Reading A New Earth: Awakening to Your Life's Purpose, by Eckhart Tolle. It was recommended by a friend. He’s listened to about six of the webcasts also and has not had a real worry in four or five days! The book is about self-talk--from the individual to why the nations can’t get along.
His favorite book of all time--Grandpa's Fiddle, by Timothy J. Halloran. He loaned it to me! It was tucked away in the storage cabinet there on the right, the door with the green stripe on it, with a stack of other books. “Give it ten pages,” he said. Well, I'm past that now, and am really enjoying it! The book was written by a friend of his, who was inspired to write it by a dream he had in which he was visited by an old man. His friend didn’t do any research, but somehow he knew things he otherwise couldn't possibly have known, because of these dream visits. It begins with a slave named Abraham being emancipated for his knowledge of how to seal barrels to keep rum fresh--his master had been running out of good farming soil, going into debt and, in order to get Abraham's secret, which would win him $3,000, he agreed to draw up a contract and set Abraham free.
I'm in the middle of three other books right now, but hope to finish and return the book to him before too long!
When he was a kid he liked comic books.
How do you prioritize the books you're reading?