Dulling the Knife’s Edge

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  1. blogventer says:

    Thank you for re-posting this. In addition to being well-written, it’s a universal theme. And it resonated with me.

  1. November 10, 2013

    […] -And, as much as I hate the sentiment, time really does help heal wounds. In time, the memories will lose their sharp edges and the pain will soften. I promise. (Dulling the Knife’s Edge) […]

  2. March 30, 2014

    […] of healing is passive, simply standing by and letting time wash your wounds. But if that is your only approach, you will be limited. In order to truly feel better, you have to […]

  3. May 6, 2014

    […] But slowly, ever so slowly, the anguish started to fade. The loss grew more distant and hope grew ever closer. Starved of its preferred sustenance, the suffering started to wither. Its suffocating heft grew to more manageable dimensions and its once viscous nature grew thinner. Weaker. […]

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