Sunday, August 01, 2010

In memoriam: Daja Wangchuk Meston

There is a beautiful obituary in today's Boston Globe about Daja Wangchuk Meston, about whose book Comes the Peace I wrote over three years ago. I am hard-pressed to add anything to Bryan Marquad's summation except to agree with one person quoted:

"Laughter and giggling and levity are the spirit of life. It’s what we need and what we all crave. Wangchuk had it and it was natural and graceful.’’

1 comment:

mary knuth said...

I am so sad about Daja's death. I met him when he first opened the store Karma in Newton. He wasn't busy and spent a long time telling me the story of his life as if I were a trusted friend. I loved his book Comes the Peace. Daja is blessed by the love of his wife and many friends and the love will continue.