Book Review: Have a Little Faith by Mitch Albom

Do you have questions about faith, love, and life?

Many of your questions, you already know the answers to deep inside your heart. You just need to be reminded of them from time to time. 

Have a Little Faith reminds you of the answers to life's greatest questions. It is filled with timeless lessons shared in a different light, from another perspective, and with great passion that it seems like you're learning each lesson for the first time. 

Like his more renowned books such as Tuesdays with Morrie, Mitch Albom writes about his dialogues with his childhood rabbi, Albert Lewis, and a pastor from his hometown of Detroit, Henry Covington, in a way that makes you feel as if you're part of the conversations—as if you are part of the story. 

In typical Mitch Albom fashion, you become more and more invested and connected with the people in the story—as if you're meeting new friends, rekindling old connections, and even learning from mentors you wish you had—as you read the book.

Mitch writes in a heart-warming way that the feelings and the emotions will remain long after you've finished the book—a much better way for you to remember the timeless lessons from this book. 

This book teaches you to laugh, to cry, to hope, to love, to live, and, most importantly, to have a little faith.


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