Oct 3, 2014
Traveller's between the eternities
This has been a hard week for me. One of my cousins, who is just two years older than myself, passed away suddenly over the weekend. The day after she was buried, my neighbor and friend met her Maker after a long struggle with an illness. Whether it is expected or not, death is hard to deal with, at least, it is for me. The void the departed person leaves is impossible to fill. Death is final. Like the resounding pound of the gavel heard from the judges bench, we are sentenced to life, the remainder of it, apart. And yet, we must move on. I cried. Then selfishly I thought about my own demise.
When you are past 50, the years behind you seem like a breath and the years ahead are as the wind. Before you know it they will be blowing upon you. Then, we, too, will drift into the one of the eternities.