Saturday, April 2, 2016

Cry, Heart, But Never Break

"The boundaries which divide Life from Death are at best shadowy and vague. Who shall say where the one ends, and where the other begins?" ~Edgar Allan Poe

Tomorrow is the 3rd anniversary of my mom's passing. My thoughts are all wrapped up in that. It comes and goes, moving between my thoughts of everyday life and my explorations of what I need to do for my growth.

We are having a free session at our studio - to talk about death and dying... I think there is not enough talk about that, not enough sharing of our experiences and thoughts. This is to start to fill that space. 

This came across my timeline (click on the image to follow the link): 

It's appropriate and is now leading me off down the rabbit hole of writings on death, grief and mourning. Three years have passed and there is still grief. As much as there is happiness that she is no longer physically suffering, that her spirit is not free... there is also sorrow that she is not physically here with me. 

Especially in this month as I get ready to celebrate my birthday and especially now as I'm thinking about marriage and what that looks like. 

Today is day 2 of the #100HappyDays project and I've already posted. Our days are filled with so many moments painted in shades of thoughts and feelings.

What do you feel in this moment?

peace,
Ren 

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