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Saturday, July 29, 2006
One Book Meme

I have been tagged with the One Book Meme by Irish-Catholic.

1. One book that changed your life:
The Lessons of St. Francis. It has helped me look at the world differently. Because of this book, I have not eaten lamb meat in over a year. Why? Because if Christ identified himself with a little lamb, I feel that lambs should not be harmed.

2. One book that you’ve read more than once:
The Gift of Peace by Cardinal Bernardin

3. One book you’d want on a desert island:
The Bible

4. One book that made you laugh:
Can't think of the name of one now

5. One book that made you cry:
The Dolorous Passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ by Blessed Anne Catherine Emmerich

6. One book that you wish had been written:
A Lesson Before Dying by Ernest J. Gaines

7. One book that you wish had never been written:
The Da Vinci Code

8. One book you’re currently reading:
The Reader by Bernhard Schlink [required class reading unfortunately]

9. One book you’ve been meaning to read:
The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini

I tag everyone that is listed in my sidebar that wants to participate.


del_button July 29, 2006 at 4:51 PM
T.O. said...

Thanks for playing Moneybags; definitely we agree on the DaVinci Code! :)

del_button July 30, 2006 at 9:38 AM
Danny Garland Jr. said...

good list!

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