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Wednesday, February 04, 2015

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Ardi

What a thoughtful and thought full post, Roz. Since our Mom didn't live to be 60, she did give us a good idea of what is important and how to die, peacefully. The last few months of her life were precious - all of her daughters knew that and gathered near and even after she passed away, we found little things to remind us about life and living. In her Bible, a tiny scrap of paper that said, "Whether or not I live, spring will come." She died on the first day of Spring. Thank you for jogging my memory.

Gracie

There's nothing like Death's Cafè here in Italy or Midwives organization (or nothing I heard of). It's simply beautiful that you can get some help about a fact of our lives, all of us have to die one day, it's the only thing that's sure the moment we were born. Thanks for sharing and yes, I remember your degree, given the fact you helped my daughter took hers.

Jamie Chavez

Love this. I'm passing it on to some friends. xox

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