Category Archives: living eternally

Thoughts on life’s temporary nature

Death of friends often makes us think on life’s temporary nature. As I was running this morning, I reflected on how fragile and temporary life is in our current “fallen state” (referring to the first man Adam through whom death came). Paul used the metaphor of a tent to refer to the temporary nature of […]

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Who will Remember You?

My maternal grandfather was Genaro Galdámez. I don’t know anything about him except from what I can see from a picture I acquired. My mom told me very little about him. By the time I was born he was no longer alive. My maternal grandmother was Estebana Zamora. I have very few memories of her […]

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