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Palace in Mourning

Every time I have come to Bangkok the city always shows her best self. I have grown to love the King and the beautiful hearts of the Thai. 18 more words


The Dark Has Its Own Light

As you come to this last page, there’s a sense of reaching out– for something that you can’t quite reach–that you can’t quite get. When you get to the top, you haven’t got it, but there’s a breathing out, 511 more words


Grief, the Uninvited Guest

For those who are mourning, here is a repost from a while back…

I have a guest these days. Grief is his name. I did not invite him, but he came and at the worst of times, too. 727 more words


Farewell, old friends

A friend is feeling sad these days because of the loss of her long time companions. People who know you from 30 or more years ago are really special. 328 more words

Work Related Issues

Death: Survive or Surrender

Like most people I’ve had my fair share of grief and in an attempt to understand and accept death I teamed up with Damsons Future Planning… 567 more words


Modern Day Mourning

What is mourning? Is it sadness, loss of appetite, inability to cope or the process of shutting your emotions off? In definition, mourning is the expression of sorrow for someone’s death.  1,393 more words


He Would Have Been

It’s Daddy’s birthday today.

There was no celebration, no hugs to give out, and no gifts to open. My father and I were both born on years ending with a 7, which means that we had milestone birthday on the same years. 210 more words