10 months ago
Last edited at 7:13AM on 6/25/2013
By "losing" you mean someone has passed away: By realizing you have 'other' loved ones who are also hurting. This is not the time to fall apart, and separate .. THIS is a time to band together and endure through mutual support and compassion.
I am so sorry for your loss.
By "losing" you mean a relationship breakup: Understand that it's by our personal relationships and experiences that we learn and grow as an individual. Although we experience the pain of our loss, we also need to appreciate and remember there were good times ( at least I hope there were 'good times). Allow yourself the time to mourn this loss. It is never easy .. but you will survive.
I'm going through something like that too. It's very hard, but realize that time will lessen the pain. Loved ones come and go in our lives, and every end gives birth to a beginning. I'm feeling a little philosophical and sad this morning, sorry! Good luck :)
10 months ago
Last edited at 8:18AM on 6/25/2013
I am sorry for your pain. I understand what you are saying. I felt the same way when I lost my mother. Know that you are not alone. Reach out to others and you will see that there is comfort and understanding, all you have to do is open yourself up to it. Don't close yourself to this opportunity to gain support from those around you. You may find that they need a hug as much as you need a hug. Seek comfort in compassion. Best wishes. Never forget. I keep my mother with me in my heart always. Remember the great moments and cherish them and be grateful for having them.
My heart goes out to you. Something that I've found helpful is reading and thinking deeply about what the Bible says at Acts 24:15: "and I have hope toward God, which hope these [men] themselves also entertain, that there is going to be a resurrection* of both the righteous and the unrighteous."
The Bible provides comfort in letting us know that we have the opportunity to see or loved ones again. But this time under much better conditions. Revelation 21:4 says: "And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away."
Yes, much better conditions indeed. May these promises found in God's Word bring you comfort and give you the ability to look to the future with confidence and hope.
Neither You nor me Exists forever. irrespective of our will "Nature" works. Now we have two ways to live. first one, clinging to the ones which we love and expecting more attachment. second one, Clearly understanding there is nothing called "Permanentness" in this world. and just being with the one what we have Now.
We all love "Something/Someone" in Past and wants to repeat the same in "Future". But Past is Over(Dead). Now its your own choice to choose.... either simply Existing in the past or Living in the Present.
Purpose of Life is Love......not loving ONLY one person or ONLY one thing. "Our selfish mind tells that we are particular kind of person and then we start looking for such kind of person and fell in love with that only. But if we do not have selfish we automatically LOVE everything. If you can LOVE all....you neither loss nor gain."
Note: People who are answering your question are deeply loving you in the same way how you love your beloved one. You will understand this secret only if you come out of your past and just LIVE at this moment.
10 months ago
Last edited at 10:24AM on 6/25/2013
I am sorry for your loss. But the truth is, loved ones aren't your purpose in life. They're not supposed to be our purpose in life. The purpose in life is to obey God. On the day of judgment, we will be given our results. So assuming that by "losing loved ones", you mean through death...well, that's something that will eventually happen to all of us, at one times or another. Like I said, that's part of the purpose in this life. His life is meant to be temporary. Eventually, you will join your loved ones. By losing loved ones, you haven't lost your purpose in life. I know you're in pain, but time will heal at least some part of it.