Tag: grief

The Sound of Silence – Walking Through Grief

Grief, it comes in waves. One moment I am fine, and the next I am crying like a little baby. There is no way to get through this valley of Grief without it changing you.  I have been silent for a while now. The sound of silence is deafening. How can silence be so loud?…

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Butterfly – a Tribute to Those We Lost Suddenly

Butterfly -Copyright 2019 Diana Rasmussen Like a butterfly you came and went, Here one moment gone the next How I wish that I had wings I remember our adventures All the times we laughed and cried How I wish we had more time I’d follow you to Heavens gate Listen to Jesus call your name…

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Learning to Deal with Grief – What Are Your Stressors?

I recently have been visiting many Doctors to figure out what is going on with me. One of them asked, ” What are your stressors?” It took me a few days to figure this out. My family life is good. What else could stress me? Then it hit me, I hate loss. Here is part…

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10 Quotes About Grief

It has been a hard month. Two of my friends lost loved ones this month. My heart hurts. I havn’t been very talkative this month. My friends and I are grieving and I know only God can heal our hearts.  I love them and it is so hard for all of us. I know that…

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When You Can’t Be Together at the Holidays

Holidays are hard sometimes. Especially when for whatever reason you can’t be together. Maybe it’s because of an illness, or distance, or death, or service. No matter what the reason it makes your heart hurt. That’s where I am today. Don’t get me wrong – I am grateful for the get togethers. Yet I miss…

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Oceans of Memories

We all know grief. We have all lost someone dear to us. They say death is a part of life. Idk about that. I can tell you I don’t like it. I don’t like losing people. Yes, I know if they are saved they go to Heaven and dance with Jesus. But we are still…

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Have You Been Considered?

Have you been considered? By God? Remember Job? Remember Joseph? Are you going through a test right now? I am. I believe that this is a test, it is is only a test. God is more than able to meet all of my needs in Christ Jesus. He knows what I need even before I…

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Untangle Me

Untangle Me Copyright 2015 Diana Rasmussen Knotted to misconceptions Must have lost the directions Wound around past failures Turn around this old behavior Let me be the diamond you wear around your neck Restore the part of me that’s wrecked Turn things around from end to end Lord, untangle me Untwist my dark clouded mind…

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Love is Messy-deliverance from self-hatred

Love is messy. It’s not for the faint at heart that’s for sure. And it’s not for the fault finders either. We are all still human and how we respond to someone’s mistake or weakness shows others how soft or how hard our heart is. As a parent I am still learning and growing.  I…

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I Will Remember You

I Will Remember You by Sarah McLachlan I will remember you Will you remember me? Don’t let your life pass you by Weep not for the memories I’m so tired but I can’t sleep Standin’ on the edge of something much too deep It’s funny how we feel so much but we cannot say a…

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Melancholy Mood

There are sunny days and cloudy days. Happy days and sad days.  Today – just in a melancholy mood – idk why. mel·an·chol·y ˈmelənˌkälē noun 1.a feeling of pensive sadness, typically with no obvious cause. “an air of melancholy surrounded him” synonyms: sadness, sorrow, unhappiness, woe, desolation, melancholia, dejection, depression, despondency, cafard, gloom, gloominess, misery;…

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Quotes to Remember Our Fallen Heroes

REMEMBER We remember you, the fallen, the ones who gave their lives for our freedom.   You are not forgotten. Your love lives on in our hearts.  We cherish the time we had with you. Memories so sweet. And always, we love you. Quotes for Memorial Day God of our fathers, who by land and…

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