The Will of God?

As we journey through the valley of the shadow of death, we seek answers. read more »

View from the Mountain

When we’ve lived - even if only for a while - on top of life’s most beautiful mountain with the one now lost to us in death, grief may seem like a free-fall into the ordinariness of life. read more »

The Sweetness of Life

“I am overwhelmed by the sweetness of life.” read more »

This Side of Grief

Grief has the power to create divides in our life, occasionally even deep chasms. Sometimes we feel that it’s “us” and “them” – those who understand… read more »

How Did We Get Here?

Part of the journey through grief is figuring out how we got here. What exactly happened to turn our world upside down and inside out? read more »

The Journey

Grief is a journey we had rather not take. With the death of our loved one, suddenly we’re on a forced march through unfamiliar, uncharted, foreign territory. read more »

Comfortable?

One of the lessons grief teaches us is that it’s impossible to imagine the death of a loved one or be comforted beforehand. read more »

Comfort - Again

Comfort is a repetitive experience of grief – there’s no one-time, one-size-fits-all comfort that can fix our grief and send us on our way in life. read more »

Comfort

Comfort is an experience. read more »

Grief at Lent

The personal reflection of Lent is rather like the soulful contemplation most of us experience at some time in our grief. read more »

Scrappy Grief

I’m struggling right now with the kind of grief that is love turned inside out. read more »

On Love and Grief

The U.S. Greeting Card Association estimates that approximately 190 million valentines are sent in the United States each year. read more »

Into the Woods

Most of us find that grief takes us on a long, winding journey through a vast forest of spiritual and emotional pain. read more »

Why do we grieve?

If you’re grieving the death of someone you love, you’re searching for answer to some of life’s most challenging questions, including the ‘why?’ of death. read more »

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