Remember, I Love You: Martha's Story

Remember I Love You Martha s Story Tradition has it that the great Nizamuddin Awliyya after hearing this allegory from his disciple Khusru placed a benediction on the work It is widely believed that those who hear it will be restored

  • Title: Remember, I Love You: Martha's Story
  • Author: Charlie W. Shedd
  • ISBN: 9780060672607
  • Page: 262
  • Format: Paperback
  • Tradition has it that the great Nizamuddin Awliyya, after hearing this allegory from his disciple Khusru, placed a benediction on the work It is widely believed that those who hear it will be restored to health.

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    1 thought on “Remember, I Love You: Martha's Story”

    1. This was a very warm and touching biography of Charlie Shedd telling the long life story of his wife of 48 years. Many emotions were triggered as he took us through their 48 year journey of new love, strong love, hate-love, eternal love, and unconditional love. He shows us how a couple lives through the ups and downs, trials and tribulations, good and bad, arguments and disagreements, and setbacks and build ups. This author used a circular story-line, where he starts from the death of his wife, [...]

    2. This is a beautiful biographical eulogy written by Charlie about Martha, his beloved wife of 48 years. He shares stories of their early days, of growing in honesty, of learning to love and fight and make pace, of parenting, of pastoring, of living, and of dying. Theirs is an honestly touching story of loving for a lifetime.Plot: CWriting: BVocabulary: BLevel: EasyRating: PG (death by cancer)Worldview: Christian

    3. This was one of the most inspiring books that I read when I first entered teaching years ago. Charlie Shedd lost his beloved Martha, but her love lives on in him and the high school students that she loved and taught. Martha's life was the personification of the education cliche, "They don't care how much you know until they know how much you care."

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