Friday, September 28, 2012
WIsdom Meets Passion
The part that drew me in was the phrase ‘. . . collaborate.’ What does it mean for two generations, who have very different views of the world to work together in order to make a difference in the world? I was hoping to get a clearer idea from this reading.
I enjoyed and appreciated the stories, the dramatic out of the box faith of Jared, his willingness to risk everything for what he believed God was calling him and his family to do. His father, Dan’s, willingness to let his son go. You see, Jared didn’t want the entrapments of our world, ‘houses, cars, material possessions, etc.’ so he and his wife adopted a son and moved to Africa, which is his passion.
I like what the back cover says – Yesterday the world ran on formulas -- on all things black and white with tried-and-true wisdom. Today things run on dreams and are covered in gray and fueled by passion. But as it turns out, formulas don't work well without feeling, and dreams don't come true without dedication. Enter Wisdom Meets Passion, offering proof that when generations – and their beliefs – come together, something incredible can happen.
I believe that to be very true. Too often we give up on what we are passionate about and grab what pays the bills. That’s more of what I got from this book. It’s an interesting read to see the thought process of how father and son reconcile their different approaches to life.
I received this book from Booksneeze.com for the purpose of giving an unbiased review.
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