I think in experiencing the loss of a loved one, it’s really easy to become a recluse in that season. For me, when I lost my grandfather, it was the exact opposite. Right after his burial, I had to fly out to go on my very first tour. So, there was just this pattern of, rush, rush, rush for the remainder 3 years. It was in this season, kind of, that I just walked through, where I really took a step back. I was just having a conversation last night with my grandmother about how much stronger, as time goes on, how much stronger, missing him gets. And I think a lot of times when people are talking about loss and grief, they say “Oh it’s ok, in time you’ll get over it, in time you’ll get over it”. But in my process of grieving I had someone come to me and say, “Never forsake the tears that you cry, because each tear is an honor to that person who has passed.” I do think there’s a moving forward; but there doesn’t have to be a forgetting that happens. So, if you are dealing with someone who has lost a loved one, don’t try to check all these boxes in your season of grief. Instead, just trust that God is going to get you to the other side without forgetting the impact that whoever that person might be left on your life.