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Conscience and Religious Freedom Division Threatens Patient Autonomy:A new Trump agency protects healthcare providers who opt out of medical aid in dying
“The highest tribute to the dead is not grief but gratitude.”:- Thornton Wilder
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Tag Archives: Grief Loss and Bereavement
The Burke family soul band, named by their mother for the way they stood in group photos, promised a better life in complicated times.
Ooh-oo child Things are gonna get easier Ooh-oo child Things’ll get brighter In 1970, the words to the Five Stairsteps release of “Ooh Child” felt like a healing balm. My fellow college students and I had suffered numerous national wounds … Continue reading
A simple poem speaks eloquently to the loneliness of grief
Ernest Dowson’s unusually titled poem, “Non sum qualis eram bonae sub regno Cynarae” (“I am not as I was in the reign of good Cynara”) is a simple yet very effective piece about a man’s longing for a lost lover … Continue reading
Page Hodel creates beautiful hearts as a tribute to enduring love
It’s an honor for SevenPonds to share with our readers the story of the Monday Hearts for Madalene project, a true account of the power of love in the midst of death.The project’s origins take us to 2005: the moment … Continue reading
A pastor in Wisconsin held a special service to acknowledge parishioners' grief
The holidays come with a host of expectations. Perhaps the most ubiquitous of these is the feeling that we must put a smile on our faces no matter how we feel. This “forced cheer” can be difficult for anyone under … Continue reading
Bob Dylan's tender love song reminds us of the source of our grief
A little over two years ago, a fire destroyed the building where I was renting an apartment. Fortunately, no one was injured, and the landlord soon placed everyone who lived in the building in a new home. All we lost, … Continue reading