Elephant in the room: Death

This took a lot of bravery from my part. 😊

Change that comes with death is what people are afraid of, not death itself.

Death is a dramatic change, A change where the next is unknown.

For a person who is too much scientific and logical (I mean a person who doesn’t understand faith) death will be a nightmare because you can’t technically plan it, you have to have faith. There’s no guarantee for what’s to come. You can only do the best and leave the rest for faith.

Everyone has an expiration date. That end moment you will flash black all the things you’ve done. In every moment if you have done the right thing, not the thing that ‘feels’ right, you’ve got nothing to worry about.


6 thoughts on “Elephant in the room: Death”

  1. It’s funny I would come across this. I blog weekly and I’m already thinking about what my next post should be about. I recently experienced back to back to back deaths (2012, 2013 and 2015) of really close people in my life; so I was thinking about writing about my experiences with the finality of death but I don’t think I’m ready yet. Too much to dredge up.

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      1. I will write about it, one day. Just not this week. I wrote about the divorce last week, and that was heavy and emotional. I want my post this week to be lighthearted and fun (still thinking about a topic). Death will have to wait. πŸ˜ƒ

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