Tagged: grief

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Death and Ritual in Mormonism

  I recently watched a fascinating Ted Talk by Kelli Swayze entitled, “Life that Doesn’t End with Death.”  She talks about her husband’s home culture in Tana Toraja, Indonesia, and how, in the Torajan...

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Memories from a Recipe: Chocolate Cake

This past Sunday morning, I got a text from a friend. Her husband had died unexpectedly of a heart attack that morning. He was 48. I offered what I always offer when a death...

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On Mourning

Guest post by Hillary Kirkham Thoughts and feelings have been swirling in my mind about the massacre in Orlando since the news broke on Sunday. I feel like anything I say is woefully inadequate, for...

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Sacred Music: When It Was Yet Dark

Guest Post by Exponent II Board Member, Margaret Moore Last year at the Exponent retreat a women’s chorus performed Stephen Hatfield’s When it was Yet Dark during the Sabbath meeting. It is a contemporary...

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Guest Post: I know He sent me Angels

Guest Post by Nick Traducción española/Click for Spanish Translation I wouldn’t usually share such a personal experience, but in sight of recent events, I hope my words can bring peace to somebody somewhere. I...

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If and Then

Up until last night this has been my story. But the reported and confirmed changes to the Church Handbook of Instruction in regards to the children of gay parents has thrown me into a...