Hello fabulous people,
So much has been going on… And I haven’t been writing as frequently as I would like to write… so what’s new with you?
I said goodbye to my grandmother recently, and it made me think about life. You know what is your life? What is the purpose of life? Why are you wasting your life? Why not be productive with your life?
I remember when my uncle died, and it made me really reconsider life and where I wanted to go, but I soon forgot. It seems with life we often forget just how fragile life is, and just how fragile relationships are, and just how fragile everything is. I miss them, the ones that have gone before me. I miss them.
I miss me, the me I was with them, and the me I lost when I lost them. I miss the innocence of life lived without the knowledge of loss, but I cherish the wisdom gained when we realize that we must live life to the fullest. And so we plan like there will always be tomorrow, until one day there is no more tomorrow. And so we plan for a life with people, only to realize that it was not meant to be. And the pain comes and goes, and the sadness comes and goes, and the regrets come and go, but something still remains…
Maybe it’s the fragments of the broken promises. Or maybe it’s the secret sighs within your heart that cannot easily be expressed. We are tempted to talk about it, hoping that by talking someone will be able to give the answers, and explain away the hurt. But that is when we are reminded that there’s only one that truly can do that. There’s only one that truly can take away the pain, and fill the lonely places with joy. So we take the time to grieve the loss, resting in the knowledge that he understands our pain, and that one day we shall all be reunited, and the tears will be wiped away…
And for that reason, I remain thankful, and I remain hopeful…
So my dear fabulous people… I wrote this because I hadn’t talked to you for so long… and sometimes I just want to talk.
Have a fabulous day 🙂
There is neither happiness nor misery in the world; there is only the comparison of one state with another, nothing more. He who has felt the deepest grief is best able to experience supreme happiness. We must oft feel what it is to die, Morrel, that we may appreciate the enjoyments of life.”
” Live, then, and be happy, beloved children of my heart, and never forget, that until the day God will deign to reveal the future to man, all human wisdom is contained in these two words, ‘Wait and Hope.”
— Alexandre Dumas