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WARNING: Why Apathy Kills!

One of my favorite 80’s songs is In the Air Tonight. I mean, who doesn’t love Phil Collins? Over its 35 year span, mystery has whirled around the song meaning. 1,753 more words

Practicing Joy

Dear One

Dear One,

Your worth is far more

than this world can recognize.

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Poetry

After Suicide: A book review

After Suicide by Charlotte Underwood

After Suicide is a window into the life of the author. It not only shares moving insights of her life but reveals quite a bit of the lives around her. 266 more words

Hard Times

The Forgotten Mourners - Sibling Grief

My heart feels heavy for the past month, even worse this past week because my oldest sister’s anniversary is coming up in a few days…it will mark 20 years since I lost her.   405 more words

Life

Mother May I

Mother may I

have my life back.

The one you

twisted and trashed.

Mother may I

have my soul back.

The one you

sold for a few bucks. 19 more words

Poetry

Grief is not the end of you

I’ve been trapped in the same hospital room for a year.

I can still see the two rows of glass standing guard on either side of me, my fractured reflection in each pane as I walked past the silent sadness in each room. 1,550 more words

These Are Days

Aligning Passion With Vision

Even though, I teach business marketing to graduate students, this is not that sort of post. After my husband died, I desperately searched for anything and everything that could bring me peace and happiness. 606 more words

Grief