‘When Cedar Cathedrals Fall: Why All is Never Really Lost’ By Katie Phipps Hague

A true story of innocence lost, homelessness, betrayal, abandonment, and an eventual coming full-circle to embrace the beauty in the suffering and the very real power of generational and ancestral bonds.

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