Monthly Archives: March 2012

It’s Time for You to Fly

Though we may wish to keep you with us your destiny lies on high. Memories in my heart have to do ‘cause it’s time for you to fly. Letting go is still the hardest thing. Real love should not be … Continue reading

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The Seeker

It all started with curiosity, a simple question really…does something of our essence survive the death of the physical body?  I had always wondered about it, but a devastating loss made it a compulsion to find out.  I had to … Continue reading

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Fresh out of Grandparents

I never knew my grandfathers. My paternal grandfather passed away before I was born and my maternal grandfather died when I was an infant. I have vague recollections of my father’s mother as a very old, very frail woman in … Continue reading

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The River Flows

Assuming I am an average American male, I will live for 75.6 years. This means sometime in late January or early February of 2040 (on average) I will lay down my cares and pass though the veil. By my calculation … Continue reading

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Affirmations Again

Do you feel better when you are selfish or selfless? Do you feel better when you are around positive people or negative people? Do you feel better rushing around in a blur, or when you take a moment to breathe? … Continue reading

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Am I Crazy?

Yes… No… No more so than anyone else. Feeling crazy is part and parcel to the whole bereaved parent thing. Some days I can’t get out of my own way, I just kind of wander through the day clueless. Some … Continue reading

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What I Read, What I Write

Today’s insight, what I write is often directly related to what I’m reading. I’ve feel like I’ve been struggling with creativity recently. I haven’t been writing a lot, and I usually relate that to being depressed, but I think there … Continue reading

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