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Angels which are Gifts and Boxed up as a Present

Scottish author George MacDonald once said, "If instead of a gem, or even a flower, we should cast the gift of a loving thought into the heart of a friend that would be giving as the angels give." This is especially true when words cannot express our deepest emotions, such as when we are trying to comfort a loved one who suffered the loss of a friend or family member. It is more than understandable that at times like this, there are little words that can ease the grief felt, and many individuals are reluctant to say anything, for fear that they may make the situation worse. Moreover, many are not sure of what is customary following the loss of a loved one. Should I send those flowers or a gift? How long should I wait before sending a gift? Or should I even say or do anything at all, or will I just make it worse? These questions are all well founded, as we are concerned for our loved one, as well as their well being.

There are several ways one can show their support for the grieving friend or family. A traditional custom is to make a meal, and deliver it to the bereaved following news of the loss. This is comforting for the family, as it both shows that they have emotional support in their friends, as well as provides nourishment at a time when they are rightly concerned with other matters. It can be difficult to express one's condolences, but offering a simple shoulder to cry on is actually one of the greatest comforts a mourning person can find. One should never impose ideas, such as 'they are in a better place' or 'I know what you're going through', as it can cause the individual to feel as if their emotions are being downplayed. At times like these, actions speak louder than words, and simply listening, allowing them to cry, or vent their emotions can be very relieving. Another way many individuals express their sympathies is by sharing a beautiful and comforting gift that inspires a peaceful mood. It should be noted that a sympathy, or memorial gift should not be extravagant, but instead something that will bring comfort to the individual mourning. For those who are not particularly religious, a comfort or worry stone, or perhaps a beautiful vase and floral arrangement is a simple way to let them know they have that support if they need it.

For those who are religious, many offer spiritually-themed gifts, such as a prayer cross, or as is featured in this selection, a wonderful gift boxed angel. These beautiful angels can be displayed in the elegant box, or displayed hanging, to help create a serene environment. These pieces are made out of a durable material called polystone, which features a soothing, antique-white color. These keepsakes will create a visual point for those grieving to concentrate on, allowing them to rest their minds, and ultimately their bodies, from the stress that accompanies a loss. They can be displayed in any area, to provide a heavenly comfort, as only the power of the angels can do.

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