Four Walls Of My Freedom Paperback
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Top Customer Reviews
We all suffer from time to time, Nicholas suffers more than most. Thomson questions to what extent are we socially responsible to those less fortunate. What is the value of life in its' pure form, its' needful form, life without a job, with a job, life with a job as a caregiver? The caregivers' job does not embrace the 'village' unless it is sought out, as Thomson describes on this personal odyssey.
Thomson brings humility to her lifelong commitment of care giving and is even able to offer humour along the way. While we are not all necessarily caregivers, the story is relevant, investigating provocative thoughts, meant for humanity.
Most recent customer reviews
This is such an important book, not just for people in the disability community, but for anyone who cares about where we're going as a society. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Liz
I finally got around to reading The Four Walls of My Freedom while vacationing at the cottage. It wasn't what I expected at all. Read morePublished 5 months ago by diane white