Family. Love. Life.❤️ 💔
What today tells me is that I know nothing about tomorrow. Today is all we got.
A friend of ours committed suicide and today was his funeral. We all counted on that we would see him again next time. There’s not always a next time. And for some of us life is not liveable. For some of us the pain and the darkness is too much and the only way to the light is out. And I know that the word suicide is the most stigmatised word we got and we want to look the other way. And we need to talk about it, learn, grow in love and forgiveness. And leave guilt and blame behind. And the question is if there’s anyone or anything to forgive. All I saw today was love. Love for family and friends, love for our friend, love for each other and also peace. Serenity. There was peace.🙏
And today is all we got and I am so grateful that I am here to share today with you and my children and my friends. And I promise to cherish the second and third chance I got in life. That I got away. That I was meant to stay and learn and grow in love and happiness.
The lesson I’ve learned is that as long as you are alive it’s never to late. You can always start again. You can always become again. You can grow, heal and help others. You can be yourself and learn to love yourself and bring you to the table of life.
🐣Btw, the podcast is out, just like that! And accidentally it’s a bit about suicide, and life as it is for me and @yoga_girl . A typical dysfunctional family that grow and heal and fall and rise and never give up. Counting our blessings and healing our past. And if we by doing this can bring you something good, this is our purpose. For today.
Thank you everyone for letting me be valuable to you. For helping me grow and learn and live for today. Only for today.
Rest dear Alex, thank you for the goodness you brought us. ❤️ and link to podcast in my bio.🌈
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