Traveling In and Out of Heaven - Poem July 22 2017 - Elaine Feuer I walk into his room, and as I take his hand, I ask him: “Have you seen Mom and Dad?” His eyes almost pop out, and he squeezes my hand so hard that it hurts! We were extraordinarily fortunate to have parents who thought that nothing was more important than their children. We have all heard stories about people leaving their bodies: it could be a “near death” experience; traveling in and out of heaven; whe
Didn't she know that there wasn't a monetary value for taking the time to know him, to appreciate him, to love him. She cared more about the costs than the things that can't be bought. She exploited his survival and death to manipulate the Life Insurance Trust. She knew the price of everything and the value of nothing.
This is the story of a profound love between a brother and sister; the anguish of an unbearable illness; the love and compassion from family and friends; and the shocking duplicity of a daughter who was determined to manipulate her “next-of- kin” status to stage-manage her father’s final days, since the Trust Fund she would inherit seemingly mattered more to her than any chance of her father’s survival. And it didn’t end there. Michael and I were astounded by what came next: