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Sitting on Our Ash By: Patricia Nordman
I dearly love the Book of Job. The year our son died I had lost two other basic relationships, all three deaths within months of each other, and all suddenly with no time for goodbyes. I found my comfort in the Old Testament, Job and Isaiah especially. On the third ...
Death an Overerated Paradox By: Tushar Jain
Death is an overrated paradox ? for when we are actually besieged by sorrow of bereavement or loss, we, by determining the source of such a breed of sadness and mourning, render it helplessly corrupt, sad or perverse. Death is a causeless inevitability, pronounced in every man's structure, and the ...
Funeral Flower Arrangements By: Ken Marlborough
Comforting a grieving family is never an easy task and people often feel quite helpless at being unable to do the right thing. Fortunately, flowers are a good way to condole one's loss and are sent to the funeral home for display during the viewing and service.In the first couple ...
Bruised Reeds and Smoking Wicks By: Patricia Nordman
"A bruised reed He will not break, and smoking flax He will not quench..." (Isaiah 42:3 NKJ).Jesus didn't--and doesn't--go by our theory of survival of the fittest. He takes our bruised reed that twists in the storm and strengthens and straightens it enough so that it makes music for Him ...
How to Deal with Suffering By: Corbin Wright
Reflect upon the following questions, and answer those you feel might be most important for those who are most concerned about this topic.QUESTIONNAIRE ON HOW TO COPE WITH SUFFERING1- If there is a loving God, why do so many Christians and good people have to suffer so much whereas others ...
Loss and Grieving A Healing Process By: Michael Russell
Life is a cycle and part of this cycle is loss. With loss comes grief which is a natural part of the healing process and which will eventually lead to recovery. There are a lot of causes of loss. But no matter the cause, dealing with a ...
One Womans Way of Dealing With Grief By: Beth Densmore
All of us at one time or another have felt grief: perhaps over a lost job, lost love, or the most heartbreaking, the death of someone we loved dearly. Each of us goes about the task of grieving in our own distinct way.When we lose a loved one the ...
Saying Goodbye To My Beautiful Buddy By: Shannon Lynnes Heggem
A couple of years ago I lost my dearest friend in this world. Buddy, my beautiful German Shepherd, my incredible, faithful companion went on to the Rainbow Bridge to wait for me. He unselfishly gave me eight fun-filled years brimming with love and loyalty. He taught me ...
Trial by Fire 9 Tips for Grieving Couples By: Lisa Church
You will often hear that grief and loss bring couples together, but it can actually do just the opposite. It is possible to emerge on the other side of grief with a closer marriage, but it does take work.Here are some tips adapted from the book "Hope is Like the ...
Thoughts on Death By: Corbin Wright
Before we discuss the subject of death, we should discuss the subject of grief. And that is that there are basically 5 stages of grief that one undergoes when one encounters a loss, whether it's a broken relationship, bankruptcy, a loved one's death, ones own impending death, or any other ...
Grief How To Deal With It By: Pradeep Chadha
Grief is an integral part of almost everyone's life. Whenever you go through the loss of a near and dear one, you go through a grief process. Grief is experienced physically and psychologically. Crying is an integral part of grief process. In cultures where crying is acceptable, loss is borne ...
The Art of Death By: Jake Rose
There are things in life that I may never want to happen. There are things that I will try to hide from, try to keep away. There is though only one thing I fear, and that is death. I'll know no other fear like I will know the fear of ...
Suicide Survivor By: TL McMullen
Suicide is a nightmare for survivors of loved ones. Death in itself is hard to cope with but when someone you love intentionally takes their life, this pain is somehow multiplied many times over. Your mind races with unanswered questions and your heart pounds in shock ? then ...
Death on Valentines Day By: CD Mohatta
Life is strange. It gives many pleasures and it gives many pains. I wonder if you believe in fate, but some of us get a bigger share of pain than pleasure. I am not speaking of pains such as hunger, shelter etc., but pains of the heart. Why is ...
When Sorrow Is Too Great to Be Borne Alone Support Groups Reach Out By: Karyl Chastain Beal
Not long after Arlyn died, my husband and I decided to attend a support group program run by the local Hospice organization. We felt lost, afraid, and alone, and we desperately needed to understand the emotional roller coaster we were on.So the night of the first support meeting, we drove ...
Made in Heaven By: Nithya K
Consumed by my loss, I didn't notice the hardness of the pew where I sat. I was at the funeral of my dearest friend - my Mother. She finally had lost her long battle with cancer. The hurt was so intense; I found it hard to breathe at times.Always supportive, ...
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