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Come-read-with-me
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Pickpick

This is a book that my husband gave me many years ago when I was facing a very challenging time in my life. I was inspired by @Eggs to reread this amazing collection of essays by Dr. Remen. She offers insights about the importance of generosity, kindness of spirit, and self acceptance. The essays are short but powerful. An excellent read. #NFNov #TIL Self care is always important - be as kind to yourself as you are to others.

rsteve388 9 pts 5h
Eggs Thanks for including me❣️. @Come-read-with-me . These books were valuable to me during and after cancer treatment 2h
Come-read-with-me @Eggs That had to be so hard. I‘m sorry you went through it, but am praying that all is well now. 💗 2h
Eggs Thanks so much @Come-read-with-me ❤️💗❤️ 2h
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Kshakal
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Smarkies
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Pickpick

A short punchy book with lots of good advice.
#NFNov
Also ticking off the #somethinginspirational box for #NonFiction2019 as this book has inspired me to just do the art. 😄
@rsteve388 @Clwojick

rsteve388 I loved this book. It was the advice I needed at the time. 5d
Clwojick This sounds fun! Stacking! 6 pt. 4d
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Yoram
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Part two is great, part three a lot of mumbo-jumbo. Great nonetheless!

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Smarkies
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Getting in some reading at a local tea cafe.
#NFNov
@rsteve388
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Clwojick 1 pt. 4d
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StephanieGeiser

“We‘re all on the same ship, and it‘s going to sink sooner or later. One hundred and ten years from now no one who is here now will be alive. When you look at it that way, you can see how absurd it is that we individualize ourselves with our fences and hoarded possessions, refusing to recognize our commonalities.”

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StephanieGeiser

“What I‘m trying to do in this community of friends and in general is to open up people, to touch them in their tender and compassionate places, so we can recognize our common humanity.”

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Lazy_Day_Reads
The last lecture | Randy Pausch, Jeffrey Zaslow

Next book I‘m starting.

SassyBookworm Such a good book! Enjoy! 1w
Lazy_Day_Reads @SassyBookworm Thank you! Looking forward to it! 1w
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Kshakal
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peaknit Oh this sounds delightful! 1w
peaknit I have this in my Amazon cart, thank you for a 2020 idea for me! 1w
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Alexush
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What do you do with a chance is another great hit by Kobe yamada. This modern fiction book teaches children that if they are given a chance they should take it. For this book I would do a literature circle. The UDL I would use for this is 9.3 because they can use this book for self-assessment and reflection.

Alexush The ESOL strategy I would use is Number 3 which is to encourage self talk and positive thinking. The website I would use that has a great lesson plan for this particular book is https://www.kirstenskaboodle.com/what-do-you-do-with-a-chance-activities-and-rev.... 1w
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