beauty in sadness
The idea of beauty being a theme in mourning is a common one among my clients. Sometimes it’s the beauty of a loved one that brings about the feelings of mourning, when they’re not really sad and the thought of making art or getting their hair done triggers emotions of loss and grief.
I think it is the opposite. I feel like when we are grieving, we feel beautiful. We feel joy, joy. We feel love. It just so happens that when we are sad, we feel sad. We feel beauty.
This is often true of people who feel beautiful at other times. When we feel sad, we can easily feel that we are beautiful. I think of it as the beauty of sadness.
For me it is the opposite of beauty. I don’t think I can be beautiful without grief. Grief is why I feel beautiful. I never feel beautiful without grief.
There are two ways to feel beautiful at other times. Our emotions can be beautiful, or they can be sad.
There is a third way. There is a third way to feel beautiful at other times. I think that way is when we feel beautiful when we are sad. This is what happens when we cry. We can feel beautiful at a time when we are feeling sad, when we are in the middle of a cycle of grief and sadness. We can feel beautiful at a time when we are depressed, when we are crying, when we are angry, when we are sad, when we are happy.
This is another very important point about grief. It’s not just that depression and grief are two very different things. They are two very different ways of being sad. When we are depressed, we just feel sad. When we are happy, we feel beautiful. We feel beautiful at a time when we are feeling sad, when we are in the middle of a cycle of grief and sadness.
Grief is a very different emotion than grief. Grief is a state of extreme emotion. People who are experiencing grief feel intensely sad. People who are grieving feel intensely sad. People who are experiencing both grief and sadness feel extremely sad. We can feel depressed and we can feel happy and we can feel beautiful at a time when we are feeling all three.
That is one of the beautiful things about grief. It is hard to feel sad when you have no idea why you are sad or have no idea what is causing your sadness. But when you have nothing to do with your sadness, you can feel happy. And when you have nothing to do with your happiness, you can feel beautiful. Grief is a state of extreme emotion. We can feel depressed and we can feel happy and we can feel beautiful.
If we were to ask our friends what makes them feel happy or sad, they’d probably say something like, “I’m going to the beach with my friends to have a picnic.” But if they say that after they’ve been drinking a lot of beer, they’ll feel sad. They can feel miserable, but when they have it to do, they don’t feel sad.