Book Review: Grace Unfolding
Grace Unfolding was written by Greg Johanson and Ron Kurtz. Charles Chu did the artwork and the calligraphy throughout the book.
It is a charming book that you can read in a day. It is a book that is staying in my library. I have enjoyed it from front to back cover three times. It is also a book that you can open up and read any chapter and feel like you have just started in the front.
I was introduced to this book while going through massage therapy school. I am grateful.
It is a curious blend of psychotherapy and the Tao-te ching. In no way does it make you an expert in either or, but it opens of doors for thought, introspection, learning, and just being.
As a Christian who is not afraid to study other methods and philosophies of thought I can cheerfully say, once again; this is a book that does not take away from my Christianity but makes it stronger, affirms my beliefs, and acknowledges that there is many ways to say the same thing.
If I had a book club this would be one of the books I would suggest to read to my book club.
Some of its chapters are titled:
Creating, Making Peace, Trusting, Observing Nature, Relinquishing Control, and many more.The chapters are short and wonderfully concise. Great book to read on a bus, coffee shop, under a tree, or at home.