Over the past year I have watched my life come full circle. Some things that didn’t pan out in the years before my sister’s death, or things I lost interest in mostly because I was a busy college student, have come back into my life.
A few summers before Denise died in 1991 I had an opportunity to work at my local newspaper but it didn’t work out. Then a few months ago I…
Many normal, quality, good hearted persons, who would usually be balanced and feeling a sense of well being, may come upon circumstances or come to have health problems or pressures to achieve or survive in this sometimes unforgiving world we live in, that it causes them to feel intense despair that they see no reason to continue living. Sometimes it is from inherited mental health issues, which can be an overwhelming situation to be in for some.
These persons do…Continue
My partner, Lloyd, passed away 4 weeks ago.
He woke as usual at 4am to wash dishes, pack his lunch and SMOKE! He came back into the bedroom sweating, vomiting and with pains in his chest, arm and back. Phoned for an ambulance which never arrived. Got him into the car eventually and got him to hospital. They treated him in casualty for chest pains and admitted him to the cardiac unit. The unit manager sent me home to collect clean clothes. Barely at home I received a call…Continue
Added by Allan Strydom on December 3, 2012 at 11:24am — No Comments
Life like a mist, appears for just a day,
Then disappears tomorrow.
All that we are can quickly fade a away,
Replaced with tears and sorrow.
If a man should die, can he live again?
Hear the promise God has made:
He will call; the dead will answer.
They shall live at His…Continue
Added by Come Be Refreshed 119 on December 2, 2012 at 8:30pm — No Comments
I believe that grief is the other side of love. When our loved one is alive we express our love in a multitude of ways. We do not automatically stop loving, or stop wanting to love our loved one when he or she dies. So what do we do with all that love? We grieve. Grief is a plethora of feelings, but at the bottom of it, it is unexpressed/unrequited love. Mourning, or as I like to say Good Mourning, is a conscious decision to go towards grief with the intention of sharing it. Fundamentally,…Continue
Added by Estil Canterbury on December 1, 2012 at 11:10pm — No Comments