Post Archives tagged ‘father’s death’



Dad

Posted on: June 14th, 2018 by
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Candle In Judaism, there’s a beautiful gravesite tradition where the rabbi cuts a part of the mourners’ shirts, about where the heart is located. Those closest to the deceased wear the ripped shirt every day during the first week of mourning to symbolize and remind us and the community how our hearts are torn apart. The shirt Continue reading the story "Dad"

My Father and the Holocaust

Posted on: May 23rd, 2018 by
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This is my first post in awhile, for I was still grieving the loss of my beloved aunt, when my dad died of Parkinson’s in March. And I found myself sunk even deeper in the quicksand of depression. Writing is therapeutic, but I was so locked in grief that I couldn’t write. Grief and depression are a bitch. But now, finally and shakily, I write. Saying Continue reading the story "My Father and the Holocaust"