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From the PublisherThomas Moore author of Care of the Soul and The Education of the Heart I now understand why some anthologies are called treasures and described as golden. Phyllis Theroux has created a book of such deep sentiment and beauty of language that it is truly a golden treasury, a volume worth keeping for a lifetime. It offers an education in humanity, civility, friendship, and the beauty of words.
M. Scott Peck, M.D. author of The Road Less Traveled and Denial of the Soul An anthology of eulogies: What a marvelous concept, and brilliant in execution! Makes history come wonderfully alive. Belongs in every school and home library. I loved it.
Judith Viorst You need this book. It will absorb you, instruct you, touch you, and serve as a lifelong source of inspiration and consolation.
Cokie Roberts ABC News/National Public Radio This wonderful book teaches us a great deal — about history, about courage, about writing. But most of all, in reading about the parts of a life eulogists choose to remember and recount, we learn a great deal about living a well-lived life.