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August 08, 2021


Chris Yeh

Grief, however painful, serves a purpose. If we did not love, we would not grieve. And while we feel the loss, that pain also sharpens our focus on the importance and value of what we've lost. You can't shortcut grief, which is why you're feeling what you're feeling now. This trip and this memorial are an important part of this process, and I hope you keep sharing your feelings as you go through it.

Tim Taylor

Thanks Chris, thank you for reminding that grief has a purpose. In the middle of it it doesn't feel like that. And thank you for encouraging me to share about it as I go through it I hadn't thought of that either and will.

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