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After the death of your partner, have you been left with a never-ending stream of paperwork? Furthermore, have you spent many weeks or more looking for important paperwork, phone numbers of people you need to contact, or been generally frustrated ...
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When I was little, I would visit my Grandmother Romney.  I loved her back yard.  There was a lot of grass and because its side yard backed into a hill, there was a rock garden. She had large rocks supporting ...
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Here is one of the worst things about having someone you love die: it happens again every single morning.The soft web of sleep begins to clear and then, in an instant, your mind asks and answers a dreadful question. ~Anna ...
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Turmoil. Pain. Judgment. Condemnation. Insecurity. Loss can bring into our lives negative experiences and feelings that we never expected.  We may find ourselves judged wrongly, carrying burdens and feeling pain inexpressible and incomprehensible. Nobody wants to feel any of these. ...
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Shed Another Layer Spring comes slowly in Utah. The snow will melt in the valley, and an occasional crocus will peek through the dirt, and then we’ll get another snowstorm. The hardy crocus gives way to daffodils, whose cheery yellow ...
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We are so excited today to announce our new website! We are so grateful to the incredible people, Steve and Amber Sawaya, at Sawaya Consulting for their untiring work to make this site beautiful, inviting, functional, and most of all, ...
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Throughout history, the debate has raged on about time and space. In 1788, Immanuel Kant published the Critique of Pure Reason, one of the most influential works in the history of philosophy of space and time. He puts forth the ...
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