Nobody cares about the expensive things you try to brag about online. What really matters, and the only thing people will remember about you when you're dead, is how you treated people and what (if any) good you did for the world. Have you done anything that really makes a difference for the world?
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It's okay to grieve. It's okay to know that you loved deeply and are hurting because the one you loved is no longer able to be here with you. Embrace grief as a sign of your great love. Feel all the emotions that come with grief, experience it in the waves that it comes, and know that one day it will be okay. If not right now, then soon. - read: http://livepurposefullynow.com/how-to-thrive-in-times-of-trouble/
“wherever a beautiful soul has been there is a trail of beautiful memories” - Ronald Reagan. A collection of short funeral quotes to guide us through grief - by Memory Press, creators of beautiful, uplifting and memorable funeral programs