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Here is urgent information in a world of doubt and a great fear of death. Having been to the place of knowing, Emma Lou Warner Thayne returns from death with a promise to make light as real as dark.
Her stories are alive with connection to the human spirit: with a Hindu monk in a lava temple and the first prophet of Mormonism in the Sacred Grove; with a Russian woman in a cemetery in Leningrad and a Muslim matron in her tent in Palestine; with a new baby meditating on a changing table and a grown grandson finding a Cadillac limousine on a high mountain; with a young painter friend dying of AIDS; sitting on all-male corporate boards and women-only steering committees; with a born-again Christian in a searching conversation on a train and a young captain on leave from the war in Iraq; or experiencing light and "Danny Boy" in an Irish cathedral--always with a transcendant expectation.
This book can be a guide and comfort to anyone of any age. It is a book about love and loss, expectation and fulfillment in the healing power of nature, medicine, human connection, and Divine intervention. Hearing this voice reaffirms life and can remove any fear of death.
"Since my accident, the nanoseconds, the smallest measure of time of my being back from death, mount up to years as the mystical connections multiply like stars in the heavens. Days go by so fast I can't live them. Only reflection saves their gifts to my life. I hope this book makes clear that they are there for anyone, the small miracles. But only through paying attention can we respect and retain what is there to awaken us, to guide us to a state of realization."
About the Author
Emma Lou Thayne – A prolific writer, now in her eighties, has written fourteen books of poetry, fiction, essays, and travel stories. She has been widely anthologized and has published internationally on kinship and peace among people and nations. She has received honors and awards too numerous to list.