A Sacred Dying

A Sacred Dying

by Barry Neil Kaufman, Samahria L. Kaufman
     
 
Sam Millen and his family faced what every family has confronted or will confront eventually. Mom was dying and no one, least of all Sam, was prepared. Yet with the help of author Barry Neil Kaufman's mentoring, guidance and friendship, Sam learns to accept and then embrace what is happening...ultimately teaching his entire family how to go beyond the pain and

Overview

Sam Millen and his family faced what every family has confronted or will confront eventually. Mom was dying and no one, least of all Sam, was prepared. Yet with the help of author Barry Neil Kaufman's mentoring, guidance and friendship, Sam learns to accept and then embrace what is happening...ultimately teaching his entire family how to go beyond the pain and discover new insights, joy and even laughter...

Editorial Reviews

New Age Magazine
Reading this book is a deeply moving and healing experience. A Sacred Dying vividly portrays the love that is released in a family when the veil of silence surrounding death is lifted and shows that facing death enhances life for the living as well as the dying.
Branches Reviews
I highly recommend this book to anyone experiencing grief and loss.
AHP Perspective
Recommended for families experiencing the death of a parent. It is worthwhile reading for an adolescent.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781887254038
Publisher:
Epic Century Publishers
Publication date:
01/28/1996
Pages:
189
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.49(h) x 0.58(d)

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Cancer Care Incorporated
An inspiration. A valuable resource and learning tool. A moving, real account of one family's struggle toward death's transcendence through love.

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