The sweet release of grief
Putting them on a record somewhere has let me finally let it go.
I know two people that died over the last year or so, people that died when they shouldn’t have died. They died and nobody could talk about why they died. It’s been a difficult thing to hold in my heart.
One of these people was a relative of mine. The denial was so strong, yet I knew it made no sense otherwise. He left behind 4 beautiful children and a wife, she being his best friend who still grieves deeply, just over one year later. She will be grieving for a long time, and I can’t or won’t even begin to fathom her pain.
The other person who died I didn’t know, I don’t even think I met him once. Yet his death impacted our family, because he was a young boy in my sons class at school. Only 18 years old, a life unlived. Again, nobody mentioned the ‘v’, yet I knew that my boy was the only one in his class at school who had not had it. Heartbreaking.
Today I filled out Steve Kirsch’s vaccine injury survey. Twice. I registered them both. And for some strange reason, once I pressed the ‘send’ button, I felt something leave me. Grief. I now feel more at peace. I know now that somewhere, both of their names are registered as having died from the vaccine. It’s an unofficial record but it’s recorded nonetheless. I feel like I can finally let go of the breath I was holding for them, without even realising I was doing it.
Perhaps it will help you, too, if you’ve been feeling the same way. Here’s the link:
Thanks Steve, you’ve been a tireless light in the dark. And thank you all for reading my substack, for subscribing, for sharing how you’ve been feeling too. Part of healing is being able to talk about it, whatever it may be. Not being allowed to talk is holding us back from our lives. You can talk here, anytime, I’m listening.