Born to Live, Born to Die? Engravings of Grief
A mother, who learned to cope with a son's illness and death, as well as her own grief, by prayerfully putting feelings into words on paper, invites you to walk with her through the pages of this book.
In this book the author has provided an extremely generous and valuable tool for those who grieve the loss of a loved one. Few are willing or able to articulate such "other-worldly" thoughts in the genuine and readable style she has employed. One will find a friend in this book, as the reader relates to the stages of grief experienced by this loving mother.
This book is also a good resource for those who counsel the grieving. If one is anticipating a loss of a child, the author includes unique and meaningful ideas for how to sensitively involve all family members in the process of saying good-bye.
203 pages, paperback.