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Like Streams to the Ocean: Notes on Ego, Love, and the Things That Make Us Who We Are

Like Streams to the Ocean: Notes on Ego, Love, and the Things That Make Us Who We Are

A moving meditation on the hidden, sometimes difficult topics we must consider to live an authentic life, from the New York Times bestselling author of To Shake the Sleeping Self

We aren't born into a self. It is created without our consent, built on top of our circumstances, the off-handed comments we hear from others, and the moments that scared us most when we were young. But in the busyness of our daily life, we rarely get the chance to think clearly about the questions that matter most. Who am I? Where do I belong? How much of who I am and what I do boils down to avoiding the things that make me feel small? We tuck these questions into the corner of our minds, but they drive our behavior far more than we give them credit for, even after we become adults.

Writing with the passion and clarity that made his debut, To Shake the Sleeping Self, a national bestseller, Jenkins makes space to explore the seven topics we must think about in order to live a deeply considered life: ego, family, work, love, nature, death, and the soul. He considers the experiences that shape us into who we are, whether they're as heart-pounding as a rafting trip through the whitewater of the Grand Canyon, or as ordinary as the moment when we look in the mirror each morning. Through it all, Jenkins leads readers on a wide-ranging conversation about finding fulfillment in the people and places around us, and discovering the courage to show our deepest selves to the world.

The Seven Subjects is a profound reflection from one of our most original writers, a necessary read for anyone seeking a companion on the road to understanding.

Titulo:Like Streams to the Ocean: Notes on Ego, Love, and the Things That Make Us Who We Are
Idioma de edición:English
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  • Diane S ?

    Essays gives one a personal look at the authors thoughts and feelings. Subjects here, mimic many of those that impact all of us. Family, home, friendship, love death and others. Home struck a chord wi...

  • Carrie Knight

    this collection of essays is heartfelt and inspiring. jenkins is a very thoughtful writer, and reading his words feels like having a conversation with an old friend in a cozy coffee shop with a warm c...

  • Kobi Lee

    This book is a warm candle light, illuminating and softly healing the parts of me that are worn, raw, tender, and cracked. I highlighted a lot of this book. Sure, it has its flaws and its platitud...

  • Monica Welcker

    One of those books that you close at the end, and want to immediately start again. I have to imagine that I am not the only one who can relate on so many levels to Jedediah’s thoughts, and his style...

  • Grace Modisett

    Reading this book felt like I was reading the author’s diary entries. At times the thoughts jump from one to the next and can feel disconnected, leaving you wanting more. But Jenkins’ writing is a...

  • Missy

    I hadn't read Jedediah Jenkns before. Perhaps people who are already fans of his will enjoy this book. It reads like a string of individual diary entries - loosely connected observations about life. T...

  • Victoria

    There is something uniquely special about late night conversations with a friend where you discuss beliefs and ponder the strangeness of being human. Where you find commonalities and feel understood. ...

  • Justin Holman

    Jed's writing style makes it seem like he is sitting next to me and just telling me a story, which I LOVE! He has a great way of connecting philosophical ideas to his personal life and then challengin...

  • Emily Nowlin

    A great book! Couldn’t put it down! Jedidiah’s writing transports you into his world, offering relatable tidbits about life, love & self. I loved the essay format and each chapter left me wanting ...

  • Jennifer M.

    I liked this one. I would read more by this author. It's an enjoyable read. Easy to follow. I think my favorite thing about this book was the author's writing style.3/5 Stars...

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