On Angel's Eve: Making the Most of Your Final Time Together

Square One Publishers, Inc., 2004 - 246 páginas
Hospice chaplain Garnette Arledge has helped hundreds of people say “good-bye” to loved ones who are about to pass away. In this unique book, she explains how to make the most of this period of passing, which she refers to as “Angel's Eve.” The author begins by exploring your understanding of death. She then offers spiritual support by showing how Christianity,

Judaism, Buddhism, and Hinduism provide healing perspectives on dying. She also includes suggested activities to help make the most of your time together.


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If indeed a "dying phobia" pervades our culture, then Arledge's mission is to counter it by dispelling the "frightening and dark associations" surrounding death. A hospice patient center coordinator ... Leer comentario completo

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Garnette Arledge received a bachelor of science from the University of Maryland and a master of divinity from Drew Theological School. A spiritual director specializing in deatheducation, Garnette is a professional writer and columnist, as well as a hospice chaplain.

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