If you are an atheist with Aspergers or just don't know what to say to religious loved ones when they are suffering loss, this page may help you find the right secular words and condolences you need.
Dear mom, It has been four months to the date, since your death. I don't know how much you were able to see, but we were heart broken, that was the worst day of my life. The 30th of each month comes, and I realize another month has passed since...
This is the story of my experiences with the last buddy I was assigned to before I stopped being a volunteer with people with AIDS altogether. I worked as a buddy to these men during the 1980s.
Her name was Debbie Heart, and she was my mother. My whole life, I always looked up to her. She worked at the Village of Skokie, helping senior citizens on a daily basis. She was dedicated to happiness, in others’ lives, and in the purest form of...
This Hub is dedicated to my Dad who lost his battle to prostate cancer.
This is the eulogy I gave for my Grandma at her funeral Sept. 9, 2009. I've been asked to make this public in the past, and have finally decided to do so. Needless to say, she was an incredible person. She was the brightest light in my life and I...
This is the fourth of a series of five articles I am writing about my work with people with AIDS during the late 1980s. Jeremiah was my fourth assignment. He became a dear friend, who was kind and funny and protective in an odd kind of way.
Although death is a serious business, the famous and the non-famous alike have been finding humor in it for ages. Here are a few funny obituaries, epitaphs and caskets to lighten your day.
We all go sometime. We all will have our own way and we all leave someone behind to meet up with later, we hope. Three personal true stories and one about a real American hero.
A touching true account of love found, lost and rekindled after 21 years, and a reminder of how you must love like there is no tomorrow, because tomorrow may never come.