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ELISSA AL-CHOKHACHY - Miraculous Moments: True Stories Affirming That Life Goes On

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Elissa Al-Chokhachy is a graduate of New England Baptist Hospital School of Nursing, Boston College School of Nursing, and Hood College Graduate School. She works as a hospice nurse for Merrimack Valley Hospice and a health care counselor for North Shore Community College. Board certified in hospice and palliative care nursing, Elissa is a fellow in thanatology: the study of death, dying and bereavement. Elissa is also the author of two children’s books: -The Angel with the Golden Glow: A Family’s Journey Through Loss & Healing, 1999 -How Can I Help, Papa? A Child’s Journey Through Loss & Healing, 2001. Her new book, Miraculous Moments: True Stories Affirming That Life Goes On, is a moving collection of eighty-eight testimonials of after death communication, nearing death awareness and near death experiences. Elissa spent over a decade collecting uplifting stories for this book and its companion book for bereaved parents to follow. Without a doubt, Miraculous Moments provides invaluable reassurance that love and life are eternal. Dr.Rose does not agree that there is life after death and has doubts about the meanings attributed to near death experiences, but will give Elissa full opportunity to explain why she does. The following will be what she requested as part of the interview. QUESTIONS 1) Where did you get the idea for this book? 2) Did the concept of the book change over time, or is the final project what you had envisioned from the start? 3) How did you go about collecting stories from people who have seen, heard, and felt love from their family, friends and acquaintances in spirit? 4) What were some of the challenges of uncovering these firsthand and intimate accounts – of receiving signs, messages and even hugs from family members who have crossed over?

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