In 2011, The Gallup Poll reported that most Americans (48 percent) believed doctor-assisted suicide to be morally wrong. But those who thought it was acceptable were closing in at 45 percent.Read More »
They say our loved ones live on in our memories.
Or in the words of poet Thomas Campbell, “To live in hearts we leave behind. Is not to die.”Read More »
We've all heard the rhyme, "If you love it, set it free. If it comes back, it's yours to keep." A few days ago, that rhyme took on a whole new meaning for me.Read More »
The Rev. Sun Myung Moon, revered as a messiah within his Unification Church but regarded by many others as a vain and enigmatic man who blessed mass weddings, built a sprawling business empire and presided over a personality cult, died on Monday (Sept. 3) in South Korea. He was 92.Read More »
Funeral services will be held on Friday (Aug. 10) for the six Sikhs killed at a Wisconsin temple last Sunday. The bodies of the deceased will later be cremated -- but their souls will live on, Sikh tradition teaches.Read More »
Sandy Brosam, of Spokane, is one of 24 speakers presenting at the Grieving in Plain Sight conference to be held Aug. 17-19 at the Double Tree Hotel.Read More »