Item description for From Eulogy to Joy: A Heartfelt Anthology (Capital Cares) by Kristina Chase Strom & Cynthia Kuhn Beischel...
"From Eulogy to Joy" is a unique anthology of thought-provoking personal stories shared from the hearts of people who are "experts" on bereavement - because they have experienced grief firsthand. Through the words of 130 people the book reveals that, contrary to popular belief, we never "get over" the death of someone and actually never should. Rather, death is a life-transforming experience to "get through" and eventually "grow through" to a place of inner peace and renewed joy. Among the contributors are Neale Donald Walsch, Judy Belushi, Dr. Rabbi Earl Grollman, and many others.
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Studio: Capital Books
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.14" Width: 5.96" Height: 1.17" Weight: 1.36 lbs.
Release Date Feb 22, 2002
Publisher Capital Books
ISBN 189212341X ISBN13 9781892123411
Availability 0 units.
More About Kristina Chase Strom & Cynthia Kuhn Beischel
Strom has worked in the fields of the verbal and visual arts for thirty years, as well as being a metaphysical teacher and consultant. Though she was formally educated at Wells College, the University of Cincinnati, Edgecliff College and the University of Science and Philosophy, she considers life itself to be the ultimate classroom.
Kristina Chase Strom currently resides in the state of Ohio.
Reviews - What do customers think about From Eulogy to Joy: A Heartfelt Anthology (Capital Cares)?
Lovely book about a dark topic! May 10, 2002
We all face death in our life and not just own own demise. We lose beloved friends, family members, and pets. This book offers a wonderful gifts for those grieving - the wisdom of a shared experience and the push to start enjoying your loved ones in memory.
I found this book especially helpful last September. I do not know anyone personally who died in the Pentagon and World Trade Center, but I grieved just the same. Reading this book really helped me.