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A story of a good death

"We must believe that inside, where our spirits live, there is an understanding, a belief, in those people we have loved and who have loved us, that they will live…
May 31, 2022

A story of a good death

“We must believe that inside, where our spirits live, there is an understanding, a belief, in those people we have loved and who have loved us, that they will live in us even if they are far away. And perhaps more important these days is that our physical presence is less important than the voices that whisper through space and time into their ears, hearts, and souls, saying that we are, truly, here.

It may not be much solace, but it’s all we have.”

Carol Ewig is a retired teacher who blogs at Teaching-365.com and can be reached on Twitter @carol_ewig.

She shares her story and discusses her KevinMD article, “A story of a good death.”

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