I don’t like reading, but I make myself read. I’m thankful for all the authors whose books have been there for me at all the right times. Notwithstanding the bible, after a LOT of processing, I finally boiled it down to these five as my all-time fav:

1) Search for Significance by Robert McGee

I learned not to base my self esteem on what others said or what I did. I learned there was more to me than those 2 combined.

2) Oh the Places You Will Go by Dr. Seuss

After getting hired, my headhunter gave me this book. When I got fired from that job 30 days later is when it meant the most.

3) The Shack by William P. Young

I learned where God is in murder, pain, death, and where he is when there is no explanation.

4) Battlefield of the Mind by Joyce Meyer

Suffering from depression and anxiety all my life, this book set me free. It was balm for my mind; healing for my thoughts.

5) Thinking for a Change by John Maxwell

I’ve never been a book-smart person. This helped me realize, despite that, I still had a brain & God could do good things with it.

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