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04 September 2011

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Bourgeois Nerd

I'm glad you're back, Eric.

Rob

Why do I think we'll be reading about the adventures of dog ownership in your next installment?

Stan

"Is there any sorrow like unto my sorrow?"

M

You received an immunization on the very day I was born.

hughman

I was so happy to read this (as I am with all your communications) as it seems to represent a return to the world, even if that's not what you want. My Polly beagle says hello and would gladly wear a shirt for you.

Stan

Enjoy Machu Pichu, and think "bristening"

Dan

While you may have been irrevocably changed by the last several months, your writing is as good as ever.

henry

Zack is adorable, especially since he has taken to copy your 'photo face'.

Jérôme

I was really moved by your writing. It felt for me as a kind of "hommage" to the life after, what is grief, shame and embrasse of the living without the one you love.

Did I understand you wrong? But I think your view of heaven is a bit too humanized.

On a lighter note, I wouldn't make fun of your friends but the slightly mockingly description of non-heterosexual urbans in Catshills for week-end living really met what I thought looking at the pictures.

TED

I recall hearing a radio interview where some rabbi or other said that at some point you have to choose between an all-powerful and an all-loving god. It is disconcerting to give up the notion of divine omnipotence, because then you really are on your own, but ultimately it's better to believe that god can't always help you than to believe that he usually just won't.

I'm aware this may sound crude, and I don't mean it to, but I feel that getting a dog is a reasonable response to losing a parent.

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