It’s Holy Week. Before we can get to the resurrection, we need to go through the pain of loss. Mary Magdalene, we are told, “stood by the empty tomb and wept.” Grieving loss can be a tricky thing – you think you’re done, and then grief sneaks up on you and lets you know that there’s more to do. Sometimes this shows up in your dreams, haunting you with bizarre scenes. Sometimes it shows up in your body – through sickness, a persistent ache, or extreme fatigue. This week, we pause to take a look at the ways in which most of us need to process grief and loss more than we think we do. Music this week by my friends in the amazing band Grayshot (the song: Long Year)
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