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Please pray for Chuck "CeeBee" Blair

Feb 1, 2007
Ten Sleep, WY
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I am not a religious guy, but I respect many aspects of religion. My wife's family is Buddhist, and they conduct memorial services for a person who has passed a number of times in the years after death, at increasing intervals. I think it is a really good practice, that reminds us of those who have passed and allows their friends to get together again. It feels to me that in our western practice, people pass and fairly quickly pass from our memories as well, at least to those of us outside of immediate family. When I saw this post I immediately thought of those Buddhist periods of mourning, and how what Scott did is the digital equivalent.... :)