The author of Ecclesiastes reminds us that life is transitory. Success, failure, joy, suffering, and the world’s memory of us will appear briefly, then dissipate as a vapor. Like notes in a symphony, one note’s resonance lasts for a moment, but creates music. Ignorance, the sin in the world, and our own sin cause us to play like a pianist who has stumbled and lost her place in the song. Ecclesiastes 3 reminds us there is a time for everything, and that wisdom involves both knowing and acting in accordance with the season we are in. In this breakout, we will discuss how to help counselees find their place in the music once more, specifically in times such as when to tear down, weep, and mourn.