“Sunday Thoughts”

Yesterday, July 21st, 2018, my wife lost her youngest brother to a long battle with Cancer. Scott Evans was preceded in his loss to us, by his brother, Rick and his Mother, Gene and his Father, Richard.

I never believed we all have an appointed time to die. I know that death is inevitable, but each time I have experienced the death of a friend or family member; it always seems as if they died too soon.

The last time we saw Scott was in 2012. We all made a trip to Chicago for my wife’s sister’s wedding.  He got to hang out with his nieces and nephews and grand-nephew.  I think he really enjoyed himself.  It was a happier time for him.

In the days, weeks, and years that follow; when I remember him–I will remember the time he took me to the cold, rocky coast in Oregon, and took a photo of my wife and I kissing on the shores of the Pacific Ocean.  And, I will remember our time in Chicago and his love for his family.

“Many do not realize that we here must die. For those who realize this, quarrels end.” – Buddha

“No one ever really dies as long as they took the time to leave us with fond memories.”

–Chris Sorensen

 

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One Response to “Sunday Thoughts”

  1. Melinda says:

    Thank you, for your kind and loving words about Scott. The “what if’s” always seem to want to creep up in our thoughts every time a family member passes. My peacefulness fills my heart knowing part of our family is having a family reunion in our heavenly Father’s kingdom right now, and Scott is experiencing love like never before.

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