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At some point, experience teaches us and readies us to say to goodbye to the generations that have come before us; as painful as it is to lose grandparents, parents, or even older mentors, in some way life teaches us to prepare for those losses, as hard as they are. But something feels more jarring--and often unfair or unjust--when people die in unexpected ways and times. When lives seem "cut short" or people die "before their time" we feel greater anger and look for someone or something to blame, and we find ourselves grieving not only the past, but an unrealized future of what might have been. In this episode of our series looking at death and dying with honesty and hope, pastors Sarah, Erica, and Steve explore some of the dynamics of what happens when we go through this kind of loss, and how it feels different, as well as how we can deal with the feelings of outrage, anger, injustice, and lament as people who also belive in the goodness and strength of God. Join us for another important and poignant conversation here on Crazy Faith Talk.