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01/14/2013

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HI Beth,

It's been awhile since I visited your blog and I miss your view of things.

I'm glad you got to see this movie and were inspired and are left thinking about its message.

I think what is interesting is that Elie Wiesel was 82 years old and felt like he wasn't doing enough. Interesting that he would think that and insightful--since he was what some would call at the end of life. I guess we can always be doing more...

Happy 2013! Great new blog design as well. Vanessa

Thanks Vanessa for stopping by and commenting, And Happy 2013 to you too. May this be the year that more and more find the courage to speak their truth, to feel the power of breaking the silence.

Elie Wiesel was interviewed by Oprah on his latest book, "Open Heart"...you may be able to view it on her website. A very good interview, about how we witness each other's lives and much more.

What we see are hero's in our time....as well as the one's who had the courage years ago to do what is right, not what is always popular.

Beth, thanks. I'll check out his book and interview! Van.

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  • Annie Rogers: A Shining Affliction: A Story of Harm and Healing in Psychotherapy
  • Elizabeth Gilbert: Big Magic - Creative Living Beyond Fear
  • Brene Brown: Daring Greatly
  • Martha Beck: Leaving the Saints
  • Glennon Doyle Melton: Love Warrior
  • Byron Katie: Loving What Is
  • Dr. Jill Bolte-Taylor: My Stroke Of Insight
  • Sheryl Sandberg, Adam Grant: Option B - Facing Adversity, Building Resilience, and Finding Joy
  • Brene Brown: Rising Strong
  • Patrick J. Carnes Ph.D: The Betrayal Bond
  • Bessel Van Der Kolk, M.D.: The Body Keeps Score
  • Alice Miller: The Body Never Lies
  • Dr. Shefalie Tsabary: The Conscious Parent
  • Laura Landgraf: The Fifth Sister- From Victim to Victor
  • Brene Brown: The Gifts of Imperfection
  • Christina Enevoldsen: The Rescued Soul - A writing journey for the Healing of Incest and Family Betrayal
  • Annie Rogers: The Unsayable: The hidden language of trauma
  • Steven Pressfield: The War of Art
  • Alice Miller: Thou Shalt Not Be Aware
  • Rythea Lee: Trauma into Truth - Gutsy Healing and Why Its Worth It
  • Iyanla Vanzant: Trust
  • Rob Bell: Velvet Elvis
  • Norah Vincent: Voluntary Madness- Lost and Found in the Mental Healthcare System
  • Terry L. Wise: Waking Up: Climbing through the Darkness
  • Dr. Karyl McBride: Will I Ever Be Good Enough
  • Shonda Rhimes: Year of Yes

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