How does one accept a gift from death when death is the very enemy that took your loved one away?
Death has come bearing gifts for me more than once. Tightly bound in grief, these gifts are hard to unwrap, yet it is only in the unwrapping that we reveal the lesson and ease the grief. Our burden becomes lighter, and our soul expands.
Can you prepare for such gifts, or is it only in hindsight that grief can mend our broken hearts?
Chronicling the deaths of a lover, my father and my only son, A Series of Surrenders is not only a love letter to them, but it is also a lesson in making friends with grief and learning to love again.
Dive into the depths of grief and the hope of what is possible when a broken heart repairs and a soul expands in lessons of love.