Dr. Peebles through Summer Bacon • November, 2006
We are here today in an exploration of grief, and an understanding of grieving itself.
For what are you in grief? For what are you grieving? You certainly have many, if you will, relationships within life from the distant past, and certainly within your current reality, sadness inside of self that is carried, at times, for centuries: for situations whereby you felt there was no hope, you felt a lack of faith, a lack of trust. And, it was there within your spirit that you became, if you will, stagnant. You stood still in time, and it is there that you are still stuck within your heart; within circumstances with which you have not yet entered love. Certainly you can grieve for anything and any one. You can grieve for circumstances. You can grieve for an environment. You can grieve, my dear friends, for the Mother Earth. You can grieve when you lose your job, your employment. You can grieve when you lose a cherished ring, when you break a plate that was passed down for generations within your family.