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LDSBookstore.com Book Club November 2020 Pick! Click here to join.

We are navigating an era where digital interactions and political polarization are on the rise. Too often the collateral damage is our emotional health. Isolation can kill people from the inside out.

But there is an antidote. Through stories, analogies, and humor, I See You invites each of us to face the battle against separation head-on.

As we commit to listen, protect, and love each other more fiercely, we will see those who need us most. People all around us are praying for relief. We can answer their plea. We might even be their miracle.

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Grow and Learn

By Jeff McCollum on 12/23/2020
Maybe it's just the times we live in but I think it's more. In this book, Julie Lee offers wise counsel to applies to self-awareness, interpersonal relationships and life in general. One of my favorites is "you can't fiix iti" when helping someone else through difficult seasons. Overall the message of seeing others "whole" is powerful simply because it runs so counter to the pattern today of seeing others as projections of our own point of view. We've organized into tribes and the consequence is everyone in my tribe is "righteous" and everyhone in the other tribe is "evil." No single action defines a whole person.
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