A few days before Thanksgiving 2014, author Chris Stepien found himself in an oncologist s office. But he wasnt the patient. Stepiens wife, Ellen, was just beginning her battle with aggressive breast cancer. That day, while listening to the oncologists treatment strategy, Stepien began writing Dying to Be Happy: Discovering the Truth About Life.
In the pages of this book, a brush with a life-threatening disease sparks a frank discussion on mortality. The author explores the prospects of embracing death on a daily basis versus denying it. He encourages readers to follow the advice of Jesus Christ: always be ready for the end of life. Along the way, Stepien highlights a spectrum of short, true stories where people rise above the fear of death, including the harrowing account of a child who survived the Holocaust -- Stepiens own mother.
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