What falls from the sky : how I disconnected from the internet and reconnected with the God who made the clouds
Esther Emery gives an honest, piercingly poetic account of a year without Internet - 365 days away from the good, the bad, and the ugly of our digital lives - in one woman's desperate attempt at a reset. Emery faces her addiction to electronica, her illusion of self-importance, and her longing to return to simpler days, but then the unexpected happens. Her experiment in analog is hijacked by a spiritual awakening, and she finds herself suddenly, inexplicably drawn to the faith she had rejected for so long. Emery describes how she had to relearn an appreciation for an Internet-free world in which she needs to work a little harder to find information, think a little deeper on issues without the input of those on social media, and reach out a little further to embrace her Christian faith, which had been on the back burner for many years.
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|Location||Call Number /
|Allens Hill Free Library||270.092 EME (Text)