The Paradox of Grieving, Journal entry from Song of My Heart
by Song of My Heart
Mourning a loss but celebrating a victory
The world keeps spinning but yet time stands still
Seeing more clearly even though tears blur my vision
Feeling the need to grieve alone and also feeling the need to be surrounded by family
Having dulled but yet heightened senses
Being heavenly minded but being more intentional about living on earth
Reminiscing over the past and clinging to hope for tomorrow
Incredible sadness and unbelievable joy
Considering the promise filled sunrise and also the finality of a peaceful sunset
Feeling closer to my loved one that has passed when we have never been further apart
Weeping, mourning, laughing and rejoicing
A mortal body dies and an immortal spirit lives forever
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