In Loving Memory of My Departed Brother and Sisters
Words on Dying, from Coleman Barks "The Soul of Rumi" contributed by Jane Latour
"On the day I die, when I'm being carried toward the grave, don't weep. Don't say, "He's gone, he's gone." Death has nothing to do with going away. The sun sets and the moon sets, but they're not gone. Death is a coming together. The tomb looks like a prison, but its really release into union. The human seed goes down in the ground like a bucket into the well where Joseph is. It grows and comes up full of some unimagined beauty. Your mouth closes here and immediately opens with a shout of joy there."
Joseph Arthur Fisher 1929-2001
Janice Fisher Canole 1931 - 1996
Mary Lou Fisher Messier 1936 - 2002
Sandra (Cindy) Fisher Lovejoy 1941 - 2007