|ABOUT THE SEMINARS
Blues Ain't Nothing But a Good Soul Feeling Bad
Song of The Bird
Morrie: In His Own Words
Meditations For Women Who Do Too Much
Seeds of Hope: A Henri Nouwen Reader
In looking at relationships, certain writers have a way of more simply and vividly picturing reality, with honesty, openness, and humanness. These are a few writers who have given light and hope.
Featured Author: Jess Lair, Ph.D [and Jacqueline Carey Lair]
His writings explore ideas that arose in his life and teaching experiences:
The 3X5 "magic cards" of his students reflect the soul of life, which he lovingly drew out from their daily thoughts. He was a master at honest communication and at fostering trust through acceptance. You will be amazed how often he is found on quotation-type websites!
I Ain't Much, Baby—But I'm All I've Got
I Ain't Well, But I Sure Am Better
Ain't I A Wonder...And Ain't You A Wonder Too
Hey, God, What Should I Do Now?
I'm Don't Know Where I'm Going, But I Sure Ain't Lost
Jacqueline's letter to Jess Lair in I Don't Know Where I'm Going, But I Sure Ain't Lost
Featured Author: Dr. Kenneth J. Olson
Years ago, he looked at the need for instant gratification and taught patience with the frustrations in life and "the art of hanging loose." He was one of the earlier writers to focus on masculinity. From experiences of real people, he talks about:
The Art Of Hanging Loose In An Uptight World
Can You Wait Till Friday?
I Hurt Too Much For A Band-Aid
Hey, Man, Open Up And Live!
SEMINARS FOR THE SOUL