Posted by Angela2 on July 3, 2005, at 23:06:52
In reply to Re: How will I cope when Hammy dies?, posted by Deneb on June 27, 2005, at 22:40:11
death is a part of life.
I feel bad for old people because they see friends die everyday.
Or doctors. They have to cut people up and see people die all the time.
I had 2 family members die of cancer. One was my grandma and one was a distant cousin.
With my grandma I was sad, but with the distant cousin I was just...blank. I went to her funeral and all her family was crying and sad.
I've decided I'm going to give my body to science when I die. Becuase what's the sense in putting your body in the ground? I have just decided this.
I'm sorry I don't have any answers. Death is sad. The end of things usually are. Maybe they don't have to be, but I haven't firgured out a way for them not to be yet. With my endings, and I'm not just talking about death, but like the ending of a relationship, i am sad. But there are moments when I am not sad during the day too. Like when I'm listening to music or drawing or reading. I kinda forget about being sad. I embrace these moments.
When I hear about the ending of a relationship between significant others, I am sad. I think "if that can happen to them, that can happen to me." We are all vulnerable. But the thing to remember is that not all of life hurts. And we should embrace what we have that makes us happy now. Life is really f*cked up and weird. It makes you wonder what the point of it all is. I have come to the conclusion that there either is no meaning or there are a bunch of meanings. lol.