Cold Tangerines: Celebrating the Extraordinary Nature of Everyday Life by Shauna NiequistCold Tangerines is a collection of stories that celebrate the extraordinary moments hidden in our everyday lives. It is about God, and about life, and about the thousands of daily ways in which an awareness of God changes and infuses everything. It is about spiritual life, and about all the things that we have called nonspiritual life that might be spiritual after all. It is the snapshots of a young woman making peace with herself and her life, and trying to craft a life that captures the energy and exuberance we long for in the midst of the fear and regret and envy we all carry with us. It is both a voice of challenge and song of comfort, calling us upward to the best possible life, and giving us room to breathe, to rest, to break down and break through. Cold Tangerines offers bright and varied glimpses of hope and redemption, in and among the heartbreak And boredom and broken glass.
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I enjoyed seeing how her life progressed, and her writing style developed. This one is still very worth reading. I love the tone of so many of the essays, and the way they prompt me to be more aware and appreciative of everyday events. I love how she tells her stories, and I love how the essays all make me think and grow. Before I had children and was working a full-time, out-of-the-home job, some of my work involved tasks that could be done while wearing headphones, so I had lots and lots of listening time and used that to listen to a variety of podcasts. One of my favorites was Midday Connection , because invariably I learned something interesting, and I also learned about a lot of intriguing books.