Moving On

That’s the thing about pain. It demands to be felt.”- John Green, The Fault in Our Stars

Hey everyone! It’s another week with Afrobloggers and the topic for today is to do with grief, loss and healing.

I recently shared a post here on moving on. In Moving On, Wana (the guest author of the post) writes about how experiencing loss helped him grow and how he is still struggling with moving on. He also writes about the healing process and steps that have been essential in helping him move on.

“He heals the brokenhearted and binds up their wounds.”- Psalm 147:3

So, instead of writing something new for today, I’ll take you back to that post because I know it’s worth reading and it may do you some good. I hope it will be helpful to everyone reading and will contribute to your healing process in one way or another. Click here to read Moving On.

Losing a loved one may not make sense now, and it may never make sense but through all the challenging moments, always remember that you are fortunate to have known that love.

“You are fortunate to have known a love, felt its loss and moved on from it.”- Wana

Click here to read Moving On. I’ll be back tomorrow.

Credit: Morgan Harper Nichols

Stay safe. Black lives matter. Stop sexual abuse.

Thanks for reading!

Love,

Wonani Xx

12 thoughts on “Moving On

  1. The first quote…
    I underestimated pain until it came like a hurricane and destroyed my whole being one day.
    These days I ensure I feel the pain.
    And hahaha I was going to use the same exact painting by MHN. Great selection. Let me read moving on.

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    1. The best is just to allow yourself to feel it
      πŸ˜‚ you and I are friends with the same mind but you don’t know that yet!
      Thanks for reading β™₯️

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