Summary

The Work on Grief:
"He shouldn't have been drinking and driving."
"I need him to come back and say goodbye."
"People should not suffer."
"I should have been with him when he died." Sara grieves for her partner, Rodney, who died while driving drunk. A young woman is angry with God for letting her father suffer and die of brain cancer. The two women speak about guilt, sorrow, resentment, and separation.
©2001 Byron Katie International, Inc (P)2001 Byron Katie International, Inc
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