Life Hack for Overcoming Depression: Read About God

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In the tradition of this blog, I had to list a few more life-changing books that I believe no single person should go their whole lifetime (any lifetime of theirs, for that matter) without reading at least once.

This time they’re books about spirituality and the purpose of life, and they are:

Conversations with God by Neale Donald Walsch (parts one through three), and

The Shack by William P. Young.

Have at it and let me know what you think!

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“This is the kind of writing that makes me feel as if I’d sat down with the author on the sofa with cups of tea and we were talking together for hours. The style is so vulnerable …” – Heather

“I don’t know what to say other than it is the most beautiful book that I have ever read.” – Ashley

“Really, I am rather speechless.” – Sarah

“I loved the book!! I couldn’t stop reading it!! It touched me so very much.” – Haydee

“Player has given a beautiful gift to her readers. I was very touched.” – Celia

“Player’s chatty style evokes a realism and empathy for the story. One is able to feel her pain.” – Anonymous 

Get What I Learned from Jane on Amazon.

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More Stuff to Read:

Some Spiritual Practices Actually Work. It’s Amazing.

There are hundreds of spiritual techniques for overcoming depression and increasing inner peace. Only one blog talks about whether or not they work. With ratings. (Take that, God.)

I Suspect Inner Peace Is Just a Myth. Here Are Interviews With People Who Disagree.

Some people are such show-offs. But that doesn’t mean they’re not worth listening to.

There’s a Book for That, Too

It’s a great time to get suddenly awesome. So many teachers. So many books.

I’m a Partner, a Mom, a Friend, a Mom, a Sister, a Daughter, a Businessperson and a Mom. Here’s What Helps.

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2 comments

  1. Of course, you know that I think “Conversations with God – Book 1” is a great, great book! I would add one to that list, though. I didn’t care much for Book 3 in that series, but I loved “Friendship with God”. Oh my!
    Scott

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