5 Lessons Death Taught About Life – Losing a loved one is arguably the most painful thing that anyone in this world can experience. Nonetheless, overcoming sadness is an unavoidable part of life that we will experience at some point in time. For some, it would be something they had experienced many times. For others, it might be something they haven’t experienced yet. But no matter how many times we lose someone close to us, the sadness experienced as a result is always just as real.
It should be noted, however, that no matter how intense the pain of losing a loved one, what matters most is that we have someone to love. So, no matter how difficult it may seem at first, life will still go on. This cannot be avoided. The important question we have to ask ourselves once the grieving process starts to slow down is what death should teach us about life
1. There is always something going well in someone’s life
Even amidst hurricanes of unforeseen circumstances, and all the despair they result in, there is always something to cherish in life. We need to focus on the good in our life and try to be happy. Being sad and focusing on what we don’t have doesn’t change things.
We can list what we have or we can list what we don’t have. The first list will give us peace and happiness, while the second list will only give us sadness. We may have a lot of things that can make us unhappy, but if we have one thing that is going well, we should focus on that.
2. Do not underestimate the people we love
If we are lucky enough to have someone we can love, call them often. Visit them often. Share what we went through with people who love us. What could be more important than the people we care about, who care about us? No one can guarantee that we can live up to a hundred years. And even a hundred years can quickly pass
3. It is not our fault that bad things happen beyond our control
Self-blame will lead us down a long and lonely road with no end in sight. Guilt is going to torture us without mercy. We cannot change the situation regarding the fact that the people we love are no longer by our side. We cannot prevent it in any way. God is the power and energy that pulls us through all difficult circumstances including death.
4. Be open to miracles
As long as we are alive, something extraordinary can happen at any time. Life may have bad conditions that we never expected and expected. But life will also have a peak we never dreamed of which will lead us to joy beyond the wildest imaginations we have ever imagined.
The Universe owes us nothing, so be grateful for all the blessings we have. Whatever happens, try to enjoy the life we have. No one else can enjoy it for us but ourselves
5. No one can guarantee tomorrow
Death can be something unexpected or unexpected. After all, no one knew when that time would come. So even though it sounds cliché, we have to live each day as if it is our last day in this life. There are no definite guarantees in this life. Make every moment as precious and as difficult as possible, try not to take anything for granted. We must not live in fear of death. However, our existence should be used as a reminder that life is to live in the present and not in an uncertain future.