The Book of Lenity

The Book of Lenity Lenity is an anchor for me during interactions with others It is a reminder that whilst I must have empathy be considerate of my actions I must just as importantly insist on the same in return I must

  • Title: The Book of Lenity
  • Author: Ian-Anthony Finnimore
  • ISBN: 9781533683311
  • Page: 480
  • Format: Paperback
  • Lenity is an anchor for me during interactions with others.It is a reminder that whilst I must have empathy be considerate of my actions, I must just as importantly insist on the same in return.I must maintain my own dignity as I define it not let others dictate who I choose to be.I am fallible will make mistakes but I am also humble wish to learn aLenity is an anchor for me during interactions with others.It is a reminder that whilst I must have empathy be considerate of my actions, I must just as importantly insist on the same in return.I must maintain my own dignity as I define it not let others dictate who I choose to be.I am fallible will make mistakes but I am also humble wish to learn and grow.That is the concept of Lenity.It is how I choose to carry myself in life is my gift to distribute to those who wish to receive it.May it inspire those who s burdens are heavy

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    1. Lenity by definition is gentle or kindness - to be lenient. I don't believe that any material should specifically dictate your life for you. We face choices everyday & can make decisions that may not always be correct - for varying reasons.If intentions are selfish or ego driven then we are probably somewhat deserving of negative consequence, however those around us are also likely to suffer from the excess fallout. The book is to the point & attempts to engage those who are still search [...]

    2. As insist on a minimum spend for "reviews" I came to Good reads.Browsing the free books I find a book with a striking cover - the book of Lenity.As a theology & schools of divinity obsessive I was somewhat confused that I had never heard of Lenity. It is hard to pin down what precisely is a success about what the author tries to convey yet I absolutely endorse the message.Not quite Zen or Buddhism but possibly Stoicism.I now follow the blog in support, the only way is up.

    3. As a devout christian I am usually sceptical of "new age"ideas - this book is probably more humanist tbh.I liked it & it doesn't interfere with my own faith in God either - it's not either or.As the tag suggests everyone could use a little more kindness in life & I believe our father in heaven would rather Lenity be followed than say being an atheist.

    4. This book echoes my belief that there is no fate except that which we make for ourselves.Spirituality without the need for belief in the fantastic - no false promises just straight talking wisdom.

    5. I love the direct nature of this author. Not rude or presumptuous he really point out the quirks that even the most dedicated to faith (including myself) miss.Love it!

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