Felice and Ira Zaslow’s love story spanned almost four decades, from the beaches of Far Rockaway to a comfortable suburban existence on the south shore of Long Island. She taught school while he commuted to Lehman Brothers in the World Trade Center. As their sons grew up, they appreciated each day and looked forward to growing old together. Then came the morning of September 11, 2001.

Through the days, weeks, and months that followed, Felice had to find her way through trauma to healing—a path that every grieving person must navigate. For readers going through their own dark night of the soul, Felice’s story may help you fight your own path, knowing that there is always another way to look at things. This remarkable and inspiring memoir puts a very personal face on a national tragedy, facing down the darkness by looking for the light that is always present.