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With Eyes Washed Clean by Tears: Further Reflections on Grief

“There is nowhere you could go that I won’t be with you.” – Grandmother Tala, Moana So, I bawled my eyes out yesterday watching Moana for the first time since it originally came out in theatres last year. The film is … Continue reading

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Sojourns with Sorrow: Grief as Guide and Comforter

When we lose someone we love, a part of us just wants to be relieved of the suffering, and we naturally think of our grief as something that must be endured or as a necessary stage to pass through or to … Continue reading

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