Virtual Grief Group Sessions
You will find this book to be an easy read yet this writer believes it will be a helpful one for those that have experienced the loss of a loved one. The Impossible Possibility is not intended to be religious. If one had to label it, it would be better referred to as an interfaith and/or universal spiritual perspective on grief. Moreover, it was not written to persuade anyone toward a particular doctrine nor stream of faith, but to encourage the reality that there is life after death and that we can have hope that our departed loved ones have transitioned from life to life.It is this writers contention that life here on earth meets death only to meet life again. This book was written based on my experiences as clergy and for over thirty years, ministering to people from all walks of life, cultures, and religions many, who have been faced with different types of loss that witnessed many impossible possibilities. It is true, the divine Soul is powerful. That which I said I understood for many years, I did not fully grasp, until, my work in Chaplaincy and Bereavement in the medical field through Hospice and Home Health. It truly opened my eyes. This season of bereavement in one's life is filled with impossible possibilities and it is best we move forward toward healing with this in mind.