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January 06, 2017
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"At the end of life, what really matters is not what we bought but what we built; not what we got but what we shared; not our competence but our character; and not our success, but our significance. Live a life that matters. Live a life of love."

~Author unknown

Love seems to be the theme of late, but it bears repeating until we start really living it out. After all, people are what matter, not the stuff we have. The things we buy, treasure, and desire only last for a little while. The things that really matter are the people in our lives. The family, the friends, and those in the community around us. There has been a lot of divisive speech and anger in our nation these past few years, and what I want to remind everyone is that we are all people. Flesh and blood, just like one another. We may be different, but instead of focusing on what we don't like about others or have in common, why not focus on what we do like and have in common? That's part of what love is all about. Overlooking someone elses flaws and still wanting to be with them or around them and getting along with them. We need a lot more love in this world.

I want to highlight our hospice and homecare caregivers that take care of our patients. Thank you! We couldn't do it without you, and it truly is an honor and privilege to come into your home and provide whatever help we can. We don't take it lightly and appreciate the trust you bestow upon us.

-Greg Poulos, Chaplain (InTeliCare Hospice- Novi)