Tuesday, October 28, 2003

May his memory be a blessing

D's dad died during the night. He's been doing well with it all, and is doing his dad and his mom, sister a nice thing by taking care of most of the arrangements. He's been really strong and still seems to be doing some grieving. I think that his grieving will be more open when he is home with his spouse, away from the stress of all the family garbage and game playing. (Which of course is still happening and even escalating at this time.)

In Judaism when someone dies, we pray for a number of things and one of the things we say to each other is "May his memory be a blessing."

Indeed, may D's dad's memory be a blessing to D and family,

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