Fridays the LA Progressive features a comment that was particularly noteworthy. This week we are featuring a comment submitted by Elly Fuchs commenting on “Like Leaves, Life Always Drifts Back To Earth” by Charley James.
Here’s Elly’s comment:
I would say I’m sorry and give you my condolences, but that seems almost insulting considering the decision you’ve made. You’re suffering and have been for what I gather has been a while. You struck me as a kind, generous, eccentric man. These are rare qualities these days and so I am sad that all this has happened to you.
However, having said that, I’d rather not see you suffer and while I wish all this was different, I understand your decision to the best of my young, naive ability. I also support that decision.