posted on Jan, 6 2015 @ 08:05 PM
a reply to: Hefficide
I, too am sorry for your loss, Heff. Losing someone we care about this much is hard, and one only find's a very few people in this life that we are
truly deep friends with.
Take comfort (when you are able to) that there are others that you may meet on your lifepath, that will also have this bond with you. There are not
many; but they do exist. Search for them.
You said that you feel guilty that this home was a blessing for you, and a place of death for the others. I think there is a better way to look at
There is a very good chance that your friend would have died whether or not he went to the home for help. Probably the help that he received there
helped him to not only live longer, enjoy the friendship that the three of you had together, but also to have a better life for the time that he was
there. This is probably true for Robert, too.
If your friend had cancer, as well as other health problems, and was not going to live no matter what; then the fact that he died peacefully in his
sleep, and at the home of a dear friend, was probably the best ending that he could have had to his life in the condition that he was in.
It seems to me that even though there were sad endings to some of your friends lives, those endings would still have happened had they not gone to the
home for help, and their life up until that time would have been much worse; so the home was actually a blessing for them also.
Adding my prayers for your healling , and comfort for your sorrow.