Losing someone you love is not the end, just like what happened to Kitty Caley. Author of Ultimate Love, she suffered the loss of her only child and decided to
Having a son and watching him grow into a healthy, likable young man brought immense joy to Kitty’s Caley’s life. Losing him when he was only twenty-seven was the ultimate agony.
This is Chip’s story, and Kitty’s too.
Caley eloquently chronicles THE ULTIMATE LOVE, seeing it from both the eyes of the victim and of those who love him. This story is of their struggle with a deadly and merciless disease at a time when little was known about it.
“The cover represents the heavenly essence of the light of God that Chip shared with his Mother while she was at his bedside…as he reached his weakened hand and arm to God revealing what he was spontaneously experiencing. Once the book is read the significance is in the spoken words.”
Being judged for what you suffer only intensifies the suffering. Why is this so? Our willingness to recover or heal suffers greatly, which could potentially lead to depression. As the
If the sorrow becomes too much, will there be enough space for pain and joy to share in a single person’s heart? When Kitty’s son was diagnosed with AIDS, her