When endurance wins, the pathway becomes clear—from suffering to endurance, which
builds character, ending in a hope that does not disappoint—it requires the absence of isolation
(a.k.a., having real community). This is victory.
There’s something about grief that’s surprised me. It doesn’t go away. I’d always believed in that saying ‘time is a healer’ which, in turn influenced the support I offered grieving friends presuming that after a few months they’d moved on, the busyness of life filling the gaps left by their loss. But I’m here to tell you grief doesn’t leave….