Saying Goodbye


For Stephanie, who inspired it.

The Bingergread Cottage

Yet again my blog post is inspired by a few words on social media which is why I stay there even though it has caused much heartache to me and others. If you feel I owe you an apology – take this one, I’m doling them out very evenhandedly today.Sorry

Death as illustrated by Paul Kidby in The Art of Discworld. Death as illustrated by Paul Kidby in The Art of Discworld.

Death is an equal-opportunities employer, or should that be DEATH is? He really does not consider age, social status or even species. Circumstances often dictate how dire the loss is to the grieving. There being no concrete proof, other than belief, that anything continues after that final breath, I am sure that grief is partly for ourselves. WE won’t see that loved one any more. WE will miss them.

Those who do believe in “something in the great hereafter” are possibly more easily comforted. I may get a lot…

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About ailsaabrahamwp

My blog for all things spiritual. Author, shaman, knitter and motorcycle freak. Have published seven novels with two more in the pipeline pus two non- fiction works to come.
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