As I Journey on: Meditations for Those Facing Death
These 50 meditations are arranged by topic and include anger, worry, dying alone, endurance, hanging on, good-byes, letting go, grieving, treasures, loneliness, laughter, wishes, gratitude, hope, children, and darkness. Using anecdotes and wisdom gained from their professional and personal lives, the authors handle even difficult topics with care and sensitivity. Each meditation includes a prayer, a thought to consider for the day, an opportunity for the reader to make a resolution, and suggestions for further reading.
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