Category Archives: Grief

My Tacloban Experience Part 1 of 4

First hand experience of the devastation in the Philippines. This is from friends serving with KIM (Kid’s International Ministries)near Manilla. Consider how you might support these relief efforts.

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Mostly He Just Listened

There is a story that in an interview, Mother Teresa was asked about her prayer life.  I tried to find this interview or some evidence for this attribution, but was unsuccessful (though I did read several enlightening interviews with Mother … Continue reading

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Dad . . . Still

We don’t always understand all the places we are connected to our most vital relationships.  It can be a long and often painful process of discovery on the journey through The Sadness. Letter to my siblings: August 28, 2012 It’s … Continue reading

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Free to Grieve

There seems to be a lot of grief around me in the last few weeks. The letter below I just sent out to someone who recently lost a family member. It is not to a close friend, just a recent … Continue reading

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