Monthly Archives: May 2011

Trying to find the source of a St. Augustine quote

I may have posted about this before, but can’t really remember doing so. A while back, I was¬†privileged to be sent a photograph of the Order of Service from my dear friend Chris’ memorial. On the back of the order … Continue reading

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Doing everything I can to avoid thinking about it

Hence the silence. I haven’t made any further progress with the emails, but have been debating how I’m going to deal with a request from Kim’s mum for any new songs I’ve written. The problem with this is that any … Continue reading

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Anger, always anger…

Why on earth is it that when I think of Kim, it’s very seldom a loving thought now? When she was here, I often thought lovingly of her, prayerfully of her. (I’ve written before¬†about faith and grief, and for reference, … Continue reading

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Cruel parallels [warning: could offend/trigger]

I find myself thinking this morning about something I’ve usually managed to bat away. Even with Jeff Bridges’ “Fallin’ and Flyin’” playing in the background, the thoughts still crowd in. I ought to explain myself. I heard of Kim’s passing … Continue reading

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Versatile Blogger award? Wow!

Hey, folks. I’ve just been awarded the Versatile Blogger award by New Year Mum. It’s an honour that a niche blog like Navigating Cyberloss would even be considered for such a thing. I’m gonna reciprocate the best way I know … Continue reading

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Have I really done everything possible?

Doctor, my eyes have seen the years And the slow parade of fears, Without crying Now I want to understand I have done all that I could To see the evil and the good without hiding You must help me … Continue reading

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Origami and grief work

I have to say, I’ve been doing more of the former, so that I don’t have to do the latter. Seems to be a question of ‘Three cranes a day keeps the demons away.’ The fact is, when I’m thinking … Continue reading

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