Reaching for Insights Stories of Love, Faith and the Kitchen Sink

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Jan, 2017

346 pages

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Reaching for Insights: Stories of Love, Faith, and the Kitchen Sink is a thoughtful collection of meaningful vignettes for people in search of inspiration and a new way of navigating life's daily challenges. The collection is brimming with more than 200 brief essays from author and licensed clinical social worker Mitch Rosenzweig's personal and professional observations and experiences. There is something relatable for every reader within this motivational treasure, written with light-hearted candor and a direct, dry sense of humor. At its core, Reaching for Insights seeks to access that well-defended sense of self. The writings focus on ordinary situations that many can relate to - the angst of family gatherings, getting lost from an errant GPS, or perhaps an incessantly barking dog - and then, through a twist, a play on words, an analogy or a metaphor, drawing a meaningful alternate conclusion. Collectively, Rosenzweig's musings remind us that we are not alone and encourage us to view even the most mundane parts of life in a new light. Reaching for Insights helps readers reframe their perceptions of what is truly important in life and what it takes to be happy and healthy, and awakens a sense of responsibility for the welfare of others.

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Title: Reaching for Insights Stories of Love, Faith and the Kitchen Sink
Language: English
Length: 346
Publication Date: 2017-01-14
ISBN-10: 1478724897
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