By Joni Greever
Being able to look at the big picture – believing that this lifetime is a tiny part of our eternity and that we’ll meet again – has helped tremendously in my healing.
by Franklin Cook
Even as the reality of my father as a living person slips further and further into the past, his influence in my life – which is now almost exclusively a very positive influence – continues to grow.
by Jan McDaniel
After life-changing loss, there is a period when we are trying to stay with our lost loved ones, a place between death – where they have gone – and life, where we are supposed to be.
By Dan Pallotta
I am filled with a sense of one powerful, singular truth, which is, if you just stay in the world, have patience and have faith, anything is possible – absolutely anything.
By Kelley Clink
…the longer I was able to sit with my brother’s death, the more spaces there was for me to breathe again. To laugh. To dance.