July 13, 2021
You know, sometimes, when I reblog a book, I open the post and think yes, yes, I remember this… or that… and can say a thing or two and be on my way.
This time, it’s different.
I see I mention the book’s cover in my original post.’Tis true… boring. It’s a slim paperback in bright yellow.
What does Peter Griffin say? “It insists upon itself.”
Fits, I thought.
PS: Gee whiz, I find way too much inspiration from Family Guy. Don’t hate me!
The cover does have that cute little Penguin at the bottom and a nice blurb by Dr. Christiane Northrup, who is no slouch in the book-writin’ realm herself. I’ve talked about her a few times in this space. But still… I didn’t pick it up when I first saw it on the shelves of my fave thrift store.
As I opened the post today, I remembered thinking that this book blew me out of the water. I’d had few expectations because of… well… all that stuff I said at the beginning of this little (ha!) introduction.
It was PHENOMENAL. Excellent. Wonderful.
Sometimes a book surprises you.
This one certainly DID!!
“I have a definition of success. For me, it’s very simple. It’s not about wealth and fame and power. It’s about how many shining eyes I have around me.”―
“I’ll never say anything that couldn’t stand as the last thing I’ll ever say.”―
Well, it’s still January, and if you’re looking for something to keep you busy for the next twelve months or so,The Art of Possibility by Rosamond Stone Zander and Benjamin Zander is waiting for you!
But first, let me tell you about our co-author, Benjamin Zander. If you have a moment, I encourage you to watchthis YouTube video. I laughed, I nodded, and was moved to tears, more than once. This is a powerful man… and he needs to be, as the conductor of the Boston Philharmonic Orchestra. He is also a delightful, melodic, optimistic personality who is at…
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