GONE BUT NEVER FORGOTTEN

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GONE BUT NEVER FORGOTTEN
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By: Benjamin junior Kalyolyo

12 December 2015

It is that time of the year, where we lose someone we love and care about but that does not mean it is the end of the world. Loosing someone we adore, care and love is like unintentionally dropping our fragile hearts on a concrete floor with pieces of them scattering everywhere, with no one to help us gather and re-assemble them to shape. It is not going to be an ephemeral feeling but it is a feeling that we will probably have for the rest of our life.

For some people it is easily versatile, but for others it becomes a start of nightmares as it becomes so difficult to see beyond the grief, sorrow and pain. At this difficult stage it is so impossible to be strong if you have not accepted, screamed or cried…  “The visibility of Strength will be built after being weak”. Thereafter life will become better from a special prospective well knowingly that your deceased beloved one’s heart will always live and be cherished in your heart.

“Moving on” will not be much of a problem as it is of getting through the day, but as days go progress will be made by feeling a lot better than we may actually feel by starting to discover that all those painful thoughts we couldn’t process before suddenly become easier to bear by the day.

Having gone through this myself my proposal in this kind of difficult time would be to take each happy moment you shared with your loved one as a memory for tomorrow, treasure it in your heart and always remember that the life of the dead is placed in your heart.

 

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