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Bernard

I'm so sorry for your lost!

Be'en

My condolences..

Kent @ The Financial Philosopher

Thanks so much, Bernard and Be'en...

Dean26SILVIA

Set your life time easier take the loan and everything you require.

Maria

So sorry to hear about your loss. Also, I hope that someone feels compelled to write a piece like this one when I go - it is a manifestation of deep affection and appreciation.

Kent @ The Financial Philosopher

Thanks Maria. The funeral service was this weekend and the speeches given by friends and family were incredibly moving. My two young sons, ages 10 and 6, were even inspired to get up and speak.

Greg Linster

I'm sorry to hear the sad news, Kent. My sincere condolences go out to you and your family. It sounds as if, through your words, you helped your mother-in-law in much the same way that you help your non-familial readers live a richer, more fulfilling life.

I'll leave you with this quote from Seneca. "Of all people only those are at leisure who make time for philosophy, only those are really alive."

Kent @ The Financial Philosopher

Love the quote, Greg. I'll add that to my forthcoming Ebook. I was helping my wife and her sister sort through some documents of my mother-in-law's and found a file with printed copies of several of my blog posts. I felt comforted knowing that something I did helped her in some way during her life.

Thanks for sharing your thoughts...

Kent

Jeremy Day

Hi Kent,

Sorry to hear of your loss. I am glad you can find inspiration, and share it with us all, in this tough time.

Sincerely,
Jeremy

Ritu

Hi Kent, Sorry to hear about your loss.I know no words are adequate on such occasions. I personally find reflecting on the 'impermanence' of life as emphasized by Buddha & Stoic Philosophers. It might bring peace to you too. :-)

http://ritusthoughtcatcher.wordpress.com/2011/09/08/finding-happiness-the-epictetus-way-2/

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