Who would name their child Nameless? I did. As a scared, pregnant 15-year old girl, I believed the child living within me was nothing but a lifeless mass. The nightmare of my abortion experience left me suicidal, withdrawn and incapable of fully loving another human being. Twenty-five years later, I stumbled upon a child's name on the Internet meaning qNameless.q It was then that I came face-to-face with a scar hidden so deep; it would take a miracle to bring it to the surface. Nameless No More is the powerful, true story of one woman's journey to find complete healing from the emotional, psychological, and spiritual wounds caused by abortion. Along the way, she discovers that the web of guilt, fear and lies she had woven around her heart to keep her abortion a secret had instead imprisoned her. A miraculous encounter paves the road towards forgiveness, healing and ultimately, true freedom. All of us have suffered the pain and regret of past choices. The wounds of abortion are especially difficult as we often hesitate to talk about them. Whether you've lost children to abortion, know someone who has, or simply would like a better understanding of the enduring harms of abortion, Nameless No More is guaranteed to touch your heart. Shadia's extraordinary true story of courage and hope serves as a beautiful reminder that our journeys of healing just may lead us to a place we never expected.grabbed my overnight bag, and plugged my iPod into my car stereo before heading toward the freeway. Since I had never been to the hotel before, I gave myself plenty of time even though I expected Saturday morning traffic would be light.
|Title||:||Nameless No More|
|Publisher||:||Shadia Hrichi - 2010-08-01|