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Never Her Own Person

I can’t speak to her years of growing up, of being a teenager but I suspect that as the oldest of at least eight children, Mom probably never really had the chance to be a kid. 764 more words

Christian Living

The Sharing of the Centuries

There are so many ways in which we show our love for one another, too many to even try to list. There are so many expressions of caring and concern, things we do that carry with them clear messages of support, of tenderness, of compassion. 288 more words

Spiritual Contemplation

GRIEF as per Louise Hay

ARE YOU, OR SOMEONE YOU KNOW, GRIEVING THE LOSS OF A LOVED ONE? Please read what Louise Hay writes…

10 Affirmations To Heal Your Broken Heart… 470 more words

Transitions

At River's Edge

She lay on her back all morning,
eyes fixed,
maybe seeing something
no one else could see,
cankered hands lifted toward the ceiling,
perhaps feeling the call… 140 more words

Spiritual Contemplation

Death & Dying AND Life & Living

8/12/2014

First and foremost, the loss of Robin Williams is tragic. Personally, I’m heartbroken. He was such a gifted actor and comedian; his death is a great loss for all of us. 298 more words

Death & Dying

robin williams

This was posted by his daughter this morning.

I have no words, just sadness.

But these are nice words.

Hope

The Aftermath of Suicide

There are many tragedies in this world and few departings from it that do not involve at least some degree of sorrow and sadness. Even when we can see the release that death brings from some long lingering disease, we still feel the pangs of sadness in the separation. 424 more words

Spiritual Contemplation