Book Review: Peace is a Practice: An Invitation To Breath Deep And Find A New Rhythm To Life by Morgan Harper Nichols

In this book, Morgan Harper Nichols while sharing her life’s experiences tells us the many ways we can practice peace with all the chaos around us. She stresses that peace or chaos is different for different people therefore we have to learn to practice peace based on what we know works for us.

Reading this book is a confirmation that I am on the right path as I learn each day to practice peace by journaling, learning the things that calm or trigger me, speaking up or keeping silent when necessary, accepting self in the now, prioritizing rest, blocking out the noise and embracing quiet, keeping hope alive, knowing I am enough.

I find this book very essential to my present journey in life and it is something I would always come back to. Peace is possible even now.

I highly recommend to everyone.

Rating: 5 Stars

Published: February 15th 2022 by Zondervan

Pages: 240

Genre: Non Fiction (Self-Helf)

Morgan Harper Nichols is a writer, artist, and musician who makes her work around people and their stories.

Morgan spent the first few years of her adult life as a college admission counselor, and then, as a full-time touring singer-songwriter and musician. It was on the road that she cultivated her curiosity and passion for the written word and art, and slowly began to share her art with others online.

In 2017, Morgan started a project where she invites people to submit their stories to her website. From there, she creates art inspired by what they send her, and then, sends them the art, for free. Nearly everything Morgan creates and shares today is from this project, and she always keeps the names and stories anonymous. The fruit of this project is shared daily around social media, in publications, on murals, and more.

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