Rush Limbaugh’s Life-Affirming Strength


His audience understand that he believes in them, and that he thinks he owes a duty to be an example of standing tall against personal misfortunes, now including the prospect of looming death.

In so doing, he is leading-demonstrating both the importance of character and communicating that when we each come face to face with our own mortality-as we all must-that dying isn't dead, it is a stage of living worth embracing despite the physical and emotional toll it takes.

In that public service, regardless of our political beliefs, we owe Limbaugh a profound debt of gratitude. Here is praying that "El Rushbo" holds cancer at bay and continues with "excellence in broadcasting," for many years to come.

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