When we honor and celebrate death we open the door to two important states of being.
Before creating something new, we must let go and grieve all that was before, and all that never came to be.
The reality of life is that we’re never truly finished because we always come back around.
The fact that loss is part of life doesn’t diminish the loss. You’re allowed to grieve.
In moments of transition, grief arrives as a medicine with wisdom to offer those who are willing to receive it.
People died so we can be free. The least we can do is spend a few minutes in reflection and gratitude for their sacrifices.
I’ve exhausted my outrage, am tired of anger. Even fear has dissipated. All that’s left is the grief.