I like to write. It’s one of the reasons for this blog, so that I can get that need to write released from my system. Right this very minute I am writing a Management Discussion and Analysis, also know as an MD&A, for the yearly audit at my job. This, I do not like to write. I am going to creatively add my own comments throughout the MD&A to see if anyone really reads it and to add entertainment value to my day. It’s dangerous when I get bored and have to create my own entertainment. This is also when I decide that I deserve a “lunch beer”. Next, I’m going to write the meeting minutes from last night’s school board meeting. This too is not an enjoyable writing task. This job of business manager/clerk at a public school is not really who I am. Which brings me to this month’s book selection “The Untethered Soul”. Without ruining the book for you I am going to let you know that the last chapter is all about God. In my religious snobbery, I would have to admit that if the last chapter had been the first chapter I probably would not have continued reading this book and not selected it as the November book for the Wild Women Book Club. But, since I had read the entire book, completely engaged in the content, I found the God chapter to be very enlightening and it has given me a new perspective. If you’ve read my other blog post you will remember my desire to understand my good friend the Mormon Bishop. I am now thinking that I shouldn’t try to understand him; I should get him to understand me. I’m going to give him this book and tell him that he should read the last chapter first so that he will then want to read it and will appreciate the rest of the book. Otherwise, he will start the first chapter and think that his good friend, the beer drinking, liberal, agnostic, vegan, snowboarding, yogi is trying to convert his non-drinking, republican, Mormon, cowboy, meat eating, reality tv watching ass into thinking more like her. It’s all about the presentation. So if you’re more like my good friend the Mormon Bishop you might want to read the last chapter first.