In my experience the major problem people have -- the problem that stands most stubbornly between them and a good and satisfying life -- isn't that they're wicked. Usually the Big Barrier is that they're totally disorganized. They flounder around, getting nowhere, and the years go by, and they panic. This book, even when the reader doesn't always agree with the religious doctrine presented, will go a long way toward fixing that. It will put a floor under the flounderer.
By Ozarque talking about a book she wasn't going to recommend, but does, I think, in part, because of this: "three choices from the Bible -- life is a test; life is a trust; life is a temporary assignment -- and to discuss each one."
She also provides a link to a counterpoint. Guess I'll read the book, after I think about the metaphor.
But what do you think: is life a test; is life a trust; is life a temporary assignment? I'd love to hear, to read, to touch what you think life is. Comments are open.