A 99 Cent Sale That Will Wreck Your Life
Over vacation I continued to read the book, Wrecked. Besides the Bible and The Maker’s Diet, never before has a book so profoundly influenced my thinking and challenged my heart.
I suppose that might scare you off.
I don’t mean to frighten you. I honestly want to spur you on. Create a defining moment in your life where you implement change and institute a radicalness in your walk that gives you purpose to your days.
Maybe you don’t struggle with finding meaning in your actions.
If you want to get Wrecked with me, you can find the book on sale.
To be wrecked begins with an experience that pulls you out of your comfort zone and self-centeredness, whether you want it to or not. — Jeff Goins, Wrecked
The catch is that this is for your Kindle. But Kindle books can be read on just about any device – including your computer.
Quite frankly, you don’t have any excuse to NOT purchase this book.
It’s a strange journey, this search for identity in our modern era. And for the first time in history, you can completely avoid it – at least for a while. Like Frodo from Lord of the Rings, we step out our front door not knowing what to expect. “It’s a dangerous business,’ his Uncle Bilbo told him, ‘. . . going out your front door.” – Jeff Goins – Wrecked
Open your door.
Because it’s hard to get your heart broken on the couch. — Wrecked
And enjoy the view. Experience the view. Engage with the view. Wreck your world (in a good way).
As a mom and a mentor, Wrecked has radically changed my thinking and helped me to persevere when the last thing I want to do is make another pot of chai, change one more diaper, administer one more time out.
Instead of easier, faster, better; we will opt for slow and deliberate. We take our time.
We will seek first the needs of others and trust that our own will be provided.
We will discipline ourselves to believe.
We will find our lives by losing it.
We will seek the pearl of great price and sacrifice everything for it.
We will become less to gain more.
We cannot become who we are without going through pain.
And who can do such a thing without trusting the struggle is worth it? Or that the results will be good? We must endeavor to be wrecked with a deep, reckless faith that confounds the world and maybe even puzzles us at times. It will be worth it. — Wrecked
I have always been aware of my selfishness. I often have the appearance of being helpful and sincere, but oh how fickle the heart.
But I have found some hope for my me-ness.
The thing you try to avoid the most is often the remedy for your own self-centeredness. Once I grasped this, I gained a deeper understanding of my calling – not any specific act itself, but the discomfort of doing the right thing in spite of how I feel. — Wrecked
I’m sure you have 99 cents in the cup holder of your car. Get Wrecked.