In September of 2006, Bill from Winnipeg, began a blog after receiving a diagnosis from his doctor. His last sentence on his first blog was:
“So day by day, I hope to journal my last journey and show that it doesn’t have to be that bad or scary. Hope it helps someone.”
“The Dying Man’s Journal” opened with no known date for the last page. Who knows how many lives Bill has nourished? There’s no syrup dripping over his words. He serves concepts on a bed of healthy authenticity.
Today, Bill reposted the ninth article he wrote in 2006 – an analogy about the dying process. Bill addressed the tough part – the thought of leaving his family.
Still feeling awe over Bill’s willingness to share so deeply, I moved on to my next subscription. Imagine my surprise when I found this post from Ted.com: