No Mountain Too High: A Father's Inspiring Journey Through Grief
On August 30, 1995, Ned Levitt’s 18-year-old daughter Stacey, a promising poet, was hit and killed by a car as she stepped off a curb. The event threatened the stability of his family, his law career, and his mental health. No Mountain Too High is a father’s story that describes his pain of loss and struggle to find meaning again. Emerging from a year filled with suicidal thoughts, Ned decided to publish Stacey’s poetry. Travelling to Mexico to complete her unfinished climb up Mt. Ixta, he left copies of her book for other mountain climbers. They wrote thousands of notes in response as they read it at her memorial before their final ascent up the mountain.
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