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Mindful : April 2015
SO, ANYWAY... John Cleese • Doubleday If you’re any kind of a fan of Monty Python or Fawlty Towers, you will savor thedroll, quirky wit that fills these pages. Beyond that, though, the real value of this memoir is that it captures Cleese’s reflections on the place of humor and comedy in our lives. For example, that humor is an ever-present affront to the pompous or the hypersensitive, and therefore vital to preser ving our humanity. He muses about the mindfulness required to tell a joke that hits the per fect note between being too obvious or too hard to understand. When it hits that sweet spot, the spontaneous laugh is one of the sublime par ts of being alive. DEEPER DATING How to Drop the Games of Seduction and Discover the Power of Intimacy By Ken Page NEW SLOW CITY Living Simply in the World’s Fastest City By William Powers THE LITTLE BOOK OF YOGA By Nora Isaacs TEACH, BREATHE, LEARN Mindfulness In and Out of the Classroom By Meena Srinivasan MINDFULNESS FOR TEACHERS Simple Skills for Peace and Productivity in the Classroom Patricia A. Jennings • Norton Jennings began her life as a teacher, so she writes with a real feel for the class- room. In the second phase of her career, she became one of the key developers of the CARE (Cultivating Awareness and Resilience in Education) program for teachers at the Garrison Institute, a faculty member at Penn State, and now the University of Virginia. Her careful research on how teachers can employ mindfulness in the classroom is vital to the field. This book is both a how-to and a research-based explora- tion of the state of the ar t in how a variety of mindfulness-related practices can help teachers continually find the spirit of joy and engagement that brought them to teaching in the first place. The Short List 14 mindful April 2015 reviews Bookmark This