3. Spend time somewhere beautiful. In North of Hope, the healing power of God’s creation played a significant role in Polson’s journey through grief. “The wind died, and the night air lay balmy on my skin. And then south down the wide river valley a rainbow appeared against the mountain to the east, curving out over the valley. It brightened, extended its arc, and then disappeared. Then another appeared farther down the valley. Then another, claiming the valley and all that was in it. And then a double rainbow!