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A book to help children and adults dealing with the loss of a loved one (paperback). The book was illustrated around the poem by Mary Elizabeth Frye.
'Do Not Stand At My Grave And Weep' is a beautiful and moving poem written by an unknown author; it was left by a soldier killed in Northern Ireland to "all my loved ones". The poem gained national renown when it was read by the soldier's father on Remembrance Sunday some years later on the Bookworm TV programme.This special edition of 'Do Not Stand At My Grave And Weep', illustrated by Paul Saunders, is intended to be a lasting memorial for all who are mourning a loved one. Its message of comfort, hope and renewal has already brought consolation to hundreds of thousands, and it is one of the great inspirational poems that those suffering bereavement turn to.The author of 'Do Not Stand At My Grave And Weep' remains unknown, though several people have been forwarded as the author. These include Mary Elizabeth Frye and J.T.Wiggins, an Englishman who emigrated to the USA at the end of the nineteenth century.
Prozac has side effects, drinking gives you hangovers, therapy's expensive. For quick and effective relief -- or at least some literary comfort -- from everyday and exceptional problems, try a poem. Over the ages, people have turned to poets as ambassadors of the emotions, because they give voice and definition to our troubles, and by so doing, ease them. No matter how bad things get, poets have been there, too, and they can help you get over the rough spots. This is the first poetry anthology designed expressly for the self-help generation. The poems listed include classics by Emily Dickinson, Lord Byron, Ogden Nash, and Lucretius, to name just a few, along with newer works by such current practitioners as Seamus Heaney and Wendy Cope. This book has a cure or consolation for nearly every affliction, ancient or modern. And no side effects-except pleasure.
There are over 7 billion people on this planet earth, of which there are no two that are exactly alike, from positive to negative, from good to bad, from a perfect ten down to a one, in every way and every degree in between and yet in spite of all of their differences in thought, they all want to be satisfied. It started with the desires of Adam and Eve, it continues today, and there always will be, for all of us, Desire to be Satisfied.
In his first book Jeffrey helped hundreds of families dealing with the autism diagnosis and provided his own personal strategies for coping, giving personal examples and doing extensive research on possible cures. In his new book "A Conscientious Life" Jeffrey submits a semi-autobiographical account of a young man(Jonathan Stark) and his life struggles including his struggles with having an autistic child(Steven). The author also explores the subjects of religion, politics, love and loss. Here are some reviews of the new book: "The book weaves a compelling story line that certainly engaged me. I think the author's imagery is colorful, and capturing." Dr. Darold Treffert, Author and Autism Expert, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin “I think the dramatic arc has to do with the main character's honesty, genuine heart and naivety confronting a cruel and unfeeling world and the challenge to incorporate that new sense of realism into his world while still retaining and even deepening the main character's humane way of being in the world and with others around him. The razor's edge of that confrontation would seem to be the foreshadowed and unexpected burden of living with autistic child.” Fred Hersom, longtime friend and musician, Concord, California “Overall, the book is an excellent read. Since it covers many parts of life, it has a very wide appeal. Those who would enjoy this book would be: those who are very politically active or spend their time keeping informed, those who have had trouble relating to their parents, those who have felt any uncertainty in their lives, those who have had to deal with the grief of their parent’s deaths, and finally, those who are the parent of a child with autism.” James Williams, autism writer and nationally-known speaker, Chicago, Illinois Here are some reviews of the new book: "The book weaves a compelling story line that certainly engaged me. I think the author's imagery is colorful, and capturing." Dr. Darold Treffert, Author and Autism Expert, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin “I think the dramatic arc has to do with the main character's honesty, genuine heart and naivety confronting a cruel and unfeeling world and the challenge to incorporate that new sense of realism into his world while still retaining and even deepening the main character's humane way of being in the world and with others around him. The razor's edge of that confrontation would seem to be the foreshadowed and unexpected burden of living with autistic child.” Fred Hersom, longtime friend and musician, Concord, California “Overall, the book is an excellent read. Since it covers many parts of life, it has a very wide appeal. Those who would enjoy this book would be: those who are very politically active or spend their time keeping informed, those who have had trouble relating to their parents, those who have felt any uncertainty in their lives, those who have had to deal with the grief of their parent’s deaths, and finally, those who are the parent of a child with autism.” James Williams, autism writer and nationally-known speaker, Chicago, Illinois “It has such a powerful voice...most people would love to be able to write a book with your talents.” Maeve Quinn, former Sheboygan School Board member and community leader “The author shows a tremendous ability to capture the human condition. His work takes us from early stages in life through college years and the loss of a close family member, and beyond. We can all relate to this. His search for the central characters' identity reminds us of our own adolescent phase in life, and how we work through it. In sum, this book does an excellent job of capturing that which we all know. The title does the book justice: It truly is ‘A Conscientious Life.’’” Michael J. Tollifson Singer/Songwriter, Sheperdstown, West Virginia

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