In life, as in skiing, falling is inevitable. We all have those disagreements with our spouses, we might get stopped for a traffic violation, we experience challenges raising the children, we will make stupid decisions we wish we could recall and we say things that can’t be taken back.
But a fall — one of those moral and spiritual tumbles we all make from time to time — doesn’t constitute a failure unless we let it. Getting back up is a part of every falling experience.
In this thoughtful, helpful book, Timothy Merrill makes the ski slopes his metaphor, using a charming collection of personal anecdotes to illustrate just how uplifting falling can be.
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