FamCor, so sorry to hear about your loss. Your mention of the deep sorrow you feel when you awake in the morning and remember he is gone brought back
the same memory for me after my mom's death. Like for half a minute you are okay, then the impact hits you all over again.
Oh, so sorry to hear this. Nothing worse than the tragic loss of loved one who left way too soon.
I know you say you are being strong for your family, but please, find some time to grieve for yourself too. You also need to say goodbye and let go.
He will always be in your heart, but you can't let the raw pain live with like this. It's not healthy. Grieve and let it begin to heal some.
You have my most heartfelt condolences for the tragic loss of your brother. Thank you for sharing his photos with us. I can see clearly the vibrant
energy in those eyes.
You are right to feel concerned for his twin...he probably feels the void so profoundly that it is almost a physical pain. I am sending healing
energies out to you and your family. It sounds like you all have created a powerful support system together, and that is what will pull you all
through this devastating ordeal.
If there is anything I can do to help you, please let me know. Please extend my condolences to your family as well. My heart goes out to you all.
Holy crap Famcore, so sorry for your loss. I've had a handful of very young deaths around me - none so close, but they're always terrible. I hope the
good times and what he's meant to you stay with you forever as I'm sure they will.
Sudden turns like this too - seen more than my fair share recently. They really wake you up in terms of cherishing.
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In times like these it is hard to understand why life goes the way that it does. Experiencing the death of a loved one has got to be one of the most
difficult experiences we go through. Your reflection on the kind of person that Ian was is such a wonderful way to honor him, thank you for sharing.
We are all far more connected than we can possibly understand. When it comes to family that connection is amplified. I like the way you described
being Team Ian! You are spot on, he will most certainly be with all of you.
Sending out a prayer for you and your family, blessings to Ian and his continued exploration of the infinite universe! May you all find strength and
faith in whatever form it takes.
Some of Alan Watts's wisdom that has helped me in these kinds of times, PM me anytime my friend.
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