Whenever I feel like talking to you, I talk to the stars. Feels like it’s been ages but also feels like it was just yesterday you were here with us. Thinking about it feels like it’s all a nightmare; like it’s a really bad dream. But there’s no escaping the reality, is there?

I’m not mad that you left. I’m mad because you didn’t give me a chance to say goodbye. So many words left unspoken. The fact that I didn’t get a chance to talk to you for one last time still haunts me.

Why did you have to leave so early? I find myself asking the same question again and again. So many things left undone; so many goals and dreams. Yet, your memories of the past are all that I’m left with.

Time didn’t heal my wound. It dint take away the suffering either. It just taught me how to live with all the pain. It made me accept the ugly truth and face the harsh reality. Your absence taught me a lot more than your presence ever could.You were truly special and a great friend. For that, I’m forever grateful.

To the person reading this, I want to say that you are lucky to be alive; lucky to be surrounded by your loved ones. Once in a while, it’s really important for you to express your feelings to the people around you.

Let them know what they really mean to you. Tell them that you love them. Hug them tight. Annoy them as much as you can. Be kind. Be grateful. Make memories.

Call your friends, text them; or even better, send them a handwritten letter. Tell them that they are special and important. Cause who knows, this might be all the time you have left together.

“Love them like there is no tomorrow”

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  1. We are indeed lucky to be alive. Covid 19 has taught us a lesson-to cherish and be grateful for what we have.So let’s be grateful and spread positivity like there’s no tomorrow!

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  2. I’m grateful that my Mom and my brother visited me after their deaths and my Mom has also intervened in my life in various ways to let me know she was still with me. But it’s true that you miss the physicality of a person, and it is also true that you don’t really understand or realize the depth of a person until they are gone.

    Thanks for following my blog and introducing me to yours!

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  3. its great to know that someone else is like me. I too love watching n talking to stars and moon.
    someone close left me too…… without saying anything ….without saying goodbye !!
    Time never heals. It teaches us how to live with it .

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    1. Thank you! 😀
      Its only been around 3 months since I’ve started blogging and I really don’t know much about your qs. I suggest you ask someone more experienced.
      Good luck! ❤


  4. This is so true! I lost my beautiful son when he was in a terrible school bus crash. For years I agonized over all the things I should have but didn’t say to him, all the hugs I missed giving him. All the phone calls I didn’t make during the time he lived with his father. I now take every opportunity to tell everyone how special they are and how much I love them.
    Thank you for posting. And thank you for stopping by and following my blog. I am honored to follow yours.

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  5. I write this with tears in my eyes, I Talk To The Stars, really moved me. Yes, saying goodbye to a loved one is a lesson we are not willing to learn. While I don’t talk to the stars, I believe in them, but the next time you look up at the blue sky and see a faint cloud formation that resembles a beautiful gown of feathers, that’s my mom.
    Beautiful post and thank you for visiting my site.

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    1. Thank you for the beautiful comment<3
      And yes, the next time we see a cloud resembling a gown, definitely remember that your mom is always watching over you and smiling all along. Take care! 🙂

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