David Everett Fisher


Tag Archives: grief

A Grieving Ice Storm

All the email said was 3:18. This is how I found out that the Death with Dignity drugs had finally worked for my grandmother. It seemed all so impersonal. I had just been at her bedside two days before basically … Continue reading

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Cracked Pot Meditations – What To Say To Someone In Grief

Meditation for September 13th, 2016 What To Say To Someone In Grief When someone loses someone they love they lose a little part of themselves. They seem broken. We want to fix them. We wish to say something that will … Continue reading

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Cracked Pot Meditations – Grieve Your Own Death

Meditation for August 2nd, 2016 Grieve Your Own Death If you’re a real ego-maniac or you absolutely abhor yourself – or if you’re special and share the two together – you may have fantasized about witnessing your own funeral.  You … Continue reading

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Cracked Pot Meditations – Dear Depressed Person

Meditation for June 1st, 2016 Dear Depressed Person, I hope this letter finds you well, but probably not. Maybe you just smiled at someone and said you were doing great and thanks for asking. Maybe you asked them how’re they … Continue reading

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Cracked Pot Meditations – You Can’t Escape Pain

   Meditation for April 19th, 2016 You Can’t Escape Pain There are a lot of things we face that causes us pain. We hurt when we get our hearts broken, or when we lose someone we love or even when … Continue reading

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Cracked Pot Meditations – Being Okay

Meditation for February 23rd, 2016 Being Okay For some of us who grew up in total chaos and in constant fear being just okay is very foreign. After working hard on our own spiritual progress we get to a place … Continue reading

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Death Brought Me to Love’s Arms

Most of my days are spent in terror, but sometimes I think things are okay. I was on the 35 bus cruising down Greeley and watching the dusk turn into twilight, my favorite time of day, and seeing the trains … Continue reading

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