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A resident in bed surrounded by his three brothers.

I couldn’t imagine a better scenario for my brother to have been in his last days. We had laughs, talked, got out in the sun, cried and ate whatever our hearts desired. It was a special time for all of us. The first thing we experience in life is being born, but I can’t remember the experience. And the last thing is death. My outlook on death has changed and to a large part thanks to the experience my brother received. Dying is the last adventure in life, so why not make it as pleasant for that person as possible?

— Tom Reeves, brother of David Reeves, Caring House resident

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