In Memory of John.

My good intention to post more of the photographs I took while in Malaysia and Singapore is still there. However, a couple of days after I arrived back in England, I received the news that my brother had died and dealing with this has taken precedence over Blogging.

Please have a thought for my half brother, John Tilbrook, and his family especially for his wife Pauline who valiantly attempted to resuscitate her husband who she found collapsed in the kitchen. The cremation is on Tuesday in Bournemouth in the south of England.

I can’t help but wonder at the timing of my brothers passing, i.e. coming so soon after my arriving from remote regions and, since I have nothing scheduled (except rest), I am free to be with my sister-in-law for a few days to support her.

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14 thoughts on “In Memory of John.”

  1. Rev. Master Mugo,

    Our thoughts are with John, Pauline, and, of course, with you. We know how helpful your presence can be.

    With Love and in Gassho, Jim, Nancy, Muji, and Ginger

  2. Dear Rev. Master Mugo,

    Rev. Master Kinrei has allowed me to follow your blog. I’m sorry to hear of your brother passing and I offer my deepest sympathy to you and your sister-in-law.

    I think of you often and hold very dear in my heart all of the compassionate ways you’ve helped me. I will keep you in my heart during this time.

    With deepest bows,


  3. At this time all I can say is something,
    That is said at the end of the catholic mass.
    Peace be with you. Rev Mogo,
    John and Pauline

  4. Rev. Mugo

    It is amazing how the timing of events in our lives can be so synchronized. Whatever we need we can find if we know where to look.

    I send you and your family my wishes for a gentle peace.


  5. Dear Reverend Master Mugo,

    Sitting with you in meditation. tried to post earlier in this journey yet it eluded me due to technical matters. thank you from the depths of my heart, and my humble offering of merit to your family at this time. sister Aurelia

  6. I only opened your Blog today (Saturday evening). My thoughts are for John also Pauline who must have found the experience traumatic to say the least.
    Take care, Rev.Master Mugo, my thoughts are with you.


  7. Rev. Master Mugo;
    Grant and I send our best wishes to your family and to you.
    Much merit to all.
    With bows;
    Michele and Grant

  8. Dear Reverend Master Mugo,

    Our thoughts are with you at this very difficult time.

    Warm regards,
    Ian & Cheryl Smith

  9. Dear Reverend-Master Mugo,
    I am holding you and your family in my thoughts and in my meditation.
    With bows,

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