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Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Format: Hardcover Verified Purchase. I found this book to be ivery inspiring.
It is particularly helpful for readers who are struggling to make sense of the changes in worldview and spirituality which come with life experience and aging. It is well written and very readable. Format: Paperback Verified Purchase. I have the privilege of listening to Fr. Rohr speak in our college some 23 years ago.
https://mitmibonlo.cf He spoke on a topic that I thought was challenging, complicated and sensitive. To my amazement, he delivered his talk with ease and so much careful wisdom. Fast forward 23 years, I have lived and worked in many countries that contributed to my person. I know I am entering the 2nd half of my life and I could not be evermore grateful for stumbling upon his writings once more. I believe the things he has said in this book.
They are the very same thoughts I have in my mature years but in a loss to express them into words. I am so thankful we has written them well in Falling Upward. This is universal truth and reality. One person found this helpful. As a man in his 70's, I read this book at the recommendation of a man in his late 30's. It provides an interesting perspective on life and I found it an excellent read.
My initial purchase was in e-book format and I then decided to get it in hard copy. My only criticism is the occasional reference to other writings that the author assumes the readers familiarity with. I recommend this book to those interested in gaining a different perspective on finishing life well.
Oh, and I say seriously way too much. Use techniques to minimise rope drag, displacement of artificial protection and injury in the event of a fall. Trivia About Falling Upward F Keator Sr. Was good to finish the story but mehhhh. Review Franciscan priest Rohr The Naked Now is a big-picture kind of thinker when it comes to characterizing the human journey.
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. In my humble opinion, this work by Richard Rohr, another roar by Rohr, is a clear endorsement of the work we need to do as human beings in our second halves of our lives. If we are to achieve the level of 'homo sapiens' and seek to become wise men and yes wise women , we need to explore more.
In Falling Upward, Rohr offers us his opinions of important steps to wisdom.
In our first halves, leaving the comforts of home and learning from our falls and failings. Accepting failure, like Thomas Edison said "I have not failed. I've just found 10, ways that won't work. Honest in my own skin. An explorer in the second half of my life. In search of the great mystery. According to Rohr, "Life is far too short, and there are plenty of mistakes we do not need to make - and some we do need to make.
A parent is seen working with a young child. As the child grows older he slowly gets better at falling. The parent keeps picking him up after his numerous falls, encouraging him to try again, wiping his tears in his continual failings. Then finally, she watches her now older child as a twenty-something in the Winter Olympics. Like this parent we need to become better at mirroring the right behaviours. There are way too many young people who commit suicide.