The PhxP Book Review: Everything Happens For A Reason (And Other Lies I Learned to Love)/ Blessed

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  1. Duane Arnold says:

    Michael

    Agree 100%. When I heard her interviewed a year ago I was impressed beyond words and sent the link out to about a dozen people. For anyone who wants a taste, go to:
    https://www.npr.org/2018/02/12/585066841/a-stage-4-cancer-patient-shares-the-pain-and-clarity-of-living-scan-to-scan

  2. Michael says:

    Between that link and those books I’m running on about four hours sleep…

  3. Rick says:

    Cancer is indeed a great clarifier, whether clarifying is wanted or not. Presence and community from those who understand is the best adjunct treatment (especially praying community). Having worked with the dying in a previous career, I learned to stop asking why, though I believe God welcomes our questions. To realize we stand empty of ourselves in His presence, and yet are loved—it is enough. Thanks for bringing these questions…

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