Mischke show notes: Jan. 14, 2010
Today on Citypages.com's 'In The Stream' with T.D. Mischke:
- How much hope, inspiration and transformation can bloom inside the walls of prison? Dr. Jennifer Salima Holt, PhD, discovered the answer to that and other questions after volunteering for several years leading grief and loss groups in U.S. women's prisons. That life-changing experience -- not only for Holt, who describes herself today as a "New Thought Muslim" -- but her imprisoned subjects as well -- yielded a compelling new book, Sacred Gateway of Grief and Loss: Freeing the Imprisoned Soul.
The water's wicked wet-heads.
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