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It is a chilling statement.

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If my father were still alive in this time-bound material realm, an unlikely eventuality, he would be one hundred and five years old.

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Alone is not the same as lonely.

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I am sitting in a pew in a renovated church that serves now as a concert hall.

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I cannot imagine there is anyone in the world who has not had the experience of finding themselves in a room full of people and feeling utterly alone. The disorientation that accompanies loneliness in the midst of people can be devastating.

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A mail carrier is being hailed as a hero after helping save the life of a 90-year-old Gordon Head resident who fell and was unable to move for five days.

After being alerted by the mail carrier police officers entered the home and

discovered the 90-year-old man crying for help, lying on the floor outside of his upstairs bathroom. He hadn’t had anything to eat or drink since falling last Wednesday. (“SaanichNews” Friday May 21, 2010)


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