I recently lost a friend unexpectedly. At one time, I would have called him a good friend but we had drifted apart after I retired and I was surprised to discover he had been suffering from leukemia for two years. And then I started beating myself up for being out of touch. it didn't help. But we all know that. We've all lost somebody unexpectedly, especially since covid. Here's an article that does help.
I was thinking of you when I stumbled across this article.
I just found this article written for Mother's day this morning. Even though late, it is still relevant.
I enjoyed this so much. Thank you for posting.
"Grief never ends, but it changes. It’s a passage, not a place to stay. Grief is not a sign of weakness, nor a lack of faith. It is the price of love." Tiny Buddha
Unlocking the Gift of Impermanence
“The answer to the pain of grief is not how to get yourself out of it, but how to support yourself inside it.” ~Unknown
I’m getting there very slowly. Jan 16th was 1 year since my daughter passed away from Covid. Feb 6th will be 3 years since my son passed away from liver problems.