Episode 97: "Windsocks and Boxes" author Sharon J. Murray.
Posted by Eric Renderking Fisk | December 8th, 2018
Recorded live from Toadstool Bookstore in Keene New Hampshire - Eric Renderking Fisk’s interview with “Windsocks and Boxes: Help for Living in a World with Other People,” author Sharon J. Murray.
About her book...
Windsocks and Boxes is
A tool box
A repair kit
An answer for the "people problems" that are common to all of us
All too often the people in our lives do things wrong, say things they shouldn't, think in ways we don't like.
Yet we're supposed to love our neighbors as ourselves. How is that possible?
It is possible when we see things in a new light. When we find a peaceful place (or a good box) for the offending word or action. When we learn how to use our imaginary windsock. When we put to use the multiple practical, biblical strategies and tips outlined in these pages.
If your friend doesn't see things the way you do, if a neighbor criticizes you, if a co-worker bugs you, if the boss doesn't do it right, this book will help! It will show you that you can be free from anger and hurt feelings and rotten attitudes. It has real answers for real problems.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Sharon and her husband, Timothy, have lived for more than forty years on the campus of a small Bible college in southern New Hampshire. She has mentored young women, overseen training in the kitchen, taught classes, and folded sheets. There, surrounded by the beauties of nature and the problems of human nature, she has found some valuable tools for dealing with personality differences.
For more information, please visit www.windsocksandboxes.com.