Death and Grief are Universal.
They touch all genders.
They don’t discriminate based on socioeconomic status, or age.
Death and grief, do not care if you are a mother, father, spouse, child, sibling or friend.
Or that they are taking someone who means the world to you.
No one will escape this earth without experiencing death.
Few will escape without experiencing grief.
You, as a griever, are not alone.
Pain and Loss is a part of this human existence.
We, as a society, need to improve our understanding and our support of those who are experiencing death and grief.
Death is happening all around us, yet our society rarely sees it, because we are conditioned to be uncomfortable with death.
Making the grieving process even more difficult.
Birth and Death are the only certainties in Life.
How much Loving and Living are done between Birth and Death?
We need to remain focused on the Love and continue with the Living.
Don’t let death and grief take more from your life than they already have.
We were so blessed to have experienced this Love with our lost loved one.
Never forget, Love can never die.
The Love always remains.