Most inspirational and self-help books are written by experts, celebrities, or people who have compellingly unique life-changing stories to tell. This one isn't. Watching Cookies in the Oven chronicles mundane events in the author's daily life, then ...
shows that, with introspection, everyday life can become sublime. From overcoming depression to breaking up with girlfriends, the true stories of each chapter are filled with optimism, hope, and an abiding trust in God. Breaking from the genre's tradition of to-do lists or resolutions, Peterson invites readers to see the world in a different way, promising that each shift in paradigm will effect a change in actions and results. In the end, readers leave lifted, refreshed, and ready to find their own symbolism in everyday life - proof that you don't have to have a PhD to be inspired.
Number of pages: 96
Date of publication: 31/01/2011
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