New York Times -bestselling author Anne Lamott writes about the three simple prayers essential to coming through tough times, difficult days and the hardships of daily life. Readers of all ages have followed and cherished Anne Lamott’s funny and perceptive writing about her own faith... read more
“... a good marriage is one in which each spouse secretly thinks he or she got the better deal, and this is true also of our bosom friendships.”
“I have to create the habit, just as I had to do with daily writing, and flossing.”
“... when all else fails, follow instructions. So we breathe, try to slow down and pay attention, try to love and help God's other children, and--hardest of all, at least to me--learn to love our depressing, hilarious, mostly decent selves. We get thirsty people water, read to the very young and old, and listen to the sad. We pick up litter and try to leave the world a slightly better place for our stay here.”
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