LOVE & LOSS - A Story About Life, Death, and Rebirth Kindle Edition
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Loss is never easy and is something we all will deal with eventually in our life time. Trying to understand it and embrace the part of loss that allows us to grow, heal and move on with grace and compassion is a concept that Ms. Bay explores with great profoundness in her novel.
Reading this book in the 21st century with the many email communication throughout the story, I thought of the irony that a technological device so recently invented was what empowered and helped a woman struggling with the death of her child in far away Tibet.
This is a book that does not shy away from the sadness and the despair. And the reader is a better person for having taken the journey.
If you have ever loss someone that was an integral part of your life, this book is a must read.
Jane not only shares her journey about life, death and rebirth, but more important, she shared her heart and that of all her friends for us to understand a natural process in life.
For the first time since my brother passed, I found a way to understand not only my own feelings about grief, but more important, a way to end my mourning and begin to celebrate his life again.
Thank you Jane for opening your heart and sharing such a personal and very touching part of yours.
You have giving me a great gift called closure.
In Love and Loss, Jane Bay does exactly that.
After the devastating loss of her adopted Tibetan daughter,
she writes her way back to health and wholeness.
By doing so she offers us and the world a book of great wisdom and beauty.
--Lynda Beth Unkeless
Marin County, California