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The Wild Edge of Sorrow

The Wild Edge of Sorrow – HIGHLIGHT

By Francis Weller Reviewed by Sara Demetry The work of the mature person is to carry grief in one hand and gratitude in the other and to be stretched large by them.  Francis Weller, www.thesunmagazine.org/issues/478/the-geography-of-sorrow Grief around the loss of my mother at age 28 is what turned my mind ... continue
Posted September 3, 2021 by Natasha West
Cherry Season

Cherry Season – HIGHLIGHT

By Natalie Pascale Boisseau Note: This piece contains sensitive content about suicide. (French: [klafuti]; Occitan: clafotís [klafuˈtis] ) My love, when I look at the deep red cherries in the white bowl before me, the color of a sunburst heart, I become a citizen of the present moment. I forget ... continue
Posted August 28, 2021 by Natasha West
Relating with Grief as We Age

Relating with Grief as We Age – HIGHLIGHT

COLUMN: Aging in Enlightened Society by Acharya Emily Bower Member of the Working Group on Aging for Shambhala Grief is never simple, never clean or clear-cut. It defies description, it has many effects on our lives, it has many symptoms. To name a few of these: depression, suppressed immune ... continue
Posted February 25, 2013 by

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