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by Ann Keeler Evans

Download Remembering a Life: On the Death of Your Beloved eBook
ISBN:
0966371569
Author:
Ann Keeler Evans
Category:
Death & Grief
Language:
English
Publisher:
Emerald Earth Publishing (May 2005)
Pages:
192 pages
EPUB book:
1672 kb
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1910 kb
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1119 kb
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Rating:
4.9
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686


The Rev, Ann Keeler Evans is a freelance ecumenical and interfaith minister and theologian. However, it is an experience fundamental to everybody's life sooner or later. Anne Keeler Evans from the very first page of this invaluable book, shows the way and the how with compassion.

The Rev, Ann Keeler Evans is a freelance ecumenical and interfaith minister and theologian. A graduate of Union Theological Seminary, she designs and performs rituals and celebrations for individuals, couples, families, and communities wherever they are in the world and in their spiritual journeys.

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The ONE book you need when someone dies "More than just rituals, this manual will help you understand what needs to be done, and to do it in a style that will comfort and sustain you. This book is about good goodbyes that are worthy of the people we loved, that will help heal the aching hearts and empty spaces. I offer it to you in love and in the name of those who have gone on before, who have taught me more than I have ever wanted to know about death — and more than I ever thought possible about life." From the Foreword "Remembering a Life" covers the immediate decisions that need to be made, as well as giving information on home funerals, funeral homes, planning the funeral and memorial services, burial, cremation, green burial, grieving, coping, remembering, and making your own funeral plans.
  • Ballagar
We are never really prepared for death, but this book helps you with all the emotional and practical advice to help you. I read this book and will read it again when I need it the most. Thank you Ann for your wisdom, experience and compassion.

Keep this book on the shelf - you will need it sometime, or you will want to give it to someone who needs guidance through these trough the difficult dark days.
  • Modigas
The subject of the book, the death of a loved one, is a subject everyone would rather not face. However, it is an experience fundamental to everybody's life sooner or later. Anne Keeler Evans from the very first page of this invaluable book, shows the way and the how with compassion. The books gives, in straightfoward and loving language, guidelines for some of the most painful of decisions, ideas for ceremonies and words of comfort during the darker moments of grief.

During the recent illness and death of my older brother, I had the book with me at the hospital, and later it went with my sister-in-law to her home. Many times during those miserable days, "Remembering A Life" was picked up, passages from it read out, information taken from it and used.

"Remembering A Life" is a book everybody should have on their bookshelves.
  • Chuynopana
Really useful information for dealing with the immediate practical details. How to write services, how to get thru the day, how to deal with overwhelming grief. Written by a woman minister who's been thru it all with members of her own family. At the end there's a section on how to get your own act together: the paperwork and lists so you don't have to go thru what Terry Schiavo did. A really sweet and helpful book.
  • Katius
Luckily, I haven't needed to use the book for my own purposes, but as a physician, it is great to have a book to refer my patients to after a loss. This book is easy to read and guides you through all the options for ways to celebrate the life of a loved one who has passed. It appeals to both the religious and agnositic.