Top 10 Non Fiction in the Last 10 Years

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Journal Me Organized:
Yin Yoga- Stretch the Mindful Way:
Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up:
Spark Joy:
A Hobbit, a Wardrobe, and a Great War:
Bonhoeffer- Pastor, Martyr, Prophet, Spy:
Jesus the King:
Abortion- The Ultimate Exploitation of Women:
Anne Frank’s Diary of a Young Girl:
The Sacred Romance:
The Great Divorce:

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هزاع -استغفرالله says:

Loving how U presenting the books! Keep it up 💪🏼🌿

Wilde Book Garden says:

I recently gifted A Hobbit, A Wardrobe, and A Great War to my mom so I'm so happy to hear it's wonderful!
I read A Confession by Leo Tolstoy a few months ago and loved it. Really powerful description of a very dark period in his life but how he ultimately came through it, and a really interesting look at his personal beliefs as well.

Susan Schembri says:

I really appreciated that you spoke about your religious reads/books on this video! Thank you!

A Musical Bookworm says:

I knew you were going to have lots of C.S. Lewis! 😁 A Hobbit A Wardrobe and the Great War sounds so interesting. I read the Bonhoeffer book last year. Definitely a dense but really important read… Bonhoeffer’s resolve in the face of suffering was really inspiring to read about.

CatReads says:

I've always been meaning to pick up some CS Lewis. The Great Divorce sounds interesting. Maybe I'll start with that one. I love Marie Kondo's book and having gratitude for the items you are keeping and parting with was great.

Hahligirl56 says:

My family is originally from Romania, so it's great to see an MK shoutout from someone in that country!

One of my favorite non-fiction books that I've read this year has been Love Does by Bob Goff. Not only is it an entertaining read, but the chapters in it just radiate pure child-like joy and wonder, and there are some great truths to pull from the stories he shares in there.

I've also read Welcome to Adulting by Jonathan Pokluda, which will be great to go back to again and again as young adult who is also a Christian; it's a great guide to help someone in this day and age try to figure out just how to follow the Bible and the kind of impact it can have in our lives.

I've been interested in trying out yoga for very much the same reasons you mentioned, but I have no idea what the poses are to do them…so I just stretch as best as I can on a mat. I wish I knew a little bit more of what to do, though.

Great picks for this list! 🙂

ANGELA405 says:

Man's Search for Meaning by Viktor Frankl is my favorite of the last 10 years. It is incredible.

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