Most of us have some sort of belief about what happens after death. Heaven is a popular belief, though I’ve realized that “heaven” looks like a lot of different things to different people. Another popular thought is that nothing happens at all. Death is the end of the soul, if there is such a thing. On that note, this post is not religion-based in the slightest.
As happens to a lot of people who are grieving, I had a dream about my loved one. Continue reading What If The Afterlife Isn’t What We Thought?
Grief. A deep sorrow after losing someone. The deepest form of grief is when we lose someone to the angel of death. That finality is not something we know how to process. It’s hard for us to imagine a world in which that person is wholly and utterly gone.
And yet, that’s the world we live in now.
I learned something else through my grief. Continue reading The Story of My Grief