As the editor of a business-to-business publication, I can promise you there are plenty of life stories being put out nowadays. Too many. Unfortunately, they are usually tales in search of a decent writer. Thankfully, however, there are also the rare occasions when a skilled writer decides to tell a good story. Elaine C. Pereira's "I will never forget" clearly is this.
I wonder how the staff at my mother's nursing home could handle so much sadness. Perhaps it was because they knew how to listen with their hearts.