Category: Grief

Ruth Davidar Paul  |  July 28, 2022
In this moment Lord, when life is rushing around me and the things clamouring for my attention are innumerable. When my thoughts are fragmented and distracted. When there is no...
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Ruth Davidar Paul  |  February 8, 2022
2021 was the worst year in all my 39 years on this planet. It ripped me apart in more ways than one. It tore through my defences. It attacked my...
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Sheena Gershom  |  January 18, 2022
2021 was the year I finally went on a much-anticipated trip to the land of Narnia. As someone who loves reading but had only ever watched the Narnia movies, I...
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Susan Narjala  |  December 7, 2021
Did you ever make a wish list for Santa when you were little? Growing up in south India in the eighties and early nineties meant that I most definitely didn’t...
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Shobana Vetrivel  |  July 27, 2021
Towards the end of April, my whole family (I live with my parents and sister) came down with Covid in the midst of the deadly second wave in India. What...
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Ruth Davidar Paul  |  April 22, 2021
Grief and sadness come to all of us. None of us are beyond its scope. It meets us on the road of life, sometimes blindsiding us in its suddenness, urgency,...
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Sylvia Castelino Derby  |  April 14, 2021
I am amazed at the range of emotions we have as human beings. When we tap into those feelings, we can understand ourselves better, communicate clearly, empathize with others, and...
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