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Quiet Times For Those Who Grieve: Hope and Healing For Your Heart
Do not stand at my grave and weep I am not there. I do not sleep. I am a thousand winds that blow.
I am the diamond glints on snow. I am the sunlight on ripened grain. I am the gentle autumn rain. When you awaken in the morning's hush I am the swift uplifting rush Of quiet birds in circled flight. I am the soft stars that shine at night. Do not stand at my grave and cry; I am not there. I did not die. When I die If you need to weep Cry for someone Walking the street beside you.
You can love me most by letting Hands touch hands, and Souls touch souls. You can love me most by Sharing your Simchas goodness and Multiplying your Mitzvot acts of kindness. You can love me most by Letting me live in your eyes And not on your mind. God gives opportunities for us to love but not forever. God takes opportunities away after a while. So don't hesitate or delay or curse the darkness while remaining mired in sadness and hopelessness, because God gives; and God takes away.
Blessed be the name of the LORD.
Because if the opportunities were always there, we would wait until the time was just right and never make the leap, and more of life would slip away. So God gives and God takes; Blessed be God's name. Why rend the clothes? So strange to a tradition that admonishes not to break or to destroy. It is for the sake of anger against the unfairness of the world anger against him or her, God or self? Is tearing the cloth to give outer expression to the tattered soul within?
Or is it a parallelism the death of a person like the burning of a Sefer Torah for which tearing the clothes is performed? The burial of a human like the burial of a Torah A human being is like a Sefer Torah Studied, it has wisdom to impart Lived, it has goodness to convey.ufn-web.com/wp-includes/98/comment-espionner-un-telephone-a-distance.php
Quiet Times for Those Who Grieve: Hope and Healing for Your Heart
Rend the garments for the "Torah-mensch". Our common fate and faith our common destiny find us like the stitches of the parchment when any of us is lost The holy text is torn. In memory we are mended. And you will not be frightened, And you will not be sad, And you will not be alone, Not alone at all, And your tears will warm you.
Let me come in where you are weeping, friend, And let me take your hand. I, who have known a sorrow such as yours, Can understand. Let me come in -- I would be very still Beside you in your grief; I would not bid you cease your weeping, friend, Tears can bring relief. Towards the end of Too Soon , there is a helpful suggested liturgy which you could use in a thanksgiving or memorial service for your baby.
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Some are specific to being a woman, having housed a baby and so on, but many speak more generally to those who are mourning a child, and I think men could get a lot from this book too. Perhaps it is something you could read as a couple. When I do, this book will be my gift to them. Usually I ask people to comment or sign up to my mailing list — but, being a sensitive topic, people may feel uneasy about commenting.
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