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BOOK REVIEW: Amy Wright Glenn's Birth, Breath, & Death by Natalie Weaver

Amy Wright Glenn’s Birth, Breath, & Death: Meditations on Motherhood, Chaplaincy, and Life as a Doula is a mid-life memoir of the author’s personal encounters and professional insights drawn from her work in the spaces of birth and death.   421 more words


'Back to the Garden' - a film about loss and grief

Jon Sanders follow up to the earlier Late September is also a quintessentially British and theatrical piece. Set in Kent, Back to the Garden features the reunion of actor friends one year on from the death of one of the group.  206 more words


My thoughts of death and dying

I am a worrier (as opposed to a warrior). Always have been.

My mother’s a worrier, my brother’s a worrier. It’s in our blood.

But I’ve never worried more than when I had my first child.

Canberra Mummy

Will We See our Pets Again in Heaven?

A reader named Grace submitted this Spiritual Conundrum to Spiritual Insights for Everyday Life:

I lost my 12 year old Lab to brain Cancer last summer.

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"If there was something wrong with my mind, don't you think I'd be the first to know it?"

I woke up at 2 a.m. thinking about a friend who, like millions of other elders, was forcibly removed from her home and placed in a long-term-care facility. 1,012 more words

Yoga Writing Memoir

The Big Plan

The story of Jesus’ passion is such a powerful story! It seems like a train going out of control toward a mountain side and there is no one who can stop it, not Spiderman, not Superman, nobody. 868 more words


Nail Me Open: A Love Story

Dear Lord,

I am tired. I cannot think straight and I am finding it hard to understand your love for me right now.

But your love is all I can think about. 785 more words