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April 05, 2005



My condolences for the loss of your friend.

Scott D. Feldstein

I watched my own mother die from cancer when I was her age. A million years ago. Best wishes to them all.


I'm sorry for your loss. I suspect that the incidence of cancer among younger people reflects the damage we're doing to our planet, through the overuse of fossil fuels, pesticides, etc. I'm going to [try to] ride my bike to work a couple days a week (7 miles each way) to put slightly fewer greenhouse gases in the air-I'll think of your friend as I do so this week.

Aunt Roz

Karen: I check Verbatim at least once a week to catch up on what's doing with you and yours. I always enjoy reading your writings (although I admit I do skim the nitty gritty recipe details). I was touched by what you wrote about your friend -- I went to Greybar to learn more. I was moved by Karine's own words -- you really get a sense of this woman of substance. Not for the first time was I reminded that some people face real problems, overwhelming problems, life and death problems. We don't live day by day thanking God for how lucky we are -- but, we should.

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