What would the world look like if more of us cared for more people?
What if we were vulnerable in sharing our whole story, the good and the bad, and not just the highlight reel?
How could our stories, if authentically told, help others through their pain, grief, or depression? I
n his new memoir, NO LUCKS GIVEN, Chef Brother Luck shares the dramatic story of his childhood, the life lessons he learned on the streets, in kitchens, and in counseling sessions, and compels us to both ask for help and do the hard work of helping others.
Through the lens of his own priorities-faith, family, and food-Brother sets the table for meaningful conversation by acknowledging his pain, being vulnerable, and sharing the wisdom he has learned from his mentors.
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