"By befriending one another, we broke through the isolation of widowhood. As much as for the widows of the Bible, social alienation besets widows today.... we began to find the friendship our souls yearned for, as we wept and laughed, complained, hoped, brought in photographs and keepsakes, remembered." Originating from meetings between widows to support one another, Where You Go, I Shall moves through the loneliness of widowhood towards the hope of friendship. Beginning with meditations on widows in the Bible, the authors enter into their own experiences as widows. Themes of grief and faith, financial strain and resourcefulness, parenthood and sexuality emerge through the authors' stories of life after suffering the loss of a spouse. Written by three friends joined by their experience of death, Where You Go, I Shall seeks resources for living with grief in the company of those who know grief best.