He still loves Jess and wants to make a new life with her. Jess is very conflicted and confused. Scott is strong, kind, compassionate and hopeful. I really related to Scott and Jess, pulled for them, and kept I did like this book. I really related to Scott and Jess, pulled for them, and kept wondering what they'd gone through to get where they were.
Well done inspirational from Hannon. It involves a couple whose life is torn apart by the death of their small daughter in an accident, caused by the husband's drinking. The story revolves around the hatred and love in Jess' family and the love Scott still has for her. Scott has some support, though, mostly from God. Scott has more faith than many so-called "holy " men, and his faith and humility are rewarded. Apr 08, D. Shaftoe rated it it was amazing. A must-read for anyone who's ever been touched by fear, anger or aching regret.
It tells the story of hope and gives hope that anyone can change. It tells the story of love lost and found again. I highly recommend this book. Jan 03, Jennifer Worry rated it really liked it. This was a beautiful and heartwarming story. It is a perfect example of how people can overcome he tragedies that fall upon them in life. Jess and Scott Mitchell lost their daughter in a tragic car accident. They both must find a way to heal, forgive, an move on after losing Elizabeth. Jun 24, Elizabeth Holland rated it it was amazing. This is one of the best Love Inspired books I have ever read.
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Almost implosive. Who is the one expecting the black man to be Everyman, black man to reflect the universal good will, or at the very least a carefully curated black rage directed at a carefully identified target? Hip-hop has always been about spinning clever fictions, doing what great narratives do: inventing stories that tell the real truth. We do this over and over, judging artists of color based on a warped idea that legitimacy can come only from experience. You would think I would know better, given that as a novelist, I deal with the same assumption in nearly every interview.
Young men, murderers before 15, murdered before Nearly everybody assumed that I had experienced some of this. And here I was doing the same thing to Kendrick. How someone can feel rage at murder while being fine with suicide. He was exploring these themes as concepts — you know, that thing that artists do.
He was posing tricky, difficult questions, for which there were no answers, getting into the middle of his song, feeling it, breathing it, but still inventing. That it must be autobiography or documentary. Or thought Johnny Cash ever murdered anybody or knew anyone who did.
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Why would urban-dwelling gentrified-Brooklyn types embrace the atavistic philosophies of conspiracy theorists and mononymous zither players?
One answer is that this is how cool works: Things that used to be uncool become cool, and vice versa. We live in an age of aggressive positivism, a world overtaken by metrics and markets. To accuse New Age revivalism of insincerity — reducing the possibilities of belief to a binary — is to miss the point.
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The gentle woo-woo spirituality of New Age is attractive because it refuses the grinding realities of life spent in the shadow of Wall Street and Hollywood and Silicon Valley. If a minute New Age symphony can make you feel good — instead of harried or judged or pandered to — why should you care that it sounds like the soundtrack to a s nature documentary? A band that signs up to play the Super Bowl halftime show is making a declaration of immense confidence in its ability to hold a spotlight. This brand of wide-screen pop attracts easy put-downs: edgeless, corny, white.
Imagine it: Sincerity will once again be on its way out of music, only for a familiar and tender voice to ring throughout the future blogosphere. High-profile pop songs like this are conceived as nothing less than events, ready to be performed at mega-happenings like the Super Bowl halftime show. What his audience wanted was the warmth of familiarity.
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