I finished the book Plain Wisdom- An Invitation into An Amish Home and the Hearts of Two Woman yesterday. This book was both heart warming and enlightening. I found myself thinking about this book as I was in my garden today. I learned what friendship was like between to friends that live in two totally different worlds, one of An Old Order Amish and one who is a writer. The names of the characters in this book are real people. One is Miriam Flaud and author Cindy Woodsmall. It was interesting to me that with all the differences of the two life styles that the two has similar views in relationship to God, they had a lot of the same loves and worries (children), but two things stand out in my mind so much I was thinking about them even today. The first is the rhythm of live. I was touched by what Miriam had to say and wow awakened by what Cindy had to say about it as well. The book is written from both women and is an interesting read. The second thing that stayed with me and that I have posted on my bathroom mirror was the statement “Hope sees what cannot be seen with human eyes.” I do believe you will be interested in what both women have to say. I give this book three and half stars. I have received this book from WaterBrook Multnomah for review to stay compliant with the Federal Trade Commission the opinions on this book are my own.