The rainbow 🌈 in the rains of GRIEF
Grief is described as a deep sorrow, especially caused by someone's death
Does it last forever? We all wonder, for it's PAIN that comes and makes home, seemingly forever
Does intense sorrow end?
Does deep sorrow ever have exceeding joy to it?
Did you know, that for morning to come, there has to be night?
There has to be a dark night, only with it can the light of day be esteemed
Where is that beauty to a dull and rainy day?
Did you know, that for a rainbow to form, there has to be rain?
There has to be a cloudy ugly sky
The beauty is in that ‘bow’ after the ‘rain’
I have known that to every cloud, is a silver lining
And most recently, that to every dark (Good) Friday there is a brighter (Easter) Sunday
So, where is the silver lining in GRIEF, where is the morning brightness in this PAIN?
Where is that rainbow in the intense sorrow described in the gap of GRIEF?
It is in the depth of love we feel when we lose the one we love?
Learning NOT to live without them, but to live with the love that they left us
It is in this, that the second part to grief, the rainbow in it, is the remaking of life?
Choosing to remake life with beauty, while reveling and cherishing the one that we love
The rainbow in MY GRIEF,
Was to learn, to grow, to evolve, to become and then to HEAL
To HEAL, I have found, is not to archive the pain, But to choose a lifestyle
One of PURPOSE, one that is intentional
That while we love on the one that we lost, a HEALTHY you, walking in HEALING
Gives you the rainbow, that crowns your GRIEF and puts the silver to that PAIN
The rainbow in my GRIEF, unearthed to PURPOSE
I can now look GRIEF in the face and speak more to the rainbow in the HEALING of the storm
I never knew that there would be beauty in this loss,
There is BEAUTY at the other end of those ashes,
Step out, raise your head dear lady, look straight up, you will see the rainbow 🌈
HopeHealthHealing Affirmation while we face GRIEF
“I will intentionally be the things I loved the most about the one that I lost. I will let them go and allow them to live their goodness in the remaking of my life”