“Nothing endures but change.”
I have often posted about grief, mainly because of the precious learnings it has given me after the death of our son.
Grief has informed me, revealed me and helped me understand deeply, the impermanence of life.
Because of this, it has deepened my capacity to love and to be present.
When we deny grief to be felt in our life, or ignore the fact it will come to us at some time. We lose sight of understanding the deep privilege it is to be here.
Leonard Cohen speaks of it beautifully.
“Oh my love,
Be not afraid.
We are so lightly here,
It is in love that we are made
And in love, we disappear.”