Finding Meaning In Ambiguous Grief
There are more people than we realise who suffer with ambiguous grief - having experienced loss that cannot ever be easily reconciled. Missing persons and not having the ability to say goodbye are examples. For many of these instances of grief there may only be hope for meaning beyond this life; but that is, in itself, enough of a hope. The grandest of faith is holding out such a hope when the reality doesn't exist. We can see the courage it takes to live with ambiguous loss. And the challenge is to find peace.
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