Tag Archives: death

Our Sweet Memory

There are few things I love more than cake. My family didn’t have much money while living in India, but whenever I asked, “Whose happy birthday is it?” my uncle, Shyam, would say it was his, then splurge on a … Continue reading

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Appearance Alone

His name was David, but most just called him “the street fiddler.” David was a disheveled, older man who was a regular fixture in popular places in our city, serenading passers-by with unusual skill at his violin. In exchange for … Continue reading

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Two Questions

When people are dying only two things matter…They just want to know : Was I loved? And did I love well? Love: that’s all that really matters….Love is for here and now  

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End-of-life Documents

Not to be doom and gloom, but you need a will and other end-of-life documents. “People don’t like thinking about death,” says Orman, who developed the Must-Have Documents program ($63; suzeorman.com/realsimple) with her estate attorney. “Everyone assumes they only need … Continue reading

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Friendship & Funeral

Comical Explanation

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