Someone asked me the other day if I could have dinner with anyone I wanted who would it be? It's not like me to pick just one of anything so here is my list and why.
Robert Benson-I know I talk about him all the time but when I say his books have changed my life-I mean it. My quote book is filled with wonderfully wise words many of which come from him.
Henri Nouwen-Another great author.
Kristin Carr-diagnosed with inoperable cancer and through wonderful nutrition and stress management has lived very healthy far longer than she should have. I think she's facinating. You can check out her book and DVD at crazysexycancer.com
Kabul Ghandi-the book The Prophet though not exactly along the same spiritual lines as I believe is incredible.
Judas-Forever remembered as the disciple who led the way for Jesus' crucifixion. I have a feeling he was not a bad guy-just very human.
Esther-I'm a huge fan.
Hitler-It's hard for me to wrap my brain around pure evil, but I think it would be interesting to hear his side of the story. I truly hope he had some form of mental illness, but I don't know that he did.
Elie Wiesel-Holocaust survivor and author of Day, Dawn, and Night. I cried all the way through Night. The interview Oprah did with him was absolutely marvelous. What a courageous man with an awesomely terrible story.
Julie Andrews-She is graceful and elegent neither of which I'm very good at. Plus I would love to know what her skincare routine is!
Kristin Davis-my favorite clothes/shoes/jewlery designer
A group of various ages of people dying of Aids, cancer, ALS, Alzehimers, heart disease-the dying have so much to teach the living.
Dr. Robin Smith-great psychologist
Ceaser Millan-who loves dogs more than him?
And of course-Jesus-but I'd rather not eat dinner with him. I'd much prefer coffee with free refills-there's so much I want to hear about!