Since I first encountered this 116-page book 3 years ago, I have returned to it at least twice. Parker Palmer gently reveals how he learned to listen to his life throughout his life as an academic turned civil activist and Quaker. He writes with profound simplicity and wisdom about career transitions, mental illness, and a holistic approach to one’s vocation. If you are in need of an honest and deep read, consider Let Your Life Speak.
– JF, Emerging Leader 2016-17
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