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Closing life's many doors

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“Grief is healing: To take away our grief is to take away our healing. And learning about life after death helps us heal with greater hope, comfort and peace.”  

— Bob Olson

Death is as much a part of life as anything. Although, it is the hardest part of life, a person ever has to live through. I have experienced loss as much as others; although no one ever experiences loss in the same way. It is impossible to tell someone “I know how you feel.” To know that feeling is a unique and private part of one’s life. For me, I have found it best to say, “I am sorry for your loss.” It is a way to express your feelings without intruding on those of others.

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