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I have become so fond of the color that represents my pain.

 The color of despair and sorrow,

 the very depths of my unhappiness.

 Black represents me in so many ways.

The hole that becomes big enough to consume my entire body,

 black knows no boundaries.

 An endless fall to the very bottom of a cave,

black shrouds...


What is the “right” way to grieve? Is there a right way to grieve?  What is it?  We understand that when someone we love dies it is normal to grieve, it is a natural response to the loss.  But what does it mean to grieve, how are we to do it and how do we know that we are doing it right?  Many well-meaning people will tell us how to grieve...


She had broken wings.
I do not know how they first got broke.
The wings of a sweet little angel.
I met earlier than expected.
She tried to fly on her own but could not.
She needed help.
Love could not mend her.
My love did not break through.
It took a stronger love to rescue her.
From herself.
"She flutters and tries to fly but falls to...


In November, it will be 35 years since my father died by suicide. He is still with me as much as he ever was, and paradoxically, he is also more absent than ever. My emotional relationship with him has changed and evolved more during the time since he died than it did when he was alive, and I daresay that I understand him better than I understand any other human being I have ever known. And at...


With the diagnosis of cancer,

She took the hand of God and did not let go

She needed Him now more than ever before

This was not the time to lose faith or question why

She was not cancer and would not let it define her

She was a wife, mother, grandmother, sister, aunt,

A friend and a fighter, who wasn’t yet ready to leave the ring

She took the hand of...


Heart: the organ that sees better than the eye.  Yiddish Proverb

We all have questions after a loved one dies. After the fog of shock lifts in the early days of...


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