Book: The "Faces" Of My Grief by Catherine McWilliams Myers
categories: Book, Death, Loss, Faces, Bereavement, Love, God, Jesus, Holy Spirit, Comfort, Grief
Catherine McWilliams Myers about this book: Grief has Faces: The Faces create pictures, images, they engrave memories and tell stories. These faces, pictures, images, memories, and stories, are the ties that bind us, grip us, and hold us so tightly together, to the people that the faces represent, that the very grief itself, takes on a life of it's on, which literally confines us, traps us, imprisons us, cripples us, until it finally breaks us. What is this sting we call death? We've heard all the stories about the sweet bye and bye; we are told that they are in a better place; that their pain and suffering has come to an end. Yet, still why does the death of a loved one, sting us? Why do we allow the sting of death to rob us? To steal from us, to kill the best parts of us? And to sometimes even, utterly destroy us?
As I behold the faces of just a handful of my loves, and I walk through this Valley of the Shadow of Death, my hope is that I can discover, uncover, and maybe even bring some peace to the so many unanswered questions, that sting of death brings, which causes the unmerciful pain of our grief, at the time of our loved one's death and beyond.
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