November 7th, 2013
Episode 108 of 157 episodes
How does a life threatening illness create a sudden 'break in the narrative'? Should we have an expectation that we can perpetuate the status quo? What happens when all of that begins to fall away? Join us for a candid discussion as author and speaker, Nora Gallagher gives her honest portrait of an illness. Nora Gallagher is an American writer of memoir, fiction and essays whose work, as one reviewer put it,” is renewing the language of ultimate concerns.” Her most recent book, Moonlight Sonata at the Mayo Clinic, is a memoir that explores her experience with a baffling affliction poised to take her sight. A map of illness, uncertainty, and faith that is both meditative and highly relatable for anyone who has experienced life-threatening illness or supported a loved one who has. For more information visit http://www.noragallagher.org/
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