Liturgy of the Ordinary Sacred Practices in Everyday Life by Tish Harrison Warren is a book that you can buy online or in stores. Published by InterVarsity Press, it's a book of great religious reflections starting from about our ordinary day.
It's impressive for profundity of feelings, thoughts, perception of religion, daily life, each chapter start innocently from a common action. And example? "Sleeping" and the author from this innocent word starts a digression about the meaning of sleeping time, the importance of it, the lack of sleeping time and why we lack sleeping time, how we can better our quality sleeping-time, sleeping seen as a sort od "death door".
What it is more beautiful of this book are the elevation of thoughts.
It's not just a self-help book but this book wants to be a moment for re-thinking our daily life.
The book is written in fact by a campus minister, an Anglican priest, friend, wife, and mother and you feel all her theological erudition when you read each word of each page.
At the end of the book, a special chapter called: "Discussion, questions and practices" suggestions and reflections for the readers.
Many thanks to NetGalley and InterVarsity Press for this ebook.
Anna Maria Polidori