Choose questions that work well to discuss The Wooden Indian Resurrection, and enjoy the flow of ideas.
1. WORK: Describe a job you've held in which you felt devalued. What can you do when you have a boss like Big Hair?
2. HIGH SCHOOL: Deborah's father tells her, "You left high school, but high school never left you." How has high school never left you - for better or for worse?
3. FORGIVENESS: Talk about a time you felt betrayed. Were you able to forgive? Should we always forgive? What is the price of forgiving? Of not forgiving? Does forgiveness mean we forget the offense? Does it mean we trust the person again?
4. PRISMS: Deborah's father says we are created to rest in God's love. Then we're like prisms refracting the particular color of light we're meant to shine in the world. What do you get complimented about? Might these be your particular rays of light?
5. ALIVE: St. Irenaeus said that the glory of God is man fully alive. What would being fully alive mean for you?
6. GREATNESS: Deborah says that our simple acts of kindness, when collected, create a great monument. What do you enjoy doing for others? Might these be creating a great monument?
7. TOO LATE? Do you agree with Deborah that it's never too late to become who you're meant to be?
8. RISKS: What risks have you taken? What risks do you wish you had taken? Is it too late?
9.YOUR QUESTIONS: What would you like to ask the author. You may reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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