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An "Officer and a Gentleman" has left the battlefield.

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May the OP's friend rest in peace.

 

An American friend of mine faced with similar choices about 8 years ago took his life by gunshot rather than burden and impoverish his life's partner.

 

Respect.

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R.i.P. savor the memories....

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        How to cope with old age .

 How to come to terms with the realisation , that your life is near completion , not negotiable .

 When , you decide , that you do not want the burden of life anymore , so tired ..

  No  more expensive medical bills ,  I will  leave my money , it to my thai partner , and her son. 

    Give him a chance to achieve  , education ,  that is now ,  my main purpose  in life ..

 

    Swissie ,  thank you for your post , life is so short ..

 

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Kopf hoch Swissie. Your buddy was a sensible guy without any selfish attitudes. Really rare nowadays. Keep him in good memory, he deserves it.


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 Sorry for your loss swissie, I only hope I have the courage and the dignity your friend had to act the same way when my time comes.

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On 10/15/2019 at 6:15 PM, elliss said:
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        How to cope with old age .

 How to come to terms with the realisation , that your life is near completion , not negotiable .

 When , you decide , that you do not want the burden of life anymore , so tired ..

  No  more expensive medical bills ,  I will  leave my money , it to my thai partner , and her son. 

    Give him a chance to achieve  , education ,  that is now ,  my main purpose  in life ..

 

    Swissie ,  thank you for your post , life is so short ..

 

Your legacy will live on in their hearts and condolences to Swissie at your loss of what  sounds like a truly honourable man. 

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