Thought I would share a story of how my day went. My air was almost late, and I didnt care. Somehow it got done although it was mathematically impossible by the time I left this guy. To see this elderly man brought to his knees by grief, made me stop and think, and grieve with him. A life changing thing happened at work today.. I delivered medicine to the same guy, for his wife that I have for a while. He came outside, and asked me "what do I do with this?" Im already back at my truck and I wave him off and said "Just Go ask Dorothy", he was always a jokester. He said "I buried her yesterday", and practically dropped to the sidewalk in tears. I jumped out of my truck, and went and held him, I didnt know what to do. Im running way late, I didnt care, for one moment something was more important than any clock. He told me they had been married for 58 yrs, and the sadness in his eyes haunts me still. I said I havent even been alive that long, so I cant imagine your pain, and that I was sorry. And would pray for him. There were lots of cars there, but no one came to see where he was. I got him up and back to his door, there was so little I could do. But it is one day Ill never forget. God bless this man. He looks like in his day he was a hell raiser, strong physique for an 80 yr old. And the loss of his wife brought him to his knees. Tonight the cars were gone, and the solitary light in his living room told me he was alone, for the first time in decades. So very sad.