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Losing You (For Mary)

Losing you was




Odd because

I hadn’t lost anyone before

Strange because

It doesn’t seem real

Numbing because

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I found hope, healing, in the humanity of Christ

From error to error, one discovers the entire truth”  (Dr. Sigmund Freud, Austrian psychologist, 1856-1939).

Written by Charles W. Sidoti, BCC

Could Jesus, while he walked the earth, identify with Freud’s statement?  

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Bereavement should stay away from Facebook

On Monday at work they told us that one of our colleagues died during the weekend. It was a sad information even though I did not know the girl well. 162 more words

Our World, God’s World: Discovering Who We Are In God's World

Albert Einstein is credited with the statement, “Nothing happens until something moves.”

Coming to terms with life’s constant change is one of the greatest challenges that we face. 

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Fortune 1: “Have Faith and Pursue the Unknown End” – Oliver Wendell Holmes

What life still holds for us after significant loss is one of life’s many “unknown ends.”

Written by Charles W. Sidoti

You may be old enough to remember the 1960’s television game show “Let’s Make a Deal” hosted by Monty Hall. 

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A Personal Egypt: Accepting God's Guidance in Our Journey Toward Inner Freedom

We were slaves to the Pharaohs in Egypt, but the Lord led us out of there with a mighty hand and an outstretched arm (Deuteronomy 6:21).

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Project 2: the Hugging Wrap is signed sealed and delivered.

After my friends mum’s funeral we went to her wake and had a chat with all of the girls, all of the kids did such a great job remembering their mum and the whole event was one that would have suited her perfectly. 498 more words