b'of joy and sorrow, as well as affecting others around us. Walts slice of life stories share his path and invite his readers to find, modify, and im-prove their own.Colette Barron BradsbyAssistant General CounselTexas Parks and Wildlife Department, Austin, TexasBaylor Law School class of 1992Former law student of Walt Shelton (in the first course he taught at Baylor in 1990)Paul urges us in Colossians to honor God through all aspects of our work.Ihavemetfewpeoplewhoembracetheircallingasmuchas Professor Shelton. His words in The Daily Practice of Life reveal an in-timate portrait of a humble servant. But more importantly, they con-vey perspectives that are as enlightening as they are deeply relatable. The Daily Practice of Life reads as familiar as a conversation with a dear friend, and it shows us that a life well-lived is a creed that transcends the mission of Christian faith.Jason HillAttorneyBaylor Law School class of 2004Former law student of Walt SheltonDuring law school, I had the privilege of taking several of Professor Sheltons classes. I walked away from those courses with a better under-standing of the law, but the greatest lesson Professor Shelton imparted through his teaching and mentorship was mindfulness, a process that Ive continued to use to help bring balance and focus to my life as a wife, mother, attorney, and naval officer. For those looking for a thoughtful and genuine approach to living an intentional life, I cannot recommend The Daily Practice of Life enough.LCDR Alexandra GioielloJAGCUnited States NavyBaylor Law School class of 2018Former law student and research assistant of Walt Shelton'