The Journal of John Woolman offers an introspective look into the life of a Quaker itinerant preacher, mystic, abolitionist, and lover of humankind.
In addition to providing a taste of the rich inner dialogue and vast moral, spiritual, and physical journeys of Woolman, the journal has the distinction of being the oldest book in North America that has been continuously in print since its first publication in 1774, second only to the Bible.
Written as a memoir to his son William, who at the time was the governor of New Jersey, Benjamin Franklin’s autobiography offers several valuable insights into the life of one of the most remarkable men of the 18th century.
I recently purchased a set of books too numerous for my own good.
71 volumes, to be exact. “It must have cost you a fortune!” you retort, incredulously. Thankfully–and thanks indeed be to Jeff Bezos, my supreme overlord–it only cost me $2 bucks to get the Kindle version.
I recently completed Dr. Barbara Oakley’s very useful course, Learning How to Learn.
I gained so many shareworthy insights that are helping me to study and remember things more efficiently and confidently that summarizing them in a post made much sense.