Everyone experiences grief sometime in their life, but many of choose to walk that road alone. The grief experience is unique to each indivual and is based on their personality, and their attachment-detachment styles of coping with tragedy. I fear the silence of my lost loved one, but my memories may suffice for now. What about tomorrow and the days to come; will my tears fill the silence, the awful void? Will we grow, listen and learn from our Teacher, our grief, that brings us to be obedients to God's commands in our walk of life? If so, we can beome a witness too, to the everlasting love of God for us all.
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About the Book
Grief has been my teacher for many years of its sorrows and joys, expounding on the way of love which leads us to the cross and God’s great love for us. I wonder what it is all about-this grief-these tears? If grief is my teacher, what do I need to learn? Grief is a journey of love that each of us has to walk alone. My tears drip, they drop, they flow and they contain my healing as I walk along my pilgrimage of grief that leads me to the joy of the love of God.
This book has won:
Literary Titan: Silver Award
New England Book Festival: Honorable Mention
About the Author
Carolyn Begley Daley was born in Hyden, Kentucky in the heart of Appalachia. She holds a BS in chemistry and biology from Eastern Kentucky University and an MEd in education from the University of Louisville. She also did graduate work at Southern Methodist University and the University of Kentucky. She is the author of God’s Love For You A Pictorial Devotional. She has served in leadership roles in several charitable organizations. She and her husband, Gil, have taught Sunday School and Bible study in Dallas and Lexington, Kentucky. They have three children and seven grandchildren.