After talking with different people within the DS community, the common thread that runs through all of us in the bereavement community is Loss. The loss of a loved one, child, parent, sister, friend. Loss. When Jason was murdered, a hole entered my heart and has been there since the moment the bullet entered him. Loss. We have that to share, we can lift someone up in a second by listening, by sending a note, a hug, a prayer. It doe's make a difference. I had a woman send me a reply just now saying her son had committed suicide and and that she understood the Loss. Yes, exactly. The Loss. What do you do to help the lost feeling, to fill up the hole that is in your heart? What can you do to help someone else with that lost feeling and to help them fill up the hole in their heart? You can make a difference. Loss, such a small,little word. Loss, such a huge meaning
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