A Pilgrimage Without End: How Cancer Healed my Broken Heart - PDF free download eBook

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The book goes deep into the psyche of the author, who overcame a difficult childhood by staying open to the goodness that exists in the world. She took ownership of her own mistakes, and through...

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Original Title
A Pilgrimage Without End: How Cancer Healed my Broken Heart
Edition Format
Kindle Edition
Number of Pages
151 pages
Book Language
English
Ebook Format
PDF, EPUB

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The book goes deep into the psyche of the author, who overcame a difficult childhood by staying open to the goodness that exists in the world. She took ownership of her own mistakes, and through her willingness to forgive, she was able to take a very difficult life, of which her cancer diagnosis was merely one part, and turn it into a powerful Pilgrimage that taught her th The book goes deep into the psyche of the author, who overcame a difficult childhood by staying open to the goodness that exists in the world. She took ownership of her own mistakes, and through her willingness to forgive, she was able to take a very difficult life, of which her cancer diagnosis was merely one part, and turn it into a powerful Pilgrimage that taught her that happiness can be found in the unlikeliest of places, as long as we are open to everything life hands us.

This book will leave you astonished and empowered, and you will likely walk away with a renewed appreciation for your own life. A Pilgrimage Without End comes with pictures and quotes created by the author herself, making it an all-around fun reading experience. As one reader so eloquently put it: Cancer is very often a lonely disease that leaves us watching family, friends, colleagues and others walk away from us just as we are facing our most difficult struggle.

In Pilgrimage, Cherie Rineker manages to turn this phenomenon on its head. Pilgrimage invites us into Cherie's entire life, and not just her ongoing battle against Multiple Myeloma cancer. Cherie manages to introduce herself to us in the most honest and intimate of ways, and she does this as a way of bridging the gaps between us that cancer can build and widen.

In learning about Cherie's life and personal struggles we are able to connect to her in ways that often elude us as parents, children, friends and spouses. This allows us to gain insight into the struggle all cancer patients eventually face, but even more relevant, it allows us a view into how our own experiences and lessons learned prior to cancer that can provide strength, insight and maturity to a battle that leaves many paralyzed by fear and uncertainty. In essence, Cherie invites us into her life as friends, and thereby touches that part of our humanity that can bring compassion and a willingness to learn from her experiences.

Whether we know it or not, each of us is experiencing our own Pilgrimage. Cherie's tale is one that, while unique to her in some sense, is universal in so many other ways. It reflects her earliest experiences as a child and young adult.

We can relate to the discomforts of being raised in a less than fully functional home, as well as the difficulties one experiences in trying to mature with less than the full array of tools we all wished we had when we stepped out into the world on our own. To that extent, Pilgrimage is so much more than just another story about a woman battling cancer. It's a living example, a testament if you will, to using all that you have experienced as an aid and guide to facing what can seem like insurmountable odds, or a fight that seems unwinnable.

We all can learn much from Cherie's experiences and I am sure in my heart that this desire to help others was the motivating factor that led Cherie to write Pilgrimage. I, for one, am so glad that she did. I was deeply touched, speechless as a matter of fact, close to tears by the way you recognized the reason why I wrote this book.

Not only did writing allow me to heal, but I hoped that it might heal the many who have dealt with similar life issues. From the bottom of my heart, I thank you for this wonderful review. May your future look as bright as you shine in this review.

Cherie Rineker A little known fact about me is that I get most inspired when I am out doing yard work, in the kitchen doing dishes, or scrubbing the toilet. Afterwards I can write a whole chapter! Work inspires me!

Today, I realize that the best way to Love and embrace life is to accept ALL things life brings us. To surrender to its toughest teachers. When we stop fighting them, and see the opportunities they offer us, they no longer have us paralyzed by fear.

Instead, we can come to appreciate the lessons they teach us.


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