Tag Archives: Grief

Leaving the Darkness of Grief

“I did not deny G-d’s existence but I doubted His absolute justice.” – Elie Wiesel, Night Grief comes in many forms. Breakups, death, ending of jobs, friendships… You do not have to believe in G-d for this quote to resonate. You can … Continue reading

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Grief is Like Blood.

Grief is to loss, what bleeding is to a wound. The bleeding allows the wound and the pain to rid itself of harmful things, like bacteria and germs. If it didn’t expel this bad blood, it may immobilize the person. … Continue reading

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In the Face of Death.

The nature of my work involves many different things. One I have been particularly working with is what to say, what to do, and how to be when others around you are sick. When someone is ill, has died or is … Continue reading

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Healing

HealingI cannot change your life, I cannot change your mind. I can only listen. And together, we can dig. As you open up your soul and reach into midnight caves; Where we chip away at hidden hardships, To find thoughts and memories … Continue reading

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