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The cost of love is the inevitability of loss.

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The heartbreaking news is passed on indirectly as these things so often are. I do not know the family and have no real connection to their lives.

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The process of forgiveness is the process of letting go.

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In the face of the tragic realities that so often afflict the world, we need a new strategy.

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Remembrance Day is a good time to ponder loss and grief and to explore our own response to the inevitable pain that accompanies the often difficult realities of life.

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Anyone who has ever experienced grief should watch Nancy Berns’ meditation on how we deal with loss at:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w0rCfXSdYPE
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Sue Wintz offers helpful advice for responding to people who are experiencing grief in the face of the death of a child, or any death, at:

http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/guest-voices/post/quit-using-loss-when-referring-to-death/2012/12/17/95e7b582-4878-11e2-b6f0-e851e741d196_blog.html

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