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Journey's End

Of late, we have seen quite a few of our friends and former associates leave our group. Easy to see why as all of us have moved forward at a faster rate than we have thought.

It was a good ride while it lasted and we should all be proud of our accomplishments, individual or as a group. We were there to teach others on how they could have a better life though activity and health information. We moved frequently to new locations where we met a brand new audience. We imparted our knowledge anew and gratified ourselves in seeing our programmes succeed and people with smiles on their faces. AND we made friends continually, both inside the Branch and outside. One by one, our members become fewer and fewer. I will include some of my poems related to death and to those left behind.

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