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What Love Looks Like

Today is the sixth anniversary. It happened on a Saturday morning, not unlike this one. David died looking up at a bright blue spring sky. Warm sunshine beaming down. 391 more words


Sacred Ground

Today a friend emailed asking for prayer for her neighbor who has been given only weeks to live since the MRI showed her cancer has spread. 1,045 more words

When there is no death

There will be no more killing when there is no more dying or death. That is, it is killed because it dies. And when there is no dying or no death, thus there will not be killing because there cannot be dying or death! 39 more words


End of the Ride

My phone rang as I was exercising at home on the last day of March. The hospice nurse attending to Mom called to suggest I get down there soon. 1,640 more words


When I Go

I don’t know if it is a symptom of my mental illness, or just my character, but I think about death every day. If anything goes wrong or feels different in my body, I think it is terminal. 458 more words


Something to live for: HBO and sex

My health, my energy and my spirits are so up-and-down I really don’t know how I’m doing anymore.

In the past month, I have peed blood, sat down mid-stairway, napped all day, puked and fought for each breath. 403 more words

Eternity in Our Hearts

Yet God has made everything beautiful for its own time. He has planted eternity in the human heart, but even so, people cannot see the whole scope of God’s work from beginning to end. 89 more words