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Slowing Down But Not Hitting the Brakes

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Well, this is just the kind of messages one would never write.
My sincerest condolences for your loss - it's clear from your words you love and respect your father.

Take your time. Mourn him and praise him as you find fit. Only after this, please come back with renewed strength.
Hugs from Italy.

Condolences. Most of our fathers-mothers made us the kind of person we now are, also wherever not directly wanting that.

Sigurd Fastenrath:
Condolences, Martin! I hope you can find your way to deal with this, together with your family! Take all the time you need!

Wenn wir endgültig Abschied nehmen müssen,
dann ist Trauer mehr als bloßer Schmerz über
den Verlust eines geliebten Menschen.
Sie ist Dankbarkeit, das er war.
Sie ist Gewissheit, das er bleiben wird.
Sie ist Hoffnung auf ein Wiedersehen.

(Reinhard Staupe)

Sorry for using my mothertongue, but I do not know how to translate it in a perfect way.

Dariusz Piatkowski:

Sincere Condolences and Sympathies to you and the family.

On a personal note, yeah our parents are getting older and older (I turned 50 last year) and my folks are half-way across the world (Poland, while the rest of us reside in Canada), which brings these worries.

NOTE: Apologies for such a late response...I rarely (if ever) venture into the non-core Forums, but having a day off today I spotted this subject and it sounded a little worrisome.


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