I read Outrageous Openness last year, but I keep talking about it and I keep coming back to it. This well-written, compelling book encourages its readers to trust in the divine (whatever “divine” may mean to each individual). Outrageous Openness is a compilation of instances where the author did exactly that and the amazing way that events unfolded in each circumstance. The stories are almost eerie, like watching a magic trick, but it’s enticing.
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It was amazing to me; as I was reading this, I tried trusting in the divine to bring what I needed and avoid giving me things I thought I needed, but actually wouldn’t serve me. It was amazing how often the person I needed to talk to would walk around a corner or how things kept popping up to solve even the smallest of problems.
Through the various stories in the book, the author weaves a thread of spirituality and wisdom. The author has a very encouraging, warm voice. For me, it was one of those books where I almost wanted to slow down my reading so I would have more for later. I didn’t want it to end!