A Book About Dying

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Composed at a time when Robert H. Kirven was coping with the terminal illness of his wife, A Book about Dying affirms that the universal fear of death is eased by knowing what comes after. Using the unique Swedenborgian perspective of the afterlife and his own hard-earned knowledge of the day-to-day realities of caring for a loved one, Kirven writes of the spiritual experiences of the dying and of the survivors; offers practical advice on measures that can lessen the burden on the sick and the caregiver; and convincingly asserts that “for patient and survivor alike, living really does continue after dying.”

Book Details

Author/Translator : - Kirven, Robert

Publisher : 1997 Chrysalis Books

Dimensions : 5.5 x 0.5 x 8.5

ISBN-10 : 0-87785-175-1

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