A REMARKABLE BOOK ON FORGIVENESS
A DYNAMITE BOOK ON FORGIVENESS
Bernie Siegel, M.D., being so well known as he is, was asked to contribute to a very special book on forgiveness. The question the book posed (in my words), was: If your parents tortured you every waking day of your childhood mercilessly, would you be able to forgive them? and how?
Bernie’s contribution included a Heavenletter. God bless Bernie.
The author, Lois Einhorn, miraculously rose above her inhumane childhood, and so is a great testament to the human spirit and to God.
After Lois read her first Heavenletter, she emailed me and asked me to be a contributor. It was God she wanted, of course, and God she got!
The publisher just wrote to me now:
“Be on the lookout for your thank-you copy of Dr. Lois Einhorn's book, Forgiveness and Child Abuse: Would YOU Forgive? It is in the mail! We at Robert D. Reed Publishers are very grateful for your contribution to her book. As you will soon see, the book is a beautiful testimony of 53 contributors' love and compassion in answering Lois' tough questions about forgiveness and child abuse. Thank you very much for being a contributor.”
Robert D. Reed Publishers
Lois wrote to me just now too:
“One of the neatest and most creative things the publisher did was to send out a teddy bear with each galley proof. Hence, I now have a teddy bear named after me. I'm SOOOOO excited about that. What more can one want from life than to have a teddy bear named for them!”
Heavenreaders, you will realize the extra meaning of teddy bear when you know that, as part of her unhappy childhood, Lois was forced to destroy her favorite teddy bears.
Lois goes on to extol her publisher. It’s not every writer who has magnificent things to say about her publisher.
“I feel VERY blessed. My publisher, Robert D. Reed Publishers, was beyond wonderful. They were everything one could want from a publisher and tons more!”
Patch Adams is also a contributor to this book. Remember the movie about him? I forget who the other contributors are, but I will say more as soon as I receive my copy of the book.
I am so happy for Lois. I think she has a best seller here. And I am well aware that her book could well be Heaven’s major entrée into the world.
After I read Lois’ story, I knew deeply that there is no one and nothing in my life that ever needed forgiveness. Any hurts I harbored were NOTHING. Do you know what I mean?
Blessings and love,