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Asia Cottom lived eleven short years on this earth. Her tragic death on Flight #77 on 9/11 is forever etched in the hearts of the countless people who loved her. But her wise and influential life, her positive attitude, and profound faith in God are her true legacy.
You may love God with all your heart and soul, yet not understand what He is doing. In Asia’s New Wings, Clifton and Dr. Michelle Cottom, along with family and friends, walk beside you, sharing their thoughts and offering compassion to help you come to a place of acceptance, when trying to make sense of suffering great loss. The people in this book have learned to come to terms with what God allows, and are now in a place where they can help heal others. If you have gone—or are going through—the “valley of despair,” you will find comfort and empathy from those who care. You will also find hope and the strength to move forward as you rediscover your life.
What Asia's parents and all those who loved her went through, healed from, and learned will bring comfort and relief to those who travel down the road of loss. Reading and experiencing Asia's story will truly bring healing and life to all who turn these pages.
Clifton and Michelle Cottom live in Prince George’s County, Maryland and they have one son, Isiah. The Cottoms are the co-founders and executive board members of the Asia SiVon Cottom (ASC) Memorial Scholarship Fund.
We had a horrible event take place in the United States. That is one event that we will never forget, nor will we ever forget those who lost their lives. This is the story about one of those children that we lost on 9/11. Asia was a beautiful young girl who was minding her own business, who had never hurt anyone but was killed because the plane she was in was hijacked. This is the story of how her parents lived through the unthinkable. The hope that their story would be able to help others with grief. I really think that this book is something that anyone who is suffering through a loss should read. I give this book a 5/5. I was given this book for a review and all opinions are mine. Freedom is not free.