Grieving is chronic, though not a disease. It doesn’t just come once and disappear. When you lose someone, you experience a grief that will never completely go away. Grief also comes to those with chronic illnesses. They have had to grieve many losses including some of their dreams.
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Gayl lives in a log home partly surrounded by woods in Sunset, South Carolina. Married 46 years with 7 children and 14 grandchildren, she's a seeker of truth who looks for beauty in ordinary things. She loves crocheting, writing, composing poems, art journaling and spending time in nature. She is well acquainted with chronic illness, and also familiar with grief. Gayl wants her life to encourage others and glorify God. You can find more of her writing at her blog, Words, Photos and Art.
There are times in our lives to mourn and grieve, but it is so important not to lose hope. For those of us who know Jesus, we cling to an everlasting hope. As we grieve and mourn, let us also remember to encourage each other, to look for the joy in life no matter where we go.