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Dear Gift of Life: a Man's Encounter with Death (edition 1982)

by Bradford Smith, Foreword By Mark Van Doren

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Title:Dear Gift of Life: a Man's Encounter with Death
Authors:Bradford Smith, Foreword By Mark Van Doren
Info:Pendle Hill Publications (1982), Paperback
Collections:Your library, Quaker Books
Rating:****1/2
Tags:Quaker, death and dying, inner Light, PHP, 2007

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A random collection from Bradford Smith's journal, unpublished works, his published articles and published books. A gentle reminder of those in our lives who have touched us. Some went with similar understanding, others fighting, but Smith gives us encouragement to LIVE so that we die with few regrets. ( )
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