you wanted from this life, even so?
And what did you want?
To call myself beloved, to feel myself
beloved on the earth. --Raymond Carver
Feb 15, 2021-- On Sue Cochrane's website is a button that says "Click Here for Unconditional Love"- it leads to a selection of writings that offer exactly that. It isn't just the words of Sue's stories that touch the reader, but the wordless energy behind them. Sue Cochrane survived a traumatic childhood to become a pioneering family court judge. Throughout her career she strived to put the heart back into the body of the law. Her first stark cancer diagnosis came when her three adopted sons were little more than babies. In the eighteen years that followed, Sue lived and loved through a series of profoundly serious diagnoses, including Stage IV breast cancer, and a brain tumor that was deemed inoperable. In the midst of intense uncertainties and difficult treatment regimens, she never stopped learning, never stopped loving. Her courage and compassion touched thousands of lives. On February 13th of this year, Sue passed peacefully at home. In honor of her beloved life and legacy, we share one of her "Unconditional Love" posts here. (29483 reads)
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