Maybe it´s my skepticism that arises or something, but I just did not click with the book, but I have to admit that it is probably better suited for other audiences.
I can understand the stories as a need to hang onto something rather than true signs. So I guess if it helps the grieving process for someone, it is a good thing, wether I believe or not in it is irrelevant.
It´s I guess easier for somebody who lost someone to see a butterfly as a sign that the other person is around, but my cynical self cannot help to wonder if it was a cockroach or a rat, would they´ve thought the same? Can´t someone watch over from a nastier creature?
If you are not open to this kind of content, run away from this book, but if you are more open to the supernatural and mysticism, go ahead, it is a good read.
Paperback: 384 pages
Publisher: Chicken Soup for the Soul; Original edition (February 28, 2012)
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