Death does not scare me, neither does it please me. In fact, it keeps me in my toes, ensuring I have little regrets and love as much as I can in the short time dedicated to us in this world. Whatever comes after is to be found, I want to reserve no plans for then. Luckily, I am yet to deal with too much grief.
I have struggled to write today. Because I wanted to avoid what I wanted to write about. But I know that is just not me. And I wanted to write about grief. And writing is as much for you to grow as also for me to learn about myself and grow. So I have written.
Grief is something so private that I think it is better left in there, in the dark, not living the light of day. But at the same time, as one of the most difficult emotions to live with, it is one I know I ought to not stay away from as I focus my path on growth.
So I will leave this article written, but unpublished. No, I am not being annoying. I will share it with those that believe they need it. Just send me a note (firstname.lastname@example.org). No questions asked.