Harvesting Grief and Nature: Titled and inspired by Romero

The idea for this topic came about from my youngest nephew. He had been thinking about his harvesting show at School, and then said how about harvesting and grief for a topic on your blog…..

Please see Harvesting Grief which covers:

  1. Introduction
  2. Illustrative examples: Harvesting Grief
  3. Harvesting Grief
  4. Our Final Thoughts/YouTube Channel

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Please see Harvesting Grief:

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1. Introduction

The idea for this topic came about from my youngest nephew Romero. He had been thinking about his harvesting show at School, and then said how about harvesting and grief for a topic on your blog. I decided to google it to see what I might find, and this is topic is what we discovered.

Our blog is the story of our journey of loss since our Dad passed away. The loss of our Dad is not just ours alone, although my youngest nephew was not even a year old when our Dad passed away, he does still have memories of him. Please see some pictures of him with our Dad below:

Romero started having an interest in the blog before this topic, he often helps me to choose the order in which the quotes are displayed in topics, so when he suggested one of his own we were very pleased.

Please see Harvesting Grief and Nature: Titled and inspired by Romero:

Please see Harvesting Grief: Titled and Inspired by Romero:

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2. Illustrative examples: Harvesting Grief

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3. Harvesting Grief

3.1 Harvesting the good from working with grief | Life Seeker

5 Jul 2021 — Harvesting-the-good-by-working-with-grief— … You may be wondering why I’m writing on the subject of grieving this month”?

3.2 Harvesting Hope: The Unexpected Beauty of Grief Work

1 Oct 2016 — At this stage in my grief journey, how easy it is for me to reflect on harvested fields and feel some pang of kinship”.

3.3 When a Seed of Grief Becomes a Harvest of Hope

I always dreamt of having three children. I’m not quite sure why three, but it was my vision for motherhood for as long as I can remember”……

3.4 Gathering in Grief – Stories & Conversation – Real Talk

“When facing a seemingly unending challenge? Each week we will introduce a traditional story that speaks to a theme of grief; think anger, sadness, bargaining”…

3.5 Wild: the Healing Relationship between Nature and Grief

“(13 Nov 2017) — Wild nature, in contrast to the urban landscape, is a place that invites the grieving to grieve. It does not seek to silence a damaged, confused” …

This got us thinking about a similar topic we have previously done: Hobbies and Grief – Guest Feature: Jane Edberg: The Fine Art of Grieving

3.6 How does nature help with grief?

Nature affords us quietness and solitude.

“For many of us grieving, time away to think and process is necessary but hard to achieve. Taking a walk, going for a bike ride, hiking a mountain trail – all of these things give us the time and solitude needed to process our thoughts. (9 Aug 2018).

3.7 Walking and nature for grief – Cruse Bereavement Support

“Fresh air, walking and nature for grief – these can all be really helpful when you’re bereaved. Find out how, & why, they can help you cope”.

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4. Our Final Thoughts/YouTube Channel

We are honoured that Romero is featured in our first blog topic for the New Year (2022).

When we asked Romero what he hopes this topic would help people with he said: He hopes this topic will help people see the life in Nature, and it can help you to not be sad in grief.

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