We don't realize our mortality until someone we know dies suddenly without any warning. We then begin to think about life's nuisances and all the time we wasted on nonsense things.
When was the last time you told someone how you felt? Is it something you keep putting off until tomorrow? When was the last time you apologized for that disagreement you had months ago? And you realized it was trivial.
We as people always believe that we have tomorrow, sorry to say we don't. Don't keep putting those unsaid words on hold.
Would you rather carry those missed spoken words around being mad and refusing to say you're sorry- because of your pride? If you are anger with someone apologize. You will only have a moment of beinguncomfortable, not a lifetime of regret.
Life is full of disappointments that we have no control over. Make sure you leave a little piece of yourself with everyone you care for, because tomorrow might not come. If you have feelings for someone don't be afraid to let them know. Don't let the good things you wanted to say to them be taken to the grave. Once you are gone everything you wish to say to those individuals won't matter. That would be a shame for those individuals not to experience the love and gratefulness you wanted to share with them.
Life is too short to stress yourself over people who don't even deserve to be an issue in your life. We all need that one friend, not a bunch of friends just one, who will stay with you through the dark and cold times. That friend whose love and loyalty you can always count on. Do you think you could be that friend in their time of need?
Life is too short to wake up in the morning with regrets. So, love the people who treat you right and forget about the ones who don't. And believe that everything happens for a reason. If you get a chance - TAKE IT, If it changes you - LET IT.
"life is short, time is fast, no replay, no rewind. So enjoy every moment as it comes." - unknown-
A READING of GRIEF :
'I had my own idea of grief. I thought it was the sad time that followed the death of someone you love and you had to push through it to get to the other side. I am learning that there is no other side. There is no pushing through anything, but rather, an absorption. Adjustment and acceptance. Grief is not something you complete, but rather endure. Grief is not a task to finish and move on, but an element of yourself."