Don't Look, Ethel!: Slices of Faith, Humor, Inspiration (Paperback)
It's human nature to look at something when you have emphatically been told not to look.
Those of mythological lore who looked directly at Medusa, the snake-headed creature, were instantly turned to stone.
Lot's wife, in the book of Genesis, could not resist to look back even after God had strongly advised her not to. As we know, her one peek instantly and infamously made her the first box of Morton Salt.
Similarly, Ethel, in Ray Stevens's 1974 hit song, "The Streak," ignored her protective husband's earnest pleas not to look at a serial streaker.
Ethel did not turn to stone or salt, but she did lose her clothes as a result of her looking.
My suspect friends, Bacon and Genius, would highly implore you NOT to read this book.
However, if you would like quick doses of humor, inspiration, and wisdom, this book just may be what you are looking for.
Can you resist? What will your fate be if you do look? The choice is in your hands. Proceed at your own risk
Certainly, it could do no harm to take just one little peek...