Death is a word that is not used often in homes. It is lonely, depressing, and unforgivable in some cases. It comes into you and surrounds you and makes you feel alone. Crying is regular and really, you never know what you are crying about.
But why does death have to be depressing, hurtful and hard? Why does death have to be lonely? Why is death here? WHY US?
These are common questions when you see your loved ones slip through your fingers. To me, this is a touchy subject. I have seen 3 if my family members suffer through the pain and sorrow. But why mourn when they are somewhere greater? Why mourn when you can’t see them, but they can see and hear you? Why me?
Have you ever seen someone take their last breath? It is brutal and makes your stomach flip. It takes your world and makes it something darker. Light becomes dark.
Then one day the darkness begins to turn around. It is leaving.
Life moves on, believe it or not. Anyways, losing people that you love is hard, harder than anything before. I have seen friends of these people not know what to say and walk away from their friend. I don’t really care if you don’t know what to say. Sorry is a great word. And a hug means a million words. Speak up, speak out, before time runs out.