Follow

RHE, grief 

My prayers go out for ‘s family and friends. As someone who did not personally know RHE but “knew” her only through books and podcasts, I find myself feeling guilty for the grief I’m experiencing. What right do I have to grieve someone I didn’t know? Yet I do. I truly do.

RHE, grief 

@tifa your pain is valid. I feel it too. We lost someone dear to us, and that doesn’t detract one iota from anyone else’s loss. All day yesterday was just heavy and bluish-gray.

RHE, grief 

@tifa I know that for so many of us, RHE held such an important place in our psyche. She did not know us personally. But we knew her intimately, in a way. I believe our reactions make sense on so many different levels: because she was a human being to us, because she stood for things to us like freedom and liberation. I think our grief gives us a way to stand in solidarity with the family, who of course, experience this loss in a much different way.

RHE, grief 

@tifa you have every right to hurt, dear friend.

Sign in to participate in the conversation
The Liturgists

This is an instance for folks who follow The Liturgists Podcast, The Alien & The Robot, and other things The Liturgists create.