Francis Weller on Grief & Soul Hygiene
“This massive darkness makes us small. Not having practices to move through grief keeps us small. I consider grief a threshold. When we step across that threshold and enter the room of grief then we enter the room of grief, it has a way of opening up the rest of our lives. When we suppress grief, we live in a flatline culture and rely on stimulation and stimulants to make you feel alive”.
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