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Realism In Bereavement - Are we so different?

Well the responses to my last link to bereavement seems to have shaken the tree's of the good, bad and ugly. Blogs would never be written if you did not want a response but it has surprised me the differences between them.
 
The more positive was that a number of people thought it was a good idea to consider as suggested leaving something to cover the expense to clear the unwanted items after death.
 
A middle of the road comment was that we all have to face up to what is coming and so helping our love ones to face it as well is a sensible thing.
 
Many people may of heard of a LIVING WILL which covers you in hospitals if you do not wish to be revived when a serious illness or life threatening event occurs - this to me is an amazing step in the right direction as it is giving clear instruction to doctors and nurses that we wish to die out of choice.
 
I know talking about rubbish clearance in the same breath might be strange but is it so different if you are the one making that decision.
 
The negative to my previous blog is that we all have to die so why am I trying to make commercial gain from somebody elses pain?
 
I am sorry that somebody has made this an issue but they have a right to their opinion. The fact that I have mentioned clearance before or after death is because I would like business but it is also because I know that it does not always have to be doom and gloom as some people would like.
 
Sadness is a loss of the physical not necessarily of the mind. We all carry important moments in our memories for example when you get married or pass your driving test. When you fall in love for the first time or receive that first kiss. All our actions of bereavement before and after are of our own making.
 
Yes I clear possessions that people no longer need or want in this life or the next but remember if you wish to be negative then your thoughts will follow you and potentially infect others with an unwanted darkness.
 
Think of love to warm your heart not grief to make it cold.
 
Best wishes to all of you. My comments are ones to share but I do not expect you to agree or disagree but to think who you are. Like everybody I shall leave this world at some point and even now begin to think what will I do!

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