Category Archives: Death

In This Moment of Loss – What You Can Do

Yesterday I glanced at the online news early in the day and saw the words “shooting” and “school.” I intentionally slapped my Mac shut because in that moment I couldn’t face it. I had a feeling it was bad. Only late … Continue reading

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What Legacy Will You Leave?

We all have a story we want to share–the story that tells who we are and what motivates us to do what we do. This story describes the values that guide us to make certain choices, and what we learned … Continue reading

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In Memory Of Halina…and the Shadow Side of Service

It seems fitting on Memorial Day that I write a memorial of my own. My 84-year-old neighbor and friend Halina Kiesig died this past week in her assisted living home. Among a host of other problems, she suffered from congestive … Continue reading

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