Passing The Pages and a Good Free Movie

June 10, 2012 in Simple Living Book Club by Lorilee Lippincott

Hope everyone is having a good weekend :)

Two short things today:

A friend/reader wrote me last week and said she had a book that she would like to pass onto someone interested.  I haven’t done a passing the pages post for a while because I haven’t been reading print books (or I have gotten them from the library).

For the full story check out Passing the Pages.  The short version is book sharing or by paying postage to someone else ‘unbuying’ the book (less than $5).  It is minimalist because it offers a creative and positive way to remove the book from our possession and it is green because it recycles the book.

Kendra offered to give Mountains of Spices by Hannah Hurnard.  Here is what Kendra had to say about the book:

Hannah Hurnard wrote this allegory examining our hurtful attitudes and how the anecdote for each is Christ in the fruits of the spirit. It is the sequel to her other allegory, Hinds’ Feet on High Places, where a young woman named Much-Afraid goes on a journey to the high places on the invitation of the Shepherd. I think it would be hard to read the second without reading the first, but if there’s anyone out there who has read the first and wanted to read the sequel, I’d be happy to mail it to you!

If you want this book just be the first one to comment that you want it in the comment section.  Simple :)  I will connect you with Kendra on e-mail to arrange shipping.  Probably because of shipping costs this is just open to US residents.  If you are out of the US and it looks like a good book the electronic copy is pretty cheap.

Have a book you want to pass on to another reader?  Contact me

The second thing I wanted to share with you was a movie:

Thrive With Less

This is a very well done movie/project of 6 college students who experiment with different areas of minimalism.   I was very impressed with the video quality.   They are a bit more extreme than I probably could be, even for a month, but it was good to watch and I enjoyed it.  Just under an hour and it was worth it :)

If you have trouble I unclicked/turned off the HD because my internet was too slow and it was skipping.  

Hitting money tomorrow :)  See ya then.

Photo Credit: My amazing husband.  I posted this photo of his a few months ago but I thought I would share it again.  I really like it.