Death, taxes, and the one thing Benjamin Franklin forgot.
On wrestling with the reality that bad things happen to good people.
In this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.
We will all eventually suffer the same unavoidable fate that lies six feet beneath us. Of this I am sure. We all must pay our dues to the government while we're here. Of this I am also sure. But Benjamin Franklin left out a key fact of life in his often repeated an…