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Posted by: Corry Roach on 3/23/2010 | 0 Comments

For most of us, grief and mourning brings us to an examination of our spiritual beliefs and faith. We are, after all, profoundly affected by loss, regardless of what kind of loss it is, although the death of a loved one is perhaps one of the most impacting, especially if the deceased person lived in your home, and if bereaved parents survive their children.

What is clear, is that grief offers us a distinct opportunity to examine our beliefs, giving opportunity to transform pain into power.

Posted by: Corry Roach on 3/12/2010 | 0 Comments

Today seems an extraordinary day in my world where I'm aware of so much pain and suffering that is going on around us, and yet, despite all of these tragedies, we must find meaning and hope in these occurrences if we are to transcend the meaning of mourning. There is no doubt that this is extremely difficult to do, yet it must be done if we are ever to know peace again.

 



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