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Words to Ponder

I spent the morning with a friend who had a brush with death and is now very confident about where she is going when she dies. There is no fear […]

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Before I Die…

“Riveting talks by remarkable people, free to the world.” That’s how ted.com describes its content. ted.com is a nonprofit devoted to ideas worth spreading. In 1984, it began as a […]

Alone…With God

There are lonely moments and there are “alone” moments – they are definitely different. Last night, I experienced an “alone” moment. Chris and I were in bed by 11:00 p.m. […]

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Funerals

A funeral is a death ritual…a meaningful death ritual. Funerals have beautiful potential for healing – for training people to be celebrants of life, rather than fearers of death.  Males and […]

Ehatare – Tender Moments

Harry Emil Lindstrom 1917 – 2012 Chris’ father died early this morning. Chris and I arrived at Ehatare, the Estonian nursing home, at 11:30 a.m yesterday and returned back home at […]

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Love Well, Live Well

You can certainly tell a lot about a person when you attend his/her funeral. The funeral home employees are always so polite, helpful and empathetic but they can’t cover for […]

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