In Death, Hope is Reborn

For every greatness that gets taken away; hope is born in the potential we can will to stay

Deaths occur to end the stories of greatness we’ve come to know, but it doesn’t have remain a sadness or loss. Reflecting on the greatness that was, we’re awakening the potential we can will to stay. What passes are examples of what we may want to be and knowing that it was done restores the faith that it can be achieved.

Emptiness is felt when we lose something, due to a dependence created. Am I truly lost without it? Do I not have the potential to do the same? If what they achieved is something I believe in, will I make it true for me? Loss of greatness impacts our lives and we decide what it means to us. The memories replay in our mind, a constant motivation to do our best.

How does holding on to what was make it last forever? Holding on can sustain the memory, but how do we wish for it to live on? Do I wish to sustain the loss, or do I wish to continue with its purpose? What can I be doing to keep it alive? Choose a perspective to keep greatness alive and act with belief. When one greatness ends, many more can be reborn.

Nobody wants to perceive death as a celebration because of the loss, but it is a celebration for the greatness lived. Reflection on what was inspires motivation for what can be. There is never just one who contributes to greatness, anyone can participate to make it live forever. Respect what was, celebrate what is and determine what is to become.

Embrace the cycle of life, respect loss and be inspired to help it live on. Greatness exists around us and we have the power to bring it to life. Be grateful for the greatness that was, believe in the greatness that can be and participate in a life full of greatness. We are all great and we contribute by being who we are.

Published by Astrid's Words

Astrid Hardjana-Large is an inspirational author who enjoys Life and adversity. She is motivated to share her inspiration from Life experiences and encourages readers to persevere on the journey of Life.

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