10 books on resilience: every thing is useful
I would like that in this period it was common to use the word “resilience”, by emphasizing the accent of the hope adaptation. The concerns, the fears, the changes of routine... may scare you and may not be a general call to strive to be able to convince the little ones that the situation in which there is an opportunity to exploit. You face a trauma, an event overwhelming together (big and small) and in a positive way only if you accept the evidence that the time and place best where you can live is the present. This morning, the archbishop of Milan, spoke of the resurrection of Lazarus, and gave to all believers the cry of Jesus to his friend: "Lazarus, come out!", like to say that this air of death, we can be pulled out towards life and the beautiful.
More than ever it is crucial to understand that you can spend the day, trusting only that this time to pass quickly, every day should be a chance to take a step that otherwise there would have been, so at the end of this period we could look each other in the face (and embrace us) and see that we have changed all for the better and the happier we are.
Here are 10 books that I hope will remind you of all the things that happen are useful and each occurrence may be the challenge to be even more happy.
1) Remy Charlip, Fortunately, orecchio acerbo
2) William Steig, The island is disgusting, Rizzoli
3) Eric Battut, The hat the little Mouse, Bohem
4) Beatrice Alemagna, The wonderful Flab of Fur, Topipittori
5) Mafra Gagliardi – Štepán Zavrel, The thief of colours, Bohem
6) Marianne Dubuc, The garden of Gippo, Daisy
7) Lena and Olof Landström, Pom, and Pim, Beisler
8) Silvia Vecchini and Daniela Iride Murgia, A leaf, edizionicorsare
9) Benjamin Chaud, The new nest of the small Marsù, Bohem
10) Beatrice Alemagna, short History of a drop, Donzelli
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