Yes, it goes into who St.Nicholas really was. It brings up stories I have never heard about him. It also gets into what happened after his death for miracles that are associated with him.
This is a great biography. One point that was week was how bad the recession was that he inherited from Wilson, it was far worse than what Obama inherited. Yet Harding and Coolidge turned things around to a point that we had the roaring 20's. Then he looked at what Hoover was doing and said - stock market is going to crash, and it did. He was a man of few words, but his actions meant far more.
A frustrating story, as I never liked the story of the lottery in High School, I approached this one with apprehension. But this is far more than what the lottery was. This story - although entertaining - is a warning. Do not believe what you are fed by the official line in the news. Beware of feeding your belly too much, it makes you weak. Do not assume those who seem week cannot over come you by their wits and if oppressed, will one day be your undoing.
As she is trying to do the little things for Jesus - I am realizing that am falling short. She does such little things and it is so much more than I can even begin to do.
She matched the sanguine personality of St. Therese.
Makes me want to try more.
This is far better than the Twilight. For one they have character developments that are believable and more than just a love story.
This book is a part 2. I recommend reading the other one first.
There are many quirks about this book that are very enjoyable.
Yes I will listen again. Probably a few times waiting for the next one. How could he do that? Leave it where there is plotting and planning going on, it was almost stopping in the middle of the story.
Report Inappropriate Content