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“A Time to Grieve”
The title of my article are actually words that William Shakespeare put on the lips of Malcom in his play, “Macbeth.” Malcom addresses McDuff, who has experienced great tragedy and loss, and lowers his head in grief and silence. He says to McDuff, “give sorrow words, the grief that does not speak whispers the o’er wrought heart and bids it break.” As we have studied and learned so much about the grief process in modern times, we have come to appreciate the wisdom that Shakespeare communicated in his work.
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