Having recently lost a loved one, what is most important is that #LoveRemains🌷
Love Remains for Sally
“After the first sprout, your days in the sun
Your days in the rain
Often lit by moonlight and your own magic
when in the sky there was none,
shining your love,
shining your smile,
After you toiled, you made it look effortless,
gradually transforming “the system”
greeting people into your heart, they couldn’t resist
into your home
After creating your family with all of the artists, poets, singers and filmmakers,
all the way to great grandchildren,
inspiring others to be their authentic self,
you’d say “Be original.”
After the words left your mouth and the presence grew stronger,
your eyes grew ever brighter,
your heart swelled, shining brighter,
there was no mistaking – Love remains.”
–– Emmy Vadnais
We all experience loss. It can be the physical loss of person, a pet, a place, a home, a relationship, a job – it can be anything.
It is important to honor the grief. What does this mean? To allow yourself to feel how you feel. At the same time, acknowledge what was gained. What did you learn? What did you receive? What did you give? What remains?
If you need help processing your feelings or support with a loss, grief or transition, let me know. I may be able to help you.