Every death is unique and we need to remove the words “ought to" or “should” when we begin talking about how families deal with death, the funeral and the grieving process.
As we learn in this video, the grieving process is unique to each individual and why a highly linear, scheduled approach does not work for most people.
Why do people carve their initials in trees? Or place their hands in cement? They want to leave their mark, and to be remembered. But the real marks they leave are the ones they've made on us. A hug. A smile. A kind word. We want to remember them. This touching video helps families see how remembering can help them deal with loss.
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“A smile of encouragement at the right moment may act like sunlight on a closed-up flower; it may be the turning point for a struggling life.” -Unknown “Cry out for insight and understanding. Search for them as you would for lost money or hidden treasure.” -Proverbs 2:3-4
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