"A MOURNING MOMENT" by bob willis
HUG a little longer on purpose
"A HUG can indicate support, comfort and consolation, particularly where words are insufficient. A HUG usually demonstrates affection and emotional warmth, sometimes arising from joy or happiness when reunited with someone or seeing someone absent after a long time." (Wikipedia)
You can HUG a neck, or you can HUG a body. Most HUGS are for a moment, then pulling away to talk.
Years ago a lady in one of my grief support groups said she had learned a valuable lesson since the death of her child. She changed her style of giving a HUG! She said, "I give a hug as usual, but instead of a quick hug and pulling apart. . . I hug a little longer on purpose!" That is a great concept . . . HUG a little longer on purpose. (I am aware COVID has changed hugs for awhile, but stay close . . . a little longer).
I believe hugging will be a popular activity in Heaven. Can you imagine clinging to a loved one again after being apart . . . reunited again . . . hugging on purpose?
Who will be on your hug list in Heaven? I am sure our lists will be long, but after all, we will have eternity to 'hug a little longer on purpose!'
Bob Willis, author
"A Guide for Grievers"
"JESUS: The CRUCIFIED CAREGIVER"
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