As Told By Bryan

Grief, for me, is one of the few emotions that are entirely about self. It’s the expression of the agony of being born with one solitary reference frame. Mine. It expresses and touches that hollow core, that once felt, follows throughout life. I feel connected and then some event initiates loss, often the loss reminds me that I, in reality, can never be over there with you or any other sentient being. I find myself in a solitary container again. Grief and suffering are human challenges that may be constant, but the ability to feel those things are also the reason to embrace the joys. Life is bittersweet in turn.

Thank you to Bryan for another beautiful post on grief. If you would like to share or submit a post on grief  feel free to do so at thegriefreality@outlook.com, comment below or DM us on our social media!

Have a beautiful day, everyone. 

7 thoughts on “As Told By Bryan

  1. kinge – Calm and gentleness. These qualities define me, built-in my character and for the past few years, I have been learning to be positive. There is power in kindness and humility, people mistake these for weakness. The qualities help me see life in all its beauty, enable me to rise above situations, be present. I love good food, artful music, sketching, journaling, cycling, calisthenics, and nature; connecting with nature enjoying sunsets, trees, and birds. I am a student of the mind. I read a lot on mind, body, and spirit. I write about the same to the extent of my understanding with a keen interest in personal development. My name is Kinge Kevin. I’m currently a farmer, who writes. Welcome to my blog
    kinge says:

    Well expressed. The line on life being bittersweet is deep and true.

  2. Gibberish – smiling through adversities is my mantra. plethora of emotions. love solitude. like the sound of my own thoughts. love rom coms and good reads. travel to heal. and so so much more.
    Gibberish says:

    Beautiful words by Bryan

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