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Grief – Blog Carnival

griefWelcome to the One Word At A Time Blog Carnival. This week’s word is: Grief.
Although this is a ‘One Word’ carnival, we have a theme for the next few weeks and the theme is “Let Go Of…” So every week, we will have a word for the week, but the theme will be letting go of that word.

My entry is below all of this intro stuff.

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Don’t Take it from me….

Kiss Goodbye by Deb Watson

I know nothing about grief.

I am blessed to have never experienced first-hand a truly grief-inducing situation. This week’s topic is ‘let go of grief’ but I’ve never been there so I am not going to try to make something up.

Instead, I’d like to direct you to Deb Watson, a lady who HAS experienced grief and who has seen God’s hand at work in her through that grief.

Kiss Goodnight: The story of God’s presence through the dark night is a wonderfully detailed description of what she and her family went through when her daughter was killed in a car accident.

I may know nothing about letting go of grief, but Deb certainly does – and I absolutely recommend her book to you!

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Written By: PeterP
On: March 19th, 2013
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3 Responses to Grief – Blog Carnival

  1. Pingback: Deepest Grief | Living the Story

  2. hazel i moon wrote:

    Thank you for sharing about Deb’s book and her terrible experience of losing a daughter. So sad when we lose a young person. We expect the older loved ones to go, but it is unthinkable when the young pass on through accident or illness. I am glad you never feel sorry for yourself, as that is a form of grief.

  3. hazel i moon wrote:

    That is what I did in my post today! Felt sorry for myself.

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