It happens. One minute everything is fine; the next it is not.
Mirroring the twists and turns of the labyrinth— many of which are 180-degree U-turns-intimate loss changes everything. Roles that previously ordered life and defined existence no longer apply. It is necessary to discern all over again who you are and where you fit in the world.
While loss is part of life, it is experienced uniquely. There is no one right way to grieve, or any specific time line; each of us must find our own way.
In Fine Lines: Walking the Labyrinth of Grief and Loss, Kathy Swaar uses personal narrative, pastoral reflection, and prayer to create a space in which to do that.
Companioning you through the fine lines, the ins and outs, the twists and turns of grief and loss, she offers permission to name and face what is, and invites you to make connections along the way: to yourself, to others, and to the Holy.