Inspired by the video of Chris Medina below, whose fiance was seriously injured in an accident, I remember, not too long ago, what it was like to feel grief and pass through it. Whether it be the death of a loved one, divorce or a critical accident, (of which I have experienced two) the grief is still the same. At the time, it is like a right of passage initiation that you are sure to fail.
But life goes on and you are forced to shift gears into a greater sense of self knowlege beyond fear to the magic of wisdom. You may not see the change but a rebirth is happening inside you. A new sense of freedom and compassion emerges and strengthens your core. Grief loses it's grip and you become alive like never before.
The memory of the experience remains as an old friend who has taught you a life lesson. It is heartfelt but no longer dibilitates your essence. We are all so much more than what we believe. Our connection to whatever we call our life force (God, Spirit, Allah, Jehovah, Divine Mind etc.) is undeniable and immeasurable.
I hold out my heart to all experiencing grief. Hold on, hold out and know....
~signed The Wacky Ex Wife~