My deepest sympathies go out to the family, friends, and fellow colleagues of the most gifted, talented, honest and open clinicians and human beings I have been privileged and blessed to have known. Sometimes as a colleague, other times as a client! One never had to wonder what Keith was thinking, he would tell you. Sometimes in such a way you would never know what hit you. A good shock and awe!! You would not think someone could be that honest or open. But were always pleasantly surprised when you thought about it, you would know he was right! One came away thinking why can't I be that honest? When I first was given the news, the tears came, but quickly, thanks to what Keith taught me, I was able to hear him saying Ellis's and R E T's words, "you would like it to be some other way, it is not, move on." The easiest words to read, but the hardest to do for ourselves and to teach our clients. I hope Keith doesn't mind if I take a little bit longer this time to move on. I will try to remember what I consider to be the greatest advice he ever gave me that I have tried to pass on to my clients--"sometimes in life, in some situations, one can only get through it, not over it. The key is to figure out the difference. And not beat yourself up about not being able to get over it!" So well done good and faithful servant, go rest high on that mountain now. You have done better than well, gooder than good. Rest in the arms of the Great Counselor. I hope they can import Irish whiskey up there. If not I will have a few Bulleits in your honor! Slainte!