Grumpy? Weepy?

No. Those aren’t two Disney characters. Most of us are probably grieving right now. We are facing huge possible losses to health, finances, dreams. It’s natural that we will respond as people do. At various times we may deny there’s a problem, get depressed and angry, or try to strike a bargain with God. We may cycle through all these reactions in no particular order. Those around us will be going through their own cycle. Loving each other means accepting the imperfections of others, apologizing when we aren’t our best selves, and asking for God’s help to do the best we can do in the circumstances. With God’s help may we deal with the reality of the situation as it is.

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