Seeking Comfort

Hey bloggers,
Losing someone is a very hard time in anyones life, whether we lost someone who was older or younger. Sometimes we all want to be selfish and hold on to them even thou they might be suffering.When i lost my gran i remember some people kept asking for her age and when i said “87” i kept getting similar replies ” Ahh,well she was old”. Yes,Yes she was but she was also loved and she will be loved and very much missed, age doesn’t justify anyones death- Yes its a tragic when we lose someone at a young age and makes us think “why them?” , i like to think they had a higher purpose to serve somewhere else and maybe they wouldn’t have a nice life here with us.

I don’t know about you readers but i believe in more that what meets the eye, a deeper meaning to all of us. I believe in spirits and ghosts and when you lose someone close to your heart they will always be able to hear your thought and even protect you. My aunt went to a medium ( Most of tarot readers etc i don’t tend to believe in ) But this one mentioned somethings that my mum knew but my aunt knew and my gran apparently said that she is watching over my niece, whom she loved dearly.So if you have lost anyone close to you, just think they are in peace now,away from pain and if you want to speak to them,do so! maybe not out loud but in your mind and in your heart because their spirits stay with us and guides us.

That is all,hope you liked it,have a nice day!

Peace x


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Posted on March 27, 2012, in Life and tagged , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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