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Grieving does not end, O’Malley softly notes, but the stories that we tell about those we have lost turn the grief right back into the love from which it springs.

Rita Charon, MD, PHD professor of medicine at Columbia University Medical Center; executive director, Program in Narrative Medicine

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Ken Druck, PHD author, The Real Rules of Life: Balancing Life’s Terms with Your Own

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Anything Mentionable: The blog

."Don’t diminish the difficulty. Step into it! What you will find, I believe, is that God is there, too."

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"When I look into the eyes of a saint or Fred Rogers, he’s seeing me and seeing me all the way through to the best of me. After ‘I see you,’ it’s ‘I see I.’ I see myself as I really am because they see me as I really am. From ‘I see you’ to ‘I see I.’”

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"I think our lives make a little more sense when we better understand the shadows we all carry within. We’re less likely to be blindsided by them, for one thing. And understanding the universal shadow might inspire deeper compassion for others in our seething world."

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