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[TeenConnect, “Can grief really be healed?” Jenny Sawyer, March 10, 2017, JSH-Online.com]
This is a great article. I particularly love thinking about how the people grieving are comforted; that’s a promise. I also loved thinking about how our prayers on the subject help all of the millions around the world who may be dealing with this issue, even if I may not be.
Thank you so much for your thoughtful, insightful, uplifting articles.
Read it several times
Rob Gilbert’s guest editorial, “An undivided affection,” in the March 27, 2017, Sentinel is a must-read. I have read it several times and get something new out of it every time. He explains so clearly some solutions for the “gravitational pull of self” that wants to keep me/us from being better thinkers and healers.
In regard to our political and our world concerns, I was moved by his statement, “The benefit of going from being a partisan to a healer can be quite profound.” Amen!
Thank you so much for this timely editorial that moves and transforms the heart.
Monkton, Maryland, US
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