Sensitive But To The Point
Fierce Beauty - Choosing to Stand for What Matters Most by Kim Meeder is about a topic that even secular organizations and books are speaking about, the lie that HOW we look is far, far more important that WHO we are as person. It’s a timely subject with mainstream media bombarding us with commercials for every thin, scantily clad woman it can muster up to be put on screen. Kim normally ministers to hurting children but has stepped out of that for just a short time to witness to the woman those hurt children often become. She seems to really get the fears that so many of us have, or at least the insecurities. It’s as if she’s listened to every conversation women have…or maybe she’s had those same conversations herself…and tries to help you walk through the issue to the Creator. One thing I appreciate about this book is that it’s not from the stance of a woman that grew up in a gorgeous home with two perfectly doting parents that had the exact amount of properly placed discipline all while growing up to marry the richest man with no issues. Her parents died when she was a very young girl. She comes from the pain so many of us know, even if it’s not the loss of your parents. This is a warm, touching, and to the heart book. It starts with the dramatic and uses that flair to really bring it's point home. It's gentle when it needs to be and "this is how it is" when it needs to be.
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