Mothers Never Die: What She Lost Didn't Compare to What She Found [NOOK Book]

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Mothers Never Die is the dramatic and inspiring story of Dr. Rose's spiritual pilgrimage. When a debilitating muscle disease ended her prestigious Harvard career and left her bedridden, she rocked back against her Jewish upbringing. She took God to task. And the surprising answer came as she discovered who it is that holds the world together: Jesus Christ. Adding intrigue and humor to her story is the running dialogue the author has with her mother. This is autobiography at its ...

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Mothers Never Die: What She Lost Didn't Compare to What She Found

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Overview

Mothers Never Die is the dramatic and inspiring story of Dr. Rose's spiritual pilgrimage. When a debilitating muscle disease ended her prestigious Harvard career and left her bedridden, she rocked back against her Jewish upbringing. She took God to task. And the surprising answer came as she discovered who it is that holds the world together: Jesus Christ. Adding intrigue and humor to her story is the running dialogue the author has with her mother. This is autobiography at its best.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781418561024
  • Publisher: Nelson, Thomas, Inc.
  • Publication date: 8/4/2002
  • Sold by: THOMAS NELSON
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 192
  • File size: 472 KB

Meet the Author

Dr. Beverly Rose was a Harvard-trained clinical psychologist until a debilitating muscle disease ended her career and left her bedridden. She now lives in a government-subsidized apartment with her silver toy poodle Nikki and with more hope than she ever thought possible.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 3, 2005

    educational

    It lets you explore the jewish customs--fasinating

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 1, 2002

    If Only I Had Encountered a Book Like 'Mothers Never Die' Sooner!

    When I was growing up Jewish in the New York City area, my ethnicity defined my entire secular world, but left me spiritually empty. To seek any value in another religion was heresy--an insult to the memory of martyred Jews throughout the ages and a danger to our future survival as a people. Years later, only after living in the Deep South, displaced from my Jewish moorings, did I get to know committed Christians and appreciate their personal relationship with God. If only I had encountered a book like 'Mothers Never Die' sooner! This masterpiece by Beverly Rose crystallizes both Jewish ethnicity and Christian faith through witty observations and poignant dialogue. Never losing sight of a profound mother-daughter relationship, this book manages to dramatize an entire family's Americanization over the course of three generations. As a result of Beverly Rose's own physical suffering and transcendent conversion from Judaism to Christianity, the author, a Harvard-trained, doctoral-level clinical psychologist, is in an excellent position to offer comfort and joy, especially to those readers who continue to suffer from a loss of one sort or another ...and who seek healing. Yes, another book about 'overcoming,' but so much more. I heartily recommend that you read this book. It will be a blessing, a true gift to yourself ...and one worth giving to others.

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