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    July 14, 2007


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    If you learn anymore about him (obit maybe?), let us know. I suppose we all die alone in some sense.


    It's not how he died, but how he lived that made the man.
    Didn't they post that same sign on your last residence?


    A tribue to the Apollo astronauts who died in a fire made a similar statement -- something I've never forgotten.

    Nicole (phoenix.nm)

    Amazing isn't it? We look at our own lives and take certain things for granted but a quick glimpse into someone else's world can shift our entire perspective about life. Though you may not have known your neighbor, the fact that you remembered him at all says that his life had some meaning and purpose. And for that, I'm glad. :)

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