Previously issued as How My Death Saved My Life
If I Can Forgive, So Can You is the remarkable autobiography of author Denise Linn. In this triumphant memoir, Denise speaks with a compassionate yet fiery conviction born of deep pain, as she describes overcoming an abusive childhood and the terror of being struck down by a gunman’s bullet. With deep insight, she shares her consequent revelations beyond death’s door. From the mundane to the mystical, follow Denise’s inner and outer journeys as she grows up in disparate placesfrom an abandoned Army barracks, to the slums of Chicago, to an Ohio farming community, to a Midwestern historical house. Travel with her as she’s fired upon by a plane in Yugoslavia, is teargassed during antiwar riots, delves into the political and sexual revolution of the ’60s, lives in a Buddhist monastery, and explores native cultures to become one of the world’s most sought-after speakers and a best-selling author. Thousands of people worldwide have attended her lectures . . . and now, for the first time, theyand youcan read the fascinating story behind this internationally renowned woman.