posted on Jul, 3 2014 @ 12:34 AM
a reply to: Shana91aus
i get what your saying about how the world just carries on like normal its such a surreal feeling when that dawns on you it just doesn't seem
right, you just lost this person who is so special too you and everyone else is just so normal and unaffected and living their life like they usually
would thats a feeling i wont forget.
I can relate to this feeling as well. My Dad passed away 7 years ago and I remember looking at the world around me, un-changed, just going on like
nothing happened, yet something profound had happened to me and my family with our loss. I kind of felt like the world should be mourning too. My
Father was lucky though as he lived to a ripe old age and lived a happy and fulfilling life. I believe that when he passed on, he was no longer in
pain and that he had gone on to something different, something better.
Still, I suppose memories will haunt us and we will be sad and miss our loved ones always. My Mother is 90 and now I live in fear of her going any
time. you just never know at that age. It is bad enough to lose Grandparents, Aunts and Uncles and friends, but parents are even worse. They are your
rock in life so to speak, no matter how old we get, we always need and love them.
My heart goes to anyone who has experienced the loss of a loved one. You are never alone.