Coffee Tea Books and Me: Sunday Afternoon Tea - Creating places of refuge for the storms of life

Coffee Tea Books and Me: Sunday Afternoon Tea - Creating places of refuge for the storms of life

This post reaches out to me as words of a kindred spirit. Recently on the Maud Hart Lovelace discussion list (the Betsy Tacy books) we had a discussion about what books would be on a list of books we had reread at least five times. And about people who cannot understand why on earth anyone would want to reread any book. I know you understand this, and I think many books and some music and nature and art can all be havens for my soul, especially when troubled. Indeed for several years after Paul's illness and death I couldn't seem to settle down to reading anything serious and authors like D.E. Stevenson and Goudge were a great comfort. A home should be a place of refuge for those who live within it. We all need to create this. I read The Jerusalem Bible most often, though I have several copies of The New American Bible which is what was always given out at womens' retreats...

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