Friday, January 19, 2007

They said sharing one's grief lessens the pain...how would they know? Someday we will talk about it...when the feeling is not so intensely personal. Until then, we will try to keep up with life as it comes.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

I have been a regular, invisible reader of your blog. I love your writing style, also the topics you feel like writing about...even the ones that you might feel are rather trivial. Today's post made me break my silence. Although I do not have any idea of what the matter is and the intensity, I do know this from personal experience... This too shall pass ! Hang in there.

Anonymous said...

I couldn't find your email on profile thus the comment here. Extremely sad for your loss, and your grief thereafter. Can only give my condolences, a huge vitual hug and hope that things get better.

Amy Thomas said...

Hi Anyesha;

I have been a frequent visitor to your blog and enjoy it a lot. You have a keen sense of humor that comes across in your writing.
Although I have no idea what your loss is-I hope that the memories that you hold brings you comfort.
I am positive,that like me, there are several others, who are rooting for you to get back to your old self.

Best wishes
Amy Thomas

Joy Forever said...

I came to know from Tathagata. My deepest condolences for your loss.

Anonymous said...

Anyesha
My best wishes are with the two of you at this time
Take care .. it can only get better from here
Jo

kumari said...

*Hugs*

I don't know what you're going through, but I just hope God gives you both the comfort and the strength you need.

Take care.

Anonymous said...

I am deeply sorry for your loss. Sirisha and I will pray to give you and your family the strength to see through these difficult times. Remember, we are always there for you.

Anonymous said...

Not enjoyment nor sorrow is our destined end or way
But to act that each tomorrow finds us farther than today.
Longfellow.

Whatever it is, I hope you have the courage and strength to move a little ahead with each sunrise.