Quickly it turned out that this man was so well loved by the community that his name was every where, and venom towards the young woman spewed through the newspaper, social media, etc. It turned out that we had a connection to this man, through his wife's mother and father who were in the same water aerobics class at the gym. Also, he had taught at the school my niece attended as a freshman in high school.
|Candle on Altar at home...|
As you know, I am a newshound, so, I followed the case via the newspaper, while I saw glimpses of the public grief on social media. And I was so pleasantly surprised to see that the family of the man who died had figured out how to promote forgiveness in the wake of their grief. [I wrote about it here recently].
|lovely driftwood from beach!|
She is so excited to tell you about what she knows now, and she does so very coherently, that she both enlightens you and gives you a glimpse into how you can do the same. Don't wait ... get in there. Her latest blog post provides another insight into her thinking via her grief journey.
I hope you will read it, like her on FB, follow her on Twitter (if you do those kinds of thing) and otherwise help to spread the word about Erin and her work. I think she is one of those people who can shine light on a whole lot of things that would make life better for a bunch of folks.