[Reading] ➳ The Second Womb: Where Compassion Rescues Life (Nest #2) ➻ Anna-Karen Sorensen – E-inbusiness.co.uk

The Second Womb: Where Compassion Rescues Life (Nest #2) The Second Womb Is A Nest, The Sacred Place That We All Must Have To Complete Our Becoming Whether It Is The Warmth And Safety Required After The First Birth, Or It Is The Space Needed For Withdrawal And Reimagining, The Second Womb Is The Needed Surrogate A Compassionate Experience That Works Outside Of Time As It Helps In Healing This Is A Book Of Poetry That Has Seven Chapters They Deal With The Feminine, Our Sacred Spaces, The Isolation Of Thought, Large And Small Truths, Life And Its Rhythms, And Many Other Ruminations

About the Author: Anna-Karen Sorensen

Living in the Doctor s Nest is a compilation of stories about the life of a doctor who cares for extremely premature infants As the stories unfold, we learn about the challenges that she faced as she began to practice in her field and how she ultimately fulfilled her goal of developing specialized units for the extremely premature newborn Along the way, we meet her family and friends We get to know the nurses and respiratory therapists that provided the care, and we are introduced to the scorpions, the obstacles that lay in wait to derail the process along the way.

10 thoughts on “The Second Womb: Where Compassion Rescues Life (Nest #2)

  1. says:

    Very beautiful poetry that sticks with you The themes are universal but the words still felt deeply personal There were quite a few lines that grabbed me, like Compassion is the eye of the needle through which the tapestry of life is woven and Life is lived from the inside out Sorensen has an old school style that has a spiritual undertone, but the spirituality of her words is in no way isolating, it s a very relatable all encompassing kind of sp

  2. says:

    Simple, Beautiful, HauntingThis poetry collection is not for the faint of heart Dealing with issues of premature births, the loss of infants, and the toll that takes on everyone from parents to medical professionals, this collection will wrench the heart The collection features themes of sympathy, compassion, strength, heartbreak, hope, fear and love No molds are being broken here in terms of poetry The verses are easily identified and are filled with a

  3. says:

    Poetry is not normally my cup of tea, but the emotion Sorensen pours into this collection moved me in a way that kept me reading and wantingafter the last page She just has a way with her words that find a way to not just speak truth, but inspire us too, all the while educating us along the way One piece that stuck with me was The Authentic Life where it calls into question how to live the best life possible versus the worst life which would be like fading int

  4. says:

    The best word that can be used to describe this collection of poems is sweet Quite simply, this book was sweet in a way that made your heart yearn for a hug from a loved one, sweet in the way it spreads warmth through your body, sweet in the sense that there are gentle truths within these pages that affirm and validate like a healing embrace This book truly was like a hug And what brings that about in an evenimpactful way is reading about the author herself Anna Kare

  5. says:

    Sorensen places her heart and soul in this book of poetry The reader can feel the love in her written words she has knitted together to create a beautiful tapestry of sympathy, compassion, and truth She isn t afraid to explore universal themes on what seems like a deeply personal level One of my favorite lines is Life is lived from the inside out The writer has a true gift for verse.

  6. says:

    A beautiful collection of poetry that hits home and tugs in your heart strings .

  7. says:

    Lovely PoetryThis sweet book of poems is worth the read.I loved the caring and compassion that radiated from them Life lessons

  8. says:

    The poems in this book range from the whimsical to the absolutely heartbreaking They speak to our humanity in a way that is beautiful and accessible.

  9. says:

    I could tell that these poems were written with strong emotion, but I couldn t connect There are other people who will read the book and find the wordsresonant.

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