I dedicate this site to the memory of my stepdaughter, Heather, who was murdered on Thanksgiving 2017. I want to chronicle some of the events and spiritual insights that happened. It is my hope that this may help some other souls who stumble upon this site. Maybe some good can come off this after all (read more here).  ~ May 2018

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Working with grief, Part 1: Introduction

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This text has not been edited yet, so there will be mistakes. I ask you to forgive this, and find the meaning nonetheless.

In the new spirit of getting things out faster, I am posting this.  Two days ago would have been Heather’s 35 birthday.  As part of this, my wife and I went to have breakfast. 

During breakfast, we talked about the various thoughts I have been dealing with the death of Heather, and grief.

It was all about grief and suffering, and me trying to help her.

It was also talking about the insights from the experiment last night ( see below, "Read before")

To her, this is always very abstract.  I live in thought, my wife in emotions.  And it is one of my dreams to help us with our emotions better.   So I went through, and a really good dialogue developed.  Me from my intellectual side. Her form an emotional side.  (It was a beauiful applied example of the process of the dialectic, that I had received insight about last night in the experiment, see read before)

And in that back and forth, it churned something out. 

I wish at times I would have a voice recorder on (cell phone) to just record this, because often it is so insightful.  The interaction between intellect and emotions, me talking to my wife, can sometimes be very insightful.

After I got home, I tried to put down the main points that came up, writing as quickly as I could.

I only tried to hit the main points.  

I decided to put this into two articles that follow. Leaving them as raw and unfinished, and I ask you to connect the dots.

If I edit all this and make it beautiful, it will take me forever.

Two articles to follow very shortly, see the read next links below.

Namaste — I bow to you and the Divine in you.

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