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Letters to Myself on Dying

Hardback|Aug 1999
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This account of one woman's battle with cancer gives insight into a love relationship with God that stands up to severe testing. Mirth's compelling journal is an unflinching portrayal of how she learned to grieve her own impending death by...


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This account of one woman's battle with cancer gives insight into a love relationship with God that stands up to severe testing. Mirth's compelling journal is an unflinching portrayal of how she learned to grieve her own impending death by living life to the full.

When cancer survivor Mirth Vos learned she had a final, incurable malignancy, she desperately tried to make sense of her life--and her death--by pouring out her pain into a thirteen-month journal. Letters to Myself on Dying is that account. ^^Written with both eloquence and angst, this book is an unflinching portrayal of how Vos, a psychotherapist, learned to grieve her own impending death. From the moment she heard the word terminal, Vos wrote about the ravages of her disease and treatment, her aching sorrow and anger, her painful wrestling with God and, ultimately, her process of abandoning herself to his loving care. More than a journal about dying, this is a journal about living--and a resounding testimony to the Lord's presence in both. ^^Letters to Myself on Dying will offer insight and encouragement to terminally ill readers as well as their friends and family. In fact, anyone who supports the dying--pastors, counselors, laypersons, and medical professionals--will glean much from this penetrating book. ^
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Written by and about a woman who is dying, this thirteen-month journal account offers the reflections of a third-time cancer patient.
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Mirth Vos

Vos is a third time cancer patient.

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