Dawn Without Darkness

Posted on 02. Apr, 2008, in Death, GriefNo Comments

Watching a parent die can raise many questions. Helen Gallivan saw her own Mother go through a long and painful death, one which she calls an “unrelieved darkness.”  Watching her Mother loose hope, Helen struggled with her own faith. She tells the story to Eileen Good, a story, which ultimately bore fruit to her book, “Dawn without Darkness.”

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