Roy Richards. Let us hope that this church will rise from the ashes and once again be that jewel of Erdington High Street. After the fire, a wrought-iron phoenix was added to the roof to signify the mansion's rise from the ashes. While Town and the Giants share the Galpharm, Pool have offered a new home to troubled Chorley Lynx, who could rise from the ashes and relocate.
Rugby league to return to seaside? Football: Aldershot boss backs Telford. Young footballers devastated when their club and kit went up in smoke have seen new hope rise from the ashes. Blaze hit side back on track. Business information provider ICSM says the Enterprise Bill will make it easier for ill-intentioned insolvency practitioners and unscrupulous directors to contrive company liquidations and then have companies rise from the ashes. Warning on phoenix rise. Brian has managed to rebuild and refurbish his pride and joy and tonight we'll see his new Phoenix Club rise from the ashes.
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- THE PHOENIX RISING FROM THE ASHES OF GRIEF.
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Quite a few dot-com CEOs are crying in their beers, too, wondering how best to auction off barely used servers, wide-screen PCs and a roomful of Aeron in chairs, all the while plotting to rise from the ashes. The Dylan isn't the only hotel to rise from the ashes of an historic building. On a crowded island, the boutique hotel is king. Planes on standby to fly again.. But businessman Kerry Michael, 49, who only bought the pier in February and had spent pounds 1million on renovations, said it would rise from the ashes.
Immediately the phoenix would re-emerge, renewed from the purifying ashes, more beautiful and regal than before, and live for another years until the process would repeat perpetually.
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The symbolism of the phoenix, is legendary. No matter what the culture, the phoenix or a similar avian-type figure, remain a symbol of resurrection after loss. For me, the phoenix has become a symbol of transformation in grief.
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After Peter died, I was engulfed in the flames of sorrow. I was consumed by the power of the inferno of pain and I burned with grief. Actually, I was burned out by grief! The thought of rising from the ashes of devastation was unfathomable. The darkness descended and all pleasure was erased from my life. Everyday chores became insurmountable. I had lost all joy and happiness.
I knew I had to find the courage to channel my inner-phoenix and rise triumphantly — or at least, rise to the best of my abilities -- from the ashes of grief. My transformation was not instantaneous by any means.
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Bit by bit, piece by piece, building block by building block, I began to emerge from the fires of devastation. I devoured books on grief looking for answers and finding others in the same boat which brought a modicum of relief. I asked for help, I got support, and I began to perform spiritual alchemy, to transmute my negatives into positives. I learned that by writing and helping others, I could emerge from the ashes by doing something meaningful with my life. Surviving was not enough for Laurie. I wanted to transform my pain and find a purpose for living again.
I wanted to find happiness, wonder, pleasure, and more importantly, I wanted to be able to say I experience joy again.
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I wanted to honor Peter in the only way I knew how, by living a life worthy of him. Creating meaning from loss is my resurrection from the debris of my heartache. Tap here to turn on desktop notifications to get the news sent straight to you. Help us tell more of the stories that matter from voices that too often remain unheard. Join HuffPost Plus.