In the face of loss

It’s natural for us to fall apart in the face of loss. No need to stop it. Often our old coming mechanisms simply don’t work in this new context. However, finding our ground or recalling what has been most meaningful can help us stay present with what we are experiencing. We don’t have adequate language to describe this sort of incomprehensible experience, so we name it Mystery with a capital M.

Over the years, I have found that what we can experience or know directly may be much more important than our ability to explain or measure it.

Frank Ostaseski

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