Free Tool: Brief on Grief and Mourning

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In case you missed our offer in the last newsletter, we have a new free tool to share with you and yours. Until last week, A Brief on Grief and Mourning was only available inside the 7 Tools for Making Sense of Life & Death online program. We’re making this free tool widely available now because grief is not just something that happens when someone you love dies. Grief is present for each and every one of us on the planet at this time.

The climate crisis, the Coronavirus pandemic, and the reckoning of racial injustice are three global crises that are shaking the world right now. And if you’re like me, they’re shaking you too. I am not grieving a dead loved one but I am grieving the losses and potential losses that have—and will take place from these three tragic realities.

The world needs us to wake up. It’s an emergency!

The more I’m with this grief and the more I mourn, the better I show up and be in service and action in our world. We want to help you and your community do the same.

Download and share this free tool and share this message with your friends to learn more about these three lessons:

  • Grief is normal. 
  • Grief and mourning are necessary. 
  • There’s no one way or right way to grieve or mourn.

What about you? 

What are you grieving?

How does mourning and being with your grief help you show up for the world?


“Thinking about your own mortality or the preciousness of your life, is not a one-time event. It’s a practice!”
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2 Comments

  • These days grief is like ripples on a pond; only they are moving from the outside in towards me. Grief over those who have dropped out of my life, some for reasons unknown. Grief over those who have died this year. Grief over those who are dealing with serious diagnoses. Grief over the walls that people have erected between each other, walls of suspicion or animosity. Grief over those who are in denial about all that we need to grieve these days.

    • Thank you for sharing what’s in your heart Rudi. I love the metaphor of the ripples moving from the outside in. What happens, I wonder, when the ripples from the inside meet the ripples from the outside? Take good are of yourself dear one. The Wild Edge of Sorrow by Francis Weller is helping me right now to navigate the waters of grief.

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