Are you like Sarah?
Do you have a dream that others are trying to squash? What is God asking you to do? Happy discussing and reading! I think the theme of The Memory Jar is to believe in yourself and follow your dreams. With Sarah you see how she has to learn to have self-confidence and learn to trust her own intuition and use her gifts to bless others.
Patty is really the one who encouraged her to bake and embrace her gift. Jathan has a similar struggle because his gift is baking and business management. Yet the Amish society has clearly defined male and female roles with little crossover. I think this story is more self-discovery with a little bit of romance thrown in, than it is a true romance.
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In a roundabout answer to the second set of questions, I feel like these are questions I need to help my children answer and help them to discover their dreams. I absolutely love everything about this book!
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I really enjoy the way the author paints the picture of West Kootenai. The community and faith is just beautiful. I admire Sarah for staying strong and just being herself and not letting anyone stop her from following her dreams.
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I am looking forward to reading the other two books! I fully believe that living out your dreams is a miracle that God gives us, because who can honestly say that without God, dreams come true. You may have a version of it.
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But seriously, all your dreams, that God wants us to live, are answered prayers. I love how Tricia uses her memory Jar to go through her future life.
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