When you lose someone you love,
you learn new things about them---often from strangers who were touched by the
one you lost. This book is about how
thirteen people touched the man who met them in his Funeral Home. Without ever knowing them personally---hearing
their laughter or seeing their tears---Eric Daniels describes how he's come to
understand and value the lives of those he tended to in death.
In today's busy and uncertain
world, the stories presented here are gentle reminders to appreciate the blessings
of each day. They are also a source of
comfort for those who've lost family and friends. The loved ones who've gone before us have
left legacies which are often worth sharing.
And thus, with surprising candor and compassion, Mr. Daniels passes the
torch to the reader, with a clear message: what you do each day really does
matter. Your legacy is at your