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I take the time to read the book The Shack by William P. Young. It’s not that I believe every word in the book, though I believe are truths to be learned in most books. I always find that something makes me cry and it isn’t typically the same thing. I am thinking that in the next few days while waiting and getting prepared for the funeral, it might be a good time to read it again.

This touches me in ways I cannot explain.

If you have read Crossroads by the same author I would really love if you would recommend it or not. 

Thanks.

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  1. i have my go-to books as well. For me, depending on the time of year it is either “Zen and the art of motorcycle maintenance” which is my winter/fall go-to book.
    or
    The lost forest (there are four books with this title, I always read the University of Minnesota Press book on a forest that was accidentally lost during a surveying activity)! is my spring/summer go-to.

    I also read the poetry of William Blake, all year.

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