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Each of us find ourselves wondering about dying. This introspective look at our future engages our hearts and minds to enter into what we cannot embrace. This journey into one's soul is one of insight.
Insight is to see from within what we cannot see with our physical eyes. It is a deliberate intention to discover what is most alive within us. It is the discovery of who we really are.
This journey into one's soul enables one's heart to grief finding comfort in the midst of loss. A broken heart utilizes much energy in grief. It is important to find help and support along the way. Drawing close to friends and family is one way of coping. Along the way, we do find our way back into a "sense" of normal behavior. Yet, deep within ourselves we know we have changed and life will never be the same again.
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More and more articles are written every day about death and dying. There are several resources available to us now to help us deal with the topic. Dying people have much to teach us about living in soul. After an encounter with loss, there is something inside us that begins to deepen. It is the part of us that knows the life we are living does have an end. It is the part of us that is aware of our awareness. This awareness alone guides us into the realms of spirit. It is a path into what is most sacred to us.
I have witnessed people of all races, ages, genders, and sexual orientation let go of the life they have come to know. One thing becomes clear "everyone learns to love the life they have been given."
When a dying person enjoys or is saddened by the past constitution of their life, he/she reaches deep within themselves to find meaning, hope, and unconditional love. Despite our humanness, we have an inherent need to bless what has given us experience within the expressions of our lives. This is the level of soul care "not made with human hands." It is the heart of creation, and perhaps, the heart of God.
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Samuel Oliver, author of, "What the Dying Teach Us: Lessons on Living"
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