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Posted by: Corry Roach on 2/20/2009 | 0 Comments

On a few days journey into the isolated loveliness of a small hamlet in deep snow, I gave myself permission to gain perspective and relax. Only a few people knew me, and so I had the opportunity to watch people go about their natural interactions with each other. I should have known better, that I'd be drawn into their circle of life and death.

Posted by: Corry Roach on 2/4/2009 | 2 Comments

 How do we get through grief so that we have something meaningful on the other side of all this pain? How do we heal and find meaning in the madness of mourning?

 



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    "Corry,

    I look forward to reading your thoughts on men and grief and will share how it strikes me.

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