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Most helpful customer reviews 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful. A place to rest and renew. By Joy Anton I am a caregiver, yoga and meditation teacher, and previously a long time hospice volunteer. I was given this book as a gift from a fellow hospice volunteer. I love this little jewel of a book. It brings comfort, inspiration, and relief in the sometimes challenging work of doing my best to hold a safe space for someone in my care who is aging, ill, mentally declining , or dying. I have referred friends to this book, and given it as gifts to others who care for their loved ones, as a way of assisting the caregivers that I know. This book is a reminder of the preciousness of each life, one moment, each day, every breath, that we may let go of our agenda in offering care, that we may allow for the natural flow of life to be experienced. 2 of 2 people found the following review helpful. Lots of wisdom in a little book By Arnold M Kaestner William and Nancy Martin have done an excellent job of placing some of the ancient wisdom of Tao into a compassionate, hands-on little book that is meaningful to caregivers as well as informing the important aspects of caring for others. In the light of 15 years of Stephen's Ministry I relate to just about every one of the 81 poems. Time and time again I say, "yes, they have hit the nail on the head". They write from practical experience with caring for loved ones. I have purchased copies for each member of our church's Care Team as well as finding myself rereading and reflecting often. 4 of 4 people found the following review helpful. My companion by her bed By Freda This wonderful book has become my friend and source of courage and strength as I sit by my mother these early days after her stroke. Fear, resentment, despair and horror have slowly dissolved into a softer, gentler state of being as I navigate my way through this unknown terrain. The book has become my companion as I sit by my mum's bedside. It has helped me to come to terms with my opportunity to be a companion to my mum, nothing more and nothing less. There are no other books I have found which have provided such comfort. The journey I travel is now one moment at a time, cherishing each experience. See all 26 customer reviews...
“Whether one is a caregiver by choice or obligation, Bill and Nancy Martin offer support, understanding, and the possibility of sustaining a healthy practice. If you feel stuck, frustrated, or especially challenged, The Caregiver’s Tao Te Ching shines a light on a path through difficult times.”— Richard Briggs, hospice educator“Whether you are caring for a family member or acting as a professional, the wisdom of Bill and Nancy Martin’s words shines through, illuminating the path for both the giver and receiver of care. They compassionately show us how caregiver and patient can be as one, moving gently together through a profound time in life. If taken to heart, their messages of peace and acceptance will help the caregiver find great meaning and fulfillment.”— Patricia Watters, RN, director, Paradise Hospice About the Author William Martin, a teaching guide at The Still Point Center for Zen Practice, is the author of five books on the Tao Te Ching, including The Parent’s Tao Te Ching. Nancy Martin, the founder of Zen Compassionate Care, is the director of The Still Point. They live in Chico, California.
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