Stop telling mourners to "just pray" ... there's something more helpful you can do.
If Kondo-ing hasn't worked for you, this way of simplifying just might.
"Petty spoke to the hearts of guys like me. He was a writer of music for me, whatever stage of life I was in ..."
When the worst happens, the mother lions wail it out and disturb the night, but they do not stay there.
A random encounter at the supermarket brings tears and gratitude to a mom and her son.
If you cannot keep a skull on your desk, you might want to keep these tunes in your earbuds.
Deep grief lays out its stark choices, and forces you to choose.
If you have an attraction to places associated with death, you are not alone.
By keeping death "daily before one's eyes," life is made better.
And by sharing it, John Polo teaches us a few things about love and grief.