[Thank you for your kindness regarding my own recent loss, Mariza. Geoffrey is one of the primary people I was hoping to hear from regarding it, as I knew his response would be fully understanding and heartfelt, with some wisdom included. Wisdom I might not be ready to hear, but wisdom, nonetheless. But, with no diminished and no diminishing love of and for my mother, which is deep; and as acutely as I'm experiencing and feeling her loss; I had no idea of Geoffrey's own tragic and even greater loss (which until the past couple days I knew nothing of at all) and my Mom would agree with this. If such things can be ordered in their intensity, it is my understanding that it is as I've described. I'll write you privately regarding mine, Mariza.]
What you've described is beautiful, Mariza. Mother Nature can be so kind in acknowledging us and our losses and giving us strength in ways that only she can.
My hope is that with Geoffrey being English speaking he's already well aware of Brahm's Lullaby and may have his own personal experiences with the lullaby and his beautiful and deeply beloved daughter.
"Be yourself. Everyone else is already taken."
~ Oscar Wilde