Three years ago I lost a close friend to Leukemia. I credit her for being the woman who taught me how to die.
I am aware of three Christian scholars who have written books on the subject of grief after losing a loved one.
In our day, grief is mostly privatized. But the ancients were different. They grieved in public.
All of the above embody human grief in written form. As such, they stand in the spirit of the ancients with a view to helping others handle their own grief and loss.[Continue Reading…]