Books that dare look beyond death are moving off the shelves in record numbers right now. On the crest of this attention to the afterlife comes an important work, Tara's Angels: One Family's Extraordinary Journey of Courage and Healing by Kirk Moore. Tara's Angels is the story of:
The author's own spiritual odyssey, spanning thirty-five years, which began with a remarkable near-death experience when he was nine.
A father's need to cope with the loss of a vibrant and much loved daughter.
Kirk Moore's personal awakening to the mystifying interconnectedness of life - how even the most overwhelming tragedies can provide room for learning and growth. Tara's Angels is written from the heart of someone who chose to do one of the most courageous things a human can do - stay awake and conscious of his pain, while honestly acknowledging and expressing his feelings.
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To our readers: The books we publish are our contribution to an emerging world based on cooperation rather than on competition, on affirmation of the human spirit rather than on self-doubt, and on the certainty that all humanity is connected. Our goal is to touch as many lives as possible with a message of hope for a better world. - Hal and Linda Kramer, Publishers:From the Back Cover :
Love is why we exist, and Tara's Angels will remind you of that because it is written from the heart of someone who chose to do one of the most courageous things a human can do: stay awake and conscious of his pain, then tell his story, creating something beautiful and healing form his experience. Kirk Moore has set forth a new possibility of God's love, something we are all here to do in our own special way. (From the foreword by Terry Lynn Taylor, author of Messengers of Light)
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Description du livre H J Kramer, 1996. Hardcover. État : New. Never used!. N° de réf. du libraire P110915811677