This subject conjures up many feelings for different people but just the thought of somebody dying can leave a large hole in your life. Many of us who have experienced such moments in life often wish somebody could lean over and metphorically kiss us better.
In many ways this kiss of warmth can mean somebody being there when we need them or the strength to be ahead of the inevitable. We all know one thing for certain and that is we have our life. It could last a matter of minutes for some baby just being born or it could last to a time when we pass one hundred.
I have reached the halfway marker for this last thought but it becomes ever more interesting how I treat others. I would like to think that in general I reflect a good and honest way of treating those around me.
People look in many directions to find an answer to what sometimes is starring at them in the face, a moment of reflection can often give an unexpected answer to working through a difficult time.
Recently I have received a number of emails relating to the last post on bereavement which I thank you for. Your time has been given to think of where you will go next with your life. Remember not to look for the sad reasons why someones has passed through your life but the good ones. Not everybody was a saint but everybody might have had a glimmer of love in their heart.
I have done a number of home clearances over the years and the collective items of a persons life means nothing against what they have left in our minds