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September 29, 2016

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October 30, 2009
I'm so sorry for the loss of your beautiful Molly. May her light live on through all of the people she's touched.
October 30, 2009
Drawn by her beautiful picture, I just read the story about Molly on Boston.com. What a wonderful account of her spirit and life. God bless her and her family.

Peace be with you all.
October 30, 2009
Dear Eisenberg Family,
Like many others who have posted comments here, I do not know you or your precious Molly but felt compelled to write. What a gift Molly was to your family and to many others. As the Mother of a 27 year old young woman, I cannot imagine the pain you feel right now.
Please know that you daughter and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. I hope you cherish all the wonderful memories and keep them close to your heart.
With sadness and sympathy,
Ellen Walsh
October 30, 2009
An inspiring story of how we should all approach life. The family should be proud of the life and example Molly led.

How small are the petty inconveniences that we all endure every day and complain about.

To those of you reading this, please take Molly's example and smile, enjoy life, be nice to those you interact with every minute of every day and slow down for a second to consider how your actions words and attitude affect those around you.

Bless you Molly Eisenberg. You didn't deserve this.
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