THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, February 12, 2021 Page 7 MALDEN: TODAY | FROM PAGE 4 er Joe, and I have actually had to walk away from Jimmy at the I.A.C.C. a few times because he becomes like a broken record when it comes to his wife Judy. We come back like ten minutes later, and he is still talking the language of love about her. To himself! Awesome pepperoni pizza rolls Judy! "This is the end, beautiful friend, this is the end, my only friend, the end" -Ten years gone: the late Sean Lucey, as noted in previous Malden; Today, tomorrow, and Yesterday columns, was a seriously spiritual cat. Sean is the son of former Mayor (Ed) Lucey, and little brother of former Councilor at Large (current City Clerk) Greg (Lucey). His (late) mother Mary is one of my favorite people. Attorney Scott and (my favorite Lucey) Susan rounding out the bunch. Before Sean died from A.L.S. he put together a C.D. of his favorite spiritually themed music and drafted a letter explaining his choices, to be enjoyed by family and friends. Sean felt there were two great questions in life. It was a lifelong journey to get inside his “mind and spirit” to fi nd the source of these two great mysteries: “is there life after death?” and “what is my purpose here in this life? “ I found Sean’s explanation of Cat Steven’s deeply inspirational song “On the Road to Find Out” moving and touching to be shared: “the song hints that there is a decision to be made or not to be made by each person whether to examine life or not. I decided to learn about myself, my mind, and the world around me as much as possible. One of the lines in this song, “Pick up the good book now” made me decide to read as many books on religion and philosophy that I could. I read the Bible, Koran, the Tao Te Ching, Confucian Analects....all with the intention of answering the two great questions.“ Still missing you Sean! Jason Lamb of Malden snow tubes at Mount Hood Municipal Golf Course during Sunday’s storm. (Photos Courtesy of Nathan Lamb) Stella Lamb of Malden sleds at Mount Hood Municipal Golf Course on the Malden-Melrose town line Sunday. (Photos Courtesy of Nathan Lamb) Gone Sledding Advocate Call now! 617-387-2200 advertise on the web at www.advocatenews.net CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING

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