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TAPESTRIES OF GRIEF

4 - 25 September 2021

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What is Tapestries of Grief ?

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Each of us will experience the loss of a loved one in our lives, yet every one of us experiences grief differently.

 

Grief is unique yet universal.

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"Where there's life,

death is inevitable"

Mo Yan

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In Tapestries of Grief, we invite everyone who has lost a loved one to explore and express their grief.

We give the bereaved a voice in teaching us the best ways we can support them.

We learn how to weave a supportive tapestry together.

Bereaved persons’ experiences are shaped not only by themselves. They are impacted by everyone who comes into contact with them – family members, friends, faith communities, neighbours, colleagues, even coffeeshop stall owners who know them by face.

Everyone helps to weave the unique tapestry of a person’s grief experience.

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 By giving the bereaved a voice in sharing and expressing their grief journey, we learn how to be a compassionate community in supporting the bereaved.

For more information about Singapore Hospice Council’s GBC2021, please visit https://gbc.singaporehospice.org.sg/

Tapestries of Grief is held in conjunction with the 2021 Grief and Bereavement Conference (GBC). 

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For the first time in Singapore, we highlight the bereaved’s voice and listen to their experiences in a nationwide event.

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Tapestries of Grief reflects the uniqueness and universality of the grief experience.

 

Each piece of tapestry is uniquely woven by different-coloured threads. Each grief experience is uniquely affected by the different encounters we have with others.

The Concept

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Tapestries of Grief  is a month-long festival that aims to let us explore and experience our emotions surrounding the loss of our loved ones and learn how to support persons in grief.