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When you have experience loss (Loved One, Relationship, Etc). You might be faced with grief over your loss again and again — sometimes even years later. Feelings of grief might return on special days, events, seasons, times, etc., throughout the year.

These feelings, in many ways, are a reflection of the importance of your life. To understand grief is to understand that grief is unpredictable. This brings out Anger / Pain, Anxiety, Crying, Depression / Sadness, and Guilt. So we need always to find ways to continue to heal.

  • Create Distractions

  • Start new & focus on lessons learned to be better

  • Allow yourself to embrace your feelings with a stronger focus on empowerment and betterment.


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  • Writer's pictureKEIE Foundation

It is funny how we walk through life. We choose and let the burdens of today and the past weigh us down. We will never know the weight each of us has on our shoulders, but through my walk, I am getting a better understanding of surrendering it to God. Give your worries and burdens to Christ, and continue to worship God. Don't hold onto the weight and bondage of the past. Choose to redirect your focus and worship Christ. When you focus on your worries, cares and anxieties, they will begin to control you. So choose to focus on God, not the weight of today or the past.


Proverbs‬ ‭12:25‬ ‭

“Worry weighs a person down; an encouraging word cheers a person up.”


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  • Writer's pictureKEIE Foundation

Updated: Jul 8, 2022















The crazy attacks and shootings have plagued all of North America. With politicians and communities demanding reform and changes in the jurisdictional system and having just watched the news seeing terrible events of a woman being set on fire by some stranger and an older woman being beaten down in broad daylight at a subway station. We all need to be extra vigilant. It is funny, as I never knew I would see the day I refused to leave the house, as I am concerned about everyone around me at the malls or on the train commuting. I tell my partner to be vigilant and watch her surroundings. It is truly a sad state of affairs the world is in, but this is where our faith has to push through the darkness; we need to be peacemakers and love one another. It is critical, but I have faith and hope that we can overcome this madness and show love and emotion to rise beyond all this evilness.


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