Matthew Kelly’s done it again. He’s provided readers with an honest, open, and attainable process for improving all of our relationships. In The Seven Levels of Intimacy: The Art of Loving and the Joy of Being Loved, he talks about the purpose of life being to become the best version of ourselves and encourage others to become the best version of themselves.
After having read his book A Call to Joy and listening to the Lighthouse CD by the same name as well as the CD entitled Becoming the Best Version of Yourself, I’d heard many of his basic principles of personal growth already.
As the title suggests, this book focuses on the varying levels of intimacy we have in relationships. Kelly includes a number of questions he invites readers to journal on as part of envisioning and creating concrete goals to improve our relationships, particularly with those most vital in our lives.
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