Meet Mary, an ordinary working mom - until she dies on the operating table after being struck by a bus. Skilled surgeons help her return from the precipice of death to begin the healing process for the normal life she is able to live. While trying to regain her lost memory of the accident, Mary is introduced to a new doctor by her co-worker, Meg, a reporter in search of a story. Through hypnosis, Dr. Lee leads Mary into a world of experiences unknown even to him except through theory. Here she is guided into an awareness and understanding of the Silver Strands connecting each person to every other person.
_____________________________________ "This book is dedicated to my lovely mother, Marie Tedesco, who imbued in me the precious essence of life: We are all connected to each other in one way or another. My mother's philosophy is simple:"We may never know how far-reaching our actions - good or bad may be."
"The Universe is a complete unique entity. Everything and everyone is bound together with some invisible strings.
Do not break anyone's heart; do not look down on one weaker than you. One's sorry at the other side of the world can make the entire world suffer; one's happiness can make the entire world smile."
Eileen Bennett, a retired, award-winning reporter and editor, is a current blogger on Boardwalk Empire for the Press of Atlantic City; and has two books in Print: Amanda's Voice, and Incidental Tears. Eileen is a 25-year member of The Society of Professional Journalists, and has won numerous awards for her work. She lives with her husband in
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