From Forgiving What you can not Forget



“It presses into the deepest places from which we loved, causing such pain we often don’t know how to make sense of the despair.

Memories as crystal clear as if they were happening right now dance in front of us, letting us see the beauty of what used to be our life on replay.

But those replays make us cry.

Seeing what once was is as cruel as it is beautiful.

Loss indeed is a crucible.“




Crucible: a noun

  1. a container of metal or refractory material employed for heating substances to high temperatures.
  2. Metallurgy. a hollow area at the bottom of a furnace in which the metal collects.
  3. a severe, searching test or trial..



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