In Weeping

“Mourning is one of the most profound human experiences that it is possible to have… The deep capacity to weep for the loss of a loved one and to continue to treasure the memory of that loss is one of our noblest human traits”.– Shneidman (1980)



7 thoughts on “In Weeping

    • Thanks so much Jules. I’ve not been able to close my eyes tonight. So thinking, feeling, praying, and writing.
      It seems like we just buried the people in Virginia and then Colunbine right there in Colorado, so close, so long ago but feels like yesterday.

      Take care friend~ BB xoxo

        • Oh Jules just when it seems like it cannot rain any harder. I am so sorry honey. Is there anything I can do? Vent away my friend either here or through an email. I am your friend (not your pnly one ) and you have my most welcome to ralk, talk, and talk some more until you feel you have nothing left. Cryis aloud too despite IIthe fact I know how much you would rather not. ~ Gentlest of hugs my dear kind friend. Please let me know how Ming is doing and his friend. I do care. ~ BB

You are most welcome to share your thoughts, comments, and/or complaints here. Know though complaints are only handled on the 2nd Tuesday of the week.~ The Management

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