posted on Mar, 25 2017 @ 08:36 PM
a reply to: KTemplar
Thank you, I'm truly sorry for yours as well.
I put my grief aside for just a moment after his death, and this feeling came rushing in.. I've never done it with any other loss, but a momentary
lapse in my own focus and thinking bloomed into something very.. profound.
Sometimes these things, like seeing your light, may seem so simple yet are profound and staggering in their impact. But, only if we can put aside our
own noise for just
I keep telling myself its just a coping mechanism, but it all hit me like a freight train that will not stop. It was an instantaneous shift in some
fundamental parts of my perspective. A shift that I really don't believe I had the energy to make for myself. It just feels the same as knowing the
sun will rise. Obviously, plenty will discard it all, but that's ok.
Maybe contemplate that light a bit? Try to quiet the noise of your own grief, or void of it, if only for a moment. Not so much to "figure it out," but
maybe there is more waiting for you to discover and the light was just a guide like a lighthouse to a ship lost in the fog.