"What happens when you fully commit yourself to love? Endless good, insists Scott Stabile, who found that out by overcoming plenty of bad.
His parents were murdered when he was fourteen. Nine years later, his brother died of a heroin overdose."
Though this book delves into some very seriously real material, Big Love genuinely made me laugh out loud many, many times.
This book faces harsh truths and raw reality with courage, an open heart, and occasionally even humor (that would catch me off guard and inspire me to smile and relate.)
This book is real AND uplifting: boldly facing the truth and admitting genuine emotions and thought patterns.
Scott Stabile is one of the most honest modern authors I have read and I am floored by his resiliency and reaction to his life experiences.
This is truly one of the greatest books I've read about developing a resilient spirit despite all tragedies, grief, and sadness we may face in life.
This book is not only relatable and uplifting, but so down-to-earth and stirring. I feel it accurately depicts what the healing process (and the path of spiritual awakening amidst mundane daily life) really looks like.
I loved this book and would recommend it to anyone who has experienced pain and suffering in their lifetime.
I think we all benefit from learning about the perspectives and experiences of others, and this book hit home to me as a huge success from a very large-hearted and bravely vulnerable author.