The Way of Letting Go
INTRODUCTION BY MALCOLM GLADWELL
New York Times Bestselling Author
One Woman 's Walk toward Forgiveness
By WILMA DERKSEN
This is a really powerful book and a very compelling read with a highlights a profound paradox to achieve some degree of control over one's life and emotions in the face of grief, one has to do the opposite let go of control. With this book you will found a way to redeem the seemingly irredeemable. After living through a parent's worst nightmare, The author of this book Wilma Derksen, she devoted herself to the hard work of forgiveness, dissecting each stage with a surgeon's skill. The practical wisdom that has emerged could only come from someone who strained to forgive the unforgivable and somehow succeeded about what she learned along the way bring s hope to all of us who struggle with the most difficult necessary task. This is how the healing process the answer is love and compassion for all of humanity. When the Nazarene said the we should forgive seventy times seven, he was telling us that forgiveness should be a habit, a way of life. Forgiveness is not for the person who has wronged us; it is for us to forgive it all - it setting us Free. Wilma Derksen is an international speaker and consultant on victimization and criminal justice. She had told her story and facilitates support group of survivors of homicide dialogues between victims and inmates in prison and a lot more from her life experience sharing to all of us inside this book. I highly recommend to everyone must to read this book. " I received this book free from the publisher through the BookLook Bloggers in exchange for this review "