In Seeing The Glass As Half Full Instead Of Half Empty In Reality, He Writes, The Glass Is Always Half Full And Half Empty The World Is Neither Broken Nor Whole, But Eternally Engaged In Rhythms Between Joy And Sorrow With Muller S Guidance, We May Find Ourselves On The Most Courageous Spiritual Pilgrimage Of Our Lives.

Free ↠ A Life of Being, Having, and Doing Enough  By Wayne Muller – Diclofenac16.us
  • Hardcover
  • 256 pages
  • A Life of Being, Having, and Doing Enough
  • Wayne Muller
  • English
  • 08 December 2018
  • 030759002X

    10 thoughts on “Free ↠ A Life of Being, Having, and Doing Enough By Wayne Muller – Diclofenac16.us


  1. says:

    I absolutely loved this book Wish I could give a copy to every one I know To get the full effect, it should be read slowly and thoughtfully because it is truly a conversation with the author someone I would love to count as a friend


  2. says:

    The rating reflects the fact that I have read a lot of books quite similar to this so it felt like a review rather than challenging or stimulating new insights My women s group struggled with The Power of Now together 15 years ago, and I read The Wounded Healerlike 35 years ago Both books were referenced in this book or in reviews However, if you are new to thinking outside the box about your spirituality, this would be a good primer Without a doubt, for me, Wayne Muller s best wor The rating reflects the fact that I have read a lot of books quite similar to this so it felt like a review rather than challenging or stimulating new insights My women s group struggled with The Power of Now together 15 years ago, and I r...


  3. says:

    This book is a great pause button for anyone with a hectic lifestyle meaning all human beings Everyone I m positive feels overwhelmed by LIFE like I do often times, so this book was a nice reminder to step back, appreciate the small and good things of the world, and strive to live one mo...


  4. says:

    I am generally leery of self help books as the wisdom they dispense can come across as shallow and hokey, but I thought this book made some very valid points explained in a way that was neither shallow nor too cheesy it was a little hippy dippy, it is a self help book after all.


  5. says:

    I loved this book I kept it by my bedside and read one of the short chapters each night as a meditation.


  6. says:

    This book was very inspiring and a great reset going into a new year.


  7. says:

    I was drawn to this book because of my love for the movie Mary Poppins She is so wise and pretty One of my favorite ladies lines she says is Enough is as good as a feast So true This book makes you that point And helps a person accept enough.


  8. says:

    Muller s latest release was the November selection for South Austin Spiritual Book Group Our Book Group was kicked off in 2005 with Muller s book, Sabbath , so we are full circle with this title.I appreciated the contemporary editing with micro chapters and some content inserted from Wayne s friends and inspirational luminaries.It is both a modern and ancient question to study the meaning of enough in our lives It is a question I have pondered for perhaps forty years now If you think about Muller s latest release was the November selection for South Austin Spiritual Book Group Our Book Group was kicked off in 2005 with Muller s book, Sabbath , so we are full circle with this title.I appreciated the contemporary editing with micro chapters and some content inserted from Wayne s friends and inspirational luminaries.It is both a modern and ancient question to study the meaning of enough in our lives It is a question I have pondered for perhaps forty years now If you think about it for very long, the question begins to sharpen your values and challenge the meaning of your life.I felt better immediately after beginning this book b c it helped me get underneath my to do list and gain a greater sense of purpose to the movement and activity in my life.Wayne quotes Gera...


  9. says:

    Occasionally the thing that s exactly right pops up at the time that s exactly right, and it feels like a gift For me the most recent gift of this sort was Wayne Muller s gem of a book Muller challenges readers to look beyond our culture s pressure to craminto each day, getdone and beefficient for it s own sake Instead, he suggests that we ll livefully if we choose mindfully, possibly scale down and give 100% of our attention to the activities and relationships we co Occasionally the thing that s exactly right pops up at the time that s exactly right, and it feels like a gift For me the most recent gift of this sort was Wayne Muller s gem of a book Muller challenges readers to look beyond our culture s pressure to craminto each day, getdone and beefficient for it s own sake Instead, he suggests that we ll livefully if we choose mindfully, possibly scale down and give 100% of our attention to the activities and relationships we consciously choose Before discovering this book, I d been wrestling with the having enough part while working on a clean out project at home Doing enough has beenchallenging there are so many fascinating looking activities and worthy causes out there that it s hard to choose As for being enough, I suspect that I ll be working on that one for the rest of my life Part of growing up in a consumer culture is being bombarded with messages that we re inadequate as we are, but we ca...


  10. says:

    I feel that this book can but distilled into a probably 3 or 4 paragraphs As I was at a time that I have been thinking about this issue in my life it was helpful in that it helped to provide a concrete jumping off point for my thoughts I do feel though that this book is written from a certain pla...

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