Blessings: A Heartwarming Classic of Hope

Blessings A Heartwarming Classic of Hope Craig presents an honest moving portrayal of sorrow and heartbreak while simultaneously offering a hope filled uplifting look at life Not just for those who have lived with the disabled Blessings i

  • Title: Blessings: A Heartwarming Classic of Hope
  • Author: Mary Craig
  • ISBN: 9781893732193
  • Page: 243
  • Format: Paperback
  • Craig presents an honest, moving portrayal of sorrow and heartbreak while simultaneously offering a hope filled, uplifting look at life Not just for those who have lived with the disabled, Blessings is for anyone who seeks hope and meaning in life, even in the midst of suffering.

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    1. This is the real life story of Mary Craig . She has four children where two of her children are mentally handicapped . But how she goes on with her life is what this story is all about. The struggles she face in her life,makes her better. She finds a calling in life, when she goes through dark times.She joins a group, which provides care and shelter to the homeless.It was inspirational.She was committed to her social work,in spite of all her troubles. Good things always comes in small packages I [...]

    2. I've been organizing my bookshelves and getting rid of books that I haven't read in decades and won't reread. (Heresy, I know. But my new, organized bookshelves, which contain only the books that mean a lot to me and are about what interests me now, are SO satisfying. I admire them every time I walk past them.)This book, Blessings: An Autobiographical Fragment, is one of those books from my past. And I note it was in fact a discard from the Kitchener Public Library. I started looking through it [...]

    3. One thing I remember about this book is that you can still be a blessing to others in spite of your own pain/depression. Craig went to help others and in this way was liberated from her personal wounds.

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