A few years ago. about 2003. I decided to start a carrer in the health field. I met a few of the older folks, they then recently after we met had died. One particularly I had the pleasure of being with for a month for a few hours a day. Since it was the end of the line for him, near death. He spoke of things in a very personal, and appreciative manner. The fact he was super honest and respected only those who respected him showed. He loved heavy rock and metal, same as me. I felt I has really lost someone. And that made me shut down. Now any time anyone dies, which now that I am 30 happens to alot of families. I disconnect, then just help others. Never mind if they ment anything to me. I think it's trouble when you don't express a loss. That's what this abling post is about. Saying that you are a part of their life too. I guess, I just need to know that I still feel. For them maybe not so much in the material sense but definetly feel the loss. And want to know them in spirit
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