Mourning is an act of softening. It supports us in softly closing the gap between what we want, envision, or long for, and what actually exists. In the absence of mourning, we are likely to try to do it with some degree of force: either by trying to force ourselves …
Any grieving we don’t do stiffens our hearts and shuts us away from fully engaging with life.
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