We’re all going to die. A very unpopular truth, but an inevitable truth, nonetheless. Imagine that you are with a dying loved one and with his or her last dying breath, instructions are giving about last rites. What do you do?
Read the following link to find out what one daughter did:

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/08/12/obit-witch-is-dead-_n_5671640.html?ncid=txtlnkusaolp00000592

Sometimes it takes courage to follow the last requests of someone who is dying. If I’m left behind to plan the last rites of my loved ones, I will do exactly as they ask me to. In my opinion, adhering to a final request is not a false start. It is an act of love, no matter how the rest of the world perceives it.

In my new novel “A False Start,” someone loses a loved one but there wasn’t time for last requests. Read the first four chapters at http://www.afalsestart.com

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