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As a hospice chaplain, I have the privilege of observing life through the eyes of my patients and their families. I have found what matters in life changes when you are counting what’s left of it in days, hours, or minutes. So this is a field journal, as it were, written from my walks with others through the valley of the shadow of death. I don’t find creeds and dogmas very comforting to my patients. I am not religious and do not advocate one theology or doctrine over another. Everyone finds and expresses meaning and connection in their own way. I try to help foster and deepen those meaningful connections between friends and family members. I will be reporting what works here. As you face the challenges life brings you, you too can benefit from the life lessons learned from the dying. Thanks for visiting this site. I hope you will come back often to be encouraged and reminded of what matters most in life. Blessings on your journey!

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  1. May 2, 2012 2:43 am

    What a wonderfully compassionate thing it is that you do.

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