The book in many ways is not a religious book. It is a book about God and our relationship with him. The author does not profess to have any spiritual contact with God, but his life's experience seem to have channeled his mind and thoughts to a God who is so different to our image of God that most religions have today. Fear seems to be the guiding force behind most religions, but fear of God plays no part in the God the author portrays. The life that we live on this earth is a separate life that plays no part in the life we go to when we die. The book opens up a new world for us to live in. A world in which all nationalities could come together as a family and live at last in harmony and peace.
The new second edition of the best-selling resource, "Palliative Practices From A to Z for the Bedside Clinician", contains the useful listings you have come to rely on regarding issues surrounding the clinical, psychosocial, and spiritual care of patients with life-limiting malignancy.Issues from advance directives and anemia to xerostomia and zoster are examined with the same level of detail and conciseness as in the first edition.This new edition also provides you with a thorough examination of the evidence from which competent practice is described.If you are involved in the palliative care of patients with cancer, you will want to carry this second edition as you walk the path with your patients and their families.