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I was unprepared for the emotional upheaval we were about to experience.
It was a club I had no interest in joining. But my son’s brain tumor dictated otherwise.
Unable to get up from my bed I was forced to face the uncomfortable truth: I am not in control.
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My mother saved a woman’s baby. Little did she know how that woman would repay the kindness.
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My mother used to say that nothing is engraved in stone. But that’s not true. Our life is full of engravings.
I was blown away by an encounter I had with one of your 7 children.
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I was never comfortable with the idea of miracles. And then one happened to me.
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As my mom was dying, I caught a glimpse of just how special every moment of life is.
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I stared at her beautiful face and held her tiny hand and thought: I have no idea what I’m doing.
Looking at the shards of my failed marriage, how did I let this happen to me?
I miss the mad sound of the language, the delicacies on doilies, the coiffed women with dangling earrings.
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Here there are no wheelchairs, no g-tubes, and no prosthetics; just souls.
Lying in the bed she had no questions. Sitting at her side I had no answers.
You taught us how to live with the light of faith that defies even the darkest nightmare.
Three women share their pain and reflections.
Appreciating the gifts our children have already given us.
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Two remarkable women in my family personify two disparate attitudes about life.
Coming together as families and as a nation to remember our shared history.
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