When you release the wrongdoer from the wrong, you cut a malignant tumor out of your inner life. You set a prisoner free, but you discover that the real prisoner was yourself. --Lewis B. Smedes, in 'Forgive and Forget'

The Stubborn Gladness of Elizabeth Gilbert

The Stubborn Gladness of Elizabeth Gilbert

Apr 7, 2013-- The bestselling memoir "Eat, Pray, Love," about losing and finding herself, was the book that shot Elizabeth Gilbert to fame. It is now both a movie and travel tour. Yet there is much more to Gilbert than this runaway success. "Her collection of short stories, 'Pilgrims,' was a finalist for the PEN/Hemingway Award, and her debut novel, 'Stern Men,' was a New York Times Notable Book. Her 2009 TED Talk on creative genius, where she claimed mysticism and the divine as allies in the creative process, has been viewed nearly five million times." This interview shares more including her views on suffering, self-forgiveness and art. (23898 reads)

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