The Death of Cupcake:
A Child’s Experience with Loss
Written by Susan Nicholas
exposes the intersection of grief and consciousness from a child’s perspective. It opens a conscious dialog about life and loss, reminding parents and children of their infinite nature. It allows children to view death as a liberation, and for many the final unconscious moment of their human existence. Through the lens of consciousness lies the realization that many children are not given the space to make closure when a loved one transitions because physical death is not easily discussed.

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