The influence and power of good never die

THAT'S PROBABLY a strong statement to lead off with, but over the years it is the key lesson I've learned when I've had to deal with the passing of people who have been close to me.

I've been thinking about this more than usual, because the practice of observing the anniversary of people's deaths is increasing. Along with this trend is a tendency to relive the events that led to someone's passing, rather than focusing on the substance of their life.

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