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Losing a life witness

DEATH: Can one grieve over a person who turned 97 years old? Grief can be deeply selfish and liberating collective. But grief can also create communities in the love of the deceased.

“My grandmother is dead. Our best Best is dead. Thus also part of me and part of us all died. Because that's how it is with us humans. We're connected guys. We need each other and therefore we also need to remember – the way we do here today. "

Thus began the speech I gave at the funeral of my 97-year-old grandmother,. . .

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Steffen Moestrup
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