Whoa, I thought I was in a diffrent web site. I like it. Want to share this with you MOMS.
Sometimes the beauty of the world seems so terribly
painful. It seems all-wrong to be able to enjoy the peace
and calm of a beautiful sunset. It's unbearable to visit
places that you once loved because your loved one is no
longer here to enjoy those sights and sounds with you.
The fragrances of spring become like a stabbing pain
because the one you loved to share these experiences
with is gone. Life loses its beauty when we are in the
deep pit of grief.
There will come a day, though, when you can look at a
flower and see its beauty. You will watch the setting
Sun and feel calm and peace clear through to your soul.
You will no longer have guilt for enjoying the beauty of
this life because you trust that the one you love is in
better hands than ours. You allow yourself the freedom
to experience joy minus any guilt because you know that
your loved one would want exactly that for you - to know
the beauty of this world and to feel at peace with all of
life. - Clara Hinton
"Healing from grief is a process and it happens one step
at a time. The journey is slow at times, but you will
arrive!" --Clara Hinton
"The Lord is near to the brokenhearted, and saves those
who are crushed in spirit." --Psalms 34:18
Double wow, I thought something was wrong with my computer. Just wanted to say Thanks Angie, I really like the excerpt.