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Review Ú PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ Esther Emery What Falls from the Sky Review · 102 Out Internet 365 days away from the good the bad and the ugly of our digital lives in one woman’s desperate attempt at a reset Esther faces her addiction to electronica her illusion of self importance and her longing to return to simpler days but then the unexpected happens Her experiment in analog is hijacked by a spiritual awakening and Esther finds herself suddenly inexplicably drawn to the faith she had rejected for so longUltimately Esther’s unplug. I loved this book I started it a few hours before we lost internet cable and phone service due to a broken modem After the initial panic of not being able to search the web call a friend or watch tv I sat down to lose myself in this book Giving up the internet is something I think of often I am acutely aware of how much time I lose surfing the web for hours not to mention the cost of internet and cell phone service It is inspiring to find someone who was as addicted as I who was able to turn off and tune in to a deeper relationship with family and God Well done

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Review Ú PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ Esther Emery What Falls from the Sky Review · 102 Esther Emery was a successful playwright and theater director wife and mother and loving it all until suddenly she wasn’t When a personal and professional crisis of spectacular extent leaves her reeling Esther is left empty alone in her marriage and grasping for identity that does not define itself by busyness and a breakneck pace of life Something had to be doneWhat Falls from the Sky is Esther’s fiercely honest piercingly poetic account of a year with. I was wary of this book being that it was published by a Christian imprint and marketed as a Christian book And with God in the title I thought there was good chance it would be heavy on the religion And that s really not my bag But I ve been following Esther Emery and her family on YouTube as they lived in their yurt and built their house and I knew that her religious life really never crept into those videos I ve watched some of her videos on her personal channel and read some posts on her website so I knew that Christianity was important to her For whatever reasons I d suspected that her husband was supportive but maybe wasn t all that interested it was always a little unclear and maybe still is Anyway my point is that I trusted Esther I trusted that even though this book was marketed Christian that she wasn t going to get preachy I trusted that she knew how to talk to people that either aren t that interested in religion or are or less uite against it I trusted that she was going to simply tell her story and she really is a great storyteller I was very impressed with this book though not surprised since I ve come to know what an open person Esther can be She did an excellent job of sharing a part of her story She really bares some intimate stuff I m not talking scandalous I m talking deeply personal feelings thoughts internal struggles These are the things that make me love reading memoirs Her metaphors are fantastic I have never cried so many times while reading one book I really wish it was longer I would have loved to read Keep writing EstherIt bums me out that this book appears to be a Christian book because I think that a wider audience would really enjoy it and would likely have no problem with anything in this book relating to her personal experiences with religion and ChristianityI gave it 4 stars because there was only a little room for improvement There were a few sections where I found myself disoriented not knowing who or what Esther was referring to for several sentences or paragraphs but this was rare

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Review Ú PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ Esther Emery What Falls from the Sky Review · 102 Ged pilgrimage brings her to a place where she finally finds the peace and the God who created it she has been searching for all along     What Falls from the Sky offers a path for you to do the same For all the ways the Internet makes you feel enriched and depleted genuinely connected and wildly insufficient What Falls from the Sky reveals a new way to look up from your screens and live with palms wide open in a world brimming with the good gifts of God. I guess you can find some good advises in this book but in overall it s boring It took me a long time to finish a short book because I had no desire to go back to it Maybe it s better if you are a religious person Into the Hands of the Soldiers: Freedom and Chaos in Egypt and the Middle East brings her to a place where she finally finds the peace and the God who created it she has Who Needs a Prairie? been searching for all along     What Falls from the Sky offers a path for you to do the same For all the ways the Internet makes you feel enriched and depleted genuinely connected and wildly insufficient What Falls from the Sky reveals a new way to look up from your screens and live with palms wide open in a world Running on Empty Contemplative Spirituality for Overachievers brimming with the good gifts of God. I guess you can find some good advises in this Petty Pewter Gods book Mama Namibia but in overall it s サイコメ 1 殺人鬼と死春期を boring It took me a long time to finish a short Initiated Memoir of a Witch book Beautifully Broken Spirit back to it Maybe it s