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Running for Esther

Losing a loved one leaves an indelible mark on our lives, shaping the way we navigate the world. Seven years ago, my world was forever changed when I said goodbye to my daughter, Esther, who battled cancer with unimaginable bravery until she was just four years old. As I lace up my running shoes and embark on the journey of training for a The Royal Parks half marathon, I am […]

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A Love Letter from your loved one

by Tahlia Hunter Take the love you have for meAnd radiate it outwardsAllowing it to touch and impact others Take the memory you have of meAnd use it as a source of inspirationTo live fully, meaningfully and intentionally Take the image you have of me in your mindAnd allow it to fuel youTo take actionSeize the dayAnd be reminded of what is most important in life Take the care you […]

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Ever-Present Melodies

As we enter July, we observe a particularly poignant time – Bereaved Parents Month. This is a time for us to honor, remember, and acknowledge the winding journey that grieving parents undergo. This month, I want to particularly remember a bright spirit named Esther. Although she was only with us physically for four short years, her presence in our lives endures. A child’s death, in the natural order of life, […]

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Eternal Sisters: Love Beyond Life

For Esther and Alice When the delicate fabric of life gets woven with threads of love, loss, and longing, it creates a tapestry that is as heart-rending as it is beautiful. Such is the story of two sisters – one in heaven, the other on earth – connected by an indelible bond that transcends life and death. The eldest, a bright spirit, brought a world of joy to her family. […]

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Embracing the Wisdom of Old Souls

In a world that often values youth and the pursuit of external achievements, there are individuals who embody a profound wisdom that transcends their chronological age. These individuals are often referred to as “old souls.” Their unique perspective on life, their deep understanding of the human experience, and their appreciation for timeless wisdom make them intriguing and inspiring beings. An old soul is someone who possesses qualities that go beyond […]

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If you are grieving

Losing a loved one is one of the most painful experiences that we can go through. The grief that follows can be overwhelming, leaving us feeling lost and alone. In this article, we will explore some ways to find comfort from grief for the loss of a loved one. 1. Connect with others who have experienced loss One of the most helpful things you can do is to connect with […]

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Loosing a child

Losing a child is one of the most difficult things anyone can experience. It’s a pain that can’t be fully described with words, and it leaves an emptiness that never quite goes away. I find comfort in the idea that our souls continue on after our physical bodies die. For me, the belief in life after death is rooted in my faith. I believe that our souls are eternal, and […]

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The Spirit of the River

There was once a small town nestled in a valley by a river. The people in the town had always relied on the river for their water, their food, and their livelihoods. But as the years went by, they began to notice changes in the river. The water became more polluted, and the fish began to disappear. The townspeople were worried, but they didn’t know what to do. They tried […]

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INFJ and Grief

About a month ago I took the Myers’s-Brigg test and found out that I am an INFJ, introverted, intuitive, feeler and judging. We are a minority within the 16 personality types, with less than 2% of the total population. Intuitive is less widespread than sensing, about 20 vs. 80% I think, which is probably why we are a minority. The functions of INFJ are: As INFJ we recharge our energy […]

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When you…

Author Unkown When you finally accept you have not lost your person totally and that they travel beside you in spirit. When you are able to stop seeing them in their coffin or sick bed. When you start to focus on the happy times and not dwell in the moments that took their life away. When you finally get that every time you dwell on their death then that are […]