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  1. He was such an intelligent guy and so full of life!! It is hard to imagine this day has come <3

  2. Diane says:

    Thank you Joe, there is great advice in what you wrote. You will never know (or maybe you do) how important your words were to me this morning. I have some family issues that because of your post I am willing to let go. As you said lie to myself that I have the apology that I needed. I will put everything in the past and chalk it up to an experience, not good nor bad just an experience. Thank you again you have made my future happy!!!!!! Thank you Amanda for sharing your loving husband with strangers.

  3. Heather Kreuzman Smith says:

    I just love this!! This is the modern day “Wear Sunscreen” song that was played on the radio when we were in high school! All so true!!!

  4. mary smith says:

    I am lost for words! All I can think of to say is THANK YOU for letting me into your life and helping me put things into perspective. I read a quote the other day that rings so true. Learn from yesterday, Live for today, Hope for tomorrow.

    love
    mary

  5. Kelly Williams says:

    Thanks for reposting this! I remember reading the first time around… You all are in my thoughts and prayers, and Those are some good words to live by- all my love- kelly

  6. Debbie says:

    I have children Joe’s age and I followed his story learning so much from this young man who left this earth way too soon. God had a plan to bring him home and he had to leave his beautiful wife and child and it breaks my heart. But look at how many of us followed his story and learned so much what a beautiful person Joe must have been and how lucky us strangers have been to be a part of his beautiful life. I send my love and prayers to his family.

  7. Nancy says:

    What beautiful words. We should all learn to live as Joe did – and he lived happy while going through so much pain and trauma most of us will never have to endure. I’m honored to have been a part of his life and that of Amanda and Mira even though I never met them. Prayers for Joe – I’m sure he’s sitting with God in heaven and prayers for Amanda and Mira as they some way learn to live without this beautiful human being.

  8. kathy marker says:

    Still helping even after your gone.. Your story will live on and you and your family will continue to be an inspiration for years to come… RIP Joe… You lived your life to the fullest…

  9. Peace be with you and your family. ♥

  10. Ann Williams says:

    Such a wise man Joe Clark, still can’t talk about you in the past tense

  11. Maggee says:

    This is…. Amazing !!?!… So true , so inspiring. He hit every nail on the head! I believe he must have been a true living blessing & he is with you through his words, your love, your little girl & all the people who were blessed enough to know him, forever. Xox.