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Episode DescriptionIn this heartfelt episode, Karen reflects on the life and legacy of her late husband known as "Moon Man" or Hugh F. Smith. Celebrated as "Moon Man Day," this episode takes listeners through a touching tribute to Hugh, a man who embraced life with a slow and steady pace, respecting all living beings. Karen shares personal memories, anecdotes, and even a poem that encapsulates Hugh's philosophy. From saving ants to his approach to love, the episode is a tender look at the lessons he imparted. The conversation inspires listeners to appreciate life's moments, honor all forms of life, and embrace the people who shape us.Wisdom from the Moon Man:
  • A Gentle Philosophy: An exploration of Hugh's gentle wisdom, including his reverence for all living things and his calm, steady approach to life.
  • Words and Memories: Brittany's poetic tribute "Things The Moon Man Taught Me" and a whimsical story about Hugh's connection to ants.
  • Celebrating a Legacy: Karen's personal reflections on Hugh's loving impact on her life and how she chooses to celebrate his memory.
Closing Thoughts: Embracing Hugh's LegacyThis episode is a loving tribute to a remarkable human being whose philosophy continues to inspire those who knew him. Through Hugh's story, listeners are encouraged to slow down, respect all life, and cherish the love and kindness that exists around them. Let's take to heart the teachings of "Moon Man" and see ourselves and others as all God's children.A Journey Through Moon Man Day:
  • A Special Celebration: Reflection on "Moon Man Day" and the celebration of Hugh's life.
  • Living Life Hugh's Way: Discussion of Hugh's gentle philosophy, including his respect for all living things.
  • Poems and Ants: Reading of Brittany's poem and sharing of personal stories that capture Hugh's essence.
  • Farewell Thoughts: Reflection on the impact of Hugh and a call for listeners to share their memories.
Follow Karen at @Myhappyasslife on Facebook and Instagram.
Episode DescriptionIn this heartfelt episode, Karen reflects on the life and legacy of her late husband known as "Moon Man" or Hugh F. Smith. Celebrated as "Moon Man Day," this episode takes listeners through a touching tribute to Hugh, a man who embraced life with a slow and steady pace, respecting all living beings. Karen shares personal memories, anecdotes, and even a poem that encapsulates Hugh's philosophy. From saving ants to his approach to love, the episode is a tender look at the lessons he imparted. The conversation inspires listeners to appreciate life's moments, honor all forms of life, and embrace the people who shape us.Wisdom from the Moon Man: A Gentle Philosophy: An exploration of Hugh's gentle wisdom, including his reverence for all living things and his calm, steady approach to life. Words and Memories: Brittany's poetic tribute "Things The Moon Man Taught Me" and a whimsical story about Hugh's connection to ants. Celebrating a Legacy: Karen's personal reflections on Hugh's loving impact on her life and how she chooses to celebrate his memory. Closing Thoughts: Embracing Hugh's LegacyThis episode is a loving tribute to a remarkable human being whose philosophy continues to inspire those who knew him. Through Hugh's story, listeners are encouraged to slow down, respect all life, and cherish the love and kindness that exists around them. Let's take to heart the teachings of "Moon Man" and see ourselves and others as all God's children.A Journey Through Moon Man Day: A Special Celebration: Reflection on "Moon Man Day" and the celebration of Hugh's life. Living Life Hugh's Way: Discussion of Hugh's gentle philosophy, including his respect for all living things. Poems and Ants: Reading of Brittany's poem and sharing of personal stories that capture Hugh's essence. Farewell Thoughts: Reflection on the impact of Hugh and a call for listeners to share their memories. Follow Karen at @Myhappyasslife on Facebook and Instagram . read more read less

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