In a span of 2 years, I have seen so many of our dear ones leave this world.
It started with my MIL’s sister with cancer followed by my dad’s sister, cancer again. Then after a while we lost AS’s grandma due to old age and them my mum’s sister (cancer) and then very recently my dad’s brother (kidney problem).
Going through all this grief in such a short period of time, I started thinking about death more seriously.
I know death is the only thing which we all know is certain but still when our near and dear ones pass away, we are left with pain and grief. Just because we all know everyone is going to leave this earth doesn’t make our pain any easier.
But at the same time I am appreciating life more. I am trying to enjoy time with friends and family doing things I love to do and living my life to the fullest so if I don’t wake up tomorrow, I know I will have no regret.
It is definitely lot harder to do than I have planned but I am going to keep this in mind.
Life is definitely unpredictable and too short for egos in relationships.
Surrounding myself with like mined and positive people will make it worth living. I am making the most of my time, saying what I want to and doing what I want to do. Nobody should be taken for granted and it works both way.
Someone’s death is a reminder for us that life is shorter than we think.
Hope I could provoke your thought about life and death and see this world slightly differently as no one knows what will happen tomorrow.
M from nepaliaustralian
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That is quite a number of people in such a short period of time. I’m sorry to hear about your losses.
I know it is so horrible . We just found out that one of our uncle is suffering from 4th stage cancer right now . I have no idea what is happening.
Terrifying thoughts. Life is so great, Australian.
It is but death is so real 😦
I don’t want to die. I love life and wish I could go on forever. But my knees keep telling me to slow down now.
I wish you live beyond 100 years with good health and happiness dai.
Thanks, Australian. I’m not doing too bad except for my red eyes problem sometimes and the usual getting old things.
I think you are doing great and love reading your blog 🙂
Thanks, Australian. I’m not a writer but just like to say something sometimes. I have to take care not to be on the computer too much or I’d write more often,