The worst feeling in the world isn’t heartbreak; it when you realize that you will never get to spend time with someone you love for the rest of your life.
Life has two elements, living, and death. These two have a series of processes that happen to many.
Death is an inevitable end. No matter how we try to run from it, when the maker starts calling, we all go back to where we come from.
The loss of a loved one is a pain we never get to forget, and we live with it.
No matter how we try to act like we can pull through, we find ourselves in that mud of painful memories and sad emotions.
We often the rest of our lives, thinking about them and the memories we had together.
Death isn’t the end of all. It’s the beginning of a new process.
We shouldn’t be saddened or weighed down by the loss of a loved one forever. Death is inevitable, and we don’t have control over it or know who might be next.
It might be you or someone around you. Let us not wallow in shallows or grief. Live every moment of your life like it’s the last. Be happy, and hope for a better day.
No one knows tomorrow. This might be my last article, who knows, but I’m going to live the rest of my life like I have all the time in the world.
Be happy because you are living for the moment and at the moment, not the past.