The experiences that we live today will become memories tomorrow. Keeping it clear can help to dispel the pain for the death of a loved one.
We may feel much love for those around us, or feel we need them too much. However, everyone has a life to live. When we face death it may be difficult to think about moving forward with everyday routine without the company of that person.
Love unites, heals, comforts and brings joy. Parents give love to their children; grandparents consent their grandchildren and couples show love themselves permanently.
Each day brings its own challenges, its sorrows, its burden of work and commitments with the family and ourselves. We can face a difficult moment one day but it’s not a reason to say that our life is miserable or that it makes no sense.
Knowing life has a term helps us think clearly about what we want to achieve.
Life prepares us for the final goodbye, which means death, through multiple farewells, since childhood. As we grow, we close cycles that imply a farewell, such as the end of studies, moving from the mother’s house, the marital separation or divorce and, of course, the death of a loved one.