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Everybody Hurts By: Lee Down
Love and life are funny things that often bewilder us, creating feelings within our body that are not really caused by any physical injury. Take heartbreak for example. Heartbreak is not a pain caused by a physical injury to the heart. The pain we feel is an emotionally generated pain, ...
Dying into Life By: Sam Oliver
In the dying experience, people come face to face with their mortality. Dying people begin to reflect over their life and feel the effects of the life they have lived. As each experience is pondered, an accumulation of experiences creates a perspective. Each perspective builds upon another. An accumulation of ...
Pope John Paul II By: Dr Mel Glazer
WHAT I LEARNED FROM POPE JOHN PAUL II ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~I am not a Catholic, but I felt a deep loss when Pope John Paul II took ill and then died. That's what happens to us with public people--we connect with them even if we didn't know them. Remember when JFK was ...
Just What Do We Mean by ABUSE Anyway By: Rosella Aranda
For most people, the word abuse implies violent and malicious behavior. In fact, most mistreatment does NOT fall into that category.ALL MISTREATMENT LEAVES EMOTIONAL SCARSThere are several basic types of mistreatment, but one thing that all types of mistreatment have in common is that they ...
Dancing with Angels By: Sam Oliver
Throughout history, angels have been known as guiding spirits. They have been called "Messengers of God." Angels have been seen as encouraging souls whose purpose is to lead us through transformative events in our lives.Often, these guiding spirits are embraced so that a sense of comfort can be felt in ...
Silent Tears from a Norwegian Hospital By: Haakon Rian Ueland
Silent tears hit hospital-white sheets. The young Pakistani mother holds the mask that brings moisture, oxygen and medicine to her babygirls lungs as she struggles against the slime that threatens to suffocate her.On the walls of the childrens wing in the Akershus Universityhospital near Oslo, bright art shines. Highly skilled ...
Grief By: Saundra L Washington
I didn't know a heart could die before it stopped beating. I didn't know a life could cease before it stopped breathing.I didn't know how devastation could wend a living soul I didn't know how death could make one lose all self control.I didn't know the pain of loss ...
When the Heart Heals A Widows Story By: Gloria Lintermans
At this point, widowed for about 18 months, I met Hal the night I attended my last ?bereavement support group? meeting. I was instantly attracted to his energy. We seemed to have a lot in common, both professionally and emotionally. I gave him my business card with the knowing feeling ...
For THEM I Cry By: C V Harris
Recently, I have come to the earth shattering realization that the closer one is to attaining the age of forty the more one begins to value their own life and livelihood in general.Although I am quickly approaching the ?ever dreaded? mid-forty mark I am fully aware that time is running ...
Death Poem By: Lorraine Kember
During the two years of my husband's terminal illness, death was never far from my mind. We had been told he was dying and even a time in which it was supposed to happen. We had no idea of how it would happen. I was loathe to let ...
New Tears about Grievngwith commentary By: Dennis Siluk
New Tears [about Grieving]If it rains or shinesLittle does it matter so? Days, like tear drops?Slip and slide, and go.I sit looking out my windowLittle do I want to say?? Goodbye and close my brain;Not forever, anyway!...At my door he still standsHolding roses in his hands, I look a little ...
Coping With A Funeral By: Sharon Jacobsen
When the death of a loved one occurs, regardless or whether it was expected or not, you will find yourself having to deal with a great number of people. Some you will know closely, others may be complete strangers; all will be claiming some kind of relationship to the deceased.Whilst ...
Lessons We Learned From Terri Schiavo By: Dr Mel Glazer
Let's talk about Terry Schiavo, since her death illustrated for me many aspects of grief and hope. Who among us was not moved by the drama of her last days? I know I was. Her death was not the way I would want my own death to be. When my ...
The Grief And Belief Connection By: Bob Olson
"Grief is healing: To take away our grief is to take away our healing. And learning about life after death helps us heal with greater hope, comfort and peace." ~ Bob OlsonIn approximately five years of investigating the possibility of life after death, I have discovered convincing evidence ...
How to Turn Grief into Joy By: Robin Renee Bridges
I was with my daddy when he died. Excuse me, I was with my daddy when his spirit left his body. I drove him to the emergency room because he was having chest pains. He said that they weren't too bad, and his color was good. He was still walking.In ...
Sympathy Messages By: Tenley McDonald
The loss of a loved one. It is often difficult to find the right words to express your sympathy to someone during this time of sorrow. A floral tribute and supportive message can offer much support to those grieving such a loss. Here we list some suggestions, perhaps to inspire ...
Gods Gems By: Patricia Nordman
"You have collected all my tears and preserved them in your bottle! You have recorded every one of them in your book." Psalm 56:8 TLB."Tears are often the telescope through which men see into heaven." Anonymous. To think that our great God takes notice even of our tears and saves ...
Miracles By: Andrea Gambill
If we were to organize a list of the thorniest problems for the bereaved, certainly somewhere near the top would be the question of miracles. Everybody has heard anecdotal stories of certain people who have suffered incredible, life-threatening injuries or illness, but who have somehow recovered against all odds. A ...
Handicapped From Suicide By: Lindsay Blades
I am 23 years old. I come from a large family. I have 2 brothers (6 and 7), and 3 sisters (2months, 17, and 21). We are a very close famly, but I am especially close with my 17 year old sister. Like twins, with a ...
10 Useful Funeral Tips and Facts By: Glenda Erceg
1. Don't use your will or safety deposit box to hold a description of arrangements you have made for your funeral! Funerals usually take place (including disposal of the body) less then a week after the person dies. The Will does not even get officially read until after the funeral ...
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