Thursday, May 02, 2013

Never Minimize

Losing a child to death brings a myriad of emotions ...      

all complicated ... all different ... all difficult.

Silent Grief speaks today about ... significance ...

Some well meaning people tend to categorize child loss as: 1) not too bad (when the loss is a pregnancy loss reasoning that you can always have another child) 2) Such a shame (when the child was a bit older (reasoning at least you had your child with you for a while) 3) tragic, but these things in life happen (if the loss was due to an accident or some kind of rare illness) 4) mildly sad (if the child was an adult -- thinking that adults don't really count as children because they are now adults) This categorization done by people is terribly insensitive, totally incorrect, and adds layers of grief to the heartbroken families. ALL child loss is the worst pain any parent will ever go through -- no matter what the age of the child or the circumstance of death. To categorize child loss is to minimize child loss!!!!! Every loss of a child counts, and there are no degrees of how sad or how tragic a loss is. Every child was the world to his/her parent, and when that loss takes place, a parent's world has been shattered to pieces. May we never minimize in any way, shape, or form the loss of any child!

Father, Yahweh, I pray today for Silent Grief, and all who have lost a child. or a grandchild.  I pray that You will hold them as close to Your heart as You hold the child they love and lost.

Father, bless them today.

xtnyoda, shalomed



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