Tag Archives: bereavement

Night Falls Hard.

We seem to edge nearer to the edge of the edge…and a new beginning is dawning                         — Scott, Journal […]

An Unexpected Visitor

Suddenly dropped into a free fall of pain and shock by the news of my friend’s dire situation, it was days before it occurred to me that the news carried ominous implications for my own health. In the late 80’s, in the figurative backwaters of Tallahassee, AIDS had seemed something far away, an awful, incomprehensible experience that happened only in distant places to other people.

“Blessed are They That Mourn,” He Said: An Introduction

NOW, why might Christ have gone and said that, about the walking wounded? What might he have seen that we […]