Personal Effects: What Recovering the Dead Teaches Me about Caring for the Living by Robert A. Jensen, a review by CMcE Crazy Book Fanatic
This book actually pulled at my inner being. After more than twenty years of dealing with countless deaths of all kinds. You see people, not as people (at least for me ), yet more as an object, another broken thing that now needs to be tossed away, so you can move on to the newest better thing. But the way Jensen writes, this book makes people, people again. Someone’s loved one, a lost soul longing to be found reconnected with their families and friends. It teaches to hold on, pass on. Personal objects are more than just stuff they tell a story. The story of us, and that is what will last and should be remembered.
5 out of 5 stars