Wednesday, 2 March 2011

Pain And Greif Should Never Be A Comparison Game

Please, please never try too compete by comparing your greif or loss to someone else's; to me greif , sorrow and pain are relative. It depends from case to case.

For example adoptive parents may have tried to concive for years, and maybe even witnessed the loss of a child before death or after. An adoptee is removed from the place of their birth and for inter country adoptees it also means they are taken from their birth country, separated from their birth parents, siblings and other relatives.

Usually, these inter country adoptees are raised in other cultures and generally and more often they learn another mother tongue. What I'm trying here is too say that one never should try to  place people's losses and grief in relation too each other, just be humble and try to be understanding and respectful even if you can't relate.

By the way I attended the book sale yesterday and this Monday, I can't get enough books especially not cook books...

© Taste of Kimchi, Elle

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