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Learning from the Journey

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Learning from the Journey

Part I The past thirty days has been quite a journey. Along the way, I discovered a few valuable things about myself, my family, and life in general. And isn’t that what our journey through life is all about—discovery, reflection, and understanding? On January 9th, my mother died. She was 94 years-old and until a […]

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Surprise Funeral?

I recently red where a 28 year-old Egyptian man was declared dead but later regained consciousness. I’d say the doctor in that situation missed a few vital signs. But the funniest part of the article was when it was reported that the man regained consciousness at his funeral and then “celebrated with the other attendees.” […]

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I’m a Funeral Junkie

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OK, so I like funerals.  Is that weird? I didn’t like them so much when I was young but as I got older, they grew on me.  Now, I enjoy them. Funerals are an odd mixture of grief, humor, re-connected relationships, and food.  I guess you could say they’re all about life, love, and laughter. […]

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