Illness, big and small, plays a role in every human life. How we respond to it-both the one who is ill and those who work to heal and support those who suffer-can define us and our character. In All Shall Be Well, the author uses stories from a medical practice and work as a teacher and healer to demonstrate the power of the human spirit. Derived from three decades of the author's personal experiences, this compilation of inspirational stories includes examples of parents, spouses, and children who found fortitude through faith, hope, and love. All Shall Be Well confirms one of the great truths of life-that in our attempts to heal and help others, we heal our own soul. Framed in reflections based on the Lord's Prayer, the author writes with a poet's insight into the mysterious tragedies and triumphs of daily life. All Shall Be Well is restorative for the soul.