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August 14, 2018

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February 10, 2018
We will miss you my very Dear Friend! Throughly enjoyed our time together at the Long Beach VA and the walks we used to have to the patient garden where we tried to make sense to world events around us!
January 11, 2018
From the teachings of the Talmud . . .

Two ships were once seen to be sailing near land. One of them was leaving the harbor, and the other was coming into port. Everyone was cheering the outgoing ship, celebrating to give it a hearty bon voyage. The incoming ship was barely noticed.

A sage was looking at this and he said to his student: I see here a paradox. Surely people should not rejoice at the ship leaving the harbor, since they do not know what destiny awaits it, what storms it may encounter, what dangers it may have to undergo. Rather, rejoice over the ship that has reached port safely and brought back all its passengers in peace.

It is the way of the world that when a human being is born, all rejoice; but when he dies, all sorrow. Rather, the opposite ought to be the case. No one can tell what troubles await the child on its journey to manhood and through life. But when a person has lived and dies in peace, all should rejoice, seeing that the man has completed the journey and is departing this world with the imperishable crown of a good name.

We extend to the family the traditional words of comfort of our people: "May you be consoled among the mourners of Jerusalem, may his soul be bound up in the bond of eternal life, may the Lord be his portion, and may his memory be for a blessing."

Edward & Phyllis Powers
Flint, Michigan
January 10, 2018
Mimi, Sending you and the family my condolences. Wishing you much peace that this difficult time.