Tranquility: Cultivating a Quiet Soul in a Busy World by David Henderson does a good job of taking the reader beyond time management or how to have a “quiet time” on a daily basis. The author calls the reader to move out of simply viewing time from a human perspective and to move into viewing time from God’s eternal perspective. Based upon a new transcendent point of view, the author brings the reader into how to cultivate tranquility within our busy lives.
The author does a good job of telling stories of his own failures and successes which helps prevent the false idea that he has it all figured out. The book being liberally sprinkled with illustrations also helps the reader connect with the points being made.
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