Last reply 3 years ago

Just wanted to write about Terry Pratchett because he is one of the reasons I am so open about my disease, and he has helped me through times where everything seemed too much. TO TERRY PRATCHETT!

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3 years ago

A good man, a great mind & a spectacular imagination now gone in person but lives on in his stories. Goodbye old friend 🙁

3 years ago

“No one is actually dead until the ripples they cause in the world die away…”

3 years ago

@kirstyscotland8 Very true. 🙂

3 years ago

GNU Terry Pratchett

3 years ago

Weird, wacky, opinionated and brilliant. The world is a duller place without him.

3 years ago

Would have liked to see the scene when DEATH came for Terry P and the conversation they would have had… 🙂 Love the Terry Pratchett books… Many many big ripples made so it’ll be a long time before Terry Pratchett is forgot for sure.

3 years ago

I started reading his books soon after they became available in paperback and have read every one since, my three sons are/were hooked on him as well, I think it made us better people, albeit with a wierd view on life. I’m sure he made me the sort of person that was able to cope with the MS diagnosis. May your God bless him and all who sail in him.

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