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Options January 8, 2013: My Condolences

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  Tue. 1/8/13 6:06pm Ken From Hyde Park:

Gosh ... Sad to hear about your dear mother. I felt very bad when my dad died. Hang in there.
  Tue. 1/8/13 6:07pm steve:

sorry for your loss Chris T.
  Tue. 1/8/13 6:07pm Mike East:

really sorry to hear that, Chris. My father has passed, but my mother is still here. I can only imagine. God bless you for doing a show about it just a week later.
  Tue. 1/8/13 6:09pm Cecile:

sorry about your loss, Chris.
  Tue. 1/8/13 6:11pm Rachel:

Sorry to hear this, Chris. Strange to be an orphan - isn't it?
  Tue. 1/8/13 6:11pm Rory:

When my grandparents were dying i was in and out of hospitals and nursing homes. Had a big impact on me when i was a little kid. Sorry about your Mom.
  Tue. 1/8/13 6:13pm Alicia Renee:

Oh goodness I am so saddened for your loss. I just got off the phone with my own mother, wrestling with her own mortality (cancer, it does that).
THANK YOU for doing your show, and for taking on death.
((visited malta once, while, unrelated, there was an outbreak of meningitis.))
  Tue. 1/8/13 6:20pm monica:

hey there, chris,
so sorry to hear about your mom.
you should definitely check out the new show "best funeral ever" on TLC for sheer posthumous party-down over the topness.
  Tue. 1/8/13 6:23pm Ian:

Stand up and wiggle your hips for us Chris.
  Tue. 1/8/13 6:32pm Johnny Bigfoot:

I find the finality of it quite profound. Take solace in the good times of the life that your mother has given you and the moments spent together but most importantly remember that she will always be a part of you. It is my opinion that we are an electro-chemical reaction that will eventually fizzle out like fireworks.
  Tue. 1/8/13 6:43pm Ken From Hyde Park:

With the internet, you can log into the web sites of funeral homes and post condolences. I guess it's not the same as a hand-written letter, but certainly easier for the typer/writer.
  Tue. 1/8/13 6:45pm Mike East:

heard on Joe Frank last Sunday: a woman's son was dying and she asked the buddha to save him. He told her to bring him some mustard seeds from a house where no one had died. She went frantically from house to house and, while they all had mustard seeds, everyone had lost someone at some point. When she got back to the buddha, she realized...ah, this happens to everyone. (paraphrased)
  Tue. 1/8/13 6:49pm Johnny Bigfoot:

I wouldn't put too much stock in the remains, unless you're preparing a dish, (remote Python reference). Cremation is the greenest option. The deceased rarely require real estate. A tree does sound like a nice monument however.

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