Just attended the 2nd ever funeral I've ever been to in life. I streamed in online remotely and it turned out to be incredibly special because: despite the total downpour here throughout the day, the sky magically cleared from the moment the service was due to start through to the last moment as my friend finished his speech for the dearest son that he so loved and lost,
The sun shone and gave the sky a beautiful hue,
which lit up the ocean in front of my room, where I watched the sunrise while listening to the eulogy my friend gave...
It was extremely painful and I wept a lot with him.
Death is not the end of our journey with someone we love so dearly.
But choosing death over life is not the best solution to one's struggle.
If it helps at all, we just need to remember our lives are not our own.
If anyone you know who may be going through an incredibly difficult time and you know about it, please reach out to them in person,
check in with them often, talk to them and hear each other's voice, give them the strength they need through your care and love for them, help them rise above their situation.
There's truly nothing more important in life than giving each other true companionship, attentiveness, and support.
Don't let them leave themselves alone.
it's a difficult subject to broach.
I can't speak enough of how deeply sad I feel, and can only cry for the loss of a beautiful soul.
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