For Those New to Sorrow-paperback

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From the foreward: "Readers will find this book a treasure trove of inspiring reflections and quotes gleaned from the ages, which address the painful experience of grieving the loss of loved ones. This book also stands as a pioneering contribution to the literature on grief, since its original publication in 1962 presaged the enormous interest and voluminous writing on grief, death and dying emerging at the end of that decade, notably initiated by the work of Dr. Elisabeth Kubler-Ross among others. The penetrating insights and intimate familiarity with the pain and pathos of grief give guidance today just as helpful as when this volume was first published. In these readings we are reminded that the human struggle to deal with the profundity of death has no limitation of time or place." The Rev. David G. Hamilton, D.Min. Director of Spiritual Care Fletcher Allen Health Care Burlington, Vermont

Margaret Ames
Neon CRM by Neon One

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