Personal Journal #1

In an attempt to be more in touch with my thoughts and feelings I have started to keep a journal. the posts that come from this are ones I feel that will help to push my practice forward. I won’t post anything I am not comfortable people knowing, but respecting my openness would be appreciated.

Dear Grandad,

I thought it was the right time to attempt this. But maybe not.

I am still in so much pain, and I don’t think I had fully considered this pain. I can feel it wrapped around my heart, not in a  nasty way, just there, just something joined to my existence. I doubt I will ever lose this. Although, I do hope to understand it, in my own way. Perhaps through an understanding of how others describe death and grief, beginning with the draw of church the ***** feels. I then believe the Quakers would be good, as a way of understanding grandads curiosity of their reflection methods. there us also philosophy, myths and legends or other religions. I just need to carefully open the door on my grieving so that I can understand it completely as possible, eventually coming to my own conclusions.


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Jessy Plant

A Brighton born artist, now studying a Fine Art Degree at Cardiff Met Uni.

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