Category: Death

When Tomorrow Starts Without Me

Life and death. The two most basic components of every living person and thing on earth. It was once said that the two most certain things in life are death and taxes. Each one of us will pass on from this world someday and… Continue Reading “When Tomorrow Starts Without Me”

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Poems of Comfort in Times of Grief

Simply put…a two poems of comfort for times of grief.   The Moment That You Died The moment that you died My heart was torn in two One side filled with heartache The other died with you.   I often lie awake at night… Continue Reading “Poems of Comfort in Times of Grief”

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An Angel’s Hand

The death and loss of a loved one, family or friend, is never easy. There are times when it comes unexpected and other instances when it arrives after a long period of time. I have experienced this kind of loss with dear friends of… Continue Reading “An Angel’s Hand”

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Unconditional Friendship

There is nothing more special and meaningful in a person’s life to have that one or two special friends that you hold the closest and dearest to your heart. It was once said that truly great friends are hard to find, difficult to leave,… Continue Reading “Unconditional Friendship”

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The Story of the Christmas song, “I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day”

In March of 1863, 18-year-old Charles Appleton Longfellow walked out of his family’s house on Brattle Street in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and—unbeknownst to his family—boarded a train bound for Washington, D.C., traveling over 400 miles across the eastern seaboard in order to join President Lincoln’s Union… Continue Reading “The Story of the Christmas song, “I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day””

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Kafka and the Doll

Death, grief, despair: these scorns of life are devastating. Death is arguably the most sorrowful time an individual can experience in life. Most unfortunate is when people encounter death within a family, a friendship, or an acquaintance. Sometimes, the loss can hurt so bad… Continue Reading “Kafka and the Doll”

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The Chair

It is an amazing thing to me, what people do to cope with the unfortunate circumstances and situations that they have been dealt in their lives. Some people will become pessimistic, despondent, isolated, and secluded…shutting off their friends, family and the rest of the… Continue Reading “The Chair”

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Navigating the Seas of Grief and Despair

The death of a close friend, a dear sibling or spouse, or a loving relative can lead a person to great depths of grief, despair and hurt. There are times when the death seems like a blessing because the person was suffering from an… Continue Reading “Navigating the Seas of Grief and Despair”

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A Man and a Fork

There was a young man who had been diagnosed with a terminal illness and had been given three months to live. So as he was getting his things ‘in order,’ he contacted his Priest and had him come to his house to discuss certain… Continue Reading “A Man and a Fork”

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Why Teachers Are Heroes

I have been a teacher and a coach for 30 years. My mother was a teacher for more than 45 years and my wife, and now recently, my son, are teachers. It have always found it intriguing, personally as a teacher and coach, and… Continue Reading “Why Teachers Are Heroes”

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Saying Goodbye Can Be the Hardest Thing

I recently came across an incredibly heartwarming story on USHumor.com (not a funny story), that will melt your heart and maybe bring a tear to your eye. There are millions of people who have pets. Their pets become like another person in their family.… Continue Reading “Saying Goodbye Can Be the Hardest Thing”

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A Tale From A Deathbed

Every once in a while, I come across a story that touches my heart, brings a smile to my face and a giggle to my soul. Such is the case with today’s story.  Doug Smithberger is on his deathbed at Allegheny General Hospital and… Continue Reading “A Tale From A Deathbed”

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