My co-worker/manager/friend gave me this book because it was written by his pastor. It was very Bibley. But I gave it an honest try.
(I don’t get why Christians spend so much time studying the Old Testament. Jesus did away with all that. He replaced it with one commandment: Love Thy Neighbor. It doesn’t require much study.)
In spite of the Biblical talk, I think his main message was Unity, and I can certainly get behind that. The Christian way of phrasing this would be to say we are all members of one Body of Christ. Not much different from the visualization that helps me get along: we are all just One Big Thing. For me, that encompasses the whole biosphere. Literally just One Big Thing. So yes, I got something out of it.
Did you stay home today? Popped into the front of JCAT to get my pickup. < 10 seconds
What local business or charity did you support? United Way, JCAT, Phoenix Books – that takes care of yesterday, today, & tomorrow
What’s for dinner? JCAT, I get the Chicken BLT every time. Side salad if it’s a weekday, sweet potato fries only if it’s Saturday. I have very few rules left from WW days, but minimizing fries is one of them.