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To speak, or to be silent?

I know a young couple who recently lost a child through a miscarriage. It was very sad, even heartbreaking. And yet, I didn’t write a note, or make a call, or stop by their home. I felt awkward and I was silent.

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Acknowledging Grief

Because our culture denies grief — and because it denies the things which precipitate grief, most especially death — there is something profoundly freeing about escaping the denial, at least for an hour or two.

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Crying on Streets of Gold

“Stay Gold” by Swedish Folk Duo, First Aid Kit is a contemplative song that could be the soundtrack to the prophet Isaiah and Solomon’s prophetic ponderings on the human experience

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The precious gift of grieving

Humanity is rapidly losing the ability to grieve. We still ache and shed tears at the death of a loved one, but what about the living dead among us that we don't know, including those we think we know?

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