2011 Best Buddhist Writing of 2011 2010 London Book Festival Grand Prize Winner, Best International Book 2010 London Book Festival Best International Inspirational Book MYSELF.COM This is a..book to change how you plan on living out the rest of your days. JOAN HALIFAX-AUTHOR, BEING WITH DYING A wonderful, wise, and deeply personal book that brings you closer to the bone of life. USA TODAY-LOUISE BRANSON Deeply personal Journey…an inspiration and a compassionate guide for others. KQED-PERSPECTIVES EDITOR, MARK TRAUTWEIN In this book we learn what Stan Goldberg has learned about death’s many gifts WINDMIND Part memoir and part practical guide, this book should be of interest to us all, and in particular to those of us wondering how to best help our loved ones as they approach the end of life.Whether your primary concern is for your own family, or for yourself in facing the eventual loss of a loved one, this book will provide a useful and poignant guide for traversing this final terrain. GEORGE MARK CHILDREN’S HOUSE, JOHN GOLENSKI, ED.D. (PAST DIRECTOR) Recommended for anyone who hopes for connection and joy in this life. NPR-THIS I BELIEVE, MARY JO GEDIMAN ..presents opportunities for emotional and spiritual growth for all of us on life’s journey BONNIE CEHOVET, AUTHOR, BOOK REVIEWER This is a “must read”..for anyone facing the care giving for a terminal patient..a very positive book..that can be returned to time and time again SACRAMENTO BOOK REVIEW It’s a rare self-help book that actually lives up to its title…Readers are fortunate that Goldberg has learned and lived these lessons and can share them so ably. INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF HOSPICE AND PALLIATIVE CARE ..A very insightful collection of stories of his experiences, reflecting on matters such as forgiveness, letting go, giving, and compassion HOSPICE VOLUNTEER ASSOCIATION, GREG SCHNEIDER, FOUNDER & DIRECTOR His life experiences…places him in an inimitable position to teach others about death’s impact on life.