Sunday, January 8, 2017

Sunday Salon ~ bookshelves

I'm following the advice of these book shelves by reading my own Jürgen Moltmann books.  Can you see that it says "read your book case"?

This has been a good week, but not what I expected.  For one thing, I didn't complete Moltmann's autobiography, as I had hoped to do.  On the other hand, I managed to get six posts written (if I get to count the one my cat "wrote"), and I enjoyed socializing with friends several times:  visiting with Sandy and Donna over a meal, "Talking It Over" with a group of Crown residents, eating out with Joan, meeting Rosie for lunch in the Circle@Crown Café, and getting to know Miriam over dinner with other residents downstairs.  (I'm Miriam's ambassador, a volunteer who helps a new resident get to know about the Crown Center.)

Book just completed:
  • The Indigo Children: The New Kids Have Arrived ~ by Lee Carroll and Jan Tober, 1999, psychology, 8/10
Books I'm reading now:
  • Waking Up White, and Finding Myself in the Story of Race ~ by Debby Irving, 2014, race relations
  • Stress: The Good and the Bad ~ by Paula Ceccaldi, Agnès Diricq, and Clémentine Bagieu, 2001, health
  • A Broad Place: An Autobiography ~ by  Jürgen Moltmann, 2007, theology
Books up next:
  • The Living God and the Fullness of Life ~ by Jürgen Moltmann, 2015, theology
  • Jürgen Moltmann: Collected Readings ~ ed. by Margaret Kohl, 2014, theology
Bloggers gather in the Sunday Salon — at separate computers in different time zones — to talk about our lives and our reading.

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