Reading List 1.75

Here are a few books to add to your stack of things to read regarding aging or life in general. Since I try to make sure everything on the list has been read or listened to by this author, it seems a bit small–but being an active, happy elder gets in the way of thoughtful reading at times.

Second Wind   Dr. Bill Thomas

Fear, Essential Wisdom for Getting Through the Storm   Thich Nhat Hanh   this is of interest to me because of what he believes is the source of all of our fear.

No Death, No Fear  Thich Nhat Hanh

Essentialism   Greg McKeown    (an essentialist thinks almost everything is non-essential

Care of the Soul     Thomas Moore

Consolations: the solace, nourishment and underlying meaning of ever day words    David Whyte   He also has several other books worth reading

 

May you find one useful bit of advice or turn of phrase that helps you in some way.

Joanna

 

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Author: furloughbaby

I am an elder working toward extraordinary. A retired professional, I teach classes at Colorado Free University and enjoy my family.

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