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A year long journal of letters written to the author s late wife revealing his experiences and feelings as he goes through the year This was a moving and honest book that rang true. @Free Ebook õ Letters to Kate: Life after Life (Sightline Books) Ø Sorrow Is Not A State But A Process That Needs Not A Map But A History There Is Something New To Be Chronicled Every Day, Writes C S Lewis In A Grief Observed When Carl Klaus S Wife Of Thirty Five Years Died Suddenly From A Cerebral Hemorrhage, Right Before Thanksgiving In , He Took The Only Road Toward Recovery That Made Sense To Him He Started Writing Letters To Her, Producing A Unique History Of Grief, Solace, And Love His Vivid And Thoughtful Letters Will Resonate With Everyone Whose Loss Confronts Them With Emotional, Psychological, And Philosophical Questions For Which There Are No Easy AnswersDuring His First Year Without Kate, Carl Writes Himself Into The Life That Comes After The Life He Loved From Days Of Grief In The Darkness Of A Midwestern Winter, To Springtime, With A Return To Life In The Garden And A Memorial Service For Kate On A Sunny Afternoon, To Fall, With A Pilgrimage To Their Favorite Vacation Spot In Hawaii, Carl Documents His Year Long Experience Of Remembering, Meditating, And Evolving A New Life Individually His Letters Provide The Insights Of A Master Diarist Collectively, They Have The Arc Of A Master Essayist Recording The Full Range Of Mourning From Intense Shock To Moments Of Exceptional Affirmation, Klaus S Stories And Reflections On Loss Bear Witness To Universal Truths About The First And Most Significant Year Of Mourning What a sweet book In the vein of There seem to be as many books on grief as there are on crazy mothers, and why this one resonates for me in ways that C.S Lewis A grief observed has not managed to I don t know Maybe I ve just gottenfond of Carl Klaus than I knew The topic of being a widow er is compelling in the way that retirement was, though it occurs to me that one is a state I avidly hope to experience while the other one I hope evenfervently to avoid This one was better than 24,to talk about than his own precious identity although I should be muchpatient than I am with written explorations of precious identity I dreaded the coming of the fall along with him, the anniversary of her very sudden death, and felt better when it wasn t so bad after all I love creative non fiction I love peeking into people s lives and learning about real stuff This book was incredibly moving I m a romantic, and to me, this is the essence of romance His devotion to his wife, even after she is gone, is what I long to have, and what many people long to find in this life I had just gotten married several months before reading this book, so I feel like I was just beginning to understand that kind of commitment and love that can exist between a husband and wife I highly recommend this sweet, rich, and real love story, and am looking forward to reading it again someday.