Henri Nouwen takes a new and personal look at mortality. Sharing his own experiences with aging, loss, grief, and fear, Nouwen asks, "Can we wait for death as a friend who wants to welcome us home?" Read by Murray Bodo, O.F.M.; 3 CDs/3 hours (approx.)
HENRI J.M. NOUWEN is one of the most prolific and popular spiritual writers of our time. He wrote more than 40 books and taught at the University of Notre Dame, as well as Yale and Harvard. For the 10 years before his death in 1996, he was part of the L’Arche Daybreak community in Toronto, sharing life with people with developmental disabilities. For more information about Nouwen, visit www.HenriNouwen.org.
An audiobook presentation of a Nouwen classic! Nouwen takes a personal look at human mortality and shares his own expereinces with aging, loss, grief and fear. He gently and eloquently reveals the gifts the living and dying can give to one another and challenges us to accept our death as part of our spiritual journey, not its end. "...a very comforting book....Nouwen offers us here a gentle book on coming to terms with death."