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  • By kkawohl1
    Sep 26, 2009
    "A Terrific Book" I especially loved the quote, "I’ve lost family members through long grueling debilitating diseases and through sudden and brutal accidents. Some died when they were old and some when they were shockingly young. One thing I’ve known for a long time is that there is no good day to die. There is no “appropriate” time or way of losing someone who you love that is not at some level wrenching and painful. But it is also true that the best way to help someone you love survive with abundancy to that end of their life is by hugs. The drugs and the operations will keep their bodies alive a little while longer, the operations will mend a portion of their bones or their organs, but the soul survives through love."
  • By Bobbie Holdeman
    Aug 21, 2009
    "If You Lived Here, You'd Be Home By Now" It's a collection of short stories that reminds us of our lives and sometimes people from our past. Very heart warming, dusting off memories we've tucked back and now able to enjoy once again. The author seems to have lived a wonderful life, traveled the world, suffered pain, yet found humor and compassion along the way. We've all experienced saddness or felt alone on our life's journey and somehow we've realized that we're human and God truly is those "Foot Prints In The Sand" with us. This book warmed the cockles of my heart, thank you.
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Product Details

First Edition
Stan Duncan
December 6, 2008
Perfect-bound Paperback
Interior Ink
Black & white
0.65 lbs.
Dimensions (inches)
6 wide x 9 tall
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