Grieving The Loss Of A Loved One

February 27, 2019

 

Recently that would be since January 25, 2019, I have been grieving over the loss of my Mom.  I know I am not the only one that is grieving but I thought this might help if I write about it.

 

The first thing we must realize is that we all have an appointment with death.  My mom’s was on January 25, 2019.  We cannot do anything about it and so we need to not feel sorry for ourselves.

 

The second thing we must realize is that she would want us to continue our life and living it to the fullest.  If we don’t it will only be a disappointment to her.  We must quit feeling sorry for ourselves and start living our life again.

 

Thirdly, we must pull our lives together and begin living them like we have a purpose.  If we spend our time feeling sorry for ourselves we will only disappoint those around us.  God wants us to live our lives to the fullest and anything less would be wrong.

 

Fourthly, we all are only here for a short period of time and we must not waste it.  There are people all around us that need our love and support.  If we just sit back and feel sorry for ourselves and do nothing we will not be living to our full potential.  So get up wash your face and go find someone that you can encourage.

 

Lastly, don’t give up on God as He has not given up on you.  He knows what is best for your life so go out there and make Him proud.  Because in due season we will reap if we faint not.

 

Thank you and I hope you stop by again tomorrow.

 

 

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