Autor(i): Kerry Egan
Editura: PENGUIN GROUP
Anul aparitiei: 2018
Stare: nefolosita (noua)
Categorii: Biography & autobiography, Language, literature and biography, Carte straina, Carte nefolosita, Biography & autobiography: religious & spiritual, Religious social & pastoral thought & activity, Religious institutions & organizations, Aspects of religions (non-Christian), Religion & beliefs, Humanities, Medicine: general issues, Medicine, Terminal care nursing, Nursing, Nursing & ancillary services, Family & other relationships: general, Family & health, Family, home and practical interests, Coping with death & bereavement, Coping with personal problems, Mind, body, spirit: thought & practice, Mind, body, spirit
Hospice chaplain Kerry Egan's witness to the final moments of her patients has given her a sense of people's final regrets, or closing reflections on the course their lives took. Egan draws on this experience to propose something of what might truly be said to matter in life.