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10 thoughts on “Have a Little Faith: A True Story

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    In the beginning, there was a question In the end, the question gets answered Mitch AlbomI just finished reading Have a Little Faith by Mitch Albom I m not sure why I picked up this novel to read Perhaps I was bored and needed something to do, perhaps I was looking for something to feel a void or perhaps, just perhaps, I needed a little bit of faith.Have a Little Faith is an amazing story about a Rabbi, a Christian Minister, and a man with very little faith This book will take you through an incredible journey with a beautiful message in the end I felt inspired after reading this book Sometimes in life I forget to look up and thank the man upstairs I forget to thank him for another day, another blessing, another lesson learned.I highly recommend this book to anyone from any religion Funny, I m a Black American woman is engaged to a Jewish man I often wondered how our two different religions could mix This book taught me a little something regardless of religion, faith is employed similarly No matter our beliefs and religion, our faith is tied to the same God This book will help you to find comfort in believing in something bigger than yourself.Keep the Faith my friends, and go purchase this book


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    The thing about Mitch is that he is ever so much too syrupy, almost but not quite dripping from the page Not overly melodramatic, or too nostalgic or sentimental, not even really distasteful, I like his writing, but just a little too much Like a glass of sweet tea that is just too full of sugar, needs a good squirt of lemon to knock it down a bit Having said that, I like Albom and his writing I like that he s a baseball fan He s worldly, observant and funny he s a sportswriter after all, like James Wood without the edge I liked this better than The Five People You Meet in Heaven This was real, approachable and thoughtful I thought of Randy Pausch s The Last Lecture and several people I know from my little bit of mission work It s a good book.


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    I assumed this would be a typical Mitch Albom book, sentimental with profound life advice I feel like it s un American not to read these short best selling books about finding what ever it is he is selling I was correct But I had forgotten how his simple story telling can get to your soul the real reason these books are so successful This one doesn t disappoint To me it was much less about the two men he learns from and about his insight into himself Maybe it s because we are so close in age with similar family upbringings that this hits me in the gut or because for me it s an interesting look into the mind of a man hitting mid life and the things he is still learning Something a woman rarely sees from the inside out Either way, for the few hours it will take you to get through it, I recommend it for all.


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    I didn t love it as much as I did the other books by Mitch Albom but this one is still worth reading.


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    Several years after Mitch Albom spent his Tuesdays with the famous Morrie, he began spending time with Albert Lewis Albert was his childhood rabbi, and sometime after Albom stopped going to temple, Albert surprised him with a request that Albert s eulogy be delivered by Albom Albom didn t feel qualified but obligingly accepted the challenge, provided they became better acquainted The eight years they spent visiting and talking, along with each of their separate histories, are recounted Their time together seemed both precious and profound Albom asked the wise old rabbi about his life, his marriage and family, and of course his faith The questions about other religions, their diversities and similarities, and the rabbi s answers brought me some understanding about those things myself While a short read, it is still pretty deep if you re in the mood to get philosophical or reflective There was a side story about a ghetto pastor in Detroit too, which was also thought provoking.The eulogy at the end was a bit anticlimactic I had planned on needing some Kleenex for it, but because I did not, 1 2 point deducted 3.5 stars.


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    One word Amazing I m really glad I chose to get the book It was a very insightful and thought provoking read for me Many parts of the book moved me to tears, and I loved the sermons I could relate them with everyday life I don t believe in any religion, so I started reading with a little trepidation, afraid it would start talking about converting etc But boy was I wrong This book is about faith, not just any specific religion. but believing in something bigger than yourself It ll make you rethink about your acts in the future, decisions. and what life is really all about.


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    Books can be dangerous The best ones should be labeled This could change your life Helen ExleyQuote yang sudah pernah saya dengar sebelumnya, kemarin baca lagi dari status updatenya mbak Lita dan quote di atas sangat melukiskan perasaan saya semalam ketika begadang menyelesaikan buku Mitch Albom terbaru Have a Little Faith Penulis bahkan menyatakan It is the most important thing I ve ever written, Di bukunya kali ini Mitch Albom mengajak kita untuk menyelami iman, cinta, toleransi antar umat beragama dengan kalimatnya yang sederhana namun penuh dengan makna Saya sendiri beberapa kali membaca ulang beberapa paragraf karena begitu indahnya makna yang disampaikan.Have a Little Faith adalah buku non fiksi yang ditulis dalam kurun waktu 8 tahun, berkisah tentang perjalanan hidup 3 pria seorang rabi tua, pendeta kulit hitam dengan masa lalu yang kelam serta Mitch Albom sendiri Mirip dengan Tuesdays with Morrie, buku diawali dengan permintaan Rabi Mitch Albom sedari ia kecil dulu, Maukah kau menyampaikan eulogi terakhir untukku bila aku mati Mitch Albom tentu saja kaget dan tak paham dengan pertanyaan sang Rabi dan balik bertanya mengapa ia yang dipilih Karena menurutku kaulah orang yang tepat Dan kupikir bila tiba waktunya, kau tahu apa yang akan disampaikan Paragraf terakhir dari prolog di halaman awal buku Ini kisah tentang keyakinan terhadap sesuatu dan dua orang yang sangat berbeda mengajariku tentang cara beriman Dibutuhkan waktu yang panjang untuk menuliskannya Penulisannya membuatku mendatangi gereja dan sinagoga, daerah pinggiran dan kota, dan membawaku ke konsep kita versus mereka yang memecah belah keyakinan di seluruh dunia.Dan akhirnya kisah ini membawaku ke rumah, ke persemayaman yang dipenuhi orang, ke peti mati dari kayu pinus, ke lubang yang masih kosong Awalnya adalah sebuah pertanyaan yang kemudian menjadi permintaan terakhir Maukah kau menyampaikan eulogi untukku Dan sebagaimana dengan keyakinan lainnya, aku merasa sedang dimintai pertolongan, padahal akulah yang sedang ditolong.Selesai membaca buku ini, saya juga merasa telah ditolong Mitch Albom akhirnya menyanggupi permintaan Rabi untuk menyampaikan eulogi ketika Rabi meninggal nanti, namun untuk sebuah eulogi, Mitch Albom harus mengenal Rabi lebih jauh, bukan hanya sebatas orang pilihan Tuhan yang berkotbah setiap Minggu, melainkan ia harus mengenal Rabi sebagai manusia biasa Dan dari sinilah kisah mulai bergulir, secara berkala Mitch mengunjungi Rabi untuk sekedar bertanya dan bercerita.Suatu kali, saat Rabi di rumah sakit ada lengkingan bayi Nah, anak itu mengingatkanku akan sesuatu yang diajarkan tokoh besar kita Ketika bayi lahir ke dunia, tangannya mengepal bukan , ujar Rabi sambil mengepalkan tangannya. Lalu ketika seseorang yang tua meninggal, bagaimana ia mati Dengan tangan terbuka Mengapa Karena ia telah mendapatkan pelajaran itu Kemudian ia merentangkan jemarinya lebar lebar Kita tidak dapat membawa apapun ah indahnya, bahkan di saat saya mengetik ulang paragraf di atas dada saya terasa sesak Satu lagi paragraf favorit saya di halaman 109 Jadi, sudahkah kita menyimpulkan rahasia kebahagiaan Menurutku begitu Apakah anda akan memberitahu saya Ya Siap Siap Merasa cukup Itu saja Penuh rasa syukur Itu saja Atas apa yang kita miliki Atas cinta yang kita terima Dan, atas segala yang Tuhan berikan kepada kita Hanya itu Ia menatap mata Mitch Albom, menghela nafas panjang Hanya itu Huft Masih banyak paragraf dan kalimat yang ingin saya bagikan di sini, tapi sepertinya review ini sudah terlalu panjang So, read it people A Must Read Book Apapun agama anda, buku ini tidak bercerita mengenai agama, melainkan iman dan kecintaan kita terhadap sesama Buku ini ditutup dengan eulogi Mitch Albom di saat penguburan Rabi, sukses membuat saya mrebes mili.5 bintang dari saya, sepuluh kalau bisa Cover Cover terbitan Gramedia sama dengan cover buku aslinya Konsep covernya diilhami oleh kumpulan kliping Rabi yang diikat dengan karet gelang Nice


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