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March 2015 Letter–Dear Friends,

Yesterday was such a picture to me of the richness and complexity of life.

Two of you, my dear friends, suddenly lost people you loved–and my heart aches for you. I sense your pain, and I hurt at the realization that I can’t make your suffering disappear. So I wow to just be there with you, and hold your hand for a while.

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In the middle of the day, I heard of the success that one of you is experiencing, and my heart swelled with pride. I wanted to sing and dance and shout all through my house–I am so proud to know you right now!

And last night, I spent time with two of my most seasoned friends; we ate down-to-earth food, sitting around a well-worn table, and we laughed and talked and enjoyed the simple moment, and my heart was full at the realization that the seasons of grief and sorrow and joy and challenges have come and gone, and we still are together and friendship is for real.

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As I crawled into bed, I thanked God for each one of you. My life is indeed wrapped up in the ones I love, and that’s you, my dear Ones.

Thank you for the privilege of doing life with you.

Barbara

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