Death, Art and Nature

May 19, 2020

Musi reminded the families, “For some months the existence of the coronavirus lurking amongst us has created much anxiety and fear.  Fear of death has become something that is talked about more than ever before, helping people to be, at least, a little more prepared for what might happen.  Having someone special that you love very much passing on is always sad, whatever the cause of death.  It is important to comfort one another as children, adults and older people all need to express their grief and sorrow rather than bottle it up inside. This time of autumn and winter is also a chance to observe and reflect on how in nature death is a normal reality in the cycle of life.”

If I do not go away the counsellor will not come to you.  John 16:5-11.

Pope Francis:  The Spirit of God has filled the universe with possibilities and therefore from the very heart of things, something new can always emerge.  Nature is nothing other than a certain kind of art, namely God’s art. LS80   Offer a prayer to Our Lady.

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