Tag: grief

empathy

On Spring, and Empathy.

How does one show empathy in the face of someone else’s pain? One way is never, ever to say “at least.”

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family

This Was My Brother

Terrence Malcolm Burpee  1953,  Age 6 This Was My Brother by Mona Gould This was my brother At Dieppe Quietly a hero Who gave his life Like a gift, Withholding nothing, His youth…his love… His enjoyment of being alive… His …

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friendship

Just sayin’. Thoughts About Grief.

You know, normally I’m not at a loss for words. On the blog or otherwise. But this week. Meh. Not so chatty. You see, the young son of a good friend just died. He was fourteen. And we’re all kind of …

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