Emily Brontë, the author of Wuthering Heights, experienced multiple losses as a young child. By the time she was seven she had already experienced the death of her mother and her two oldest sisters. She writes in a poem entitled Remembrance: Cold in the earth and the deep snow above thee, Far, far removed, cold […]
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Richard Nixon resigned in disgrace as President of the United States. John F. Stacks in Time magazine reported Nixon almost died after he left Washington due to a bout of phlebitis and that he had considered suicide. However during Nixon’s memorial service, eulogy after eulogy reviewed the significant contributions President Nixon gave to foreign policy. […]
Children are often free to say, “I love you.” As we get older sometimes those words become harder to say. Many of us find it hard to be truly open with those whom we have had close relationships. Perhaps it is difficult because the person has not lived up to our expectations or we feel […]
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. -author unkown Real love doesn’t die. It’s the physical body that dies. Genuine, authentic love has no expectations whatsover; it doesn’t even need […]