Grief is Adjustment - Perspective
“In him we live and move and have our being.”
Acts 17:28 NRSV
Adjustment is slow, steady progress through the journey grief. Adjustment is, in fact, an overlay of grief. When you adjust, first you acknowledge your loss, whether consciously or subconsciously. As you adapt, you sense that your identity and your worldview have changed. After the death of your loved one, you reclaim that part of yourself invested with wholehearted love in relationship to find your individual self again. Change is the ebb and flow of life in grief and beyond. Grief is change.
God, I live and move and am through your grace alone. Amen.
Adjustment is engaging in life that is good and rich and joyful.