When it's over, it's over. Love your spouse enough while they are alive, to just sit talking in the rain!
"We grieve because we loved our deceased loved one so much." Doesn't that add a gentler more peaceful feeling to the emotions we're feeling? Sometimes it does, but often times it still takes awhile to comprehend what has occurred. We don't grieve for a person we don't love. If there were no love there, we … Continue reading We Love and We Grieve
Grief comes in many forms. We not only grieve the death of a loved one who's passed away But we also grieve the loss and death of a marriage that has come to a close. Mourning & grieving the end of a marriage is most common because of the amount of love, emotions, time, blood, … Continue reading Grieving the Death of a Marriage
GRIEF is not only disorienting, but also disruptive. Many people will feel a survivor is overreacting to the death of their loved one. I can assure anyone that a person who is grieving the loss of a loved one is not overreacting. Grief will beat you down to nothing. It will take the strongest person … Continue reading Disorienting and Disruptive
When others trivialize your Grief, remember that Jesus, God the son, grieved the death of his friend Lazarus. As we continue to venture through our journey of grief, it is always important to know that God is near and we can always talk to him.
After the death of a spouse, it is sometimes hard to put things into perspective in order to find ourselves again. The loss of a spouse leaves obvious holes in the surviving spouse's life. Their heart is broken almost beyond repair because there is no more him and/or her no more seeing, smelling, holding, or … Continue reading Finding Strength and Independence After the Death of a Spouse
Adam had more of you than anyone has had. Yet you said it is not good for him to be alone. You made me to want to seek a spouse and fall in love. You molded us to need each other. And now Lord, death has come and dragged my beloved husband out of my … Continue reading Father
The Angel of Death or the Weeping Angel as it is also called is an 1894 sculpture by William Wetmore Story for the grave of his wife Emelyn Story at the Protestant Cemetery in Rome. It's full title bestowed by the creator was The Angel of Grief Weeping … Continue reading Angel of Grief or the Weeping Angel Sculpture