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A Lifetime of Secrets: A PostSecret Book by Frank Warren
She said it was in her reading class and the whole class was basically lined up to read it next. I only had slot machine tokens, but I tried To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. There are recurrent themes among these cards: I hope the contributors of this book found some healing in the divulging of their secrets.
Sep 29, Mollie rated it it was amazing. I feel a little guilty counting this as a book read, as it was put out with a minimum of effort by the writer; it’s essentially a collation of work that originated with other people.
Auntie-Nanuuq Jan 18, Thanks for telling us about the problem. The first section has secrets about being a kid and some written by kids. Project Gutenberg 0 editions.
I invited each person to anonymously write down a secret on a card and then pass it on. Now I am I just went through a photo album that had pictures of me over the last 20 years. It has a little bit of everything; laugh out loud moments all the way to cry your eyes out moments.
I read this secerts very long time ago, probably around the time it first came out. I’d check out postsecret if you haven’t already. View all 4 comments.
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Warren has also made many generous donations to suicide prevention organizations. It’s part memoir, part art, part sociology, part psychology, part voyeurism: The guilt and shame which people can’t shake is sad, but there were also several that were clearly from old farts who have seen a lot of life and developed the sense of humor to survive so many years.
Aug 25, Shannon Fay rated it really liked it Shelves: Not because they didn’t love each other, because all the cool kids parents were divorced. There is no explanation, you have to read this for yourself Feb 26, Lauren Watts rated it really liked it. I remember going to my sisters room, since she’s a big bookworm, and finding this exact book. This is different to what I usually read. As the final image says, “It all passed so quickly.
To my mother and father. I believed in fidelity and have been faithful to my husband. This book is very cool. I found this while shelving at the library I work at, and I knew I had to take it home. It never failed to touch your heart of the stories written on the postcards.
Nicole “To my mother and father”. Free their souls from the weight and pain. I began my presentation by handing out blank postcards to everyone in the auditorium. I say that fondly. They confirm that our rich interior lives are not defined by how old we are, and that with aging comes not only loss but also the possibility of grace and wisdom.
I feel better when I’m around books. All they needed was to write it down and send it into the world. Stretched over a full lifespan, the secrets expose the meaningful ways we change over time, and the surprising ways we don’t.
A Lifetime of Secrets: A PostSecret Book
I have witnessed many times how the courage of sharing a secret can be contagious. You may be surprised by this, but the appeal of this book is not so much to voyeuri Even if you’ve never sent a postcard or email of your own to Frank Warren in Germantown, Maryland, your secrets probably appear in this or another of the PostSecret books this is the fourth collection in the series.
I have regretted it ever since. I have followed the postsecret website postsecret. Aug 31, Jen rated it it was amazing. At this stage there are people that are sharing e-mails and postcards that talk about how PostSecret has helped them come to terms with things, not Of the 3 follow-ups to the original, this is my favorite.
I have to be honest here; I had never heard of the PostSecret blog before http: Home Groups Talk Zeitgeist.
To view it, click here. Some of them were funny. And boy is Frank Warren smart! It is full of secrets and drawings from real people.
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