On Grief.

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A few days ago, I wrote how I lost my precious yearling Bear. Since that time, I have adventured through the depths of my own grief to see if I might find a jewell at the bottom of what can seem like a very dark well.

For a while now, it’s been obvious to me how little we discuss death and dying in my culture. How “bad” we are at it.

And so in some small way, I wanted to share my thoughts in an attempt to swim against that tide. And in the hope that in doing so, I could more easily touch on the beauty wrapped up in the loss.

The following are recordings of two live videos I recorded on Facebook; the first the day after my horse passed away, and the second a couple of days after that.

It is my hope that in some small way, they will help someone going through the own grief and allow us to, as individuals, start to include death in the conversation that is life.

Much love,

❤️ Jane

Video One: Some Imperfect Thoughts On Grief

{You can also find this video on Facebook– the comments may help you feel less alone on this journey}

Video Two: 

Let’s start with…

  1. Thank you
  2. What’s the invitation?
  3. Restoring vitality as an act of everyday activism

{Link to video on Facebook if reading the comments are of interest}

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