* Continuing through “a grace disguised” by Jerry Sittser
The Silent Scream of Pain
In this chapter the author talks about the experience of pain one can experience with loss. The words “unspeakable” “unbearable” were just a few he uses to describe the pain felt by those who’ve lost a loved one. I know that pain.
Interestingly enough he goes on to reflect what pain means. The value of it, if one could find that unfathomable. The following quote puts it into perspective and gives one some type of rationale behind why pain is experienced due to loss.
“What is true of the body is true in the soul. The pain of loss is severe because the pleasure of life is so great; it demonstrates the supreme value of what is lost.”
How we go about dealing with our pain is a whole different story. I found…
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