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NFIS Staff Inspirational Book Picks

There is much to learn from the wise, our shared humanity means many have walked our same walks. We can find truth, beauty, and inspiration in literature. Reading is a socially appropriate means of dissociation and distraction. It can also open our minds to new possibilities, encouraging us, affirming our connections to others, and finding the miraculous within the tragic. Drawing inspiration from our story’s heroes can help us on our journey of living, healing, and helping others by urging us on to action, challenging and changing the way we think, inspiring creativity, and encouraging us to take control of our lives. Some books simply offer distraction and humor from the weights of this world. Here are some of our NFIS staff picks of Inspirational books. So grab warm blanket and a hot cocoa, it’s a snowy winter day, perfect time to curl up with a good book. Get inspired. And please comment below with your own favorites!

· My Story Elizabeth Smart Elizabeth Smart

· A Child Called It Dave Peltzer

· Love Warrior Glennon Doyle Melton

· Carry On, Warrior Glennon Doyle Melton

· The Road Less Traveled Scott Peck

· Don’t Quit Edgar Albert Guest

· The Shack William P Young

· Necessary Lies Diane Chamberlain

· Ordering Your Private World Gordon MacDonald

· The Man in the Arena Theodore Roosevelt (Simon Sinek TED TALK)

· The Book of Joy: Lasting Happiness in a Changing World Dali Lama, D.Tutu, D. Abrams

· Prodigal Summer Barbara Kingsolver

· The Man in the Arena

· Miracles Walt Whitman

· This I Believe Jay Allison

· Three Cups of Tea Greg Mortenson

· The Gifts of Imperfection Brene Brown

· The Last Lecture Randy Paush

· Tuesdays with Morrie Mitch Albom

· The Fred Factor Mark Sanborn

· Girl, Wash Your Face Rachel Hollis

· The Wild Edge of Sorrow

· One Child Torey Hayden

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