This episode will deal with the way we deal with the death of a person that is younger than we are. Sometimes significantly younger than we are.
The way we deal with death often differs from one person to the next but there seems to be such an empty feeling that we get when having to cope with the death of someone that loses their life when they seemed to have so much promise with their future in front of them. Often it makes us question when our dying time will visit us and question the way age seems to have no bearing on the succession of life. How can this be?
It's not that a young life or younger life has any more value than an old life or older life but when we lose someone younger than we are that we may have mentored or possibly looked up to for whatever reason we sometimes wonder why they may have come into our lives and touched us the way that they did. Will we end up like them to someone who is older than us?
Consider these situations:
Parents whose children precede them in death.
The youngest sibling in a family being the St to pass.
The oldest sibling living the longest out of the rest of the siblings.
Losing a twin in cases where twins are involved.
Teachers may have to deal with students that die or are killed.
Aunts and uncles who lose nieces and nephews that they may have raised or looked at as their own.
This show will not be a sobbing session although sobbing is always permitted. This show will be a questioning session and hopefully an answering and healing session.
Come through and pour out a little cyber liquor for our fallen younger ones.
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