Tuesday, January 4, 2011

Life Without Limits - Book Review


There are some books where I am humbled, inspired and Nick Vujicic's book, Life Without Limits was one of them.

Nick has lived a life without limbs in a way that not only glorifies God but in no way at all, brings pity on his situation.

The more I read, the more aware I was of how often I've spent wallowing in self-pity while not recognizing others and their situations around me.

Nick's thirst for encouraging, support and reaching out with his heart is unending. In his book, he describes the journey his life has taken to get him where he is today.

With humor and candidness, he shares moments where his life was changed by the unexpected, blessed with courage and strengthened by care and love from strangers turned friends.

Not only is he a pivotal speaker with a gift to minister to teens but continues to offer wisdom throughout his book and his website.

I received no monetary compensation for this review. I'm just a girl who loves to read and is willing to pass along some good reads for you.

11 comments:

Ⓙ @ $ € € ₦$ ₣®0₥... said...

I always appreciate when someone else's story puts things in perspective for me. This looks like a must read.

Mari said...

I've seen videos of him and am so inspired! I would love to read the book - thanks for the review!

Nezzy said...

This is one amazin' read of this remarkable man. What a glorious inspiration his life is.

Thanks for spotlighting this book, it is sure worth the read.

God bless ya sweetie and have a fabulous day!!! :o)

Formerly known as Frau said...

He is so inspirational! I love his videos!

Jill said...

I am always looking for a great read, thanks for sharing this. Looks very inspiring.
Have a great day!
Blessings,
Jill

Anita said...

He is definitely someone who we all can learn something from. Glad you're enjoying the book.

Andrea said...

Great review!
Blessings,
andrea

Fragrant Liar said...

I've heard before about this guy. He's amazing and inspirational. Thanks for recognizing his story. Worth the read.

blueviolet said...

I haven't heard of this one, but it sounds like a terrific book for the new year!

Learn, Laugh, Cook said...

That sounds great - thanks for the review. I've got some uplifting books that I'm about to start. Maybe I'll add this one after I'm done with my current reads.

Mandy

MissKris said...

He came thru Portland not long ago and Dear Hubby and I saw an interview on the news with him. We now have a new catch phrase whenever either one of us is down: "Well, at least we have arms and legs!" Especially after seeing what a beautiful spirit this man has, even with all the struggles and obstacles he must meet in his life every day. Thank you for posting this review!!! I didn't catch his name when he was being interviewed...it's great to know he has a book out and as soon as I'm settled in Michigan I'll be looking for a copy!

 

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