Tag: grief

Confused by my Grief

It’s been 16 and a half years since Mum passed away. I visited my Mum’s grave last week. And as happened in the past I got angry and frustrated. With myself. I don’t believe she is in the grave. Her body is but her soul has crossed from this earth and this time to that of eternity. I don’t see why the burial plot should hold significance for me.

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I Am A Good Mum

I’ve felt like a failure as a mum. Every belief I had about God, man, myself, my husband, my educational and parenting philosophies were challenged. Nowadays I am confident about one thing. I was a good mum. I did my best. I am a good mum and I’m still doing my best.

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Random Quote

What kind of legacy are you leaving for your children—and their children? If they take their cues from the way you respond to pain, disappointment, and loss, how will they respond to life’s tragedies? How are your responses shaping their view of God?

— Nancy Leigh DeMoss