Making Magic In The Grief

I recently had a very interesting conversation. I was speaking to a woman who was bitter because she hasn’t felt her son around since he has passed. “No matter what I try, I get nothing” she was very discouraged.

As I reflect on this, it also makes me think about relationships and happiness in life…


I asked her when was the last time she had a random memory come to mind about her son. “Last night I had a memory of him dancing in the kitchen.”

How many times do we hide behind our phones? How many times do we cut ourselves short because of fear? How many times do we want something in life and yet we play victim to the outcome?

I then shared with the mother about all the mini moments in which her son is around, she smells his sticky football gear while she is in the car, randomly his favorite song will come on, she has memories that pop into her head all the time. They come in and then they leave.

It’s those small moments that he is there.


When we are looking for huge signs… we miss the small and most important visitations.

When we expect what something needs to look like, feel like, and be like we lose the pureness of what is happening.

When it comes to relationships and life…. it’s easy to hide away and wish for something in life. When the real secret is…. we create that magic.

When we want something we create it. When a relationship isn’t what we expect it to be, we are responsible for making that magic.

It is the little things that bring the most happiness.

What are you willing to create?

What are you waiting for?

How Will You Create The Magic In Your Life?

Love & Light,


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