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I am one of the dreadful atheists Sarah writes about in her book. I used to be deeply religious, my heart committed to Jesus, until...
Until that horrible day when an Old Navy cashier said those fateful words: "Happy Holidays".
Instantly, all my Christian faith vanished, never to return. How could it? How can you possibly sustain a relationship with Jesus if minimum wage seasonal retail employees don't say CHRISTMAS when you are buying your half price performance fleece?
I don't know how to get my faith back. I've tried everything. Saying the Pledge of Allegiance, staring at a plaque of the Ten Commandments mounted in the lobby of a local courthouse, refusing to fill birth control prescriptions at the pharmacy, not shopping at Hobby Lobby or eating at Chik Fil-A on Sundays...but nothing works.
My children are similarly suffering. They attend public schools and their atheist classmates are always pressuring them to attend Not Prayer At the Pole, or to join the Fellowship of Atheist Athletes or the Evolution of the Species Study Group that meets on campus. Before every sporting event, school assembly, or musical performance, they have to sit through a recitation of Fun Science Facts. It's so uncomfortable. For their Christmas concert this year, my son's school choir sang all these songs about praising "him" and celebrating "his" birth. I don't know who "he" is, but I wish they'd sung about Jesus.
Anyway, Sarah's book gives me hope. It seems that if I spend enough money and buy enough stuff, I might feel Jesus in my heart again. As everyone knows, Jesus loved nothing more than to spend the day shopping at the temple, and visiting the money-changers to show off his bargains!
I should warn shoppers - it was very difficult to find this book, as most retail outlets refuse to stock anything that refers to Christmas at this time of year. I finally found a copy tucked in a corner of Barnes & Noble at the mall, but only after walking past what seemed like miles and miles of atheist decorations. If you have small children, be advised that practically every mall has a "Dawkins Court" where a man dressed up as the godless biologist will invite kids to sit on his lap and tell him their favorite example of natural selection.
Essential for any medical trip overseas. I have used it multiple times on my trips and often leave copies with health care providers in the country.
This book has definitely given me insight on how the job market works. As a college graduate, it is definitely important to have a good overview of what to expect during the job-hunting process. Bolles' book has provided me with tools that will be useful in when searching for my career. Most importantly, it also puts me in the right mindset- not finding a job for the sake of finding a job but to dare go for what I am passionate about and believe that things will fall into place after that.
A highly recommended book for job-hunters!
Recommended for readers who enjoy biographies, and firsthand accounts about entrepreneurship, business, and leadership. This is a compelling and inspiring story that has great sensibility. She strikes a good balance in writing about China, her family journey, and tech career, and candidly deals with challenges faced throughout her life. As a tech enthusiast, I also found it incredible that her software program team at that IL national computing center hired then-student Marc Andreessen and built the Netscape core. Enjoy.