A Journey That Matters

I'm SO engaged and entertained by these CBS Scott Pelley pieces on the news . . . he always finds these unsung heroes and sings their praises publicly . . . but this one just seemed extraordinary to me! 

It's Michael Josephson from the Josephson Institute of Ethics who suggests that we think about what we want people to say at our funeral, and live life backward. Journey now with Woody, a community angel. Woody fell victim to this disease in early August and lost his battle on the 5th, but it appears that he totally lived life backward and, in doing so, left behind an amazing legacy of love!

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for sharing this wonderful memory of a great human being. It brought tears to my eyes. He is a prime example of paying it forward--kindness without expecting anything back. It is so heartwarming that they told him while he was live what he meant to them


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