"As much of an intriguing read as it is an in-depth guide on how to document one's life." -- American Jewish World
"While it's possible to create a spiritual-ethical will on one's own, Freed hopes that women will work in community." -- Minnesota Women's Press
"[Examines] ethical wills from a feminist point of view, [and how] women have been left out of the process." -- PBS Religion and Ethics Newsweekly
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Whether you are reclaiming your history or supplementing a legal will, Rachael Freed will guide you through each life-changing step in the legacy writing process. One day your descendants will hold your document in their hands and know who you were, what mattered to you, and what you contributed to the world.