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In the end Archbishop Tutu is a spiritual leader and symbol of love and forgiveness on the level of Gandi Mother Teresa Dr Martin Luther King Jr and Nelson Mandela and Made for Goodness written with his daughter Mpho is one of the most personal and inspirational books he's ever writtenComi. I really enjoyed this book It felt like a breath of fresh air so optimistic and hopeful I would like Glenn Beck and the Fox News crews to read it seriously Desmond Tutu and daughter Mpho both priests share stories of all the goodness in the world they have seen while much of their lives was spent watching and living the horrors of apartheid in South Africa There are a lot of little gems in this book good stories about loving others forgiveness accepting ourselves seeing ourselves and others as god sees us etc Einsteins Generation us etc

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In Made for Goodness Archbishop Desmond Tutu Nobel Peace Prize winner and international icon of peace and reconciliation shares his vision on why we can find hope and joy in the world’s darkest moments by realizing that we were made for goodness that we are wired so that goodness will win. Richard Branson This wonderful new book is a great gift to the world Bono Our boss and his daughter remind us Thich Nhat Hanh Thank you Archbishop Tutu for helping u come back home to our true natureMary Robinson Desmond Tutu has walked the talk all his lifeFour bits of inane rubbish on the flyleaf of my copy of this book they are clich ridden and say nothing of any significance This unfortunately is how this book comes across too I have nothing but admiration for Archbishop Tutu as a man of courage insight and nobility but as an inspiring spiritual writer I am afraid he comes way down the lineHe and his daughter co write this bookwell no they don t Tutu writes and every now and again he throws in an example of some inane bit of wet theology from his daughter Why I have no idea Her contributions are miniscule and add nothing to the whole which is not that good to start with Sorry but this was extraordinarily unimpressive Really sad because who doesn t want to love everything Tutu says and does but it would not be honest for me to say anything other than bland bland bland Part of the big problem of the book is Tutu is simply churning out paragraphs of clich ridden waffle which I as a believing and praying Christian can fully accept and see because I have an experience that backs it up but so much of his preaching bears no reality to the majority of people s lives makes no attempt to make inroads of discussion or explanation to those who do not share his experience Now to be fair that might not be his intention anyway but the gushing claptrap of the flyleaf contributors presents this book as the one to transform the worldwell it won teg Goodness is not the coin from which we anxiously pay for God s love Our goodness is rather the recognition we offer and the thanks we return for the gifts and the love already given us Rather than a reuest for something yet to come it is a response to the abundance of gifts that have already been given and received This I can accept and rejoice in but that is because I have an experience no matter how imperfect of a loving God Tutu makes no effort to reach out to anyone other than believers He talks religious speak and waffles prettily about beauty and goodness but in an artificial and pointless wayAt another time he visits prisoners and tells them God has no one beautiful than you This is pious claptrap Murders child abusers rapistsall of these may well have the capacity for beauty and they are certainly loved by God but they are not beautiful now The unconditional love of God is unconditional in other words whether I am beautiful or not He loves me To sweep away people s cruelty and wickedness and cloak them in the pious rubbish of all of you are beautiful is to betray the challenge of our call to live lives of goodness and kindnessThere is one thing I would praise to the skies in this book and that is the lovely end to each chapter Tutu writes a beautiful prayerful reflection as if God is speaking to us They are powerful and poetic and redeem the book if not totally then certainly they go a small way to doing so Grass, Sky, Song us Thich Nhat Hanh Thank you Archbishop Tutu for helping Otter Chaos! (Otter Chaos u come back home to our true natureMary Robinson Desmond Tutu has walked the talk all his lifeFour bits of inane rubbish on the flyleaf of my copy of this book they are clich ridden and say nothing of any significance This The Illusionists unfortunately is how this book comes across too I have nothing but admiration for Archbishop Tutu as a man of courage insight and nobility but as an inspiring spiritual writer I am afraid he comes way down the lineHe and his daughter co write this bookwell no they don t Tutu writes and every now and again he throws in an example of some inane bit of wet theology from his daughter Why I have no idea Her contributions are miniscule and add nothing to the whole which is not that good to start with Sorry but this was extraordinarily O Último Testamento (Maggie Costello, unimpressive Really sad because who doesn t want to love everything Tutu says and does but it would not be honest for me to say anything other than bland bland bland Part of the big problem of the book is Tutu is simply churning out paragraphs of clich ridden waffle which I as a believing and praying Christian can fully accept and see because I have an experience that backs it One for My Baby up but so much of his preaching bears no reality to the majority of people s lives makes no attempt to make inroads of discussion or explanation to those who do not share his experience Now to be fair that might not be his intention anyway but the gushing claptrap of the flyleaf contributors presents this book as the one to transform the worldwell it won teg Goodness is not the coin from which we anxiously pay for God s love Our goodness is rather the recognition we offer and the thanks we return for the gifts and the love already given Paragon Walk (Charlotte & Thomas Pitt, us Rather than a reuest for something yet to come it is a response to the abundance of gifts that have already been given and received This I can accept and rejoice in but that is because I have an experience no matter how imperfect of a loving God Tutu makes no effort to reach out to anyone other than believers He talks religious speak and waffles prettily about beauty and goodness but in an artificial and pointless wayAt another time he visits prisoners and tells them God has no one beautiful than you This is pious claptrap Murders child abusers rapistsall of these may well have the capacity for beauty and they are certainly loved by God but they are not beautiful now The We unconditional love of God is The Moon Platoon (Space Runners, unconditional in other words whether I am beautiful or not He loves me To sweep away people s cruelty and wickedness and cloak them in the pious rubbish of all of you are beautiful is to betray the challenge of our call to live lives of goodness and kindnessThere is one thing I would praise to the skies in this book and that is the lovely end to each chapter Tutu writes a beautiful prayerful reflection as if God is speaking to The Echo (The Anomaly Quartet, us They are powerful and poetic and redeem the book if not totally then certainly they go a small way to doing so

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Ng Soon Archbishop Desmond Tutu's The Children of God Storybook Bible a daily devotional and heirloom uality keepsake This beautiful gift Bible will resonate with parents grandparents and educators eager to present the message of God’s love forgiveness and reconciliation to young children. Interesting read and optimistic view of people refreshing as opposed to the often religious view of man s depravity Amazing to be the view of one who has so much cruelty Electromyography for Experimentalists uality keepsake This beautiful gift Bible will resonate with parents grandparents and educators eager to present the message of God’s love forgiveness and reconciliation to young children. Interesting read and optimistic view of people refreshing as opposed to the often religious view of man s depravity Amazing to be the view of one who has so much cruelty


10 thoughts on “Made for Goodness

  1. says:

    Richard Branson 'This wonderful new book is a great gift to the world'Bono 'Our boss and his daughter remind us'Thich Nhat Hanh 'Thank you Archbishop Tutu for helping u come back home to our true natureMary Robinson 'Desmond Tutu has walked the talk all his lifeFour bits of inane rubbish on the flyleaf of my copy of this book; they are cliché ridden and say nothing of any significance This unfortunately is how this book comes acr

  2. says:

    Never has a book besides the bible made me want to break out every uote every passage every sentence to put on a note to remember just why we are here on this earth I'm only on chapter 3 and already I can tell just what an amazing book and authors this is I want to savor every suculent sacred word written Soak it in like holy water I'm slowing down my reading of this as I would poetry so I can enjoy and relis

  3. says:

    God holds out an invitation to us an invitation to turn away from the anxious striving that has turned stress into a status symbol Love this book and it came at just the right time for me Desmond Tutu and his daughter Mpho

  4. says:

    If you are tired of all the negativity of today the Bible thumping preachers haranguing about the evils of men and feeling hopeless this is the book for you I guarantee you will think a lot about your beliefs how you might react to the negativity of others and what exactly you should do to make the world a better place It

  5. says:

    Who knows about goodness than Desmond Tutu? We are all made for goodness yet how many of us are taught how to practice it

  6. says:

    I really enjoyed this book It felt like a breath of fresh air so optimistic and hopeful I would like Glenn Beck a

  7. says:

    Everyone should take a peek in this one Tutu is a radicalist an extremist a contrarian but in the best ways possible This book is hard to swallow and hard to deny For once a contrarian who isn't trying to convince you how b

  8. says:

    This small book has many excellent points and reminders And if you feel God has abandoned you the writings from God's veiwpoint will touch your heart Perhaps the most interesting chapter for me was Where Is God When We Suffer? I had never considered that if God took an active role in our lives everytime we asked for something the result would be chaos Plus as the book explains we all think God should be on our side personally Ho

  9. says:

    Interesting read and optimistic view of people refreshing as opposed to the often religious view of man's depravity Amazing to be the view of one who has so much cruelty

  10. says:

    This is a sweet book that reminds of us our divinity and purpose and goodness We were created by God in His image and we are “very good” We don’t have to prove our goodness we just need to remember who we are God loves us He waits for us He searches after us But we are free to choose I particularly appreciated the words about the importance of prayer and relying on God – seeking His will With so much e

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