Wanting to love others as Jesus loved us (the Incarnation) is easy - doing it is a bit more complicated.  However, if we practice and balance three dynamics in our attempts to love others incarnationally, we will experience a new level of emotional health and spiritual maturity.

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The first phase of embracing grief and loss (paying attention to our grief) is followed by 2 other phases.  Our experiencing and going through these phases is another key step to experiencing emotional health in our lives. 

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If grief and loss were oil, gas would be free in this world. But they aren't. Just the same, mishandled grief can exact an emotional price on our life that makes gas look cheap. Only by embracing grieving and loss are we ever going to find emotional health in our life.

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Knowing what God doesn't have planned for us is key to understanding what He does have for us.  The limits we have in life, therefore, are gifts from God that we can receive with true thanksgiving. He provides/allows them in order to keep us in His way.

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A discussion about Truth and Reconciliation with two members of the Wiikwemkoong First Nation, and a member and Chief of the Aundeck Omni Kaning First Nation.

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