WaltC Posted May 28, 2006 Report Share Posted May 28, 2006 Julius Lester wrote:Grief ebbs but grief never ends. Death ends a life but death does not end a relationship.Thomas Attig wrote:…life is drained of its meaning…We do not want to stop loving them. We rightly resist those who say we must. We know in our hearts that it matters too much and to those who died.We continue to hold those we love in our hearts, in the vital centers of our lives…We don’t ever entirely finish with grieving because as we grieve and seek lasting love, we are responding to persistent mysteries that pervade our lives. Love and suffering become our lifelong teachers...in lasting love we affirm the value of the meaningful differences those we love have made.These two writers express my views concisely on the subject of everlasting love. The Butterflies have returned to the gravesite - we are NOT alone! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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