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Absolutely. It is because we are all connected in some way. And each time someone goes, it triggers the loss.

But, too, we need to remember that it also triggers the love we had as well. If we never felt the love, there would be no sense of loss.

At church yesterday, a service on the spirit and dying. One reader stated: "Dying is not too big a price to pay for a lifetime of loving." Sure got me to thinking.

When faced with being a widow for the first time, the minister told me: "R is gone, and he is not here for you to love. But, you still have love inside you to give to others."

Ah well.
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