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With the death of a loved one comes mourning, anguish, distress, gloom, depression, despondency, dejection, loss of hope, ache, desolation, despair, isolation, lethargy, aching, suffering, gloominess, and regret.
Time heals all wounds; or so goes the cliché. In reality, time doesn’t heal every hurt. But the passing of time will make the pain easier to accept. There are some sorrows, however, that will never reach the completed stage of healing.
At times, and when least expected, deep sadness will overtake the sorrowful. There is, however, no set time for sadness. There’s also no set time for healing.
But when heartache comes, it’s best to go with it. Allow those ruthless emotions to sweep over your soul. Don’t hold back the tears. Tears are healing.
“Thou tellest my wanderings: put thou my tears into thy bottle: are they not in thy book?” (Psalms 56:8)
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