One of Jo's aunts, age 102, works jig-saw puzzles every day. This activity is not only fun for her, but keeps her brain active. What piece fits into another? Do the colors match? What will the final picture be? Watching her, one can almost see the neural pathways working in her brain. Life can likened to a jig-saw puzzle. All the pieces, seemingly separate, eventually fit together to make a complete picture. We fit the pieces together as best we can. We have faith that each piece of our lives is part of a wonderful whole.