Where Two Worlds Come Together
Very interesting post. I'll have to check out the other one you mentioned. This post made me realize that the only time I feel anything significant in a cemetery is when I am visiting an infant or young child's grave. I always feel such overwhelming sadness - maybe my own - or ??? Sometimes, it's like their parents are still there crying. Weird. When I read 1,000 Steps I thought of that Buddhist belief that I often think about - There are 10,000 steps of sorrow and 10,000 steps of joy - all of which lead to peace. Also, I noticed and Oklahoma blogger I really like, Oklahoma Farmgirl, follows your blog. And, then, of course, TR. Small world, eh? It sounds like your blog is growing in popularity. It should. I think I owe you an answer to another question about my faith/Nazarene church. I'll check my blog and see. I've been away at a funeral.
Yeah, I often feel the same way when I see the grave of a child. A lump catches in my throat and I feel tears welling up in my eyes. I can only vaguely imagine how it feels to lose a child. I'm looking forward to your response about your faith. Thanks for checking in. It made my day.
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