By Jack Canfield, Mark Victor Hansen
Whether you're a devotee of the sequence or a first-time sampler, you can find this most up-to-date element of fowl Soup for the Soul either riveting and heartwarming. Jack Canfield and Mark Victor Hansen have woven one other tapestry of undying stories and encouraging knowledge. This treasury is a tribute to lifestyles and humanity, with subject matters ranging the whole emotional and experiential gamut. the character of the tales invitations you to get pleasure from poultry Soup in no matter what approach you discover such a lot comforting—by the spoonful, by way of the bowl, or the complete pot in a single sitting.
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Dick DeVos president, Amway Corporation “The Chicken Soup for the Soul series has been outstanding and an emotional lift for millions of people around the world causing us all to laugh and cry. Mark and Jack have also discovered the universal principle of sharing financial blessings with others by donating a portion of sales to worthy charities. com We tell ourselves stories in order to live. Joan Didion With love and appreciation we dedicate this book to the more than 20 million people who have purchased, read and shared the fourteen Chicken Soup for the Soul books with their families, friends, business partners, employees, students and congregations, and to the over five thousand readers who have sent us stories, poems, cartoons and quotes for possible inclusion in A 5th Portion of Chicken Soup for the Soul.
The family stayed at Kids’ Village in Kissimmee, where Make-A-Wish houses its guests. It’s superbly designed and well executed for its purpose, and wonderfully supported by local businesses. Disney (and other) characters come there—the lovely young lady who plays Snow White was particularly angelic in her attention to my little buddy—and they often come on their own time and out of uniform to spell the parents in their duties. Walt Disney would be proud of them. Rick and Eileen allowed me to spell them too.
You get to sit there and watch poisons drip into your child’s bloodstream. You are the one who has to be strong for a child who occasionally gets discouraged. Every time you return to the hospital, you learn about another child—oh, God, not her, she has the same disease that . . You learn to decode what the doctors and nurses tell you, searching for hope among the circumlocutions. And there’s always the lingering fear that someday you will leave this place for the last time, and the wrong reason.