I can’t recall was it The Last Song or The Vampires Diaries that said: eulogies aren’t for the dead to hear; they’re for comforting the living.
No matter how much pain you think or you’re truly in, there’s no greater pain than losing a person in your life that was supposed to be with you forever. If you love them, you wouldn’t harm yourself. Because the person you’re actually killing isn’t you; it’s them.
The blog I reposted had nothing to do with death but I was just reminded or prompted to write what I wrote because of her blog title.
I did a scary thing, a bold thing. But this piece is not about taking the plunge, it’s not about gathering the guts to leave your comfort zone, it is about what you experience and feel immediately after leaving your comfort zone.
I still experience bouts of fear, I still feel jittery and daunted.
This is for my fellow cliff jumpers, are you afraid too, even after the jump? Is it a bit like jumping off a cliff into the ocean and being submerged under the waves? You know that you will come up and swim, eventually, but for now the force of your jump has you under the rolling waves.
Well this is me, this is me saying that I am still scared, and if you are too, blink twice. We are learning together, are we not?
I am still daunted, still trembling in hope and fear, still learning…
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