A Brave And Uplifting Meditation On How Important It Is To Make Peace And Meaning Of Our Lives While We Still Have Them Elizabeth Gilbert, Bestselling Author Of Eat, Pray, LoveWhat Are The Greatest Regrets Of The Dying At Her Patients Bedside, Witnessing Their Final Moments, This Is What Kerry Egan Discovers How Do The Dying Seek To Making Meaning Of Their Lives, The People And Moments That Have Shaped Them And What Are Those Things Above All Else That They Wish They Could Have Done Differently From Stories Of Families Torn Apart By War, To Making Peace With The Shame Of A Long Hidden Secret, These Are The Tales Of People Who Wished They Had Loved Their Partners , Cherished Their Children , Forgiven Feuds And Betrayals, And Those Who Simply Wish They Had Danced.This Isn T A Book About Dying It S A Book About Living Each Of Egan S Patients Taught Her Something How To Find Courage In The Face Of Fear, How To Make Amends Whilst You Still Can, How To See That The World Is Not Just Black And White, And That There Can Be Beauty In The Grey.In This Deeply Moving And Illuminating Book, Kerry Captures The Fragility Of The Human Experience, Imparting The Poignant And Profound Lessons From The Dying, On How To Live A Life Without Regrets.
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- On Living
- Kerry Egan
- 04 December 2018 Kerry Egan