2 min readNov 12, 2020

The hardest experience human can or will have in life is to lose the only person who believes in you, who believes that you can.

Losing them is the most painful pain you’ll ever have in life because you know they wouldn’t be at your side anymore.

They wouldn’t be seeing the same sunrise and sunset anymore with you.

And so, it’s okay to cry. It’s okay to grieve. It’s part of the healing process.

So do it. Cry. Grieve. Scream.

But remember, acceptance.

We need to accept that painful fate. We need to keep going. Because no matter what happens, life must go on for we still have a life of our own.

In order to heal, we need to have acceptance. In order for life to go on, let’s accept first what made us stop moving for a moment in our life.

Death is inevitable. We all know that. So, instead of letting our life revolve around grieving and crying, let’s all move our hands to wipe our tears.

Stand up once again. Continue moving forward and enjoy life.

We only have one lifetime, but it has so much to offer to us. Let’s all make the most out of it.

Remember, we will all get through these.

It might not be today or tomorrow, but soon it will come.

So while we are still breathing, alive and kicking, do not let go. Just hold on and never lose your hope and faith.

God is with us!

His guidance and His love will help us get through everything life will throw at us.

Smile. I love you!

Everything that were written were all based on what I feel toward people grieving over the death of their loved ones. I, too, have already experienced losing someone precious to me nd that’s my grandfather (when I was 9 years old).