The power of a broken heart... Finding strength and joy through loss

"My loved ones knew they were dying, and all three of them told me.  When Heather said, "Mommy, I'm going to die this year," I heard, but I didn’t listen.  When Holly jotted her note on the way toward her transplant surgery, when she told us she'd be fine with her sister, her grandmother, and God, I heard.  But I didn't listen.  And when Tim, her husband said, "I'm getting ready to blow my brains," I heard yet didn't believe it. 

This Week’s Guest

Terry Jones-Brady   Terry was born in Richmond, Virginia, and grew up in Honolulu and San Diego. She earned a Bachelor of Arts from the University of California, Berkeley. After graduation, she moved to New York City and studied acting, voice, and dance with the intent of making a career on the stage.

Terry Jones-Brady

Terry was born in Richmond, Virginia, and grew up in Honolulu and San Diego. She earned a Bachelor of Arts from the University of California, Berkeley. After graduation, she moved to New York City and studied acting, voice, and dance with the intent of making a career on the stage.

I am so honored and humbled to have my guest, Terry Jones-Brady on my show.  Terry is the Nautilus Book Award Winner for her book, "A Mosaic Heart...Reshaping the Shards of a Shattered Life."  She is a wife, a mother, an educator, an actress, and a strong and deeply spiritual person. 

Terry is real, authentic, and as heart breaking as her story is, she shares that through her experiences she found transformation and the opportunities that suffering offers for newfound wisdom and spiritual growth if we allow.

Listen in as she shares the signs and symbols as to why she chose to embellish her story with fragments from Shakespeare's plays and will offer you hope that life, with all its joys and tragedies, is meant to be lived fully, faithfully, and lovingly.

I hope you will join us.

 

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60 minutes
June 19, 2019
12pm PST/ 3pm EST
 

Takeaways

My guest, Terry Jones-Brady has endured more hardship than most of us could imagine. During this program we delve into the deaths of Terry’s two daughters to illness and then her husband to suicide. This episode is inspiring and a true reflection of how suffering can be used to a great good on our spiritual paths. Listen in as Terry shares the signs and symbols as to why she chose to embellish her story with fragments from Shakespeare's plays to offer evidence-based hope that life, with all its joys and tragedies, is meant to be lived fully, faithfully, and lovingly.