Losing a loved one is a hard blow to deal with sometimes, truth be told. I know the pain of losing people close to you because I have lost quite a handful of them and I can tell you the pain etch deeper into your mind and your head. There is no easy way in dealing with death and that is the truth.
Death is everyone’s last enemy and we are all going to taste it at some point in our life’s journey. No man can live forever. If you have ever lost anyone close to your heart, then you can see a shift in perspective and idealism sometimes.
I attended a burial yesterday and my eyes opened to how frail human lives are. We are just like a flower that rises in the morning, looking all glowing and beautiful and in the evening time, it goes away; withered and undesired. When you lose someone close to your heart or you have witnessed the effect on others, you will see that life is indeed not to be taken too serious.
Don’t take life too serious because you will never get out of it alive.
We all struggle to be better and become better human and we tend to take things too serious when we are sometimes expected to loosen up. Life doesn’t come with instructions or a manual, so we live and learn as we grow and go through life. The death of a loved one will give you a shift in perspective only when you are the type that can think deeply.
You tend to see how people promise you and fail to live up to it. You see the dependence on human as a futile effort and know you need to be better for yourself and be responsible for your own life. You also tend to see how after every toil and labour, the end result is still to be buried; lying lifeless and with no worries anymore.
…to be continued…
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My tongue is like the pen of a ready writer.
Olawalium; (Love’s chemical content, in human form). Take a dose today: doctor’s order.