Scott Z. Burns

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“No more, ‘I’m going to save that for a special occasion.’ Anything you have, use it up.”
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He didn’t know how his illness would progress. But he did know what immediately rose to the top once he got his diagnosis: his family and his faith.
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Lee’s children were clear about how they felt: it was her body, and her decision. So she opted to stop getting chemotherapy.
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He longer believed he had a future. But he decided to get remarried anyway—something he called a “forward-looking act.”
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Five terminally ill people offer testimonies about life, faith, love, and fear from a place where death is imminent.
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She imagined that dying might be like dissolving into water, or turning into stardust. But she still didn’t want to leave her loved ones behind.
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