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These days everyone is busy. Ask anyone you haven’t seen in awhile how they’ve been and they’re likely to answer, “busy!”. This won’t be a surprise to most, but something that I didn’t expect in the...

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Shattered pages….

I watch as the pages fall as if everything is in slow motion. The highlighted pages look like autumn leaves as they flutter to the floor. On the wall, there is a slight indention left by the spine. The spine had broken on impact releasing the pages into the air. On the floor lies what was once a source of comfort but had been turned into an object of wrath...

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We all hope that we will live together with our loved ones – and die together with them. Sometimes, however, fate is not together with us – and our loved one is suddenly no longer with us. They have gone into a world where we can’t reach them, and all that remains in this world for us are their ashes.

If only we could carry their ashes with us every day, remembering...

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My daughter Helen, mother of my twin grandchildren, died 11 years ago. The 10th anniversary of her death was especially hard and I’m not sure why. I only knew that Helen wasn’t part of my life. Death robbed me of a future with her, a painful truth I face each day.

I wasn’t just grieving for my daughter. Three more family members died the same year—my father-in-law, my brother...

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We are created by God with the ability and urge to cry when our emotions move us, so shedding tears must be an important part of being a human being - a person composed of a body and a soul made in the image and likeness of God.

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People are us how we're doing. How are we supposed to answer that one? "I'm fine," is a typical response, even though that might be the opposite of how we feel. 

 

From the...

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Grief is exhausting. Missing someone can be incredibly draining. Everything seems like a solo climb of Mount Everest. 


From the Grieving Heart...

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Do you ever run across something that seems like a “wink from Heaven?” ~  uniquely designed to warm your soul and let you know all is good with a family member or friend who has gone to be with the...

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When we get hit by loss, our entire being feels the shock. We can feel like we're somehow disappearing, like shadows in the night.  

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Some losses change everything. We're not the same people we used to be. How could we be?


From the Grieving Heart:

Since you left, I'...

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