A Sister’s Deathless Legacy of Love

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July 18, 2012

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A Sister's Deathless Legacy of Love

To live in the hearts we leave behind is not to die.

– Thomas Campbell –

A Sister’s Deathless Legacy of Love

“After living through an experimental cancer treatment my sister Barb was left unable to work. When she was offered the opportunity to do a mission trip in India if she could come up with $3,000 – she was left thinking there was no way she could go. No way to raise the funds. She asked me to brainstorm with her as to how she could raise money. “The only thing I can do is hug,” she told me – and thus her adventure began.” In this powerful piece, a DailyGood reader shares a very personal story about two special cards and the ripples of love one woman would spread across the world — and beyond the grave. { read more }

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Hug someone in honor of Barb today. If you’d like to send Gretchen a note of gratitude for sharing her sister’s legacy of love, you can do that here. { more }

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