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Iris Fisher Smith's stories of family, friends, and health will show the importance of sticking together with those you love. She had an Italian grandmother, who, in her teens, idolized Bonnie and Clyde; a father who was friends with Leonard Nimoy; a mother who attended school with the Boston Strangler, and more. This family provides a rich history that shaped the author's life and personality. When Life becomes challenging, this is the time we need each other the most. It is important to laugh and play together and enjoy each other’s company.
About the Author
Iris Fisher Smith grew up in Boston in an Italian/Jewish Russian culture. She comes from a large family. She enjoys spending time with her family and friends doing special activities. She enjoys music and writing. Smith has been strengthened by God's grace throughout the many challenges she has faced with her health. Leaning on God and close friends and family members has made all the difference. She is also known as a woman of prayer and faith by her friends and family.
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- Amazon Customer
started a little slow then WOW I didn't want to stop listening, I loved the history with world events, movie's, music etc. I laughed and I cried, I very much enjoyed the Vulnerability and openness of the lifetime of experiences, Joy's and challenges and how very important people and God are in our lives not only for ourselves but for others. I agree that we are "Never Alone"
- Janice Belitsky
Honest and Heartwarming
This is one of the most honest and heartwarming books I've ever read.
In the hours that I was immersed in Never Alone, I had the feeling that I was spending quality time with a friend. Richly detailed recollections invited me into vibrant conversations and spaces that Iris shared with her parents, siblings, grandparents, aunt's, uncles, husband and son, and friends. Their lovable personalities remind me of my own, never alone, family and inspire me to proudly claim my relatives more boldly than ever before.
I especially loved the chapters in which Iris allows charming glimpses into her keen perceptions as a young child, the little triumphant moments, and easy playtime with siblings, friends, and simpler toys. From her youngest years, Iris gravitated to the kitchen where her Grandma Leah Jean imparted sound advice along with lessons in cooking. She talks freely about her early spiritual curiosity, being raised in an interfaith family, and her journey to a deeply affirmed trust in God.
For much of Iris's life, there were significant health challenges that didn't reveal an accurate diagnosis until many years later. She made no time for pity and kept moving forward on a unique trail to the accomplished woman who wrote this book. She possesses innate courage to move beyond insecurities and doubts, and engages everyone she meets with sincerity and openness.
There is wisdom in this book. With earned compassionate insight, Iris imparts the significance of her faith, her family, and her friendships. Whether immediate or somewhat later - - unbreakable fortitude, unfaltering acceptance, unwavering commitment, and unconditional love are the sturdy threads that weave her family's tight bond. I laughed a lot, I cried a little bit, and couldn’t pull myself away from this endearing family. Long after the last page, Iris Fisher Smith's memoir is still with me.
Never Alone is a wonderful autobiography that you won't want to put down. This is a book that feeds the soul. Don't wait to receive its offerings of assurance and inspiration.
The book explains real life trials and tribulations in a way that the reader can relate to and if the books mission is understood could learn from.