Annotations for Unfinished Business : One Man's Extraordinary Year of Trying to do the Right Things


Baker & Taylor
A workaholic former editor of "Parade" magazine traces his midlife effort to reconnect with others while attending to the loose ends in his life for a year, sharing ten transformational journeys.

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Baker & Taylor
A workaholic former editor of Parade magazine traces his midlife effort to reconnect with others while attending to the loose ends in his life for a year, sharing ten transformational journeys during which he repaid an old debt, fulfilled a forgotten promise and more.

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McMillan Palgrave
After losing his job, Lee Kravitz, a workaholic in his midfifties, took stock of his life and realized just how disconnected he had become from the people who mattered most to him. He committed an entire year to reconnecting with them and making amends.
Kravitz takes readers on ten transformational journeys, among them repaying a thirty-year-old debt, making a long-overdue condolence call, finding an abandoned relative, and fulfilling a forgotten promise. Along the way, we meet a cast of wonderful characters and travel the globe--to a refugee camp in Kenya, a monastery in California, the desert of southern Iran, a Little League game in upstate New York, and a bar in Kravitz's native Cleveland. In each instance, the act of reaching out opens new paths for both personal and spiritual growth.
All of us have unfinished business--the things we should have done but just let slip. Kravitz's story reveals that the things we've avoided are exactly those that have the power to transform, enrich, enlarge, and even complete us. The lesson of the book is one applicable to us all: Be mindful of what is most important, and act on it. The rewards will be immediate and lasting.


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