Dr. Brown continues living in our memory
Thread poster: Michael Powers (PhD)

Michael Powers (PhD)  Identity Verified
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Oct 8, 2003

Karina, my deepest condolences for yours, ours, the worlds terrible loss.

From the beautiful, heartfelt words that have been expressed, it is apparent that your husband was needed because of his wonderful spirit. I learned this when my wife returned to God's arms when she was in her thirties also. At the time of her passing, our children were 9, 6, 4 and 1. I vividly recall, even though ten years ago, when our six year old asked her if she was going to die, she calmly answered yes, we all die sooner or later. That does not make it any easier for us, the survivors, even though we all have faith that the day will come when we will be together again, this time spiritually.

However, life is more than our brief stay on this planet, and it is obvious that your husband make a significant positive impact on the many human beings' lives that he touched.

May God bless you, your children, family friends, and the world, which is a better place thanks to the wonderful albeit brief journey your husband has had and continues having on this earth in our memories.

[Edited at 2003-10-09 00:59]


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