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Death And The Re Evaluation Of Life

I really think when someone close to you dies you begin to re-evaluate your own life. Where are you now, where are you going where do you want to go? I am now in that process.
charlesofthewildwest charlesofthewildwest 51-55, M 7 Responses Sep 21, 2011

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good luck , <br />
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i think you can find him/her in some one else and help them out ( some orphan kids maybe )

That is such a hard thing. Death is one thing that I do not understand myself. I am sorry that you have to go through this. I hope you are able to find someone to talk to that will be able to help you through this :)

Yes I think it does....the shock and the sadness that is felt with the loss of a loved one makes us realise how short and how precious our time on earth is.....we begin to think about our own mortality and it puts a perspective on what is truly important and valuable to us in our lives.... this is what I think leads us to a period of self reflection.....we need to take stock and re -evaluate our lives in order to determine what life really means for us, what do we hope to achieve during our own life journey? What sort of a person would we like to be? What will bring us true happiness and fulfilment? <br />
I wish you all the best of luck with your self evaluation...

Thank you

Hi Charles!<br />
<br />
How are you doing?<br />
I agree with you. Sometimes it takes a major heartbreak in our lives to get us to stop and look around and to evaluate our lives.<br />
If you need to talk to someone, I am here. : )

Thanks for being my friend

YES!<br />
I agree with your story....I think it is a healthy thing, to look at your life.<br />
WHERE HAVE I BEEN?<br />
WHAT ARE MY DREAMS?<br />
AM I LIVING THE LIFE I AM MEANT TO LIVE?<br />
The questions are many however, I think it is positive to think about all of these things.<br />
Life is so short.

Thanks for your support.

Thanks. Could I talk to you sometime?

sure, I don't mind

it looks like you haven't been here long enough but hopefully you find somebody to talk to who can relate to you you sound like you are sad *hugs*