I read a chapter each night over ten days of Michal Oshman’s What Would You Do If You Weren’t Afraid? I liked the idea of a quote from either a famous person, the Bible,....that appeared at the beginning of each chapter a good idea. I found myself reading the Jewish word and meaning along with the questions at the end of a chapter (except chapter one) first before actually reading the chapter helpful to me. I liked her personal stories and an over riding idea that you are in charge of yourself. It is never to late to start over, to change something, and be accepting of others. At the end of the book, Oshman has an excellent glossary of terms. Chapter 10 is the most inspiring for me. “Return to Yourself.” We are a journey and can experience change through continued self examination. I see this book as a resource and one that can be read over and over. Thank you Penguin Random House and Bookishfirst for an ARC of this book. The opinions in this review are my own.