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One thing I’ve promised to do in the spirit of moving forward, honoring legacies, and simply, trying to do better — was to honor Daddy’s legacy on this Father’s Day.

I’m doing that with two posts:

1) My $.02 | Preparing for the Inevitable – I’ve been asked a few times over to share anything I’ve learned, working through my family’s estate, over the past few months. I did my best here. I welcome feedback on it. And I hope it’s helpful.

I’m also always happy to discuss it if/when you find yourself going through it. I’m not an expert, just a guy with some experiences to share:


2) “WAIT, WHAT?” or HOW I GRIEVE – I’ve been asked a few times over to consolidate all the posts I’ve written about Daddy over the past few months; I’ve done that here in one blog post, that gives some additional context around the origin of the posts as well as links to all 16 I’ve written about my journey/experience.

You can find them here: https://suneetbhatt.com/…/daddy-wait-what-or-how-i-grieve/

#iamgrateful and #iamthankful for all the love, support, and strength our family’s been given. All we can do is say thank you and pay it forward. Here’s what probably amounts to some spare change, being paid forward.

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Have you ever successfully changed someone’s mind on something political (perspective), religious (belief), or sports related (say, GOAT)? Would love to hear your story. I don’t think I ever have. I am certain I haven’t actually. So I am wondering if it is possible? Or if these three categories of conversations are so entrenched and so fundamental…but also, so rife with conjecture, POV, and interpretation, that they make for infinite debate (which is why we perpetuate them) and an environment where everyone can walk away validates and “knowing they were right.”

#iamgrateful and #iamthankful for all the discourse regardless.

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