Learning and Loss
Monday, March 12, 2018
Loss, regardless of the cause, is one of the most profound feelings we, as humans, get to process. Elisabeth Kubler-Ross was incredibly on point when she she published her key work so many years ago. The steps of grief are walked through by each of us, in our own unique-yet-predictable ways, and affect us on far more levels than we care to disclose. It is a silent, excruciating journey that changes each of us forever. I, personally, continue to learn through honoring those feelings with new circumstances as old friends and other contemporaries move on. I work hard to examine each step as I trod through this minefield, and try to recoup my strength through whatever means I am shown. I am grateful for each nuance I learn and will forever choose to use that to be of service.