Death

Posted by admin February 3rd, 2013

Death, as it has been said, is a part of life. Dealing with the death of a family member, a friend, or even a beloved pet brings about an often traumatic experience with which we all must learn how to deal. What does it mean to “deal with it and then move on”? Some choose to forget about it and let the pain creep up in other ways.   I, like all of us, have dealt with the death of loved ones and some pets as well. But I have found that there are other types of deaths in our lives which do not deal with the expiry of a life. Deaths of friendships, love relationships, and even careers can hurt just as much as someone’s actual death.  The mourning process, I have found, is the same. Our protagonist, Nevaline, deals with many deaths in her life, and at a very young age.

“Such with self-pity shares a fool’s bed!” she exclaimed. “My yet beating heart must press on in honor of my mother, father, and Master Sjhong.” –Satchel & Sword I.: The Search for the Saluka Stone.

How can people deal with death?

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3 Responses

  1. Virginia says:

    Death, is not the end, it’s the rebirth of our spirit! Loosing a love one is a very empty feeling; went my parents died I felt empty. I miss their voices and touch, that feeling never goes away but talking about my parents and remembering them feels good again, Why? Because remembering them are keeping them alive.

    We don’t die we exist and it’s comforting to know that our love ones we’ll see them again.

    • admin says:

      Virginia, I like what you said about how remembering people who have passed on keeps them alive. That is so true. That can also help greatly in the mourning process.

  2. Ivan Vukosav says:

    The hardest part about losing someone is accepting the fact that they are actually gone. When the bond of love has been torn apart by death it leaves deep wound. A wound so deep can only be healed by the grieving process. It’s difficult to accept the loss at first, but until one is capable of that, the grieving process cannot begin. You must be thankful that you were part of each other’s lives for the time you had together and realize that your life must now go on as well. I went through this process after losing my grandmother who raised me and my sister. It’s not easy, but it makes you appreciate the relationships you have all the more.