by author/Neighborcare co-founder maggie davis
"I love this book. It's a spiritual healing."
Gary Barg, publisher/editor-in-chief Today's Caregiver Magazine
"Masterful as it is memorable. . . captures, beautifully, the
power—and poignancy—of caring."
"Pure nourishment for the heart."
"Rarely has a book elicited in me such a wide range of emotion
as did this one."
"An inspiring collection of anecdotes and meditations on the
art of tender mercies.
"My copy of maggie davis's book Caring in Remembered Ways is
marked with margin notes and turned back pages. Wise words leap out
at me; 'Go slowly, delivering your kindness. Drizzle good like a pure
blessing rain.' . . . An excellent book for a clergy or women's discussion
"maggie davis has written a deeply caring and reflective
book for caregivers. Each page will touch your heart and inspire you
to become the caring and intentional caregiver you hope to be."
Additional praise may be found on the Caring in Remembered Ways page at amazon.com
maggie's most recent book, Caring in Remembered Ways, features caring in ways the heart knows—deep-seeing ways that express the best in us, that go beyond courtesy and kindness to the living compassion which embraces all the rest. The book celebrates the interconnectedness of all life and is a fifteen-years-later companion to her book, Choices of a Growing Woman.
"Sometimes we have a mission we will likely not accomplish in one lifetime; still, we travel toward that star. My mission is that all human beings will be inspired to be all they are and care for each other and all life in ways that feel true and beautiful and good. Imagine if we considered everyone family. Who would we harm then? Who wouldn't we love? Who ever would have to suffer, or die, alone?"
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