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Letter: An angel among us

Allison Daily has a great gift. She understands that in grasping the greatness of the soul, we can redefine our unspeakable losses as miraculous connections. As Rumi has said, “The wound is the place where the light enters you.” The light just pours through Allison.

Thank you, Rick Carroll and The Aspen Times, for paying due tribute to her work (“For Allison Daily, grief is her calling,” Oct. 31, 2016). She and her organization, Pathfinders, deserve the admiration and support of our community. We are blessed to have them here.

Dale Will


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