Re: To console one's grief
- Hi Sharani,
I disagree, "Death and Reincarnation" would be a good book.
Also, "The Soul's Journey", "The Silence of Death" - check out the
for it has the entire book, and also these ones for quotes:
And there are many more if you go to:
and put in death as the search word.
Over 1,700 excerpts you will find on the topic.
I do hope I have been of some help.
--- In Sri_Chinmoy_Inspiration@yahoogroups.com, sharani_sharani
> Hello all:
> One of my co-workers with whom I am fairly friendly just lost her
> year old sister to cancer last Sunday night. She is also survivedby a
> 14-year old son and husband. I was wondering if any of you hadadvice
> or experience in choosing some of Sri Chinmoy's writings topossibly
> share with her in her deep grief. I can recall countless stories ofowns "The
> individuals sharing Sri Chinmoy's writings and photos with family
> members in the final stages of their life but am less familiar with
> which books might be appropriately offered in sympathy for the
> individual mourning the loss of a loved one. She attended a World
> Harmony Concert in Rhode Island some years back and already
> Wings of Joy." I wish to offer her my sincere consolation andwould be
> grateful if anyone has recommendations. Finally, I somehow feelthat
> "Death and Reincarnation" would not be an appropriate choice whenher
> grief is so fresh but I'm open to convincing if you disagree.