Learning to sing in a different key
A great read.(Finished it this morning).
Isn't it? I should pull it out and re-read too.
I read his journals during my first Lent. I read them again last Lent, and I am reading them again this Lent. It suprises me, but his journals are, I think, the most treasured work I own of any theologian or author, at least at this point in my life. His words all point to joy, resurrection, a rememberance of the "one thing needful".
I have yet to read his journal, but will take this as a good recommendation, especially now that I'm finished with this one - for the time being.I mentioned earlier that "ten people of any time and place with whom I'd love to have lunch" thing - he's one, too.
I've not read his journals, but have read some great blog posts about his journals.And, if he and Johann are at your dinner table, I hope that I would garner an invitation.
Of course you would be, Mimi?Didn't I tell you - you're one of those ten people too!
Oh, blush, thanks!
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