While living in Australia, the death of my second son at the age of 3 months propelled me into a spiritual, physical and psychological spiral, culminating in my cause-related activism in the area of Grief and Bereavement. I was ultimately employed by an organization that serviced the needs of bereaved families following the death of their child. I was often involved in changing the perception of parents who felt they were the guilty suspect in the death of their child, to understanding they were a victim of the child’s death. During this time I spent valuable hours, days and weeks with those experiencing the raw emotion that follows a sudden death. Whilst in their company I witnessed real and surreal events, seeing the powerful range of emotions that ravaged the body, mind and spirit. No sound is more primal than the wailing of someone pleading with their God to give breath to a lifeless body.