Losing someone is never easy. Never have been and never will be. You came to the world to gain a world, haven't you? Why were you picked to fall in the deep well of pain by losing someone? Don't you wish someone could give you a simple answer to that? Losing someone is gaining what: A perspective on life and living life? Do you remember signing up for that course? Suddenly a smile carries a heavy burden when you do. You look at others and you wish to save your tears for better things. Better things, it seems, can only be earned at the expense of other better things. Pain and suffering seem to always have the 'buy one get one free' tag on them.
Losing someone, someone who meant the world to you, can rip your world in two: you on one, the rest on the other side. Whether you believe it or not, even after losing someone irreplacable, there will always be one more person who'll love you endlessly and for who you are. It will take a while for you to accept that someone. But once you do, you can rip off that bandage from your heart.
Who's beside you right now, sharing your computer desk, or cooking in the kitchen, or playing in the backyard, or working extra hours so your lives can be a little better? We spend so much time apart these days, sweating blood and tears to make the future better only to find out the future can be taken from us without notice.
Happiness is attainable if you don't put a price on it. It doesn't take a lot to take time out to enjoy the moments you have together. It doesn't take much to make someone smile. It's always the little things that make you and I happy, wouldn't you agree?
You and I both know you can share one thing of yours that can make someone else very happy. Why aren't you? What are you waiting for?