By Francis Weller, North Atlantic Books, 2015
Reviewed by Wayne Dodge, July 26, 2017
Although short on actual description of rituals, this is an in-depth discussion of the place of grief in human life – with a particular bent towards Jungian and eco-psychology.
Michael Lerner in his preface to the book describes that Weller re-visions grief, not as an event in our lives – a period of mourning – but as an ongoing conversation that accompanies us throughout life. In essence, we are asked in life to take up an apprenticeship with sorrow ... read more