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The Honolulu Advertiser
Posted on: Saturday, June 15, 2002

Weekly Thoughts

It is useless to suppress grief when it comes. Grief is real and there is little anyone can say or do to assuage it. It is good to shed tears. It is natural to cry when sorrow comes. It provides temporary release from tension. But eventually we must accept our loss and come to terms with reality. Why not ask God to help you do that?

Thoughts by the late Rev. Paul Osumi are selected weekly by his family.