Death's Mysteries: A Question, Not An Answer
Posted 31 July 2020 - 01:40 PM
"No you're right. Let's do it the DUBEST WAY POSSIBLE because I I easier or you and everyone else to understand".
"Don't bother trying to figure me out. Not even they little voice in m head understand me".
"I'M RETRED. This is as dressed up as I'm going to get".
"Sorry if I look interested....I'm not".
"People who think they know it all have no clue as to how little they really know."
Posted 31 July 2020 - 08:47 PM
When I found out I had throat cancer, back in 2013, I was 51. It had metastasis to 2 of my lymph nodes in my neck they could never find the primary but thought it must have originated in my throat. I had never drank in excess of alcohol or smoked!
The hardest thing for me was how to tell my children! I wasn't so worried for myself after getting over the initial shock but how upset my children would be; most lived several hours away at the time! I didn't want to tell them this over the phone but found some work colleagues expressed their condolences over social media. I was worried, even after deleting the posts that my children might still come across them, so I quickly told my children!
I feel death is hardest on the loved ones we leave behind; those waiting on the other side are excited I wish us both many more happy years with our loved ones on this side
Posted 31 July 2020 - 09:41 PM
" I wish us both many more happy years with our loved ones on this side " KGS... well said and ditto!
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