Sometimes one can be faced with great difficulty. One of the greatest is death. As life grows, it could be difficult to understand or accept the end result. There is an inevitable nature to reach toward the end sooner or later. While it’s hard to fathom the whole of existing throughout your time here, but there are other forms that has a beginning and an end.
There is a short-lived and temporary aspect of life and it exist in almost everything you see here. It could be like a snake shedding its skin. The old parts are removed and a new coat reveals itself. You could have things for awhile and then it becomes old and you let it go. Over the course of your life, there are things that come and go. Each thing serves you for a time and then when it is exhausted, it is left behind. Those which have a purpose or sentimental value remains. But those which have no value, which are short-lived or temporary doesn’t last.
However, you can find yourself again and again the old forms which comes around in another form. Sometimes it seems that in life we are searching for something. It is a constant search which fulfills an inner desire. We can find something like it, but it may not be perfect yet. It will return again and again having a significance to you and then leaves. And when you reach to a certain point, you can find it once again. It will keep coming around in another form, so don’t grieve at it’s loss.
In the Egyptian times, death was only the beginning of a new life, where a soul would travel within the underworld to be reborn again. While we may see that death could be an end. It is also a new beginning. Life in a way is a connection. Death in a way is a disconnection. If we can perceive the two qualities in that nature, then there are possibilities to make the connection again. A connection can be discovered, rebuilt, and be new again to bring it back to you. Everyday, we are given the opportunity to be reborn again. For what we lose, it can be reborn too. How would we make the connection again is up to you.
Don’t grieve. Anything you lose comes round in another form. – Rumi
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