Today, I am thinking of my late friend Liz Kato. She’s departed from this world. She was found in her room already dead. Her family either had no…

Today, I am thinking of my late friend Liz Kato. She’s departed from this world. She was found in her room already dead. Her family either had no cause of death or wished to give me none. Somewhere inside me says that there is only one reason why they would hide it or not wish to know. I will not speculate however. I speak today to remind us all to not feel pain at death but to feel the emotion that life has brought us. She brought me wisdom, love, and such unfaltering honesty. It is hard to imagine a more honest person than her. She offered everyone advice and hope even when they saw no reason to ask or care. She would give you the food out of her bag or the scarf off of her neck and a better person I do not know. Ironic that the best people on this world also hold the worst pains. She loved health and sought to bring it to all aspects the life around her. Such a force of nature was this woman that seldom could ignore her. My wish is that if someone dies in your life that you treat it like I have treated this death. Let the sorrow come if it must and also the anger but let always the truth be known that in the end that life affected yours. If their life brought you this pain it must have first brought great love.
– Kevin

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