Of Dogs and Men

Mark, I was so sorry to hear about your loss. Anyone who has lost a dog knows what you’re feeling right now. I thought you might enjoy this. It’s from, Of Dogs and Men, by Charles Krauthammer. It was in Time Magazine, June 16, 2003.
“Some will protest that in a world with so much human suffering, it is something between eccentric and obscene to mourn a dog. I think not. After all, it is perfectly normal, indeed human, to be moved when nature presents us with a vision of great beauty. Should we not be moved then, when it produces a vision, a creature, of the purest sweetness.”
I keep this quote with the picture of my Golden Retriever Max, who I lost twelve years ago and still miss to this day. Thanks for a great show and for all you do for all of us.

Tony from NJ