Monthly Archives: May 2011

Paradoxical strength in tenderness …


“Grief is the price we pay for love.” – Queen Elizabeth II “Grief only serves to highlight the depth of our capacity to love and be loved.” – Sameet Kumar “There is immeasurable strength in tenderness.” ~ Sue Rosenbloom “Every … Continue reading

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Broken hearts, open spirits …


“The grief from multiple losses has broken my heart, but not my spirit; each loss has opened it wider to giving and receiving compassion.” ~ Sue Rosenbloom

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A new kind of normal …


“To reinvent a new kind of normal after loss, is a painful undertaking. Like jagged shards, grief pierces the heart; shattering into raw and weeping emotions. The emotional wounds won’t begin to fade, unless the splinters are painstakingly removed one … Continue reading

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Thriving, not just surviving …


“There is sacredness in tears. They are not the mark of weakness, but of power. They speak more eloquently than ten thousand tongues. They are messengers of overwhelming grief … and unspeakable love.” – Washington Irving “Experience is not what … Continue reading

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Radical about …


“The only things I am radical about are kind acceptance of self and others.” ~ Sue Rosenbloom

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When heaven and earth collide ….


“Heaven and earth collides where selfless love abides.” ~ Sue Rosenbloom “Every selfless act of love brings heaven closer.” ~ Sue Rosenbloom “Considerate people have to turn down more invitations than the inconsiderate receive.” ~ Sue Rosenbloom

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Unconditional nurturers …


“All that I am or hope to be, I owe to my angel mother.” – Abraham Lincoln “Happy Mothers Day to all women who have unconditionally  loved and nurtured a child.” ~ Sue Rosenbloom “Did you ever meet a mother … Continue reading

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